Occupancy Planner in Beaverton, OR at JLL

Date Posted: 5/18/2018

Job Snapshot

  • Employee Type:
    Full-Time
  • Location:
    Beaverton, OR
  • Job Type:
    Other
  • Experience:
    Not Specified
  • Date Posted:
    5/18/2018

Job Description

What does this job involve?

Being in the forefront
As an Occupancy Planner, you’ll be assisting with the development of migration plans and sequencing of group-level and individual moves as well as facilitating and/or resolving planning issues identified in the customer planning meetings. You will ensure that planning is aligned with corporate guidelines, and that all scenarios maximize use of space.  You'll recommend, educate, and enforce space policies/standards, procedures and protocols and notify your client of customer requested exceptions. Our OP will assist in developing site-specific Planning Strategies with Senior Leadership.

Having the know-how
You’ll need to have great knowledge in workplace design and/or corporate real estate. In this role, you will prepare and update project status reports on actual seat demand versus projected seat demand at the building level. You’ll also report the current supply and capacity, and forecasts inventory changes as required. You’ll be charged with assembling, updating and reporting the top-down and bottoms-up seat count projections collected at the group-level for an annual planning horizon. You’ll work with the client to reconcile discrepancies with top-down projections as well as track and report actual seat demand at the group level. 

Being a trailblazer and breaking new ground
To be successful in this role, you should be able to ensure accurate reporting of information and foster critical relationships between various individuals and organizations. Communication channels will exist with:

  • The Move Coordination team to review and approve moves, develop migration plan and conduct facility audits
  • Business Unit leadership to collect headcount forecasts, resolve headcount forecast discrepancies between leadership’s numbers and those collected at the group-level;
  • The Corporate Finance group to gather Top-Down projections
  • Corporate Real Estate to review and resolve planning forecasts, needs, concerns, and issues;
  • Project and Facilities management teams to review stacking strategies and to provide workload forecast related to project moves that are planned to occur based on occupancy plans/strategy.
  • Other Occupancy Planners to ensure cross campus/portfolio strategy plans are developed.

 
Sound like you? Before you apply, it’s also worth knowing what we’re looking for:
Smart
A Bachelor's Degree in Architecture, Construction Management, Design or related field is required; along with a minimum of 3 – 5 years of experience in a corporate environment.  Previous experience in space/occupancy planning at a strategic level, plus experience with interior office renovations is highly desirable.

Dynamic and Highly Skilled
You’ll need to be dynamic and technologically savvy and utilize software to support planning solutions and communicate ideas clearly with planning team and lines of businesses. You will be successful if you have advanced skills in Microsoft Excel (pivot table, vlookup, cell calculations), and AutoCAD (basic test-fits and square foot calculations). Proficiency in Microsoft Office suite and the ability to consolidate data and floor plans into PowerPoint for presentations to client and lines of business is highly valued. You’ll be effective in your role by learning to ask the right questions to understand the underlying needs of our clients. You’ll discover how to be proactive and innovative with solutions for your stakeholders. 

Organized, Open and Flexible
Excellent communication skills are important – both written and spoken – and we’ll expect you to work independently, multi-task, and manage your time to meet deadlines. You keep on top of things as you’ll often need to reorganize your time day to day, to deal with your team’s changing necessities and requests. An individual with strong interpersonal skills with an ability to interact with executive level external and internal clients will successful in the role. Most importantly, you’ll want to work as part of a diverse supportive and talented team.



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