At Human Space, we believe in a human-centered approach to design that considers people first and incorporates broadest perspectives to arrive at better solutions. This means pursuing a comprehensive approach to city building that includes accessibility, wellness and social integration as essential components at all stages of the design process. Human Space is a division of Quadrangle.
Human Space is seeking junior built environment accessibility auditors to take part in accessibility compliance reviews of various facilities and properties within the GTA with the potential to expand to Southern Ontario. The role is very active and hands-on, requiring full days of work. Auditors will work in teams and report to a project manager.
Requirements for the role include:
- An understanding of accessibility compliance requirements and interest in accessibility advocacy;
- Experience in working independently on-site assessments, taking measurements and site photographs;
- Strong ability to collect and organize large data sets;
- Expertise with Microsoft Excel and Word;
- Experience using BlueBeam and/or Adobe Acrobat;
- Proven ability to provide accurate data entry and concise excel data into a meaningful recommendation for the report;
- Experience in creating accessible documents;
- Flexible working schedule –some weeks may require more time commitment than others, including evenings and/or weekends;
- A professional demeanor and the ability to engage with clients on site;
- Ability to work constructively within a team to meet time-sensitive milestones.
Auditors are expected to have their own computers with access to Microsoft Office Suite.
This is an hourly contract position with options for extension. Work is assigned on a project-by-project basis.
If you are interested in the above please email your CV to email@example.com along with a short description of yourself and your interest in the role.
Human Space and Quadrangle are committed to inclusive and accessible employment practices by accommodating applicants with disabilities throughout the hiring process in accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA). Applicants are encouraged to make their needs known in advance if accommodation is required.