Lending Club (NYSE: LC) opened in 2007 with one simple mission: create a more efficient, transparent and customer-friendly alternative to the traditional banking system that offers creditworthy borrowers lower interest rates and investors better returns. Today, we're the world's largest online credit marketplace, and we're radically changing the way lending operates. We're proud of the recognition we've received, including being named a World Economic Forum Technology Pioneer, a CNBC Disruptor 50, and one of The World's 10 Most Innovative Companies in Finance by Fast Company. We're conveniently located in downtown San Francisco, California.
Occupancy Planner Overview
Lending Club is a rapidly growing company that places a high value on providing workplaces that our employees value. To that end, a high priority is placed on ensuring all spaces are ready for use at all times. In addition to standard office space, the Lending Club San Francisco office space includes a golf course and a spa, and multiple collaboration cafés. This position reports into the Director for Planning, Projects, and Construction. The Occupancy Planner, has frequent interactions with all our business units, planning with them for their space needs. As the Occupancy Planner for Lending Club you will be responsible for the following in this role:
- Establish & maintain relationships with various internal lines of businesses to understand their space requirements and the impacts to the CRE (Corporate Real Estate) portfolio. Develop space and/or MAC (moves, adds, change) solutions to address business partner's occupancy/relocation requests/requirements and ensure they are in alignment with CRE real estate portfolio strategy.
- Coordinate with CAFM Lead to provide updated information related to space occupancy/vacancies in a timely manner, ensuring database is accurate at all times.
- Facilitate the weekly space planning & move meeting with the MAC team to report on occupancy issues, upcoming moves, opportunities and potential solutions.
- Respond to space related work requests (JIRA tickets) in timely manner, help business partners to understand how to engage with the team so that we can successfully execute moves. Recommend client scope adjustments as needed to meet client milestones.
- Plan and schedule group moves and moves with special requirements. Coordinate with appropriate groups/ managers, immediate team members and move team. Prepare move documentation for the move team in a timely manner and ensure the move team has all information for a successful move. Be on site at the start of each move to ensure move is organized and running smoothly.
- Ensure all new hires have an assigned desk on their first day of business by reaching out to the manager the week prior to identify a seat. Make sure new hires receive a name card for their desk.
Knowledge and Experience:
- 2-4 years of space planning, occupancy planning or project management experience in a corporate environment.
- Bachelor's Degree preferably in Interior Design, Project Management or related field.
- Proficient in the use of AutoCAD and CAFM software (FM systems preferably), Excel, Power Point and Word.
- Excellent interpersonal skills with demonstrated ability to communicate effectively both written and orally.
- Excellent negotiating & listening skills, with proficiency in change management and conflict resolution skills.
- Demonstrated strong analytical skills and the ability to develop conclusions and recommendations.
- Collaborative, willing to roll up sleeves, able to think and work effectively with all levels of people within the company
- Ability to handle concurrent projects with varying deadlines and quantities of stakeholders.
See Inside the Office of LendingClub
Lending Club (NYSE: LC) is the world’s largest online credit marketplace, connecting borrowers and investors. Lending Club uses technology to lower costs, passing the savings on to borrowers in the form of lower rates—and to investors in the form of solid returns. The market leader by a wide margin, Lending Club has helped more than a million Americans achieve their financial goals to date.
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