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クライアントオフィス管理(ビル設備管理マネージャー)-東京|Engineering Manager Japan - Tokyo

Tokyo , Japan

Ref#: 29395

Date published: 2-Sep-2019

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Job Summary


To provide high quality facilities management and engineering services to a CBRE’s Global Investment banking client to maintain business continuity and enhanced user experience. To reduce the likelihood of any financial impact to CBRE by adhering to agreed operating procedures and protocols at all times while proactively identifying such risks and communicating these risks and proposed solutions formally to the client.

Responsible for effective operation and maintenance of critical mechanical and electrical infrastructure within a banking environment safely, efficiently, and reliably operating, maintaining, and modifying the facility infrastructure, systems, and equipment in a cost effective manner using strong maintenance and troubleshooting skills acquired by working in a critical environment. Work requires strong formal conduct of operations skills, technical expertise, personal accountability, and flawless execution of work activities commensurate with a high risk critical environment and associated expectations for exceptional customer satisfaction and confidence.

Required Knowledge and Skills:

English and Japanese : Fluent in business and technical English and Japanese both written and spoken..

Quality Orientation/Attention to Detail: Accomplishing tasks through concern for all areas involved, no matter how small; showing concern for all aspects of the job; accurately checking processes and tasks; maintaining watchfulness over a period of time.

Communication: Expressing ideas effectively in writing or verbally in individual and group situations (including nonverbal communication); adjusting language or terminology to the characteristics and needs of the audience.

Analysis/Problem Assessment: Securing relevant information and identifying key issues and relationships from a base of information; relating and comparing data from different sources; identifying cause-effect relationships.

Negotiation: Effectively exploring alternatives and positions to reach outcomes that gain all parties’ support and acceptance.