BOTTEGA VENETA Project Manager
Bottega Veneta - Regular
NEW YORK - United States of America
We are currently seeking a Project Manager who will report to the Vice President of Architecture & Preservation as part of our dynamic team in New York.
This position will supervise the construction and maintenance of our retail and wholesale doors, in addition to any special projects and store interventions upon request from the WW Architecture Design team and/or upper management.
How you will contribute:
- Coordinate design, planning and preparation of construction schedules in partnership with regional and WW Store Planning managers and external vendors and consultants, focusing on department stores and special projects/store interventions
- Conduct site visits independently during various phases of construction and/or have ability to manage on-site vendors and consultants for weekly site progress reviews and track project reports per Store Planning standards
- Review construction documents and millwork shop drawings for accuracy, feasibility and conformance to brand/industry standards while coordinating with local landlords and regulations
- Analyze and track vendor proposals with regional Store Planning Manager to ensure minimal cost incurred per project
- Prioritize multiple projects of varying scope/size while ensuring completion of projects within limited timelines
- Maintain projects and file databases as needed per departmental standards
Who you are:
- At least 5 years of of related project/construction management experience; preferably within luxury retail and wholesale boutiques
- Proven ability to manage architects, contractors and support vendors
- Must be highly organized, efficient and detail-oriented
- Ability to follow instructions as well as departmental procedures and standards
- Excellent time management skills with the ability to multi-task
- Strong written/verbal communication skills
- Proficiency with Microsoft Office (includes Excel, PowerPoint and Project), Adobe Acrobat and AutoCAD
- Aptitude for reading architectural construction documents; basic knowledge of architectural language and drawing notes to industry standards preferred
- Possess basic knowledge and/or experience working in major U.S. markets
- Capacity to work both independently and as a team player while consistently maintaining a sense of professionalism
- Ability to travel domestically and internationally as needed (anticipated 20%-30% travel)
Why work with us?
This is a fabulous opportunity to join the Kering adventure and to actively contribute to the development of the business by becoming part of a global Luxury Group that offers endless possibilities to learn and grow. Talent development is a managerial principle at Kering and we are committed to fostering internal mobility. Our common vision promotes leadership skills and helps every employee to reach their full potential in a stimulating and fulfilling workplace environment.
Kering is committed to building a diverse workforce. We believe diversity in all its forms – gender, age, nationality, culture, religious beliefs and sexual orientation – enriches the workplace. It opens up opportunities for people to express their talent, both individually and collectively and it helps foster our ability to adapt to a changing world. As an Equal Opportunity Employer we welcome and consider applications from all qualified candidates, regardless of their background.
- Full time
- North America
- United States of America