American Campus Communities
This position will manage all milestone schedules and budgets for FF&E, will facilitate and manage all leasing spaces coordination and serve as the primary ACC contact for all national partners, assist in day-to-day vendor management for various asset management initiatives, serve as the internal liaison for marketing needs and assist in FF&E procurement, coordination and installation. This position requires extensive (<50%) travel.Essential Duties and Responsibilities (other duties may be assigned):Responsible for managing and coordinating FFE budgets and install schedules with all necessary parties for new development and renovation projects.Assists with coordination and executes installs for both renovations and new developments.Responsible for the inspection and quality control of furniture delivered and trouble shoots/coordinates the replacement of defective items.Monitors and maintains budgets previously given for each specific project and elevates any concerns or issues.Designated internal and external contact for all things leasing space related. Responsible for the coordination and execution of approvals, occupancy dates and other tasks necessary for a timely delivery.Responsible for the day-to-day vendor management of various asset management initiatives. This will include: account creation, document analysis, property and new development implementation/transition and contract administration.Will assist in planning, purchasing and installation of property furniture and supplies for both new developments and renovations. Working to create standards which maintain a level of durability and marketability by assisting Development Managers in specifying and purchasing ACC approved product.Responsible for coordinating renderings, departmental checklists and seeking project info for a successful turnaround of various marketing materials required for new developments.Responsible for maintaining company development standards and specification, including implementing lessons learned and updating products and materials as needed or approved.Special projects – This position will be assigned special tasks where appropriate to fulfill supportive roles in various areas of development services.The core of American Campus culture involves everyone being fully invested in everything that we do down to picking up the smallest piece of trash. No matter their position or duration at any given property, everyone picks up trash.Qualifications: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the minimum knowledge, skills, and/or abilities required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.Education/Experience: College degreeSome experience in the procurement of furniture, fixtures, and equipment and with interior and exterior signage for residential real estate.Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Knowledge of:Architectural plans – able to read and interpretPurchasing and Vendor relationships – develop and executeLead times, budget adherence, finish selection & furniture specification Skill in:Multi-tasking / detailed orientedPersonal Effectiveness/CredibilityThoroughnessCollaboration skillsOral and Written Communication ProficiencyProject Management Ability to:Communicate well with multiple groups having diverse specialtiesBe accountable and take ownership of projectsCertificates and Licenses: N/ASupervisory Responsibilities: N/A
American Campus Communities
Website : http://www.americancampus.com
American Campus Communities is the nation's largest developer, owner and manager of high-quality student housing communities. We led the industry to a new plateau in 2004 when we became the first publicly traded student housing REIT (NYSE: ACC). Since 1996, we've developed more than $4.2 billion in properties for our own account and our university clients, and we have acquired in excess of $4.6 billion in student housing assets. Also, we've become a national leader in third-party development and management of on-campus student housing, having been awarded the development of more than 70 on-campus projects (in addition to our 23 projects developed off campus). Our commitment to our college and university partners is evidenced in our strong ongoing relationships. More than half of our on-campus developed communities (39 of 70) came from additional projects awarded to us after we had successfully completed a previous community. A deep-rooted understanding of the industry drives the American Campus team. Sixteen members of our senior corporate staff began their careers as resident assistants while attending college. Throughout their collective careers, our senior staff has been involved in the development, acquisition or management of more than 350 student housing properties consisting of more than 222,000 beds. This unparalleled experience guides how we analyze student markets, underwrite acquisitions, design and construct our developments, and how we market, lease and operate our communities.