Location: General Services Administration, Public Buildings Service, Atlanta, GA and New York City, NY.
Due to the urgency to fill this position, all applicants must be available to interview between September 3-27, 2019, or they will not be considered.
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The incumbent of this position serves as a Client Planning Manager (CPM), providing strategic advice, recommendations and solutions to and/or resolving complex issues for PBS clients, performing two sets of functions - strategic account management and requirements gathering.
As a Client Planning Manager you will be responsible for the following:
- Proactively develops relationships across client's National, Regional, and Field Organizations including operational and support units.
- Serves as a core member of the Client Delivery Team (CDT) and routinely coordinates with colleagues within the CDT to ensure full span of awareness of developing client issues which may evolve into projects and to gain broader insight into customer agency culture to better understand, develop and implement communication strategies with customers.
- Actively and routinely collaborates with liaisons and National, Regional and local PBS colleagues in understanding and applying changes in customer agency mission requirements to support short and long-range planning.
- Leads regional development of the Client Project Agreement (CPA) including expert knowledge of the client agency's space and operational needs beginning at least 36 months prior to assignment expiration or 60 months prior to expiration if a prospectus-level procurement.
- Serves as the agency's initial point of contact in the requirements development phase of a space action.
- Reviews the client’s initial requirements with the Projects Program Manager, Business Analyst, Building Manager or Lease Administration Manager, and the space management project team.
- Advises and collaborates with the client to modify initial project requirements, if necessary.
25% or less - Occasional
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