Planning Analyst in Menlo Park, CA at JLL

Date Posted: 4/10/2018

Job Snapshot

Job Description

Space Planning Analyst


Support the Workplace Planning team with maintaining building level re-stack plans as well as campus wide migration plans. Additional responsibilities include using the data collected to produce reports and visual outputs that highlight key areas for review and action by the Workplace Planning team. This role will report to the Workplace Portfolio Manager and will work closely with Planning Managers and Space Planners to ensure data accuracy and alignment of team moves activity.


Responsibilities

  • Develop process for tracking team moves across the Bay Area real estate portfolio at the building level detail.

  • Collecting information from various data sources, such as headcount data, existing seat and future seat capacity, in order to build a comprehensive view of current re-stacking plans.

  • Create reports and visuals that summarize the current portfolio migration plan and highlights any discrepancies or areas for further review by the team.

  • Work with the Workplace Planning Managers and Space Planners to ensure data integrity and move alignment across the real estate portfolio.

  • Participate in development and integration of data tracking tools to improve efficiency.


Requirements

  • A minimum of 2 years in Data Analysis or direct experience in an analytical role in Real Estate / Space Planning is preferred.

  • Proficient Microsoft Excel skills with strong attention to detail, excellent organization and communication skills.

  • Demonstrated ability to integrate and synthesize information from multiple data sources.

  • Experience with creating a collaborative headcount report that can be accessed or edited by multiple users at once.

  • Undergraduate degree in Business, a related field, or equivalent.



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