Store Facilities Project Manager

The Store Facilities Project Manager role is responsible for the execution of the construction scope of work for remodel projects, landlord leasehold projects, planned improvements, and chain projects in open stores. Responsibilities included cost estimates, maintaining and reporting budgets, plan review, scope determination, requests for proposals, project buyout, scheduling, daily project coordination, contractor management, store communications, final project punch out and financial reporting. Additional responsibilities include the execution of the daily Energy Management programs and the Facilities Housekeeping & Floor Care Programs.
Responsible for all aspects of the execution of the construction scope for the Remodel Store Program and Landlord Leasehold Projects, Planned Improvements, and Chain Projects in open stores from pre-project planning through the scheduled group and close out, including scheduling, bidding, buyout, issue tracking and resolution, and communications to outside project managers, field personnel, landlords, national account vendors, contractors, local and state building officials, architects and store operations. This may also include some new store project activity.
Executes the long term and annual asset strategy of operating stores as it relates to capital improvements through life cycle replacement planning. Responsibilities include scope development, scheduling, bidding, drawing scope review, material ordering, and daily issue tracking. Ensures facilities database is maintained with all project information. Ensures accurate and timely communication of projects with internal and external partners.
Responsible for the Store Facilities Floor Care and Housekeeping Program. Work with the service provider, store teams, and district managers to ensure scheduled services are completed and tracked . Resolve issues, schedule additional services as needed. Perform site visits as needed to evaluate the quality of the service provider.
Responsible for the execution of the day to day operations of the Energy Management program. This includes working with the Energy Management Service provider (lighting and HVAC controls and settings), Energy Procurement vender, and Utility Bill Pay vendor.
Coordinates all work related to compliance with federal, state, and local laws, for ADA, hazardous waste, and other misc. safety programs. Effectively plans schedule and coordination with operating stores to maintain operating standards throughout project. Communicates plan, schedule and provides regular updates as to project process to field leadership teams and cross functional departments.
Responsible to accurately track information in the department software systems. Includes all proposals, work orders, project progress reports, and financial tracking.
Travel to stores to evealuate the floor care service provider, typically 1 or 2 nights per month
Education Requirements
Minimum: 4 Year Bachelor's degree in business, project management or related field.
Preferred: Project management certification.
Required: 2-4 years' experience in project management, facilities, retail operations or related field.
Preferred: 4-6 years' experience in project management, facilities, retail operations, construction or related field.
Skills or Certifications:
MS Office programs (Word and Excel), AutoCAD a plus but not required; ability to read blueprints

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