Building Engineer (Current Employee) – Boston, MA – 7 February 2014
• Check on the operating systems of a 160,000 Sq Ft building including, EMS, AHU’s, Heat Pumps, Roof top Fan units, Switch Gear, Life Safety, Lighting, trash collection • Daily walk of entire property portfolio made professional assessments of discoveries • Worked with a quarterly and yearly budget • Oversaw building from Landscaping to running the Metasys EMS system installed through Howse running Johnson Controls • Took bids from contractors to have major work projects completed • Oversaw multiple contractors working on different projects at the same time • Worked with multiple inspectors for permitting purposes • Daily walk of entire property portfolio made professional assessments of discoveries • Meet with leasing agents to show potential space • Oversaw security crews • Responded to tenants needs and concerns through Building Engines Software program • Controlled the DSX software card access systems • Plumbing • Electrical • Elevators • Parking garages • On call weekend and nights • Responded to alarm calls, assisting with the fire and police departments
Director of Operations (Former Employee) – Montréal, QC – 31 October 2016
Cushman is a great place to work. I learned that people need to be coached differently in order to be productive. My co-workers and subordinates were a pleasure to work with. Hardest part of the job was downsizing and letting good people down with dignity and honor. The most enjoyable part of the job was annual budgeting and making sure to go under budget while hitting revenue projections.
Payroll Clerk (Contract) (Former Employee) – Markham, ON – 10 November 2016
Cushman & Wakefield a really good place to work. Even though it is your typical 9 to 5, Monday to Friday job it was a very nice workplace. I enjoyed the fact that even though I was in charge of a specific task, I found that not everyday was the same, there was always something new or different which make it interesting. In terms of culture and co-workers, even though I didn't talk to a lot of them they were nice and I really felt invited. If I would have the chance to work for them again I will gladly do it.
Business Analyst for National Research Canada (Current Employee) – Downtown Toronto, ON – 10 July 2015
I'm kept pretty busy in my role but my co-workers across the country are nice and supportive, management is fair and considerate. The hardest part of the job is coordinating with personnel outside of Canada who have different priorities.
Sales Representative (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 12 December 2014
There are no typical days, every day has new challenges and unforeseen obstacles. I have learned how to manage client accounts in a personable but authoritative way to ensure successful results. I enjoy my co-workers and we have established a good balance between hard work and socializing. The hardest part of the job is that it's commission based and the part I enjoy the most is interacting with clients and all the different types of people I get to meet.