Building Manager

The building Manager is responsible for the business relations relating to the entirety of services linked to his specialty within a business or network sector. He solves problems of a very high complexity with the elaboration and implementation of an integrated service offer. He assumes the responsibility of projects that could have an impact on the current business models. He assumes the role of a content expert and of a contact person for his unit and his clients.

Level of education

  • Relevant experience in management and administration


  • Between $ 47,000 and $ 80,000 depending on experience


  • Establish interpersonal relationships
  • To negotiate
  • Care for well-being at work
  • Sense of precision
  • Analyzing, deducing and understanding

Description of Tasks

Advise and support the business sector or the network in the positioning, planning, development and implementation of solutions developed in its specialty and effectively meeting the business needs of its customers.

Anticipate and understand the evolution of customers' business needs by constant monitoring, in order to influence the development and evolution of the service offer of their unit in their area of ​​expertise and influence the development of the client's business plan or master plan based on strategic planning.

Ensure optimal performance of the entire service by coordinating and accompanying advisers in his specialty as well as the various partners involved in delivering solutions to customers and coordinate and participate in project teams multidisciplinary on complex mandates related to its expertise and having an impact on the organization or the entire network of caisses.

Finally ensure the coordination of the various projects of his specialty.

Be responsible for files that require extensive and in-depth expertise as well as a broad knowledge of the various disciplines specific to his area of ​​expertise.

Represent their unit on various committees made up of members of senior management or decision-making bodies.

Act as a resource person with unit members and customers.