We are proud to be a company where apprentices are being trained.
Selene is in the second year of her apprenticeship and loves foreign languages, especially French and English. She has the opportunity to use her languages every day while speaking to our customers.
Like all of us, Selene has direct contact with customers, which she really enjoys.
In her free time, she likes to draw, plays bass guitar and can often be found at festivals and concerts.
Kiné is also in her second year. She has a talent for languages and even grew up bilingual.
She loves being able to help our customers, even with more complicated questions.
In her free time, she enjoys ballet dancing and spending time with her friends.
In addition to German, Jephta speaks very good English.
In his free time, he can often be found playing football, training juniors or at the athletics stadium.
Taylan has just finished his apprenticeship. He is frequently in touch with our customers and is pleased to chat with Turkish costumers on the phone, so that he can apply his mother tongue.
Taylan takes great interest in football, basketball and likes playing ping-pong.
He prefers a straight forward method of working to office hustle and bustle, and always keeps his cool.
Having finished her apprenticeship, she was setting out on an adventure. Anja has always known what she wants to do and now it’s time.
After spending some time honing her French skills in Geneva, this time she was travelling a bit further afield – to Hawaiiiii!
In addition to very good French, she now speaks excellent English.
Bryan has also finished his apprenticeship with us. But instead of Hawaii, military school was on the agenda for him...
He was completing his training in a French-speaking company. In addition to his second mother tongue of Italian, he now speaks perfect French...
Bryan spends his free time at the gym or playing sports.
Anna's business degree programme brought her to Switzerland. Since the beginning of 2018, she has been helping us out once or twice a week alongside her studies. As a result, she gains insight into the day-to-day activities of the company and supports both our Swiss and German customers.
Anna is usually in a good mood – but watch out: when she isn't studying or working, she's practising taekwondo...
Head of the Vienna office
When it comes to temporary apartments and flat shares, Julia is our expert in Vienna. She worked for the Odyssee agency for nearly 20 years.
After leaving that agency, she was unable to stay away from temporary housing, and we are thrilled that she decided to join our tempoFLAT team. Now she is helping spread the word about our portal tempoFLAT in Vienna.
Consultant - Head of apprenticeship training
Marisa was our very first apprentice and we're happy that she's still with us. She will soon be celebrating her 10-year anniversary at UMS.
She enjoys action – and not only within the office walls - Marisa is very athletic and played defence for the Swiss National League Group B for many years.
Consultant - Head of tempoFLAT.at
For Fabienne, people and their homes are always the number one priority. She enjoys the fact that no working day is the same and savors the personal contact with our customers.
Fabienne likes to spend her free time with her godchildren, going horseback riding and enjoying good food.
Consultant- Head of tempoFLAT.de
'You need to like people' – this sums up Anita’s work. With a background in the hotel industry, she is now bringing her people skills to our team and is passionate about bringing together the right providers and property-seekers.
She uses her knowledge of French and English with charming professionalism.
Head of operations
Tanja organises, advises, clarifies things and almost always finds a solution.
She is passionate about real estate and has always been fascinated by architecture.
On the rare occasions when Tanja can't be reached, she is travelling around the world and gaining experience as a sub-letter.
Daniel rejoined us in 2012 as partner and head of IT. He developed our first IT platform more than 20 years ago as an IT student.
Since then, he has worked as a developer, project manager and consultant for international firms, and as a result has on many occasions searched for a short let to call home.
Nik has founded UMS in 1992 during his studies of national economics.
He then worked for Coca-Cola as Head of Key Account Management before heading back home to UMS 10 years later.
And when he isn't working at UMS, he keeps his three boys busy or is it vice-versa?