Design and Asset Planner - Military veterans preferred

2022-04-24
Walgreens (www.walgreens.com)
Medical/Healthcare

/yr

  full-time   employee


Deerfield
Illinois
60015
United States

Job Summary

The Design and Asset Planner is responsible for executing assigned work so that it is consistent with the development, adaptation and deployment of corporate standards for non-retail locations. Complies with quality control procedures and develops knowledge of building architecture, engineering, and interior design guidelines and protocols according to state and local jurisdictional mandates, Company standards and best practices to ensure appropriate design of non-retail buildings.

Job Responsibilities
Comfortable working with executive leadership and support team to gather requirements and communicate strategy
Responsible for gathering of office space requirements from business units for non-retail locations, including furniture, AV, and other equipment
Responsible for space planning and test fits for non-retail office locations
Responsible for coordination of furniture, fixture, and equipment throughout the lifecycle of anon retail construction/move project including coordination of location closures
Responsible for applying value engineering principals to lifecycle costs and occupancy costs through our Company Unified Design Standards
Reports on progress and uses analytics lessons learned, and best practices from prior projects to re-inject learning's into the Company Unified Design Standards
Subject Matter Expert in the stated discipline supporting current technical needs & requirements to the overall development program assuring best in class design
Bring deep understanding & innovation to future enhancements within stated discipline and expertise
Manages end to end ordering and installation of furniture, fixtures, and equipment with support from relevant departments, including AV, IT, and procurement
Assists with other office/non-retail design and construction projects ad hoc as needed both on the primary HQ support campus and in special project areas
Basic Qualifications

Bachelor's Degree and at least 1 year of Interior Design OR High School/ GED and at least 4 years of Interior Design
Knowledge of construction and engineering practices including budgeting, estimating and scheduling.
Basic knowledge of contract furniture.
Knowledge of construction plans and specifications.
Knowledge of architectural/site plan design, including items such as cost and quality control, material/equipment installation, bidding practices, material and labor costs.
Intermediate level skill in Microsoft Word (for example: inserting headers, page breaks, page numbers and tables and/or adjusting table columns).
Intermediate level skill in Microsoft Excel (for example: using SUM function, setting borders, setting column width, inserting charts, using text wrap, sorting, setting headers and footers and/or print scaling).
Intermediate level skill in other Microsoft Office products including Outlook and Power Point, including creating executive level presentations related to design and office standards
Willing to travel up to 25% of the time for business purposes (within state and out of state).
Preferred Qualifications

Bachelor's Degree in Interior Design from an accredited program
At least 3-5 years of experience in office design and space planning
Experience managing furniture vendors
Experience Revit and BluBeam.
Proficient in AutoCAD