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Job Locations US-TX-Houston
As a Staff Assistant with Hines, you will peform a variety of clerical and administrative duties. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:   - Greet visitors - Process mail - Answer phones - General correspondence - Filing - Schedule appointments - Order office supplies - Fax and copy documents
Job ID
2022-10056
Category
Facilities Management
Job Locations US-TX-Houston
As a Summer Associate Intern for Strategic Projects with Hines, you will assist in actioning and deploying strategic projects associated with global Hines business needs – ensuring that top priorities of the Strategic Projects team are executed to the highest degree, advancing big ideas that help moves Hines forward.  Please note this is not a team that is directly involved with our real estate projects (i.e. Development or Investment Management). Report to Senior Director over Strategic Projects and located in Houston or New York. - Collaborate with the global Hines team and serve as a strategic project manager on areas of top priority for the Strategic Projects team at the direction of the Senior Director  - Assist the Strategic Projects team in coordinating with various working groups and Management Committees of the firm, ensuring deadlines are met and deliverables meet expectations  - Scan for opportunities, turn ideas into strategic plans, and develop actionable, successful initiatives that could contribute to the overall mandate of the Strategic Projects team - Support in the creation of documents and executive-level reports as needed, with assistance from Strategic Projects Associate members - Perform data-driven research and analyses to support problem solving - Collaborate with internal teams and key stakeholders across the firm to support the development of and launch of new initiatives and processes, as appropriate
Job ID
2022-10054
Category
Strategic Projects
Job Locations US-IL-Chicago | US-IL-Chicago
As a Community Manager - Office with Hines, you will be responsible for building a strong sense of community with the tenants in the property through face-to-face and online interaction. You will develop, implement and oversee property-wide engagement initiatives within the tenant community, which include tenant events, lobby events, and overall tenant communications, reporting to the General Property Manager. You will also be responsible for overseeing the property’s social media initiatives. This role will be relied on to support Hines’s vision of providing market-leading tenant engagement services to all of our tenants. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:   - Personally greeting and engaging tenants in the building lobby on a daily basis, welcoming them, getting to know them and creating a strong sense of community - Planning, creating and implementing a variety of tenant events - Creating, editing, and designing print and digital marketing materials for building events and announcements, including flyers, e-mails, signage, newsletters, and other marketing collateral - Curating and publishing content to the property’s website, social media feeds, and building newsletter - Coordinating with outside suppliers to organize and execute Tenant Talks (e.g. yoga classes, financial planning sessions, flower arranging classes, fitness seminars, etc.) at various locations throughout the property - Champion The Hines Client Experience Program by implementing goals and programs established by Hines Client Experience Committee. - Developing, implementing and evaluating Best Practices for the Client Experience Program in their geographic area of responsibility. - Lead the creation of Chicago specific  Hines Platinum Partnerships, “Hines Perks” - Create Hines Client Experience semi-monthly newsletters - Lead Hines Corporate Service Culture Training Platform for new employees - Lead creation of Hines specific app for use in conjunction with Hines Client Experience
Job ID
2022-10052
Category
Property Management
Job Locations US-TX-Coppell
As an Assistant Property Manager with Hines, you will assist in providing day-to-day operations management of the property while emphasizing positive response to concerns of tenants and meet the investment objectives of the owner. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:    - Develop and maintain ethical, professional, and courteous relations with contractors and tenants. - Assist with the management and development of all property personnel. - Handle the administration and vendor management of all activities related to the physical operation of the property. - Manage fiscal activities of the property including, but not limited to: on-site accounting, operations analysis, budget preparation and management, business and financial planning. - Direct all emergency procedures including but not limited to: - Establish and execute emergency plans and practice drills - Monitor emergency equipment - Lead and/or assist with evacuations, bomb searches and life safety alarms as deemed reasonable and prudent - Act as fire/life safety director while assisting emergency authorities and response teams - Comply with all company and regional policies. 
Job ID
2022-10050
Category
Property Management
Job Locations US-CA-Los Angeles
As a Property Accountant with Hines, you will apply principles of accounting and finance to analyze financial information and assist with preparation of financial reports. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:   - Partner with the Property Manager / Project Manager to ensure accuracy of journal entries and general ledger across one or multiple projects. - Oversee outsourced accounting team responsible for accounts payable, accounts receivable and bank reconciliations, including training, review of deliverables, and communication of feedback. - Coordinate and prepare lease administration as follows: Set up new leases in accounting system, prepare tenant billings, set up tenant recovery profile/pool. - Prepare operating and tax expense reconciliations (true-ups) as required per governing documents (leases, management agreement, etc.). - Record journal entries to the general ledger and ensure records are kept in compliance with GAAP or other basis of accounting. - Perform month-end close procedures including preparation and/or review of account reconciliations. - Maintain job cost ledger for development projects and ensure costs are properly coded - Assist in Property and Hines Annual Plan/Budget/Projection preparation process by preparing revenue projections and variance analysis for certain accounts, generating reports and preparing budget package. - Maintain reporting and budgeting calendars for Property Management team. - Prepare information for various audits (e.g. external, internal, tenant), as needed. - Prepare monthly/quarterly financial statements and supporting schedules working closely with Property/Project Manager to ensure accuracy. - Assist in the setup of new projects with guidance from Accounting Manager. This could include setting up the property in JDE (or similar software), opening bank accounts, preparing rent start letters and assisting with acquisition accounting schedules/entries (FAS 141/142 purchase accounting, straight-line rent, revenue models). - Carry out the proper procedures to ensure internal controls are being met.
Job ID
2022-10046
Category
Accounting
Job Locations US-DC-Washington
As an Accountant with Hines, you will apply principles of accounting and finance to analyze financial information and assist with preparation of financial reports. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:   - Partner with the Property Manager / Project Manager to ensure accuracy of construction draws, journal entries, and financial reporting - Perform cash management functions including but not limited to: monitor and record cash transactions and reconcile bank accounts - Prepare standard reference requests for new ACH/wire relationships - Manage and coordinate accounts receivable process with Property Management including but not limited to: A/R analysis and collection, A/R aging review, tenant correspondence regarding balances - Manage accounts payable functions including but not limited to: issue checks, set up any wire/ACH payments, maintain vendor files and assist with any vendor inquiries - Coordinate and prepare lease administration as follows: set up new leases in accounting system, prepare tenant billings, set up tenant recovery profile/pool - Prepare operating and tax expense reconciliations (true-ups) as required per governing documents (leases, management agreement, etc.) - Record journal entries to the general ledger and ensure records are kept in compliance with GAAP or other basis of accounting - Review journal entries prepared by Staff Accountant, if applicable - Perform month-end close procedures including preparation and/or review of account reconciliations - Assist in Property and Hines Annual Plan/Budget/Projection preparation process by preparing revenue projections and variance analysis for certain accounts, generating reports, and preparing budget package - Maintain reporting and budgeting calendars for Property Management team - Prepare information for various audits (e.g. external, internal, tenant), as needed - Prepare monthly/quarterly financial statements and supporting schedules working closely with Property/Project Manager to ensure accuracy - Assist in the setup of new projects with guidance from Accounting Manager or Controller.  This could include setting up the property in the accounting software, opening bank accounts, preparing rent start letters, and assisting with acquisition accounting schedules/entries (FAS 141/142 purchase accounting, straight-line rent, revenue models) - Carry out the proper procedures to ensure internal controls are being met
Job ID
2022-10047
Category
Accounting
Job Locations US-MI-Detroit
As an Operations Engineer - Union with Hines, you will operate and maintain all building equipment and systems. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:   - Perform preventative maintenance work on mechanical, electrical, plumbing and HVAC related equipment - Troubleshoot operations failures and re-establish building services under minimal supervision - Supervise maintenance work as needed
Job ID
2022-10045
Category
Building Engineering
Job Locations US-TX-Houston
As an Associate Human Resource Business Partner with Hines, you will partner with the Strategic HR Business Partners and HR Centers of Excellence to help drive end-to-end talent agenda, HR initiatives, and become a reliable and trusted point of contact supporting leaders and employees alike. The HRBP Lead will be part of a global HR team supporting 4,400 real estate professionals worldwide. The HR Business Partner Leads goal is drive support across many HR disciplines in four key areas: Organization Building, Talent Strategy, Connecting and Executing, and Risk Management. The successful candidate will be passionate about helping people be their best at work and will have some experience with implementing best practice HR policies and processes across the employee lifecycle. He/she will also demonstrate the ability to not only react to HR-related needs, but to predict future talent needs and risks, bringing proactive recommendations to business leaders and HR managers. He/she will be a terrific coach to others, a positive role model of the Hines culture to employees and have high integrity when dealing with sensitive situations. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:    Talent Management (Organization Building and Talent Strategy) - Administers annual Talent Reviews with HR Business Partners - Assists with the development and modification of spreadsheet, PowerPoints, presentations, and other templates/documents - Create new and update current job descriptions by working with hiring managers - Developing and reporting Organizational Charts as needed - Review and approve hires, transfers, and terminations submitted by managers to ensure HR procedures are followed in partnership with HRBP and ER - Submission of Workday job and hierarchy changes ensuring accuracy Talent Acquisition - Periodically assessing candidate pool in partnership with hiring manager - Store and update job descriptions on SharePoint in partnership with TA - Partnering with Talent Acquisition to drive business participation in recruiting events Onboarding & Exit - Ensure managers successfully onboard new employees; liaise with TA, HRIS/payroll and L&D to ensure technical and training elements of onboarding are complete.  Personally lean in to support onboarding for senior, critical, and/or brand-new roles. - Supporting leaders in various off boarding responsibilities, when needed - Collate Exit data and trends for HR Business Partners Diversity, Equity and Inclusion - Using a DEI lens across all areas of talent life cycle - Partnering with DEI team, HR Business Partner and the business to organize and plan special events - Supporting and championing various DEI initiatives to drive a high-performing culture - Partner with DEI team to organize data and presentations for DEI reviews HR Connector & Execution - Explaining human resources policies, procedures, laws, and standards to new and existing employees and connecting them to the appropriate HR Center of Excellence - In partnership with the HR Business Partner, implementing HR initiatives, policies, and programs across wide array of HR functions - Provides day-to-day thought partnership and guidance on performance management to people managers (e.g., coaching, counseling, career development, disciplinary actions). Employee Relations & Employee Experience - Driving new ways of working through new and ongoing change management efforts   - Referring employees to Employee Relations to address any employment relations issues, such as Ethics-point complaints or harassment allegations - Reviewing employee engagement results and driving action planning - Analyzes trends and metrics in partnership with the internal HR team to develop talent solutions Compensation - Supporting annual compensation process (MPACT) and off cycle promotions process - Completes initial salary recommendations and internal equity reviews in partnership with compensation - Help drive deeper understanding of the business and specific roles to support deep drive market reviews - Fully own transfer letter process ensuring all changes are accurately reflected in system
Job ID
2022-10044
Category
Human Resources
Job Locations US-GA-Atlanta
As a Part Time Concierge with Hines, you will make anyone's visit to Atlantic Station and the surrounding community a unique, personal and memorable experience - and even make some wishes come true.  The latest innovation brings an amenity usually found at major resorts or five-star hotels - offering expert advice and support for fully leveraging the possibilities of the center and the city. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:   - Provides information and resources by identifying and clarifying guest needs and desires related to Atlantic Station and the city of Atlanta; answering questions; giving directions and instructions; developing inventories of services; offering commentary of previous guests, managing and screening messages for pick-up purposes. - Provides services requested by acting as intermediary for services such as taxi and travel booking, theater or sports event reservations, and even party or shopping planning.  - Anticipates services required by ascertaining mood and style of guests; identifying options before being asked; developing itineraries.  - Continuously develop knowledge of and build relationships with Atlantic Station vendors and retailers as well as in-depth understanding of the Atlanta area. Participates in educational opportunities; maintaining personal networks.    - Maintains guest privacy and organization reputation by keeping information confidential.    - Enhances department and organization reputation by accepting ownership for accomplishing new and different requests; exploring opportunities to add value to job accomplishments. 
Job ID
2022-10041
Category
Property Management
Job Locations US-TX-Dallas
As an Assistant Construction Manager with Hines, you will act as a member on the Owner’s representative team to assist in the management and coordination of all activities associated with the construction of a base building and/or interior improvements and will work alongside other members of the construction management staff. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:   - Coordinate and facilitate general construction activities and work with the construction management team for each respective project.  - Monitor and review contractors' work as it relates to budget, schedule, and owner's program and assist with various analysis required to help the project team compare various project options regarding construction-related activities.  - Direct activities of architects/engineers. - Prepare construction updates for the development group and/or ownership. - Prepare and monitor cost estimates, budget updates, change order reports. - Review working drawings. - Administer change order procedures and contractor progress payments. - Maintain and monitor the progress of punch lists. - Control project documentation and historical data regarding construction. - Assist Owner and/or tenants in space planning, budget preparation, material selection, cost estimating, construction contracts and cost monitoring. - Encourages a safe working environment and reviews all required OSHA and Worker's Compensation safety and accident reports with the General Contractor.
Job ID
2022-10040
Category
Development
Job Locations US-TX-Houston
As a Senior Engineer with Hines, you will operate and maintain all building systems, troubleshoot operations failures and re-establish building services; act as building systems expert in recognizing deficiencies in current systems, and understand and explain the impact of implementing changes to current systems or installation of new systems. You will also lead a crew in day-to-day operations and maintenance responsibilities, including scheduling personnel and tracking/reporting budgeted and unbudgeted expenses. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:   - Perform general maintenance and repairs on all mechanical, electrical, plumbing and HVAC systems including, but not limited to pumps, chillers, boilers, air compressors and air handling units. - Maintain operation logs and files, where appropriate, to include, but not limited to: central plant operations, chemical consumption logs and other equipment or operation inspection logs specific to the property. - Apply well developed knowledge and skills in HVAC distribution and controls in order to make adjustments and/or corrective actions to resolve work orders. - Maintain ethical, professional and courteous relations with contractors and tenants. - Establish and maintain a cooperative working relationship with the entire operation staff and perform as a team member. - Demonstrate full competency in all current Hines and property emergency procedures including but not limited to: - Assist with directing building occupants with evacuations - Assist with bomb searches - Assist with life safety system alarms - Assist emergency authorities and response teams - Adhere to all Hines and property policies and procedures and perform all duties in a safe manner and help ensure compliance with city, state and federal safety and environmental laws, codes, standards and regulations. - Apply knowledge of how each of the components in the building systems relates operationally to one another and modify and/or install new system(s) as needed. - Identify potential causes for failure of a system(s) and prioritize repair process. - Assist with long-term strategic planning for the property, including budgeting and long-range forecasting. - Support the Maintenance staff with any needs they may have on a day-to-day basis. Included but not limited to, Lighting, Electrical, Plumbing, Mechanical, Décor, Events, etc. - Maintain cleanliness of the shop by leading by example and training subordinate staff.
Job ID
2022-10039
Category
Building Engineering
Job Locations US-DC-Washington
As a Administrative Assistant for Property Management with Hines, you will provide administrative support to a team or department. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:    - Respond to tenant questions and requests via phone, email, and ticketing system - Maintain calendars and coordinate meetings and special events for multiple teams - Code invoices - Assist with projects as assigned by Property Manager, Engineering Manager, and Property Accountant - Provide great customer service in a dynamic, fast paced environment - Manage Conference Room reservation book - Verify, approve, and file COIs for vendors - Update LOB, Vendor and Staff Contact lists and assist with LOB requests - Maintain office systems, phones, filing, supply orders, and general office organization - Help coordinated in-house and outside vendor services related to the facilities operations; this includes but is not limited to, janitorial, pest control, - lamping, carpentry, and maintenance contractors   - As requested, compose various documents such as agreements, correspondence, interoffice memos, reports, charts, and tables - Uploads documents, including invoices, certificates of insurance, to SharePoint - Screens incoming calls, handles all routine matters and forwards only those calls requiring the attention of the next level of management
Job ID
2022-10038
Category
Administrative
Job Locations US-CA-Pleasanton
As an Administrative Assistant with Hines, you will provide administrative support to the Property Management team. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:   - Respond to tenant questions and requests via phone, email, and ticketing system - Maintain calendars and coordinate meetings and special events for multiple teams - Code invoices - Assist with projects as assigned by Property Manager, Engineering Manager, and Property Accountant - Provide great customer service in a dynamic, fast paced environment - Manage Conference Room reservation book - Nexus: Creates purchase order requests for facilities related expenses and projects - Verify, approve, and file COIs for vendors - Maintain office systems, phones, filing, supply orders, and general office organization - Help coordinated in-house and outside vendor services related to the facilities operations; this includes but is not limited to, janitorial, pest control, lamping, carpentry, and maintenance contractors   - As requested, compose various documents such as agreements, correspondence, interoffice memos, reports, charts, and tables - Uploads documents, including invoices, certificates of insurance, to SharePoint - Screens incoming calls, handles all routine matters and forwards only those calls requiring the attention of the next level of management
Job ID
2022-10034
Category
Administrative
Job Locations US-TX-Houston
As a Pilot for Corporate with Hines, you will fly and maintain the Hines company aircraft. Responsibilities include but are not limited to:    - Assist the aircraft Captain in all pre-flight, in-flight, and post flight functions, such as: pre-flight inspections, weather evaluation, planning and implementation of in-flight meal service, crew and passenger transportation, crew accommodations, loading of luggage and cargo, flying, post-flight inspections, aircraft cleaning, stocking, and security  - Assist the aircraft Captain in all delegated tasks  - Assist the Chief Pilot and/or the Assistant Chief Pilot in all aircraft maintenance functions  - Supervise aircraft maintenance as directed by the Chief Pilot and/or the Assistant Chief Pilot  - Post revisions to the Jeppesen, flight, and maintenance manuals  - Maintain office including mail and aircraft stores  - Complies with all written HILP, regional, and departmental company policies
Job ID
2022-10031
Category
Other
Job Locations LU-Luxembourg
As a Corporate Accountant with Hines, you will be supporting our day-to-day corporate accounting activities of the fund management company. You will be responsible for all management and financial accounting, and financial reporting. We are looking for a bright individual, part qualified accountant (CIMA, ACCA, CPA or similar) looking to apply themselves in a challenging role. You will be required to learn new concepts and process complex often ambiguous data in a short period of time and adjust well to the fast pace the company operates under. You will be working closely with the fund accounting teams, European treasury, transfer agent, corporate finance, compliance, legal as well as 3rd party service providers. The role will be based in our Luxembourg office in Kirchberg. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:    - Oversee maintenance of the general ledger in J.D Edwards for management companies and ensure completeness, accuracy, and consistency of financial records. - Assist on all accounting and financial matters of the group companies. Prepare analysis and make recommendations. - Prepare and reconcile inter-company accounts. - Coordinate the preparation of the tax returns. - Assist in the preparation of the Annual Accounts under LuxGaap or UKGaap. Participate in IRFS consolidations. - Promote automation in finance and improvement of processes. - Maintain close working relationship with internal stakeholders such as the fund accounting teams, legal, compliance, treasury, etc. - Monitor and ensure that all deadlines are met as agreed with Corporate Finance. - Coordinate with internal and external auditors and provide full support for audit and review of financial statements. - Prepare information and promptly answer queries for audits, as needed. - Ensure regular financial reporting requirements are completed both accurately and within deadlines. - Participate in ad-hoc projects and assume additional responsibilities as part of development.
Job ID
2022-10030
Category
Finance
Job Locations US-TX-Houston
As a Vice President - Corporate Operations with Hines, you will be responsible for providing corporate leadership of the firm’s model for premier operations services. This includes providing the strategic planning and vision to maintain the firm’s industry leading position via the development of standards, programs, policies, and reporting requirements. This position supports the properties, regions and funds in business activities that may be impacted by operations. This position leads, as well as conducts, the on-site assessment program that is designed to identify risk at the property level and evaluate compliance with operations standards while providing training and support to employees. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:  - Department Functions: - Hire, develop, and manage the performance of corporate operations staff. - Negotiate contracts and national agreements and assure delivery of services are being upheld. - Assist in the research of new technologies being introduced to CRE. - Prepare and manage annual budget, including recoveries and variance explanations. - Provide an annual assessment/support visit schedule to regional leadership and assure visits are performed. - Communicate all operations initiatives firm-wide. - Coordinate and host Property Management Conferences. - Manage/participate in internal programs and working groups: - BOMA Office EER Survey - Tenant Satisfaction Survey - Tenant Retention Survey - Cybersecurity Initiative - PM/FM Conference(s) - Best Practices - Business Technology Coordination Group - Property Management/Operations Leadership - Crisis Management - Pandemic Team - Innovation & COES Coordination - Essential Functions: - Provide a resource role to assist properties, regions and central management with long range and day-to-day issues, opportunities, and emergencies. - Assume the role in maintaining product quality and continuity, where appropriate, on a company-wide basis. - Develop and maintain contractor relations on a national basis. - Provide operations guidance as required to ownership in the areas of building operations, capital project management and start-up and/or disposition activities. - Conduct operations assessments of properties in accordance with the current assessment guidelines and scheduling. - Serve as a resource in the further development of regional property management personnel. - Provide support to the regions/properties on operations matters pertaining to new development, acquisition, or third-party management projects. - Participate in maintaining and producing firm-wide industry related or Hines-specific reporting. - Participate in the development and recommendation policies of programs consistent with the firm’s business objectives. - Engage with the Learning and Development department in developing and maintaining training materials. - Travel as required to meet position responsibilities. - Provide emergency or crisis support to regions and properties. - Other Functions: - May engage with Central Engineering with development of programs or to co-support regions and properties. - May engage in supporting operations business activity in foreign countries. - May engage in special projects and programs related to changes in the industry or related technologies. - May develop additional national contract opportunities. - May develop and recommend, where appropriate, additional benchmark/historical performance measures. - May represent Hines in select business, community and industry organizations and groups. - Carry out other duties as assigned by Senior Vice President - COES.
Job ID
2022-10025
Category
Operations
Job Locations US-TX-Houston | US-CA-San Francisco | US-IL-Chicago | US-New York
As an Analyst for the Early Experience Rotation Program with Hines, you will receive a hands-on learning experience, the ability to gain exposure to multiple disciplines within the firm, and the opportunity to make a meaningful impact. Throughout the program, rotational employees will have the opportunity to interface with senior leaders, be mentored by industry experts, and work closely with seasoned professionals. The Rotation Program is a two-year program, spending 1 year in each area within development and investment management.  - Full-time hires will start as a cohort in June of 2023 - Rotation locations may include Chicago, Houston, New York City, DC Metro, Atlanta, Los Angeles or San Francisco - Placement in each location is determined by business demand, and one can look forward to changing geographic locations at least once during the two-year program - Throughout both rotations, you’ll be an integral part of your team and have a wide variety of hands-on experiences. You’ll develop a thorough understanding of the fundamentals of relationship management, underwriting and portfolio management - You’ll receive ongoing mentorship and career development from seasoned leaders, helping you build the necessary skills, competencies and experiences to accelerate your career. Challenging team and individual projects, client interaction, broad business exposure, along with an immersion into multiple areas of the business - Upon program completion, you’ll be given the opportunity to explore roles within Hines across all business areas and geographies Within Investment Management, rotations might include: - Fund management, portfolio management/modeling, debt financing, investor relations, capital markets, Digital Strategy, ESG, SPO - Underwriting of potential fund investments, create financial models as part of investment underwriting process, creation of investment materials - Contact & meet with other real estate professionals including investors, developers, landlords and other brokers Within Development: - Participate in the management of existing projects - Financial analysis, acquisition opportunities, feasibility analysis, entitlement processes, market research and construction management - Participation in design meetings, interfacing with sellers and capital partners, & investor requirements
Job ID
2022-10026
Category
Development
Job Locations US-CO-Denver
As a Lead Engineer with Hines, you will operate and maintain all building systems, troubleshoot operations failures and re-establish building services; act as building systems expert in recognizing deficiencies in current systems, and understand and explain the impact of implementing changes to current systems or installation of new systems. You will also lead a crew in day-to-day operations and maintenance responsibilities, including scheduling personnel and tracking/reporting budgeted and unbudgeted expenses. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:   - Perform general maintenance and repairs on all mechanical, electrical, plumbing and HVAC systems including, but not limited to pumps, chillers, boilers, air compressors and air handling units - Make adjustments and changes to HVAC and related equipment in order to maintain established operating criteria within the guidelines set forth by the Supervisor - Perform general repairs, maintenance and replacement of building components including, but not limited to: building fixtures and appliances, plumbing, electrical and A/C controls - Maintain operation logs and files, where appropriate, to include, but not limited to: central plant operations, chemical consumption logs and other equipment or operation inspection logs specific to the property - Apply well developed knowledge and skills in HVAC distribution and controls in order to make adjustments and/or corrective actions to resolve work orders
Job ID
2022-10006
Category
Building Engineering
Job Locations US-UT-Salt Lake City
As a Building Engineer with Hines, you will maintain basic operation and maintenance of all building equipment and systems by routinely reviewing operating conditions and established programs with Supervisor to understand and resolve any abnormal operating issues. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: - Perform preventive maintenance and repairs on all mechanical, electrical, plumbing and HVAC systems including, but not limited to pumps, chillers, boilers, air compressors and air handling units. - Make adjustments and changes to HVAC and related equipment in order to maintain established operating criteria within the guidelines set forth by the Supervisor.  - Perform general repairs, maintenance and replacement of building components including, but not limited to: building fixtures and appliances, plumbing and electrical. - Participate in the water treatment chemical programs established in the property. - Maintain operation logs and files, where appropriate, to include, but not limited to: central plant operations, chemical consumption logs and other equipment or operation inspection logs specific to the property. - Apply working knowledge and skills in HVAC distribution and controls in order to make adjustments and/or corrective actions to resolve work orders. - Provide prompt and courteous response to tenant requests within the guidelines set forth by Hines. - Maintain ethical, professional, and courteous relations with contractors and tenants. - Establish and maintain a cooperative working relationship with the entire operation staff and perform as a team member. - Demonstrate full competency in all current Hines and property emergency procedures including but not limited to: - Assist with directing building occupants with evacuations. - Assist with bomb searches. - Assist with life safety system alarms. - Assist emergency authorities and response teams. - Utilize fire alarm and life safety systems at assigned property and make adjustments as needed. - Adhere to all Hines and property policies and procedures and perform all duties in a safe manner and help ensure compliance with city, state and federal safety and environmental laws, codes, standards, and regulations. - Actively participate in required training activities and seminars.
Job ID
2022-10023
Category
Building Engineering
Job Locations US-NY-New York | US-NY-New York
As the Sustainability Analyst with Hines, you will uphold and work towards finding new, innovative, and economically reductive strategies to become a more sustainable entity. Support the development and implementation of company-wide sustainability and environmental strategies and policies. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:   - Pursue and track key client goals including energy reduction targets, water conservation, waste diversion and sustainable building certifications - Participate in the development of meaningful and realistic reduction targets - Work closely with facilities and engineering teams to develop and deploy smart building solutions to drive cost savings and operational efficiency - Develop and present monthly sustainability progress reports. Compare past, present and future status - Report annual sustainability project spend and budgets - Provide oversight and direction in conducting LEED, WELL and FitWel certifications across a portfolio - Provide strategic leadership in the areas of sustainability management, including development and review of performance criteria for outside service contracts - Utilize various software to create programmatic dashboards and trackers - Create program purchase orders to track program budget spend
Job ID
2022-10019
Category
Facilities Management

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