Full Time 40 hours Grade 053 Space & Strategic Plng Med Ctr Schedule 8 AM-5 PM Responsibilities Overview: The Space Planner is responsible for day-to-day interactions with Asst. Directors and Sr. Space planners on solving space and move requests, ensuring accuracy of space allocations and supporting the campus planning activities. Responsibilities Partner with the Sr. Space Planners/Asst. Directors on space negotiations and resolutions between groups; tracking space requests Assist Sr. Space Planners/Asst. Directors with developing space programs, test fits and preliminary room/furniture layouts Responsible for the identification of detailed customer space requirements and translation into solutions 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 Assist in coordination of move process with project managers, IT, Lock & Signage Shop etc. Ensure any room changes are documented and submitted for update in URS pace Conduct periodic walk-throughs to ensure information pertaining to validated department locations, individuals and configuration of spaces are accurate and update in URS pace system Coordinate, track space activities and support the Sr Space Planners/Asst. Directors Partner with Sr Space Planners/ Asst. Directors in customer communication inclusive of representation at customer, building decommissioning, move and project meetings Capture and coordinate detailed program user requirements with customer groups Develop space management, project management, and relocation checklists and standards Develop content for Department of Space Planning Website Partner with Directors and Sr Space Planners 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 Manage, enter data, create reports from the Space Request Database Update and analyze data in URSpace (space information system) Qualifications: Associates Degree in Building Construction or similar discipline and 5 years of construction experience with architect, engineer or contractor; or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Prefer Bachelorâ™s Degree in Interior Design or Architecture with minimum of 1 year of experience in Facility Planning, Architecture, Interior Design or Planning. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: 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, 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, and CAD experience, a plus
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