The Boeing Company Facilities Planner in Hong Kong, Hong Kong

  • The position is for a Boeing Shared Services Group (SSG) Facilities Planner level 4, responsible for integrated space planning activities across the Asia Pacific region.

    • The primary responsibilities of this position include initiating and leading forecasting headcount and resultant space requirement efforts, preparing and maintaining master site facility plans, preparing and maintaining country strategies, maintaining the leased property portfolio, leading new property site selection and acquisition efforts, leading space management initiatives and regional or company-wide studies in support of proposals or plans that are shared with both internal/external organizations and senior level management.

    • This position requires experience effectively developing, organizing and presenting proposals to stakeholders and sponsors by gaining insight into the customer’s organizations, as well as any cultural issues or impacts through close interaction with internal and external business partners, senior level management and government agencies to anticipate and mitigate potential conflict situations. / / / Specific duties and responsibilities include: /

    • Initiates and leads forecasting efforts to identify use and occupancy allocation, building utilization and density, capital and expense budget items for the purpose of managing real property assets and site cost allocations.

    • Compiles data from headcount projections and business plans to enable forecasting.

    • Gains consensus for the optimal solution, including budget approval, by effectively organizing and presenting proposals to stakeholders and sponsors (e.g. executive management). Communicates approved plan to implementation team. Anticipates and mitigates potential conflict situations.

    • Prepares and maintains master site facility plans. Leads space management initiatives and contributes to systems implementation. Participates in the development of the space management forecast. Provides training and guidance for less experienced planners.

    • Participates in and leads teams by using improvement tools and techniques to enhance operational efficiency, product quality, service delivery and asset utilization (e.g. lean, new technology development, etc.) and gains insight into the customer’s vision and organization. Provides training and guidance for less experienced planners.

    • Leads or participates in enterprise-wide, regional, or site facilities studies and administer plans to assist the business decision-making process in response to Company and organization initiatives (e.g. asset utilization, production rate plans, business plans).

    • Gathers and analyzes data regarding current conditions and future requirements. Interacts with internal and external organizations, senior level management and government agencies to identify and assess impact to the business operating plan. Prepares business case analysis. Trains less experienced employees.

    • Leads the development of long and short range strategic and tactical plans (e.g. site, office, manufacturing, lab, warehouse) by identifying and developing facilities options to satisfy multiple project objectives (e.g. cost, schedule, location, conceptual layout, process and people flow). Works with stakeholders and assesses resources (e.g. assets, space, budget, labor) to create the best value for the customer and the Company. Prepares risk analysis and impact statements. Provides technical guidance to others.

    • Develops integrated lease and project management plans for large and broad based projects that includes: defining goals and objectives, obtaining customer concurrence, determining resources, defining tasks and key milestones (statement of work), developing project plan, scheduling (including precedence, serial and parallel tasks), defining budget requirements based on project plan, obtaining customer program approval, tracking and reporting status to ensure project meets technical, budget and schedule requirements.

    • Strong team player participating in and leading teams for regional or site facilities studies.

    • Assist the business decision making process in response to company or organization initiatives by developing multiple complex scopes, schedules, budgets and business scenarios to develop proposals or plans.

    • Maintains leased property portfolio, engages property-related vendors/agents for site selection efforts associated with leased property acquisitions.

    • Has sufficient experience to independently lead and/or coach team with property requirements gathering, property/site selection, business negotiations, lease documentation and risk management efforts.

    Boeing is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status or other characteristics protected by law.

    This requisition is for an international, locally hired position. Candidates must be legally authorized to work in the country where the position is located. Benefits and pay are determined at the local level and are not on Boeing US-based payroll.

    Bachelor's degree and typically 10 or more years' related work experience or a Master's degree and typically 8 or more years' related work experience is required.

    Basic Qualifications:

    1. Candidate must be eligible to work in Hong Kong, Singapore or Taiwan

    2. Able to travel across the Asia Pacific Region

    3. Language fluency (English and Mandarin)

    4. College degree in related fields (planning, real estate, engineering, architecture, project management, construction, facilities management, business, analytics, etc.)

    5. Well-rounded experience/background in space planning, finance/accounting, program/project management, or global property leasing and acquisitions principles, concepts, practices and standards

    6. Knowledge of MS suite of products (PowerPoint, Excel, Project)

    7. Knowledge of AutoCAD a plus
      Competencies (General):

    8. Business (Operational) Acumen

    9. Collaboration

    10. Communication

    11. Customer Focus

    12. Decision Making

    13. Negotiation

    14. Project Management Competencies (Technical):

    15. Analytical Skills

    16. Budget Management

    17. Business Case Analysis

    18. Facilities Industry Knowledge

    19. Facilities Requirements & Analysis

    20. Presentation Skills

    21. Project Cost Estimating

    22. Risk Criteria

Job: *Facilities Planner

Organization: *Planning & Real Estate CoE

Title: Facilities Planner

Location: Hong Kong-Hong Kong

Requisition ID: 1700007700

Other Locations: Singapore-Singapore, Taiwan-Taiwan-Taipei