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Membership and Contracts Coordinator

Application Deadline: 05 September 2023

Membership and Contracts Coordinator

Full Time / Permanent 36.25 hours per week

2023 Salary - $755.91 Weekly / $39,307.32 Annually

Employer Pension Contributions at 11.5% on top of Salary

Full individual or family Health & Dental Plan

Located at TMA Offices

Part of UNIFOR 2003E-50 Collective Bargaining Unit

Be part of a small team dedicated to serving professional musicians in the Greater Toronto Area. Toronto Musicians’ Association (TMA) is Local 149 of the Canadian Federation of Musicians (CFM) and American Federation of Musicians (AFM). Together with the CFM and AFM, TMA aims to serve 3,000 professional musicians through organizing, promulgation, collective bargaining, and maintenance of agreements, as well as the development and delivery of services that improve musicians’ quality of life. If you believe in the power of music, respect the musician’s role in the creation, performance and recording of music, and respect a musician’s right to professional standards and quality of life, the professional staff at TMA is a great team for you.

The Membership and Contracts Coordinator position calls for multitasking with data tasks, while providing great service and information to past, current, and potential members. Additionally, the role will also be expected to fill in for many other tasks listed below as part of a small team with an increasing emphasis on flexibility to best serve all members.


  • Communicate with and support current, prospective, and former members and other stakeholders when asked questions via phone, email or in person.
  • Process and complete data entry of membership applications, membership dues payments and contracts
  • Update and verify TMA membership and contract files
  • Maintain and track mail and phone call distribution
  • Provide support for meetings and special event
  • Learn and understand TMA/AFM/CFM contracting system and all agreements.
  • Follow-up with engagers and leaders/contractors for required AFM/CFM/TMA paperwork and payments.


  • you demonstrate administrative experience such as updating files, arranging meetings, processing payments.
  • you can use social media, the web, database applications, computer equipment and related software such as Microsoft Office and Windows.
  • you have excellent oral and written communication skills.
  • your interpersonal skills enable you to work effectively as a team member with minimal supervision.
  • you can provide effective consultation services and contribute to complex briefing notes and materials.
  • you can develop and maintain strong relationships with members, staff, board, engagers, and other stakeholders.
  • you demonstrate initiative and good judgement by using appropriate methods of time management and organization
  • you can prioritize your workload while meeting conflicting deadlines.


Knowledge of Musicians and Live Performance and Recording Sectors:

  • you have knowledge of the professional music sector and music contracting in order to analyze, record and prepare documents, and explain procedures.

Submit maximum one page CV and one page Cover Letter to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by Tuesday, September 5th, 2023 @ 11:59 PM

TMA is committed to building a diverse staff and strongly encourages applications from equity seeking, underrepresented, or marginalized communities.

We acknowledge we work, live, and play on the traditional territory of many nations including the Mississaugas of the Credit, the Anishnabeg, the Chippewa, the Haudenosaunee and the Wendat peoples.