ii is Looking for a Few Good People

by | Aug 13, 2014 | Uncategorized

Impact Infrastructure (ii) is undergoing exciting growth. We are expanding our staff to support our upcoming commercial release of our AutoCASE software. AutoCASE is built on a solid foundation of research and happy beta clients. ii has an ambitious research and development schedule, lots of work to do and hence a need for smart people. We are a small team, currently based in Toronto and New York. We have a passion for building sustainable and resilient infrastructure using environmental economics, multiple account cost-benefit, and risk analysis. If you are interested, you can contact me, John Parker at john.parker@autocase.com.

Economist – We are looking for someone experienced in microeconomics. The economist will develop, document, update and maintain a database of environmental
 and social cost, benefits,
 externalities, and
 risks associated with infrastructure and buildings. We are building a bridge between Cost Benefit Analysis (CBA) and Building Information Modelling (BIM) or CBA-BIM. The economist may supervise and mentor other staff, interns and consulting partners. The economist may also be involved in consulting projects, prototyping and testing models, writing documentation, and providing software support. Senior Consultant/Economist – We are also looking for someone experienced in leading teams of economic consultants. The senior economist will work with our clients to implement, customize, and improve our AutoCASE software. AutoCASE values environmental
 and social cost, benefits,
 externalities, and
 risks associated with infrastructure and buildings. The economist will lead teams, supervise and mentor other staff, interns and consulting partners. The economist may also be involved in building the CBA-BIM framework, prototyping and testing models, writing documentation, and providing software support.

Jobs Details

Impact Infrastructure was founded in April 2012 and has offices in Manhattan and Toronto’s Annex at the Centre for Social Innovation. The company’s primary goal is to create a standardized suite of business case analysis tools to promote the development of more sustainable and resilient communities . The Impact Infrastructure team of professionals have played leadership roles in infrastructure development and consulting, project development, delivery and financing, economics, and Sustainable Return on Investment analysis.

Impact Infrastructure’s AutoCASE software automates business case analysis for infrastructure projects. The cloud-based solution plugs into Engineering, Architecture, and Design software and uses design information to quantify the Financial, Economic, Social, and Environmental value of projects. This information can be used so that a diverse range of stakeholders can answer the most important question: “What’s in it for me?” AutoCASE’s benefits include reduced stakeholder pushback, quicker project approval, and the building of more sustainable and resilient communities.

We have a passion for building sustainable and resilient infrastructure .We are looking for economists passionate about environmental economics with experience with cost-benefit and perhaps risk analysis.

Economist

The work of the economist is research and modelling related to quantifying and monetizing externalities associated with infrastructure projects. Some of the research issues we are dealing with are: linking economic concepts, such as willingness to pay, with geographical information systems (GIS) and Building Information Modelling (BIM); the health, air and water quality, property value, etc. of green infrastructure and mapping economic value to points-based rating systems. The economist will develop, document, update and maintain a database of environmental
 and social cost, benefits,
 and
 risks associated with infrastructure and buildings. The economist may also be involved in consulting projects, prototyping and testing models, writing documentation, and providing software support.

The economist may also supervise and mentor other staff, interns and consulting partners. Our preference is to have the economist work in Toronto and that the candidate would have at least a master’s degree in economics.

Senior Consultant/Economist

We are looking for someone experienced in leading teams of economic consultants. The senior economist will work with our clients to improve our AutoCASE software. AutoCASE values environmental
 and social cost, benefits,
 externalities, and
 risks associated with infrastructure and buildings.

Some of challenges our clients face are: customizing AutoCASE for specific projects, risks, and geography, linking economic concepts, such as willingness to pay, with geographical information systems; the health, air and water quality, property value, etc. of green infrastructure and mapping economic value to points-based rating systems. The consulting projects will update and improve our methodology and database of environmental
 and social cost,benefits,
 and
 risks associated with infrastructure and buildings.

The economist will lead teams, supervise and mentor other staff, interns and consulting partners. The economist may also be involved in prototyping and testing models, writing documentation, and providing software support. The candidate would have at least a master’s degree in economics and at least five years experience working as a consultant.

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