Job TitleSpatial Data Manager
Job Description SummaryThe role of the Spatial Data Manager (SDM) will be responsible for day-to-day functionality of the client's Space Management tool including data integrity of CAD floor plans, occupant data and reporting (regular or ad hoc) for a client portfolio or set of buildings.
Covid Requirements: Due to our client's requirement, this particular position requires employees to provide acceptable documentation showing full vaccination as per CDC guidelines at the time of employment. No exceptions.
Essential Job Duties
Contribute subject matter expertise in the areas of spatial data management, CAD / CAFM administration, space and occupancy data analytics and space utilization measurement.
Ensure compliance of client space data standards, establish a consistent data governance model.
Provide vital linkage between space management platform and industry best practices; introduce innovation to the account team/client.
Hold expertise in CAD/CAFM and the methodologies and calculations used to generate and analyze allocation deliverables.
Provide support as necessary to peer teams as it relates to space, occupancy and / or utilization data.
Contribute to data governance process - control of input sources and data consistency
Contribute to data confidence - control of data measurement standards and KPI's
Bachelor's degree required
BA/BS degree or equivalent combination of education, training and experience in Architectural Technology, Space Planning, Space Data Management, Data Analytics or Occupancy Planning
4-8 Years in Spatial Data Management, Occupancy Planning, or Spatial Analytics
Establish core program standards for global space naming conventions, allocation model application, drawing standards and reporting standards
Establish working relationships and guides the development of roles and responsibilities with partners
Establish governance program and data quality assurance reporting for global consistency of portfolio space and occupancy data
Proactively monitor the execution of the client space allocation model and delivery of reporting in accordance with client space allocation process
Serves as SPOC and global system administrator for client space data management system, enforcing user controls and system continuity
Enable all system integration efforts with the CAFM system to further enhance the availability and quality of spatial and occupancy data
Recommend process improvements and performance enhancements in the use of the client space data management system
Provides space data management system training for system users
Responsible for guiding and reviewing recommendations to enhance operational efficiency, service delivery, cost savings, and innovative service advancements for all functional areas
Coach the space team leadership in effective space planning and FF&E solution development, ensuring compliance with established process workflows and consistent service delivery for all project types
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Cushman & Wakefield is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative? Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, protected veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law.
Cushman & Wakefield was founded in New York, N.Y., on October 31, 1917, by brothers-in-law J. Clydesdale Cushman and Bernard Wakefield. Expanding first throughout the United States and then globally, today Cushman & Wakefield has approximately 250 offices in 60 countries, employing more than 16,000 professionals who deliver quality services to its diversified global client base.