Careers

Right To Play is a global team of change-makers motivated by our mission to protect, educate and empower the world’s most vulnerable children to rise above adversity.

We’re always on the lookout for fresh perspectives, professional expertise and creative problem-solvers with a passion for our mission. We have an open and inclusive culture where everyone contributes and has the opportunity to work with smart, curious and talented people committed to bringing positive change to children’s lives.

Current Vacancies

  • Global Director, Country Operations

    The Global Director, Country Operations reports directly to the Chief Program Officer, providing leadership, strategic guidance and technical support to the Country Directors in a global cluster of Right To Play country offices. As part of the Global Programs unit, this position plays an essential role in leading a portfolio of countries across Right To Play. Ultimately, the position is responsible for the success of global operations by ensuring the optimization, standardization, and alignment of program operations, processes and projects across country offices with Right To Play’s mission and values.

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    Location: London, UK
    Application Deadline: December 6, 2019
  • Fundraising Internship

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    Location: Vauxhall, London
  • Senior Director, Indigenous Programs

    Reporting to the Global Director, Country Operations, the Senior Director, Indigenous Programs is responsible for providing high-level oversight, strategic guidance and technical support to Right To Play’s Indigenous Programs in Canada. The ultimate goal of the position is to manage and grow Right To Play’s Indigenous Programs, to increase the quality, efficiency and long-term impact of our programs, and to promote and advocate for sustained high level engagement of civil society organizations and the communities with which we partner. The Senior Director also oversees our Youth To Youth program which works with 50+ Toronto schools and community centres to provide programming for children and youth most in need of recreational and leadership programming.

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    Location: Toronto, Canada
    Application Deadline: January 27, 2020
  • Education Specialist

    The Education Specialist reports to the Global Technical Lead, Education and will support the development of education policy, advocacy and research initiatives at the global level. The position will lead on the provision of direct education technical support and capacity building at country level while working closely with a diverse team of program specialists within the Global Program Development team to ensure quality of programming.

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    Location: London, UK
    Application Deadline: February 3, 2020
  • Program Officer, PLAY

    The Promoting Life-skills in Aboriginal Youth (PLAY) program partners with First Nations communities and urban Indigenous organizations across Ontario, British Columbia, Manitoba and Alberta to deliver community-driven, culturally-relevant play-based programming designed to enhance leadership, self-confidence, and self-efficacy among children and youth. Guided by an Indigenous community development model, PLAY and its partners create safe and inclusive spaces where children and youth can share their ideas, their hopes and their fears, and learn the skills to become positive agents of change. Frequent travel with possible remote work options.

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    Location: Toronto, Canada
    Application Deadline: February 7, 2020
  • Digital Communications Intern

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    Location: London, UK
    Application Deadline: Open until the role is filled
  • Global Marketing and Communications Officer

    Reporting to the Global Director, Marketing and Communications, the Global Marketing and Communications Officer supports Right To Play’s communication portfolio and is a key player in the achievement of the marketing and communications objectives of the department. The position will support the Global Marketing and Communications team to deliver best-in-class communications content, products and campaigns and ensure timely information sharing across Right To Play. The position will support in stewarding the brand by providing guidance on the correct use of the Right To Play brand internally as well as externally.

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    Location: Toronto, ON, Canada
    Application Deadline: Open until the role is filled
  • Child Protection Specialist

    Reporting to the Director, Global Program Development, the Child Protection Specialist will ensure that Right To Play is able to design and deliver quality programs on the thematic area of child protection and rights. The position will provide technical leadership to create concrete and measurable actions to guide the development of programs in the thematic area of child protection. She/he will provide technical advice on sectoral areas of child participation, community based approach to child protection/rights and strengthening protection services. The role includes supporting development of proposal, capacity, program strategy, advocacy initiatives and research.

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    Location: London, UK
    Application Deadline: Closed when position is filled
  • Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Manager, Global

    Reporting to the Global Director, Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL), The Manager, MEL, Global is generally responsible for supporting the implementation of Right To Play’s measurement work across the organization. Working in collaboration with other MEL team members in Right To Play’s country offices, the incumbent’s primary focus is to use participatory processes to co-manage the implementation of the project’s MEL framework across all countries; to support the development of the necessary systems and processes to carry out this work; and to support country teams in using the monitoring and evaluation systems.

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    Location: London, UK
    Application Deadline: Open until position is filled
  • DIGITAL COMMUNICATIONS INTERN

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    Location: Vauxhall, London
    Application Deadline: Available until role is filled
  • Country Director, Burundi

    The Country Director reports directly to the Global Director, Country Operations, providing high-level oversight, strategic guidance and technical support to the Country Office. The ultimate goal of the position is to manage and grow the organization’s programming, to increase the quality, efficiency and long-term impact of the program; and to promote and advocate for sustained high-level engagement of government and civil society.

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    Location: Bujumbura, Burundi
    Application Deadline: Open until the role is filled