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    Director Real Estate and Facilities

    Bottomline Technologies
    Portsmouth, NH 03801
    Full-time, Part-time
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    Job Description

    Portsmouth, New Hampshire, United States

    We are looking for a Director, Real Estate and Facilities to join Bottomline Technologies and provide leadership over real estate project management and global facilities management. The right candidate will have the passion and drive to create and maintain amazing workplace experiences for Bottomline employees and visitors, and will look to build upon the team's effectiveness, leading the adoption of process, technology, and tooling best practices

    How you'll contribute:

    • Oversee capital projects, including budget review, negotiations with vendors, review and approve contract proposals and ensure successful completion.
    • Possess strong leadership skills and ensure that all facility tasks are completed correctly, on time, and according to the company's needs.
    • Develop department-wide goals and objectives that align with the overall organizational strategy.
    • Manage performance and supervise personnel to achieve goals; plan, direct and organize workloads and staff assignments; train, motivate, monitor and evaluate staff; and review progress and direct changes as needed.
    • Create functional strategies and specific objectives for the facilities team, including developing budgets/policies/procedures to support the Company objectives.
    • Travel to our various offices to meet with team members, vendors, communicate expectations and lead projects as well as verify issues, review incidents, and recommend changes
    • Partner with business units to define real estate requirements, including requirement prioritization and trade-offs and key stakeholder requirements
    • Communicate regularly with leadership to share ideas and check progress of objectives and create summary reports based on observations.
    • Manage the upkeep of equipment, buildings, and infrastructure to meet health and safety standards
    • Ownership of all external services such as day porters, cleaning services, catering companies, and all other workplace vendors.
    • Work with other Bottomline leaders on space design, to reflect the values and culture of the company and geographic region
    • Work with Bottomline leadership on future growth, allowing us to build a long-term real estate space strategy

    What will make you successful:

    • 5 -10 years in related positions
    • Knowledge and experience implementing ADA, OSHA and general safety compliance standards
    • Knowledge of HVAC, electrical, plumbing, mechanical repair, and other maintenance-related areas
    • Experience in successfully transforming a corporate real estate function and creating value
    • Excellent communication skills (both written and oral), interpersonal skills, critical decision-making abilities, critical communication skills and cross networking abilities.
    • Excellent listening skills that will allow him/her to translate needs into actionable requirements.
    • Strong leadership skills, including the ability to set goals, motivate and measure results.
    • Ability to influence and collaborate internally and externally at all organizational levels.
    • Effective in project management, implementation and follow through.
    • Experience with international facilities and vendor management is a plus.
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    Posting ID: 566874319Posted: 2020-08-09