Asset Renewal Management Advisor

Fixed Term, 8 Months

Posted on 4/18/2024

Infrastructure Ontario

Infrastructure Ontario

501-1,000 employees

Manages public assets and infrastructure development

Real Estate

Mid, Senior

Toronto, ON, Canada

Required Skills
Financial analysis
  • Minimum five years of experience in the asset management industry including capital project delivery, and development of financial models.
  • Post-secondary degree in Asset Management, Real Estate, Business, Architecture, Transportation or Engineering.
  • Knowledge of financial analysis and capital investment planning.
  • Knowledge of asset condition assessment and life-cycle planning would be an asset.
  • Strong customer relationship experience including management of service providers, and the ability to balance multiple needs by various stakeholders.
  • Knowledge of linear assets would be an asset.
  • Knowledge of government funding cycle.
  • Knowledge of asset/land/building related legislation would be an asset.
  • Knowledge of financial analysis and capital investment planning.
  • Experience implementing capital reinvestment plans, and knowledge of the impacts associated with project delivery.
  • Excellent skills to research, analyze, and summarize information to prepare financial models, reports and presentations for senior level decision makers and ministries.
  • Provide strategic and analytical Capital Planning support to stakeholders and client ministries.
  • Develop and maintain a ministry-specific inventory based on applicable design standards.
  • Support the overall asset investment planning process including training, analysis and continuous improvement.
  • Oversee the collection of asset inventory, cost, condition for assessments while providing data quality reviews and strategic advice.
  • Develop and coordinate development of the Program Review, Renewal and Transformation reports and business cases.
  • Develop various types of real estate and other business analyses for capital reinvestment.
  • Create reports and presentations to assist both senior management and applicable ministry management in decision making.
  • Identify and develop asset management tools, reports and metrics to assist with clients’ annual budget submissions.
  • Research assumptions and industry trends.
  • Liaise with internal and external stakeholders to source accurate and reliable assumptions for cost and life-cycle planning models.
  • Identify continuous improvements to current process from research materials and industry trends.
  • Ensure strong working relationships and coordination of efforts with Capital Management stakeholders.
  • Interact with internal experts, project stakeholders and service providers for coordinating tasks and collecting data/information.
  • Meet with client ministries on a regular basis to gain in-depth understanding of their programs, needs and processes.
  • Oversee project budget and schedule and provide recommendations and solutions if required.
  • Ability to monitor the service provider’s quality of work and identify red flags in a fast-paced environment.
  • Develop and recommend process improvements to support client’s capital planning needs.
  • Review and develop solutions in current processes to ensure efficiency and consistency and opportunities for synergies within IO and other clients.
  • Create and deliver training and marketing material and provide ongoing support to client and IO staff.
  • Gather consensus among client stakeholders to incorporate additional processes which would increase the scope of IO’s efforts.
  • Develop Asset Renewal Management Material as Required.
  • Develop materials to market LAMP services to internal teams and potential clients within the OPS.
  • Develop training material to be used by clients, service provider, and internal stakeholders.

Infrastructure Ontario

Infrastructure Ontario


Infrastructure Ontario specializes in leveraging various contracting and commercial models to create value from public assets, providing leadership on assets and programs throughout their lifecycle. Their "one-stop shop" approach works with public and private sector partners to turn government decisions into actions, focusing on creating unique value for taxpayers through infrastructure development and management.

Company Stage


Total Funding



Toronto, Canada



Growth & Insights

6 month growth


1 year growth


2 year growth