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Occupancy Space Planner 8/12/2016

Jones Lang Lasalle South San Francisco, CA

Company
Jones Lang Lasalle
Job Classification
Full Time
Company Ref #
42181BR
AJE Ref #
575860606
Location
South San Francisco, CA
Experience
Entry Level (0 - 2 years)
Job Type
Regular

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Position Title
Occupancy Space Planner

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42181BR

Job Description
Space Planner
The Space Planner is responsible for day-to-day interactions with customers on solving space and move requests, ensuring accuracy of space allocations and supporting the campus planning activities.

Responsibilities:

* Partner with Space Managers on:

* Scenario planning for space allocations

* Space modifications identification

* Presentations (programming, moves, etc.)

* Monitoring day-to-day space utilization

* Block planning

* Seat planning

* Support creation and analysis of job level eligibility and office/cube ratios

* Support creation of customers organizational structure documentation inclusive of FTE, Consultants, Interns, and Rotational staff.

* Input all group moves (greater than 10 people) and equipment moves into the database

* Coordinate day-to-day move requests and capture adjacencies (i.e., transfers, new hires, etc.).

* Partner with the Space Manager on space negotiations and resolutions between groups

* Conduct periodic walk-throughs to ensure information pertaining to validated department locations, individuals and configuration of spaces are accurate and update in ARCHIBUS system.

* Develop and submit Space and Customer Management checklist and related plans for all relocations as required based on complexity.

* Communication liaison between customer and service provider for the following items during GAP projects, post-move activity and/or on a day-to-day basis:

* Furniture key requests

* Comb device / badge access

* Signage departmental, individual and support spaces

* Workspace accessories in/out boxes, garbage bins, whiteboards etc

* Recycle/shredding bins, both before a move for purging and at move-in

* Storage, break room and mail room stocking/exiting

* Furniture requests

* Plants

* Participate in pre- and post-move walk-throughs to ensure space is per approved scope of work and communicate scope, timing and / or scope changes to customer.

* Develop and submit signage scope requirements.

* Coordinate and deliver office keys as part of the move process.

* Submit Remedy tickets for adding and removing conference rooms for calendar.

* Ensure any room changes are documented and submitted to the CAFM team.

* Ensure that the proper forms are submitted to the documentation group for floor plan updates (cubical and office lay outs).

* Manage allocation planning information into the ARCHIBUS system and ensure data is kept up to date on a weekly basis.

* Manage space contact information in the ARCHIBUS system.

Additional Tasks Performed

* Responsible for the identification of detailed customer space requirements and translation into solutions.

* Coordinate, track space activities and support the Space Managers for approximately 3,200 seats (capacity).

* Partner with Space Managers in customer communication inclusive of representation at customer, building decommissioning, move and project meetings.

* Coordinate with the Building Managers to ensure that all spaces campus-wide are clean, free of unwanted furniture and equipment, and well maintained.

* Capture and coordinate detailed program user requirements with customer groups.

Requirements:

* 1-2 years of experience in Construction Management, Facility Planning, Architecture or Interior Design.

* Ability to define problems, collects data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions.

* Exceptional written and verbal communication skills, including accurate grammar and business correspondence knowledge.

* Ability to successfully multitask and able to adjust tasks in accordance with changing deadlines and priorities.

* Organized, independent and self-motivated (entrepreneurial), enthusiastic, dependable, detail-oriented, flexible in scheduling and prioritization.

* Exceptional interpersonal skills to maintain positive internal and external relationship.

* Proficient in PowerPoint, Excel, Word, Adobe, ARCHIBUS and CAD experience a plus.

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