December’s spotlight article is focused on Senthuran Mathieyaparam, who is one of our Aviation Security Supervisors at Pearson International Airport.
He started in 2015 as a casual security guard and was noticed as a leader during his first year on the job. In late 2015, he moved to a full-time Terminal Patrol guard position, where he really got to focus on his customer service abilities and was able to develop his leadership skills as the experience progressed.
During 2016, Senthuran’s Manager, Garinder Grewal, noticed his drive and ambition so much that he knew he had to promote him once again to a full time night Terminal Supervisor. Not only has Senthuran bloomed in the supervisory roles, but he was trained and moved into a back- up Service Delivery Manager role in 2017 to assist during Noman Butt’s absence.
Senthuran took pride in this position and gave it everything he had. He was also trained in the Resource Planning department to help the team fully utilize the casual pool of guards that Senthuran has been developing relationships with for so long.
Senthuran aspires to become a Security Manager; I strongly feel he is not far off from that feat as he continues to set and achieve goals throughout his ASP career. In December 2018, he was recognized for his supervisory achievements by receiving the Supervisor of the Year Award for Pearson Airport.
Keep up the hard work, Senthuran, the sky’s the limit!