The Manager, Real Estate Projects & Workplace Experience Programs is a critical member of the Global People Experience team. One of the team’s key objectives is to create workplace environments that foster partnership, community, psychological safety, and belonging. Reporting to the VP, Global People Experience & DEIB, you will primarily be responsible for Real Estate projects globally and will collaborate with key partners and vendors on DV’s design guidelines, operational standards, and real estate strategy. You will also have the opportunity to support Workplace and Employee Experience initiatives that could benefit from your project management expertise.

This role may interest you if you enjoy the opportunity to balance creative thinking to influence design and on site experience, with critical thinking to streamline and scale operations. While we have a modest global real estate footprint, the People Experience Team sits at the center of the action and collaborates to ensure DV delivers an exceptional employee experience. This role will play a key role in delivering this experience through inclusive, sustainable workplaces and position us for scale.

What You Would Be Doing:

Real Estate Project Management

  • Working closely with key partners across the People Experience team and the organization to ensure our workplaces are safe, and foster partnership and community
  • Delivering multiple projects - of varying sizes and scopes including build-outs and remodels – concurrently
  • Meet deadlines and budgets for each project
  • Collaborate cross-functionally to influence and drive strategies to provide the best real estate locations and builds while controlling costs and schedules
  • Partner closely with Finance through strategic planning and annual operating plans to ensure that new sites are appropriately budgeted
  • Work with legal on drafting, negotiating, and executing various site agreements
  • Engage and actively manage external vendors to ensure that work of the highest quality is being delivered
  • During the final phases of a project, you can expect to be on-site for up to a week
  • Build effective strategic relationships with real estate external suppliers to drive and execute strategies
  • Clearly communicate project status to stakeholders and project team

Workplace Operations

  • Balance creativity and function
  • Managing day to day to operations of DVs global office portfolio - help operationalize our workplace offerings
  • Evaluate and establish sustainable practices and partnerships
  • Lead coordination between building facilities, vendors, repair contractors, etc.
  • Identify and resolve problems in a timely manner and gather and analyze information to provide recommendations for business decisions related to the office space and operations

Experience You Should Have:

  • 5-7+ years of project management experience with real estate (Manager, 5 -7 and Senior Manager 7+)
  • Proven track record managing vendors on complicated projects and leading complex real estate project budgets for a wide range of projects up to $30M+ in dynamic markets (ex: NY/Chicago/Tel Aviv/Singapore/London)
  • In-depth understanding of real estate processes and terminology
  • Demonstrated ability to prepare and track budgets and cost reports
  • Contract and agreement negotiation experience, including lease negotiation
  • Facilities/operations management experience in global companies
  • Construction experience, with some working knowledge of MEP systems, workplace technology integration, lighting, acoustics, FF&E and interior detailing


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