The CMA is always looking for talented, passionate people to join our team. If you're committed to advocacy that drives meaningful change on issues that matter to the health care system in Canada, and like bringing innovative ideas to solve complex problems, our team could be a great fit for you. We seek out professionals who are true team players, thrive on collaboration and are eager to make change happen — to provide the best service to members.
Why work at the CMA
Our competitive compensation package includes flexible health benefits, generous vacation time, a solid pension plan and a variety of retirement savings options.
Supportive work environment
We offer a variety of health and wellness programs and flexible work arrangements to accommodate diverse needs, and encourage and support our employees to suggest and implement change.
Highly engaged co-workers
The CMA scores 91% in overall employee engagement and 95% of our employees are proud to work here.
To stay agile in an ever-changing world, we make sure our employees have training opportunities and the chance to apply their new learning on the job.
We encourage our employees to give back to their communities and ensure everyone on the CMA team has one day a year to volunteer with an organization of their choice.
Dedicated to diversity
The CMA is an equal opportunity employer dedicated to diversity and to providing an inclusive workspace for all. Please let us know if you require any assistance or accommodation during the recruiting and hiring process.
If you have questions about working for the CMA, please contact us.
Driving meaningful change in health care
Advocating on issues that matter to the profession and their patients
With cannabis use now legal in Canada, we continue to advocate for a science-based, public health approach to the substance — and actively support physicians with information and resources about cannabis use for medical purposes.
Prescribing medication is a key part of many physicians’ practice. Yet the high cost of prescription drugs can make them inaccessible to many Canadians. For more than three decades, the CMA has been a strong advocate for affordable prescription medications.