At Disney, we‘re storytellers. We make the impossible, possible. We do this through utilizing and developing cutting-edge technology and pushing the envelope to bring stories to life through our movies, products, interactive games, parks and resorts, and media networks. Now is your chance to join our talented team that delivers unparalleled creative content to audiences around the world.Lease review, scope review and lease outline drawing (LOD) assistanceTenant space assessment, vacancy assessment, conceptual assessmentSite feasibility assessmentManage design approval process for Operating Participant projectsEngage required stakeholders for comprehensive feedbackReviewing construction documents for adherence to Landlord standards and design criteriaCommunication with Tenant design team throughout project lifecycleTrack deadlines and deliverables timelinesUpdate standards and specifications for future projectsOversee construction permitting processGather pre-construction documentation and support functionsMonitor construction progress, reporting, and updates to leadershipand stakeholdersManage project logistics with local stakeholdersTracking project milestones and advising on change management issuesInterface between Tenant, Tenant Contractor, and LandlordMonitor safety policies and practices on projectsCoordinate Landlord systems integration into Tenant projectMonitor final inspections and pre-opening activitiesCollect documentation and archiving project informationProject database and maintenance information recordingManage the Tenant Allowance payment disbursement process. Basic Qualifications3-5 Years of construction project management experience, as either: owner’s representative, tenant project coordinator, project engineer, and/or project managerAbility to manage multiple projects, each at various stages in the design/construction processUnderstanding of construction best practices, safety, policy and procedures.Ability to read and interpret construction drawingsProven facilitator with the ability to lead project coordination meetings, drive commitments, accountability, and deliverablesDemonstrate critical thinking ability and strategic planning skillsOrganized, self-starter with the ability to multi-taskComfortable with technology platformsAbility to adjust in a rapidly changing environmentFamililarity with Walt Disney World Parks and ResortsProven experience and familiarity with building codes, fire codes, regulations/agencies at the local, state and national levelStrong written and oral communication skills.Process driven, ability to organize process, create project pathwaysTeam player, ability to build strong relationships with cross functional teams within WDW Preferred QualificationsKnowledge of Landlord/Tenant lease/contract structureExperience with Retail and Food & Beverage construction projectsExperience with the Reedy Creek Improvement District (local Building Department) Required Education Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in a related field (Engineering, Construction Management, Architecture). Preferred Education Project Management Professional (PMP) accredidtation, General Contractor License, and/or Professional Engineer licenseProficiency with Bluebeam REVU and Microsoft SharePoint Additional Information©Disney is an equal opportunity employer. Drawing Creativity from Diversity.
“We make magic.” That’s our motto at Walt Disney Parks and Resorts. And it permeates everything we do. At Disney, you’ll help inspire that magic by enabling our teams to push the limits of entertainment and create the never-before-seen!
The Operating Participants Tenant Coordination (OPTC) team supports the Operating Participants Department acting as the owner’s representative/liaison between the Tenant and Walt Disney Parks & Resorts (WDPR) throughout the Tenant design and construction process on WDP&R properties, after lease signing through Tenant opening. The OPTC team is responsible for acting in the best interest of WDP&R in accordance to the lease document. The OPTC team ensures the Tenant follows proper policies and procedures when working on a WDP&R property.
The OPTC Project Coordinator will work with the OPD on new and existing Tenants on WDW property. The OPTC Project Coordinator will have a heavy focus on managing the Tenant design approval process along with the construction lifecycle for individual Tenant projects at Walt Disney World Resort (WDW). This role requires attention to detail, an understanding of both the design and construction process, knowledge of project management practices, familiarization with local building codes and safety policies. The Project Coordinator is the primary liaison with a Tenant on all matters of design and construction. The OPTC Project Coordinator must communicate and engage all project stakeholders on issue resolution, construction conflicts, quality control, and timely delivery of finished projects.