Assesses organization's need for additional office/clinic space and researches locations to determine appropriateness. Researches, negotiates and elects to purchase short- and long-term lease agreements that meet the organization's goals. Performs inspections of possible property acquisitions. Assess improvement requirements, handles the design, planning, construction/improvements, start up, set up with furniture/equipment/d?cor, remodel, maintenance, repair, move in or out. Monitors trends and developments to ensure organizational goals are met.
? Works closely with Sr. Leadership to determine and understand corporate real estate needs
? Assesses clinic requirements ?location, size, number of exam rooms, consultation rooms, rest rooms, etc.
? Oversees and performs market research and formulate acquisition strategy for specific geographic regions.
? Researches, sources, negotiates and elects to purchase short- and long-term lease agreements to meet the organization's goals, via brokers, online search and ?boots on the ground? search.
? Visits and inspects prospective properties as needed to determine suitability
? Obtains approvals from local, state and government agencies as required
? Negotiates, reviews leases from the beginning through the approval/signing process.
? Plans, budgets/estimates and implements new clinic startups, moves, expansions, contractions, closures and handles associated lease acquisitions, extensions, amendments or terminations, including cost estimates for furniture, equipment, rent, labor and other related costs
? Handles the design, planning, construction, equipment/furniture/supplies/decor installation, full set up, remodels, moves of QTC facilities/clinics, utilizing project management systems, including: MS Project, SharePoint, and IT Service Desk, as appropriate
? Works to identify cost effective solutions in all the above activities, while maintaining quality and timeliness.
? Works in coordination with the ES&H (Environmental, Safety & Health) staff for compliance with OSHA, ADA and Leidos ESH& requirements
? Sets up the facility/clinic with proper furniture, equipment, supplies, d?cor, etc.
? Coordinates the move in/out, opening/closure of facilities/clinics
? Perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned
? Extensive knowledge of real estate, facilities, property management, construction and space planning, preferably and in particular for medical space
? Excellent organizational and project management skills with the ability to handle multiple projects concurrently
? Ability to accomplish projects independently, with minimal supervision
? Ability to think creatively and recommend smart and cost effective solutions
? General health and safety, OSHA and ADA compliance knowledge
? Working knowledge of MS Office products
? Extensive knowledge of facilities policies and procedures
? Excellent contracting and strong/proven negotiation skills
? Ability to travel nationally up to 75% of the time
? Effective interpersonal skills and ability to source acquisitions
? Positive/can-do attitude, with a high sense of urgency and excellent attention to detail
? Strong written and verbal communication skills
? Ability to manage competing priorities
? Sound business acumen and ability to gather information to make sound decisions
Education and/or Experience: (includes certificate & licenses)
? Bachelor?s Degree from an accredited college in Business Administration or related field required, education may be substituted with relevant experience
? 10 years of real estate experience preferably lease acquisitions required
? Medical facilities experience, highly preferred