Realize your goals and aspirations – as a proud global company with worldwide reach, a broad diversity of businesses, and sustained growth, DTZ offers you unique opportunities to apply your skills and experience.
As an industry leader, DTZ recognizes that our success depends on being a great employer. When you are part of the DTZ team, you are one of our most important assets.
Ensuring our employees remain motivated, challenged, safe and able to reach their full potential is a commitment we take seriously. That’s why we offer a range of benefits that are designed to be both flexible and rewarding, along with a variety of innovative and relevant learning and development opportunities.
Our various operations are organized to deliver the greatest possible focus on clients and their needs, and to exploit and harness the company’s far-reaching and shared resources in the best possible way.
We are 24,000 people, have offices across the globe and sell our services across 52 countries.
We offer opportunities for skilled and engaged people in a variety of disciplines.
Whether we are talking about agency leasing, facilities management, or real estate consulting, DTZ builds enduring relationships and touches many people’s everyday lives. Our integrated property solutions contribute to shaping societies all over the world and creating a safer and more successful future for our people and our clients.
Our vast knowledge and industry leading experience means we can offer our clients tailored solutions to their specific needs.
Our fully integrated teams are quick to respond to the constantly evolving needs of the marketplace by focusing on the delivery of the following service offerings for Investor, Occupier and Investment clients:
These services are delivered by a diverse global team working across multiple sectors and industries.
We provide industry leading, end-to-end solutions designed to meet the exacting needs of our clients. In addition, our award winning research and consulting services provide our clients and our people with global and local market knowledge to ensure they make the best long-term decisions for their continuous success far into the future.
Joining and staying with DTZ might be your best long-term career move.
Our people come from a variety of academic and professional backgrounds including corporate real estate, facilities management, engineering, project management, technology, finance, legal, marketing and human resources.
DTZ offers the opportunity to develop diverse expertise, gain broad, cross-industry experience and work for a truly diverse global company.
DTZ has just gone through a major change. Join us to be part of it.
Our Vision and Values embody our overarching strategic objectives and our unique culture which underpins the delivery of this vision.
To deliver industry-leading advisory, brokerage and management solutions worldwide to meet and exceed the exacting requirements of occupiers, developers, owners and investors, wherever our clients need us to be.
DTZ’s solid values reflect our company’s strengths and priorities, demonstrated in everything we do, every day.
We commit to exceed expectations.
We succeed when our clients do.
We do the right thing – no exceptions.
We value teamwork.
Great company, great energy, great people. Best years of my career.
The company has merged with DTZ then Cushman& Wakefield and has a very different culture now.
Advice to Management
Try to retain the cultural aspects that made Cassidy Turley so special.
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Cassidy Turley (San Jose, CA) in March 2015.
Phone screen was fine. 1st interview was just a meet and greet, general fit sort of thing. Then back for the 2nd one - Unorganized, no one I was interviewing with knew I was even coming that morning - they passed me around for 4 and a half hours, then I was to meet the Sr. person. No lunch, no bathroom break. I went into their office and that was interrupted by a phone call. I found them to be one of the only decent people there. I later found out their upper Mgmt wear masks. The phone contact was Sweet As PIE while trying to get me on board - but when I declined their pathetic offer that they wouldn't BUDGE on, she turned sour.
Reasons for Declining
They are unwilling to negotiate. Not even a 'may I ask why?' when I told them I was not going to be able to accept their offer. It was like I'd called her mother a streetwalker. They expect you to be professional and pleasant - but it's a do as I say, not as I do. The merger between the companies is going to make their employee's lives miserable - it's plain to see. They are all about bottom line nickel and dime issues from what I could see. Low Salary, perqs not in line with Silicon Valley and moral in he office was like everyone was afraid to speak. Glad I ran when I did. Might be a good place to get your foot in the door, but be careful they don't try to slam it on you.