Daly City, California
The Position Purpose:
Based in Genentech’s South San Francisco Campus and reporting to the Senior Director of Real Estate Strategy, the Real Estate and Site Planning Manager is responsible for conceptualizing, analyzing and driving long-term strategic site initiatives to improve the ability of a portfolio of over 50 buildings with about 5M square feet of space to support Roche/Genentech’s work and culture. This role will support strategic planning of Genentech’s real estate footprint, including land, offices, labs, manufacturing facilities, parking facilities, amenities and infrastructure; and ensure sufficient real estate is available to satisfy potential future needs. At the same time, minimize the cost of carrying real estate inventory and adequately manage the cost and risk of oversupply.
This is a highly cross-functional role that requires strong skills in program management, business case development and story-telling and requires strong leadership skills to manage initiatives across organizational boundaries. Decisions driven by this role have significant financial impact on capital budget (approximating $2B over five years) and expense budget (approximating $250M annually). This position reflects the increasing importance of long-term strategic planning for the Genentech Campus.
Education, Experience, Knowledge and Skills:
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