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The Director of Corporate Services, Workplace Operations leads the operational and administrative services functions in facilities and real estate that may be owned or leased by ARAMARK Corporation. This position is responsible for strategically leading and directing the Facility Management functions associated with Aramark’ owned and leased properties including facility asset management, real estate, physical protection and related operational and administrative services functions. This position is located at Aramark’s World Headquarters in Philadelphia, Pa.
The Director proactively collaborates with colleagues and clients to develop strategies aligned with business requirements that result in operating policies and repeatable processes that ensure safe, efficient, and continuous operations including regulatory compliance and emergency management leadership. The Director will lead a cross-functional team of employees and contracted staff to carry out the technical and administrative services functions including but not limited to; operations management, maintenance management, mail & distribution, records, physical security, dining, engineering services, construction management, energy management, sustainability, building and grounds maintenance, life safety systems ,wellness center and service desk functions.
The Director will provide subject matter expertise and thought leadership in the creation and implementation of life safety, sustainability, emergency preparedness, continuity of operations, physical security, construction management, operating and capital financial planning and management activities that align with ARAMARK’s mission, values and focus.
The Director will serve as key client interface with internal and external tenants on site and manage relationships to ensure client satisfaction.
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Reports to the Vice President – Global Corporate Services and will have primary site responsibility for managing the following functions. The successful candidate will have working knowledge, skills and abilities to apply the eleven core competencies of the facility management profession as defined by the International Facility Management Association in delivering enterprise value for Aramark in carrying out this multi-disciplinary role related to the built environment resulting in the effective integration of people, place, process and technology.
Oversight and/or collaboration with other site managers as required to carry out duties and responsibilities to include but not limited to:
· Expense and Capital Budgeting
· Facility Management
· Life Safety and Emergency Management
· Operations and Maintenance Management
· Environmental Stewardship and Sustainability
· Construction Management
· Project Management
· Subcontracted Services Procurement and Service Level Agreement Management
· Mail and Distribution Services
· Conference Room and A/V Services
· Wellness Center
· Food Services
This position requires a Bachelor’s Degree in Facility Management (FM), Architecture, or Engineering. This position also requires 15 years of experience, with at least 10 years in a supervisory or management capacity preferably in a Corporate environment. Additional preferred education includes an advanced degree or course work, industry certification from the International Facility Management Association (CFM), Building Owners and Managers Association (RPA), American Institute of Architecture (AIA) or similar certification is desirable. Relevant experience, employer leadership training and/or industry certifications may be considered in lieu of the required undergraduate degree at the sole discretion of Aramark.