Founded in 1951, Iron Mountain Incorporated (NYSE: IRM) is the global leader in storage and information management services. Iron Mountain is committed to storing, managing and transforming what our customers value most, from paper records to data to priceless works of art and culture. Providing a full suite of solutions – records and information management, data management, digital solutions, data centers and secure destruction – Iron Mountain enables organizations to lower storage costs, comply with regulations, recover from disaster, and protect their data and assets from a complex world. Visit the company website at www.ironmountain.com for more information.
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The Director, Facility Program Management will work closely with the VP to develop and communicate standards for proper preventative maintenance of critical facility equipment including security equipment, assist in the identification and on-boarding of appropriate vendors, coordinate training with FMGlobal (Iron Mountain’s insurer) and local personnel and develop a quality assurance process to track compliance with global standards. The Director will also work closely with GRE’s Project Delivery personnel to coordinate large capital maintenance projects including Facility Upgrade Program projects to ensure that any operating expenses related to these projects are properly forecasted. Should any geography not already being served directly by GRE desire to move their facility management program to GRE directly under a fully or partially centralized program, the Director will assist the VP in working closely with that country’s leadership to properly transition this work.
In geographies where GRE delivers facility management services directly the Director will take a leadership role in communicating to internal clients, in managing outsourced partners, in partnering with Global Procurement and our outsourced partners to drive cost effectiveness and quality in delivery of services and in the budgeting, forecasting, quality assurance, reporting and financial oversight of the services the function delivers. As requested by the VP, the Director will take on responsibility for energy efficiency and utility spend with a goal to employ procurement strategies that contain the firm’s cost of electricity and will work closely with the Corporate Social Responsibility organization to ensure that environmental sustainable programs can be properly reported and that energy use reductions can be properly reported.
The Director, Facility Program Management will build strong relationships with business and operational leaders across the globe and as well as relationships with the following key functions; GRE’s Project Delivery leaders in Developed and Emerging Markets; GRE’s senior leadership team, IRM’s M&A team, regional Global Security, Risk and Safety leaders.
AREA AND NATURE OF IMPACT:
This position will impact the risk profile of Iron Mountain’s global real estate portfolio as well as the costs of maintaining IRMs facilities in a safe and compliant way. The successful execution of projects and the successful delivery of the facility management programs are critical not only to Iron Mountain’s internal businesses and their ability to deliver their contracted services to external clients but also to Global Real Estate’s reputation with the business as a trusted and strategic partner. Additionally, as Iron Mountain continues to expand it is important that all critical equipment be maintained in a consistent, safe, secure and compliant condition in order to protect our employees, to ensure protection of our clients’ products and to protect Iron Mountain’s assets. If the Facility management team does not deliver its maintenance projects and facility services appropriately, loss of property or life, damage to clients’ property and the inability to accommodate new clients are all potential downsides.
The role is based in Boston but will require significant travel (40%) to both domestically and internationally.
It is the responsibility of every Iron Mountain employee: