Mid-level industry position
Space Management / Interior Designer
Our People & Places Solutions business – reinforces our drive to improve the lives of people everywhere and epitomizes the "why" of what we do – the tremendous positive impact and value our solutions bring to our communities and society as a whole. From facilities delivering life-saving therapies and ensuring clean water to enabling the connection of people through all modes of transportation and providing access to technology – we're integrating a multitude of these solution elements to build the smart environments of tomorrow.
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The Space Management / Interior Designer will provide on-site assistance with interior design, space management and furniture planning/procurement requirements.
Serve as liaison on any furniture related issues.
Support and execute projects for multiple tenant organizations.
Follow Program guidelines for project execution and development and organization of drawings.
Assist in the development of the furniture spend plan for the upcoming fiscal year.
Negotiate critical and possible controversial issues with a multi- disciplined team of architects, engineers and federal agency clients.
Track all furniture projects weekly for accountability, through software such as MS Access (Project Connect).
Maintain knowledge on recent versions of the International Building Code and Commentary (IBC) and the Uniform Federal Accessibility Standards (UFAS).
Exhibit good customer service skills and be a cooperative team player.
Serve as Project manager for the removal of existing furniture and equipment by preparing GSA Xcess paperwork and coordinating with charities to donate approved furnishings.
During Project Execution:
Survey space, equipment work flow, required adjacencies, communication and organizational requirements.
Field verify and draw floor plans on AutoCAD following Client templates, including: demolition, power/voice/data locations or other critical items, furniture layout, specifications and notes.
Ensure that the specifications comply with all Program policies.
Confirm requirements with end-users and obtain all required approvals.
Develop FF&E packages for procurement (SOW, Drawings, IGCE cost estimates, specification sheets, justifications, etc.).
Analyze and evaluate vendor quotations and recommend award of contracts.
Copy, distribute and perform administrative duties on projects, including storage of electronic and hard copy files. Track progress with Client and GSA Contracting Officers.
Initiate work orders through the Client system and provide onsite supervision during execution.
Coordinate and guide furniture vendors throughout projects, facilitate site verification and field measurements with general contractors.
Prepare and coordinate security access forms and paperwork for escort approval.
Coordinate installation with: Furniture Vendors or other contractors and installers, electrical contractors, Electronics Technicians, data cabling contractors, IT staff for computer installations, Facilities Services team for site preparation, and/or general contractor’s subcontractors for any other issues.
On installation day, perform the following services: inspect and verify installation is in accordance with plan dimensions, perform QC/QA on installed components, provide written documentation on any damaged items and coordinate the corrections. Initiate and complete the correction of any conditions which may adversely affect the completion of the project on schedule and within budget.
Candidate must be capable of multi-tasking.
Coordinate the repair and warranty items on previously installed jobs.
Facilitate the resolution of any post-occupancy issues.
Provide support to customers for their purchases through Furniture Vendors, verifying product specified complies with customer requirements and discount is applied.
Advise customers on standard specification of furnishings for potential projects and purchases.
Review and approve the application for payment from vendors through GSA and client contracting officers and Limited Warrant Holders.
Miscellaneous services will require proficiency in the use of Microsoft’s Office Suite, to include: Word, Excel, Power Point, Project software tools, as well as AutoCAD.
Assist in the development of reports and studies.
Prepare finish selections and prepare presentation boards.