Workplace Space Planner

Space Planners are part of the Global Workplace team. You will be focusing on strategic space planning for headquarters and our global offices. In addition, you will have the opportunity to work with the team on several new build-outs. This position interacts with all departments and reports to the Workplace Development Manager.

What you'll do:

  • Provide strategic space planning, data mining/analysis, reporting and interpretation of space planning metrics to provide recommendations and proposed solutions for company's occupancy needs
  • Meet with internal teams to discuss current and future space requirements. Perform scenario analysis and provide what-if scenarios for future space requirements at multiple building locations
  • Create and provide utilization studies on all buildings. Analyze existing space and provide suggestions for future builds
  • Lead internal and external move vendor teams
  • Develop internal MAC, space programs and initiatives
  • Conduct surveys following floor openings and moves, analyzing data for continual process improvements
  • Maintain current data and space utilization records
  • Manage CapEx projects

What we're looking for:

  • 5 - 7 years of experience in Space and Strategic Move Management
  • Proficiency in AUTOCAD and CAFM
  • Experience with implementation of business and architectural standards
  • Understanding of basic building codes and spatial programming relationships
  • Ability to problem solve based on historical data and logic
  • Exceptional written and verbal communication skills
  • Ability to simultaneously manage multiple projects while making a day-to-day impact

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