Contract type: Permanent
Reference number: FIND00648
Working pattern: Full-time
We have an exciting opportunity for a Senior Workplace Analyst to join our Property Support team based in Stratford-Upon-Avon.
You’ll be part of a team of office design experts who analyse our space utilisation across our 350+ properties around the UK.
We ensure that we have the right office space, the right furniture, and the right office design to help our staff perform at their best. You’ll be taking a lead in the team, advising internal stakeholders on how they can use their office space most efficiently, designing new layouts, maximising stored furniture usage, and project managing multiple teams on-site during relocations and reconfigurations.
You’ll build upon your experience of supporting hybrid working programmes through delivering layouts that can reflect best practice for an agile/hybrid working environment. Alongside, gaining further experience to designing and project managing within a commercial environment, and coaching/mentoring junior members of the team.
Due to the nature of the role and the location of our property portfolio, regular travel across the UK will be required. Access to company pool cars is provided.
This role is based in our Tiddington office, just outside Stratford-Upon-Avon. However, we understand how important a positive work-life balance is, so to help you give your best, we offer great facilities when you want to be in an office environment and support to work up to 60% of your hours from home.
You use your experience of office space analysis to deliver exceptional designs that create “great places to work” and maximise efficiencies in the workplace. With a focus on continuous improvement, you’re an experienced professional who takes responsibility for both strategy and delivery on your projects.
You’ll have experience in office space planning, office moves/relocations, and refurbishments from a commercial office space environment.
Building strong relationships with a range of stakeholders and suppliers will come naturally to you, as you use your knowledge of procuring services, managing third parties, and of health & safety legislation to deliver high quality results, on time and on budget.
To join our team, you’ll also have:
When you join our team, you can expect a supportive culture and an attractive range of rewards and benefits including:
We’re one of the UK’s leading general insurance and financial services companies. For over 110 years we’ve put our customers at the heart of everything we do. Our people are just as important to us. We pride ourselves on being “a great place to work” and are one of only 39 companies across the globe, and the only organisation with headquarters in the UK, to receive a Gallup Exceptional Workplace 2022 award. We were also named in the LinkedIn Top 25 Companies List 2021.
We offer a supportive culture where we empower and inspire our people to perform, offer them opportunities to grow, and recognise and reward their contribution. Our people are proud to work for a company that respects them and their communities, and they trust us to be financially sustainable, so we are successful now and in the future.
We are a leading provider of General Insurance and Financial Services. From our strong farming roots we’ve grown to become a UK-wide organisation, turning over £1billion annually. Yet success hasn’t gone to our heads. We’re proud to remain completely customer focused, down-to-earth and committed to the rural communities we’ve grown from.
Our ethos - of trust, respect and personal service - lies at the heart of all we do and has seen us build an enviable reputation for exceptional member loyalty. Though we’ve been in business for over 110 years, we have big ambitions for the future. And that’s why we’re looking for talented people to join our growing organisation. Talented people like you.