The Estee Lauder Companies Facilities Project Manager in New York, New York

Facilities Project Manager

Brand: Estée Lauder Companies Corporate Departments

Description

Facilities

Management team provides strategic guidance, promote best practices and

oversight in the planning, design and construction of all global ELC corporate

offices, Brand headquarters, training centers and educational institutes,

Research and Development laboratories.

The FM

team’s responsibilities range from the development of workplace programming, in

collaborate with Corporate Real Estate in the development of real estate

business case and site selection, technical lease review, project team

creation, design and construction management services, and post construction

services of all new construction and renovation projects. Throughout this

process, the FM is responsible for managing the following stakeholders:

Building Services, Purchasing, GIS, Global Security, Indirect Procurement,

Corporate Real Estate, Legal, Art Curators, EAS, Brands and Functional leaders,

among others, on specific technical guidelines, budgets, timelines and

execution.

Position Summary Description:

The Project

Manager will support the Facilities Management team on all phases of the

project, from pre-lease design activities, design phase, construction, and

post-move project closeout. Regular interface with various ELC Stakeholders

(clients), ELC corporate department partners, building landlords and/or

management teams, and external consultants and vendors throughout the project

timeline.

Responsibilities:

  • Interface with ELC business leaders for projectdefinition and requirements

  • Program development by translating businessrequirements for space calculations and design criteria

  • Pre-lease site and building technical analysisincluding review of applicable local codes, building infrastructure, lifesafety, building quality and services, etc.

  • Create schematic blocking, planning diagrams and“Test Fit” floor layouts

  • Develop pre-design overall project budget costestimates for submittal of Acquisition Requests to Finance

  • Develop overall project timeline projections

  • Design team selection, RFP and contractmanagement

  • Prepare and/or review the development of designand construction contract documents with design team

  • FF&E review and coordination with ELCPurchasing and external suppliers

  • Technical review and coordination with ELC GIS,Global Security and external suppliers

  • Interface with leased building landlords onconstruction activities as needed.

  • Coordination with ELC Building Services team onemployee move activities.

  • Review and approve project related invoicing.

  • Track project spending and delivery schedule.

  • Follow up to project completion includingBuilding Department inspections and approvals, finance closeout, TenantImprovement Allowance applications etc.

  • Support Director, Facilities Management

Qualifications

Qualifications:

  • Education: Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture,Interior Design or (MEP) Engineering

  • Experience: 10 years’ professional experiencein project management with focus on commercial architectural interiors projects

  • Experience with LEED, WELL and/or othergreen/environmental sustainability initiatives.

  • Must be proficient in Revit 2017, AutoCAD 2016,Photoshop, Illustrator, Microsoft Office Suite & Projects

  • Must have strong organizational skills andfocus, and ability to work and manage multiple projects.

  • Must have good interpersonal communicationsskills, and experience in dealing directly with senior level or executivepositions.

  • Must have good design and planningsensibilities, production and technical skills.

  • Must have strong interest in commercialinteriors and construction.

  • Able to function in a corporate environment witha strong work ethic.

Job: Security / Facilities / Maintenance

Primary Location: Americas-US-NY-New York

Job Type: Standard

Schedule: Full-time

Shift: 1st (Day) Shift

We are an equal opportunity employer. Minorities, women, veterans, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply. Job Number: 185181