ACNMP seeks Volunteer Treasurer!

The ACNMP seeks an energetic and self-motivated individual to work with the Board of Directors and Contemporary Showcase Coordinators in the volunteer capacity of Treasurer.

Job Title: Treasurer

Job Location: Toronto/Mississauga

Job Description: 

This volunteer position, also a Board member position, is responsible for the day to day financial transactions of the organization. Working with Board members and Canadian regional centre coordinators, typical transactions include making and logging deposits, issuing cheques and issuing receipts for donations. 

On a quarterly basis during the Board meeting, the Treasurer will report on the financial activities and health of ACNMP. Annually, the Treasurer will coordinate with an external Accountant to prepare and audit the year end statements. These audited statements will be used to prepare the annual mandatory tax filing. The bulk of the transactions occur around the time of the regional Contemporary Showcases typically held in the fall across Canada. The work is concentrated around October through February and the weekly requirement is several hours during this peak time. The “off season” between March and September require minimal maintenance where a few hours are required per month.

Desired requirements:

-CPA, student or member

-Microsoft Excel, Access

Please send cover letter and resume to apply for this position:

About ACNMP:

The Alliance for Canadian New Music Projects (ACNMP) is an organization dedicated to the promotion of Canadian contemporary music. Throughout our history, it has been our mission to encourage teachers to teach Canadian contemporary music, to motivate students to study and perform this music, and to encourage Canadian composers to write music for students of all levels from the most junior to the paraprofessional.

Our Mission

To commission, promote, and preserve Canadian contemporary music as a cornerstone of our national heritage by fostering its performance among students, teachers, and performers through education, festivals, and workshops.