Project Manager (Change/Coordination)
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Singapore - '- - Singapore
The workplace Change/Project Manager will be responsible for delivering successful corporate real estate workplace change projects for a global client.

You have:
  • Excellent communication and client relations skills
  • A passion for working within and among teams
  • Quality and attention to details
  • Project management skills- including organisation and time management
  • Leadership experience and the drive to take initiative
  • A business development mind-set
  • Schedule flexibility including occasional weekend work
  • Excellent knowledge of Microsoft suite applications
You might also have:
  • A background in facilities, commercial real estate or architecture & planning
  • Workplace strategy and/or organizational change management experience
  • Experience leading a culture change
  • Experience consulting, with change management or with strategy & planning
  • A PMP/FM certification
  • Space planning, CAFM or design background
An average day may include:
  • Successfully managing all implementation and change activity across multiple projects
  • Embedding of new ways of working and culture within the business post move
  • Measuring success of the various stages of the change program through agreed KPIs and deliver reportingon a regular basis
  • Quickly adapting to a variety of work environments, structures and cultures
  • Stakeholder engagement planning and implementation
  • Devising and maintaining strategic control plans
  • Preparing and delivering creative and engaging corporate communication
  • Coordinating with internal clients, third parties, IT and facility leaders
  • Managing and developing project teams
  • Managing space, storage, furniture and other facility audits
  • Creating and delivering presentations, training materials and workplace strategy guides for client teams
  • Production and maintenance of project quality, version control and risk logs
  • Monitoring resource levels and expenses on projects against budgets