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​Current Responsibilities
Mr. Joosten is the Executive Vice President and National Leader for the Project and Development Services (PDS) group of JLL Canada. In this capacity, Mr. Joosten is responsible for establishing and executing on the strategic direction of the business.  

Mr. Joosten is also the Chief Operating Officer within the global practice with responsibility for ensuring that the Canadian operations is consistent with the corporate direction resulting in similar processes and results across the world.  He has profit and loss responsibility for the unit and is responsible for driving the strategy and growth of the organization. He also has responsibility for business development, relationship management for the firm’s clients seeking project management services, and ensures that the firm’s clients receive outstanding performance from the organization.  Mr. Joosten is recognized for his ability to deliver successful projects for clients through strong leadership while building strategic partnerships.

Mr. Joosten is a seasoned project leader with over 15 years of experience advancing a variety of complex infrastructure redevelopment projects including healthcare and mission critical facilities.  He has been a leader within projects totaling over $1.5B in all areas of a project continuum. He has particular expertise in executing and providing leadership for Public Private Partnerships (P3) projects including Board/Investor oversight, Constructability Reviews, Peer Review evaluations and Operational Commencement.  He employs his full knowledge of planning, design, construction, operational readiness, facilities management, life cycle evaluation, and his understanding of functional needs and client objectives ensuring project requirements are delivered consistently.

More specifically Mr. Joosten was the Chief Executive Officer for one of the Federal Governments largest Accommodation Project, RCMP ‘E’ Division Headquarters, within a Public Private Partnerships (P3) procurement model.

Education and Affiliations
Richard Ivey School of Business, Ivey Leadership Program
University of Toronto – Effective Project Management