Reference Number: 48225BR
Harvard Medical School
Duties & Responsibilities
The planner will lead comprehensive programming, planning and feasibility studies working with end users, school leadership, external consultants, and other members of Campus Planning and Facilities Management staff to establish the goals, objectives, and plan for the highest and best use of intended facilities. Responsible for developing, validating and documenting scopes of work, conceptual layouts, schedules, and conceptual budgets in accordance with school policies and standards for administrative approval. Provides programming evaluations for key design metrics, layout, space allocation, adjacencies, space cost, user experience, and recommendations on space development alternatives. Includes the development of detailed program layouts for both new and existing administrative, instructional and research space. Effectively transition projects to project management staff. Conducts and administers complex feasibility, planning and analysis studies for the short and long-term development of the school for existing use and campus growth. The planner will contribute in the development, implementation, and management of campus standards and plans for the continuous improvement of the school’s physical resources and operations. The primary area of focus for this position will be basic science research programs.
Bachelor’s degree in Architecture, Planning or relevant field required.
Master’s degree a plus.
Minimum of 5 years of experience in related area.
Project management experience a plus.
Experience in wet lab research programming and/or design required.
Proficient in AutoCAD and/or Revit, Microsoft Office.
Works equally well independently and in collaborative environments.
Client-service approach to projects.
Strong analytical and communication skills.
Knowledge of cost estimation and scheduling.
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