Property management firm Jones Lang LaSalle is taking on recruits for its transactional and service delivery operations.
"We have more than 160 vacancies and, in particular, are looking for 25 technicians," says Elsie Hui, HR director for North Asia.
Candidates for technician roles should have a bachelor's degree or diploma in building, mechanical, electrical, building services or facilities management plus at least five years' experience.
Knowledge of UPS systems and computer room air conditioning is also essential. Job holders will be responsible for providing comprehensive engineering and critical environment management services. They will also handle preventative maintenance with vendors, which will entail shifts, standby duty and weekend work when required.
New hires will have the opportunity to pick up technical knowledge and develop business skills in line with the organic growth of the company. Since there is consistently high demand for engineering services, job security and career prospects are good, Hui says.
"We value integrity, professionalism and teamwork," she adds. "New hires should also have strong interpersonal skills, resilience and a can-do attitude."
Hui says applicants should show a passion for the job and the firm. In a changing world, they must be ready to push for continuous improvement and want to deliver real value for clients.
"This is what helps the company maintain its leading position and provides a rewarding, enjoyable career for employees," Hui says.
A high level of written and spoken English and strong communication skills are necessary
Technicians will work on various operational and premises management projects in the Asia-Pacific region