Dowling Houy LLC., 2015 to Present
Project & Relocation Manager
INVENTIV HEALTH, Burlington, MA, 2013-2015
Global Real Estate & Facilities Associate
Oversaw facilities staff and services,aswellasallcontractorsforfacilitiesrenovationandconstructionprojects.Managed vendors, supervisedbuildingmaintenance,vendor agreementsandcontractorsacrossmultiplepropertiesandassets.Transactionmanagementforofficeleases including; lease terms, presentation of lease terms to business stake holders, working closely with Senior Real Estate Manager to ensure critical dates are met. Collaborated with finance, legal, and project / property management teams to support office relocations,expansionsandclosings.WorkedcloselywithOfficeManagers,PropertyandProjectManagerson specificissues,includingbutnotlimitedtolandlord/tenantdisputes,propertydevelopment/renovations,and lease surrender obligations. Managed Global Real Estate portfolio master list tracking capacity, headcount and leaseterms.
RANDSTAD PROFESSIONALS, Woburn, MA, 2009-2013
Senior Manager Facilities & Real Estate Administration
Oversaw facilities staff and services for the mailroom, copy room, reception, and break room. Selected, procured and facilitated the installation of office furniture. Provided transaction support on office leases. Maintained Real Estate database with lease terms, capacity and space plans. Managed office renovations and relocations, including traveling to job site to supervise vendors. Reviewed and approved all office supply purchases. Directed administrative staff on inventory management.
Developed & Implemented: occupancy, furniture and move plans to relocate 300 plus employees into new 80,000 square foot corporate headquarters; bulk mail program, reducing out bound postage costs by 44%; newpolicyandprocedureresultingin40%improvedresponsetimefromITSupportteam;newofficesupply purchasing policy resulting in improved expenditure tracking and decreased cost of 20%annually.
Negotiated: national contract resulting in annual savings of 40% on office supplies, moved field offices to national water and coffee program improving service and lowering costs by 23% annually; discovered a contract clause on a data service plan saving the company $110,000, lowered telecommunications equipment expenditure costs 9% by negotiating sale of usedequipment.
Coursework towards BA in Science, Business Management Roger Williams University, Bristol, RI