The CCA is always searching for ingenious individuals to join our team. If you feel your profile could be good for the CCA, please let us know by sending a recent copy of your CV with a covering letter by email to, or by fax at 514-939-7012.

The following are positions currently open at the CCA. To view the full job description and requirements, please open the PDF file as indicated. We thank all candidates for taking the time to consider the CCA. Only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

The CCA is an equal opportunity employer.




Based on its extensive Collection, exhibitions, programs, and research opportunities, the Canadian Centre for Architecture (CCA) is a leading voice in advancing knowledge, promoting public understanding, and widening thought and debate on architecture, its history, theory, practice, and role in society today. The guiding purpose of the Collection is to make comprehensive and integrated bodies of material available for advanced, interdisciplinary research in order to reveal the changing character of thought of cultural and intellectual circles of the past, and point to the future of architectural thinking and practice.

The responsibilities of this job include the management of and creative thinking about access to CCA Collection (Library, Archives, Photography Collection). This requires an emphasis upon the conception, implementation and administration of cataloguing policies and procedures, notably for born digital archives and reference both online and on site. The incumbent supervises the Cataloguing and the Reference teams, and manages projects and on on-going activities of the digital (online) and physical access to the Collection.


We are seeking an experienced fundraising professional to provide strategic leadership and operational expertise for the fundraising efforts of the Canadian Centre for Architecture (CCA). Reporting to the CCA Director, and being an active member of the Management Committee, the Associate Director, Development works in close collaboration with all CCA divisions, as well as with senior management, the Board of Trustees and the members of the Development Committee. The new incumbent will play an important role in fostering and enhancing relationships with current and potential CCA supporters including individuals, corporations, foundations and government.