Cumming

  • Move Management Coordinator

    Location US-CA-Los Angeles
    Posted Date 1 month ago(12/10/2018 11:18 AM)
    Category
    Project Management/Program Management
    ID
    2018-3245
  • Overview

    At Cumming Corporation, you will work on some of the world's most exciting projects in a dynamic environment where your success is measured by the impact you make. We are one of the fastest growing Project and Cost Management Consultancies in America. We’re ranked in the ENR Top 20 and with over 25 offices globally, an extremely diverse project portfolio, and double digit year to year revenue growth, the opportunities to make your mark are endless!

     

    We are currently looking for a Move Management Coordinator to be located in the Southwest region of Los Angeles County. This position will have you support large department moves within an educational institution. The Education team is a prime consultant to several school districts in the country and provides services to K-12 as well as higher education institutions nationally. You will be teaming with project, program, and client leadership to provide premier educational facilities for our nation’s youth and adults seeking to better themselves through learning.

     

     

    Responsibilities

    • Work with the client representatives, project architects (A/E) team, and Building User Groups to identify project scope, budget, schedule, and FF&E requirements.
    • Assist with coordination and scheduling for department moves.
    • Coordinate with A/E team and/or school district personnel to assess and identify whether existing furniture and equipment will be relocated and reused.
    • Furniture/Equipment/Relocation Project Management Services with emphasis in FF&E selection, procurement coordination and purchasing for all areas as identified to provide the FF&E and move-in/relocations management services.
    • Coordinate with Procurement to manage the purchasing of all FF&E using best-value and/or low bid public contracting.
    • Attend weekly project meetings to work with project team including Project Architects (A/E), Project Managers, and contractors to ensure the preparation of accurate FF&E specification and furniture layouts.  
    • Ensure timely and successful FF&E delivery, installation and punch-list sign-off and transition during swing space, relocation and/or move-in projects.
    • Coordinate all FF&E deliveries, path of travel and parking with PMs, district personnel, contractors, and Facility Directors. Work closely with Asset Management Team to coordinate all asset tagging of new FF&E and disposition of surplus FF&E prior to demolition/renovation of existing buildings.
    • Maintain all FF&E, move management, moving and storage related documents, including proposals, purchase orders, packing slips, time cards, shipping documents, freight bills, and invoices and submit to the CPT in written form.

    Qualifications

    • 2+ years of project management related experience in Move/Relocation Management, Project Management, Interior Design, Facilities Management, or Coordination/Procurement of Furniture, Fixture and Equipment.
    • Bachelor's degree in the areas of Architecture, Interior Architecture, Interior Design, Construction/Project Management, Facilities Management or related area required.
    • Procurement, sourcing or asset management experience preferred.
    • Ability to read architectural and furniture drawings.
    • Knowledge of furniture and equipment specifications and procurement.
    • Strong written and oral communication, organizational, and interpersonal skills.
    • Attention to detail.
    • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment.
    • Proficiency in Microsoft Office software.
    • Public Works experience.

     

    Have more questions? Chat with a Recruiter on our careers website! It takes 5 minutes to apply to this job and we will provide feedback within 5 days.  

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    CUMMING is fully committed to Equal Employment Opportunity and to attracting, retaining, developing and promoting the most qualified Team Members without regard to their race, gender, color, religion, sexual orientation, national origin, age, physical or mental disability, citizenship status, veteran status, or any other characteristic prohibited by state or local law.

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