Interior Design Project Manager in Memphis, TN at First Horizon National Corporation

Date Posted: 10/27/2019

Job Snapshot

Job Description

Manage and coordinate Projects Nationwide to ensure:
o Ensures all assigned projects adhere to the Physical Security Standards of the First Horizon Corporation
o Manages relationships with Vendors on all on-going projects to ensure that projects are
completed in a timely and accurate manner.
o Develops and executes standard contracts for use with all Vendors and Consultants on projects.
o Ensures all projects and workspaces adhere to the space standards of the organization.
o Assist in managing vendor relationships and team projects to include negotiations with vendors,
assist in evaluating bids and proposals and help make recommendations to the team
o Visit project sites to evaluate progress
o Must be able to create a basic project budget and schedule
o Must be able to research and do market study to deliver the best possible product or solution
while acquiring the best possible pricing.
o Must have some knowledge of construction processes and procedures
o Assist in developing and maintaining corporate office standards and designs while maintaining a good ergonomic working environment
o Must be able to do interior design as needed.
o Performs other duties as assigned

Manage Design & Project Management Team and Project delivery:
o Assist in coordinating projects and may help manage new office openings and building projects
including but not limited to the construction of new facilities, renovation projects, and capital
improvements.
o Assist in coordinating the design of offices by working with senior management, building
contractors, architects, city and county government, consultants, vendors in the planning,
design, and coordination of new facilities and the renovation of existing facilities
o Works directly with various levels of management, facility and project managers, office
designers, corporate security, architects, City and County Government, consultants, and security
agencies, etc., in the execution of the projects.
o Develop interior design projects and manage them as well as well as manage other projects
assigned to them. Ensures that all assigned projects are on schedule, within budget, meeting the
expectations of stakeholders, and are following proper procedures.
o Ensures facilities meet regulatory requirements
o Reviews correspondence and receives telephone calls related to the most sensitive and
confidential matters and help determines appropriate action to be taken
o Works with stakeholders and vendors to ensure accurate project budget forecasting

Prepares budgets and financial forecast for area of responsibility that entails:
o Works with Corporate Properties finance to meet budget cycles
o Prepare construction estimates to ensure that they meet company requirements and cover all
expenses for projects from beginning to end.
o May assist in estimating capital and non-capital projects also may include managing projects to ensure completion under budget and on time.

Education:
Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Arts in Interior Design, Architecture, Architectural Engineering or Architectural Technology.

Experience:
o Previous experience working/managing multiple projects simultaneously
o Must possess good people skills with the ability to inter-face with customers, vendors and coworkers
o Ability to express oneself with clarity and precision.
o Ability to manage multiple projects and establish priorities.
o Ability to pose a positive image for the department.
o Ability to work in team setting in fast-paced environment.
o Must possess good organizational skills.
o Must have good oral and written communication skills.
o Must be able to prioritize and meet deadlines.
o Must be able to perform duties as required of an Assistant Project Manager and Interior
Designer.
o Computer skills; proficient in Excel and Microsoft Project, Auto-Cad, Interior Design software
etc.

Schedule: Monday - Friday 8:00am - 5:00pm

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