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Executive Director

Executive Director

Canadian Museums Association


JOB TYPE :Permanent Full-time

LANGUAGE REQUIRED :Bilingual (English/French)

Young Canada Works :No

Telework :Yes

SALARY :$130,000 – $150,000


Canadian Museums Association, Executive Director

The Canadian Museum Association acknowledges that its Secretariat is located on the unceded, unsurrendered  territory of the Algonquin Anishnaabeg. We extend our appreciation for the opportunity to live and learn on this territory in mutual respect and gratitude. The CMA also acknowledges that as a national association, its work relates to other First Nations, Inuit, Métis, and urban Indigenous peoples. We are committed to demonstrate respect for these nations and groups by supporting their inherent right to self-determination and control of their heritage, culture, and cultural patrimony as reaffirmed by UNDRIP . the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP).

The Canadian Museums Association (CMA) is the voice of Canada’s vibrant museum community—from small, volunteer-driven organizations to national institutions—and for the millions of Canadians, as well as visitors to Canada, whose lives are enriched by museums every day. CMA is headquartered in Ottawa and advocates for enhanced public policies and support; builds skills across the profession through bursaries; and, establishes and inspires connections within the sector to foster deeper collaboration, empathy, and shared purpose. In 2015, the CMA was named in the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s Call to Action #67, to deliver a report and recommendations as part of a national review of museum policies and their relationship with United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. Moved to Action, the CMA has activated meaningful discussions around reconciliation and Indigenous self-determination across the ecosystem, ultimately sustaining and strengthening museums within the country.

At this auspicious time, a time where adding great value to members is of primary focus, the CMA invites applications and nominations for the role of Executive Director—a position that will speak to a collaborative leader inspired by the opportunity to support a plurality of cultural institutions from coast  to coast to coast.

Among other responsibilities, the Executive Director will help the sector become more responsive to a range of communities—as cultural institutions have been asked to demonstrate a deep and abiding commitment to spotlighting a mosaic of interests, stories, topics, conversations, narratives, depictions, and matters of historical and contemporary relevance. The Executive Director will also support and advocate for its members across Canada, working with a number of entities and partners (including the federal government), on matters that relate to funding, public policy, and strategic visioning for the future.

The candidate most likely to realize success in the role is a consummate champion for museums, and has the fluency and fortitude to convey just how important museums are to the social, economic, and cultural fabric of the country. They bring several years of leadership experience, preferably gained within a complex not-for-profit and/or membership organization, or will have the ability to convey their strong affinity and connection to the sector should they bring compelling leadership experience from outside it. The Executive Director possesses the ability to effectively synthesize information and, following this, produces unifying messages that the greater community gets behind. The new leader will: bring strong financial, budgeting, grant-writing, and fundraising acumen; advocate on behalf of the sector when engaged with partners and governmental bodies; be staunchly committed to Indigeneity, reconciliation, and self-determination for Indigenous Peoples; and, be committed to advancing equity, diversity, inclusion, and accessibility in their varying forms. The ideal candidate is conversant in both English and French, and additional languages are considered an asset.  The incumbent will possesses a degree from a recognized post-secondary institution and International experience is highly valued.

The Canadian Museums Association is committed to ensuring that the search process is inclusive and reflects diversity in all its forms.  We are strongly committed to removing barriers in hiring and in the selection processes for historically marginalized people, including those belonging to the diverse Indigenous communities, Black communities, and other communities of Racialized individuals, as well as those who do not have French or English as their first language, persons with visible / invisible disabilities, members of the 2SLGBTQ+ community, people with lived /living experience with mental health, women or those belonging to one or more of the many equity-deserving communities.

The Canadian Museums Association believes in fostering inclusive environments and will provide accommodations at any stage of the hiring process in alignment with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA).  If you require accommodations at any stage of the hiring process, please notify Melissa Sumnauth at the email address noted below.

Canadian Museums Association is partnering with BIPOC Executive Search to ensure an applicant list that is as diverse and as intersectional as possible. All interested applicants can send their résumé to Melissa Sumnauth by e-mailing [email protected], or can apply through the BIPOC Executive Search mobile app.

We thank everyone for their expression of interest—and are truly appreciative of the time individuals put into applying—but with the limitations of time only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

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