Consultant - Workplace
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London - England - United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
The Team
Sitting within the Consultancy arm of the business, CBRE Workplace is an industry-leading practice of Workplace professionals spread across the globe. We work together to innovate, share best practices and collaboratively develop new ways of thinking to deliver the best solutions for our clients.
We believe in the power of diversity and proactively seek team members from a variety of professional and cultural backgrounds. Our team of consultants consists of Strategists, Change Managers, Architects, Designers and Data Analysts and is the largest of its kind. From people who were once PR specialists to those who were once practising psychologists, we are very proud of our technical diversity, multicultural background, and inclusive culture. Together, our goal is to unlock the potential of our clients real estate to inspire innovation, drive organisational performance and create competitive advantage.
We encourage hybrid work patterns that best support the needs of our clients, teams, and colleagues. When not working remotely or visiting clients, we are based in our brand-new HQ Henrietta House in central London, which is moments from Bond Street and boasts state of the art amenities including gym and wellness facilities.
Client Info 
The Workplace Consultant role is client-based, working within the Workplace team of one of our largest technology sector clients.  Reporting into the CBRE Workplace Change Management Lead, the role supports the delivery of their Change Management Programme across EMEA.
Whilst the client-related activities are predominately virtual, with infrequent travel to the clients HQ in West London, the role will adopt a hybrid working pattern and is based at our London HQ, Henrietta House, in central London.
Key client activities include, but are not limited to
Support development of project specific client engagement and communication plans
Support delivery of client facing change management and communication activities, including workshops and townhalls
Create presentations, communications and other client-facing materials
Manage/update project/community intranet sites
Status reporting of projects and programmes
Role Purpose 
The Workplace Consultant will provide essential support to the wider workplace team; with the opportunity to be involved in workplace strategy and workplace change projects of all sizes.   
The ideal person would bring a sense of energy with a keen ambition to learn more about workplace and the built environment.  The role is varied in its nature and provides the chance to learn about Real Estate through working on live client projects across the UK.  Every day is different, and this opportunity will include a mix of supporting face-to-face client delivery as part of a larger team, creating content and material for our key projects and providing operational support to the team. 
Key Responsibilities 
Supporting workplace projects; including but not exclusive to workplace change and engagement, strategy projects 
Creating material for key client projects; with regular use of all Microsoft packages  
Attending client workshops and meetings to capture minutes, notes and actions – as well as documenting follow up / next steps  
Helping to support design, creation and hosting workshops and events with clients to support successful project delivery  
Ad-hoc support as required for RFPs and pitches, working alongside other members of the workplace team 
Person Specification/Requirements 
Qualified to degree level in related field (not compulsory) 
Great communication skills; both oral and written 
Ability to multi-task on concurrent projects, under tight time frames to meet client demands 
Strong quantitative / analytical skills are desirable and attention to detail 
Positive energy with a ‘can do’ attitude
Naturally curious and with a learning mindset
Confidence to engage with a diverse range of people
Articulate and communicative
Experience in any of the following fields: Workplace / Communications / PR and Placemaking / HR L&D / Employee experience / Workplace design / Facilities management or corporate real estate. 

Working at CBRE
When you join CBRE you will have the support and resources of a global firm where an entrepreneurial mind-set is encouraged. You'll realize your potential with challenging work, fast-paced assignments, an environment of constant learning and commitment to results. To enable your success, we provide the best tools, training and leaders in the industry.
Our collaborative culture is built on our RISE values and reflects the needs and perspectives of our clients and our people. Our work is guided by our North Star: Creating the real estate solutions of tomorrow, so businesses and people thrive. This informs everything we do—from diversity, equity, and inclusion to sustainability initiatives to workplace safety and wellbeing. At CBRE, we believe that the more perspectives we have, the more dimensions we see. We welcome people with different backgrounds and experiences across industries to apply for open positions even if you do not match every element of the required skills. To discover more about what it’s like to work at CBRE, visit Life at CBRE

About CBRE
CBRE Group, Inc. (NYSE: CBRE), a Fortune 500 and S&P 500 company headquartered in Dallas, is the world’s largest commercial real estate services and investment firm (based on 2020 revenue). The company has more than 100,000 employees serving clients in more than 100 countries. CBRE serves a diverse range of clients with an integrated suite of services, including facilities, transaction and project management; property management; investment management; appraisal and valuation; property leasing; strategic consulting; property sales; mortgage services and development services.
In the UK, we service our clients from our offices in Aberdeen, Birmingham, Bristol, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Leeds, Liverpool, London, Manchester, and Southampton.

Equal Opportunities 
We are an equal opportunities employer and do not discriminate on the grounds of gender, sexual orientation, marital or civil partner status, pregnancy or maternity, gender reassignment, race, colour, nationality, ethnic or national origin, religion or belief, disability or age.