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Architect/Planner II
Ref No.: 18-15235
Location: South San Francisco, California
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. The space planner will have a specific focus area on laboratory planning, including laboratory business processes, laboratory space design and utilization and laboratory equipment. 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 for space assignments, including distribution between laboratory work areas, office/cube ratios and areas and shared team amenities Support creation of customers organizational structure documentation inclusive of FTE, Consultants, Interns, and Rotational staff Assist with assessing current laboratory and production area space and building standards and developing recommendations for enhancing lab areas (refresh and new projects) Input all group moves (greater than 10 people) and equipment moves into the gMove system Coordinate day-to-day move requests and capture adjacencies (ie. 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 Development and submission of 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 (initial project concepts, design and activation), 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 / Furniture standards application 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 Ensure any room changes are documented and submitted to the CAFM team Ensure that GDO's are submitted to the documentation group for floor plan updates (cubical and office Client 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

Experience in laboratory planning (space design, equipment) or laboratory management in a role responsible for overseeing / providing input on lab design, operations or facility requirements a strong preference. 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 1-2 years of experience in Construction Management, Facility Planning, Architecture or Interior Design a plus

Bachelor's Degree – Preferred Fields: Architecture, Engineering, Interior Design, Project Management, Construction Management, Business Management, Life Sciences / Research, Strategic Planning, Project Planning, Facilities Management