Change Management Advisor

Infrastructure Ontario (IO) is a crown agency whose purpose is to build, manage, finance, and enhance the value of Ontario public assets, including Ontario’s public infrastructure, real estate, and government facilities. Our core values include being people-oriented, innovative, client-focused, execution-driven and diligent.


We are currently looking for a Change Management Advisor to support stakeholder communications and activities related to the implementation of Workplace Change Management and the impact on building occupants.


This crucial role reports to the Workplace Change Manager (WCM) leading the Decant and Change Management for the Queen's Park Reconstruction Project (QPRP) and is responsible for supporting stakeholders in implementing the Change Management Framework (CMF) with their staff, developing communication material related to Stakeholder Change Management initiatives supporting employee buy-in.


In this role you will demonstrate a solid understanding of communication content related to workplace change management. You will possess 5 years' experience in preparing communications based on workplace change, experience and knowledge of change management principles and methodologies -( a PROSCI certification is preferred),  along with familiarity with project management approaches, tools and phases of the project lifecycle.


We are looking for individuals with superior oral and written communication skills, along with strong graphic presentation skills with special focus on the preparation of materials for training and development purposes.


Employment in the Real Estate Division is conditional upon obtaining security clearance through the Program & Policy Enablement Branch, Supply Chain Ontario of the Ministry of Government and Consumer Services.


To apply, forward your resume to and reference RE - OREP - CMA1 in the subject line. To learn more about our organization, please visit Infrastructure Ontario is an equal opportunity employer. We will accommodate your needs under the Ontario Human Rights Code.