Brookfield Office Properties (BPO) owns and manages premier office properties in supply constrained markets across North America, UK and Australia. The quality and location of Brookfield’s landmark office properties attracts the best, most successful organizations across North America, UK and Australia. In Canada, we have properties in three main cities - Toronto, Ottawa and Calgary. Brookfield Office Properties (BPO) is committed to outstanding customer service which is supported by extensive training and proactive recruitment practices, enthusiastically embraced by the entire Brookfield team. BPO is looking for an Assistant Building Operator to join us at our 2 Queens location.
The Assistant Building Operator provides the tenants of 2 Queen with a high level of customer service in the completion of tenant requests. This position will support, assist and ensure the preservation and maintenance of the base building equipment and systems. The main aim of the role will be to meet expected building performance, alleviate unnecessary and unscheduled breakdowns, and maintain tenant comfort.
SERVICE / PERSONAL SKILLS:
A large portion of time in this position will be spent servicing tenant requests, following up on day to day tasks and monitoring contractors work. The daily interaction with customers’ requires an individual with a keen interest in service orientation portrayed by empathy and courtesy in all customer interactions. Strong communication, interpersonal and organizational skills are required to be successful in this role. Brookfield’s level of service further requires the communication of a sincere desire to contribute to customer satisfaction by taking personal responsibility to resolve their concerns.
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We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those selected for pre-screening will be contacted.
Brookfield is committed to accommodating the individual needs of all applicants with disabilities during the recruitment and selection process as required under the Ontario Human Rights Code and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act.