Great team, work well with all trades. Office building, no Data Center
Maintenance Electrician (Former Employee) – Herndon, VA – June 15, 2015
3 days a week concentrate on the PM's for the month, which include panel boards, transformers, combo starter/disc switch, MCC buckets, F/NFSS, transfer switches. Voltages from 480/277 to 208/120V 3 phase systems. Answer any client calls on electrical, power out, lights out, elevator issues. Work with the building engineers on any electrical needs in the penthouse for the chillers, cooling towers, air compressors, etc. Escort outside contractors throughout the building to make repairs or for project work. Monthly test transfer switches and generators, quarterly test the 1.75KW generator with the PLC controlled switchgear for proper operation. Lighting rounds throughout the building on a weekly basis. Order light bulbs, parts, obtain material list for projects. Learned about EV Car chargers, installed 1 on site, obtained quotes to purchase more to be installed.
Paid 1/2 hour lunch
Sodexo took over the contract as of March 1, 2015.
Accountant (Former Employee) – Royal Oak, MI – May 18, 2017
First job in finance. We worked in accounts payable. The responsibilities were very typical, processing invoices, managing property taxes, etc. The job was based on maintaining an account with a client, which ended after 18 months at which point we were offered other jobs within the company or had to find employment elsewhere.
Associate Accountant (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – May 15, 2017
This company could be really awarding however management can do better developing new employees. The workplace environment is relaxed however during certain times work can be overwhelming if expectations aren't communicated and responsibilities and timelines aren't explained.
If on the account side it's all dependent on which account you are on and who your manager is. If you get the wrong manager, your career at JLL could be dead in the water no mater how effective you are. if you get a client who despises the outsourcing model, your career at JLL could be dead in the water as management puts it back on you and not themselves to improve the relationship and conditions.
Overall, JLL has a lot of great tools, opportunities and benefits, however, half of your job consists of data tracking and the clients rarely see that as a function they are paying for so you end up working 1.5 to 2 times as much to perform your job and meet your JLL KPI criteria.
Benefits, Resources available
major responsibility is data metics-not delivering projects, expendable
Data Analyst (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – May 1, 2017
A competitive but socially interactive environment. Work hard, put in the time and effort to constantly be learning new things because if you're busy chatting, somebody else is busy working. Do that and you'll do well here.