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Workplace Intelligence (Strategy) Consultant – Vice President

Cresa Consulting Group Phoenix, AZ
  • Expired: over a month ago. Applications are no longer accepted.

Position Summary:

Cresa Consulting Group (CCG) is seeking a highly talented individual to deliver ‘real-world’ implementable solutions through workplace intelligence (strategy) consulting services. This role will be part of an ambitious team that is changing the way operations and real estate decisions are made.

CCG strives to produce “A+” work product, always exceeding industry standards. The Workplace Strategy Consultant is entrusted to enhance clients’ performance by driving the use of information and technology through strategy, process, system, structural and behavioral change across a wide range of sectors. This consultant will develop strategies derived from understanding the business, building insight, and creating the design and delivery of organizational change management.

CCG will rely on this person to manage and/or deliver multiple projects at once, engage with client and Cresa Advisors globally to deliver integrated consulting and advisory services. Consultant will have a high-level of autonomy to work when and where you prefer, assuming you deliver per consultant engagement agreements with clients.

Specific Responsibilities:

  • Work with the Managing Principal to develop and produce business, define project scopes, write proposals and deliver projects to successful results for clients and CCG
  • Lead and manage a team that will serve multiple client projects across varying stages of progress and effectively balance a diverse set of responsibilities
  • Lead, produce and/or deliver workplace intelligence (strategy) engagements and work directly with client stakeholders to develop and implement comprehensive workplace strategies and environments, including end user interviews, utilization studies, employee surveys, benchmarking, visioning work sessions , etc. that align with the business strategy.
  • Ability to think from both an organizational demand and building supply perspective, with a great understanding of the relationship between the two.
  • Demonstrate knowledge of experience in qualitative and quantities research methods, agile/flexible/activity based working concept design, space budgeting, test-fit creation/oversight, workplace concept/guideline development, and the use of technology as an enabler
  • Seeks out innovation and best practice across all areas of the role – brings new ideas and thinking to client work and also to internal processes and operations.
  • Leverage technology systems and tools in support of workplace intelligence (strategy) engagements to be used to gather, document, analyze and convey findings to clients.
  • Produce workplace Intelligence (strategy) engagement deliverables per CCG’s methodology and approach.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Strong technical and analytical focus
  • Strong interpersonal skills and problem-solving ability
  • Strong sense of urgency to achieve timely, quality results
  • Excellent verbal and written communication and presentation skills
  • Ability to work independently, pro-active, yet work within a team environment
  • Strong organizational and time management skills
  • Ability and willingness to travel per client agreements (estimated 0-20%)

Education, Training & Experience:

  • Bachelor’s degree in sociology, urban planning, behavioral psychology, design or equivalent.
  • 10+ years’ workplace intelligence (or similar) and change management experience with demonstrated ability to handle multiple projects, numerous deadlines, and conflicting priorities.
  • Familiarity with architectural drawings; furniture, fixtures, and equipment; design and space planning concepts; construction costs and schedules.
  • Computer skills, proficient with use of Microsoft Office suite, Adobe Acrobat, InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop, AutoCAD and/or REVIT
  • Outstanding ability to help client navigate financial and non-financial factors to determine optimal solutions
  • Ability to influence and manage client stakeholders using superior relationship building, communication, and leadership skills


The job description is an overview of the functions and requirements for this position. This document is not intended to be an exhaustive list encompassing every duty and requirement of this position; your supervisor may assign other duties as deemed necessary.

Cresa Consulting Group

Why Work Here?

Our close-knit team thrives in dynamic environments, is driven by intellectual curiosity & has a maniacal commitment to serving our clients.

Our core mantra is "Strategy through Implementation." The Cresa Consulting Group (CCG) is an integrated service line within Cresa. With a strong multidimensional team, CCG helps clients make educated decisions around operations, labor, location, logistics and real estate - aligning a company's operational plan with a forward-looking real estate plan, and creating leverage for incentive negotiations. CCG's consulting services are applicable to all industries and segments, including office, industrial, healthcare, biopharma, government and technology. Learn some about the team and services here: Cresa is the world’s largest occupier-only commercial real estate firm. In representing occupiers exclusively — no landlords, no developers — we provide unbiased, conflict-free advice. Our integrated services cover every aspect of a real estate transaction from site selection and financing to project management and relocation services. We offer our clients customized solutions with nearly 60 offices in 75 markets worldwide. For more information, visit


Phoenix, AZ