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

  • Logistics Coordinator, Mozambique

    The Logistics Coordinator is a member of the Finance and Administration Unit and reports directly to the Logistics Officer and in his/her absence in the CO structure, the incumbent reports to the Finance Manager/ Officer. The incumbent reports to the Finance Manager/ Officer and is responsible for procurement and Fleet Management in the respective country. The incumbent also manages stores, inventory and fixed assets, support administration and oversee execution of rehabilitation projects. The incumbent works closely with the Program Manager, and Project Officers as required.

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    Location: Maputo, Mozambique
    Application Deadline: Closed when position is filled
  • Program Officer, Indigenous Programs

    The Promoting Life-skills in Aboriginal Youth (PLAY) program partners with First Nations communities and urban Indigenous organizations across British Columbia, Alberta, Manitoba, and Ontario 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.

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    Location: Toronto, Canada (w/ flexibility)
    Application Deadline: April 14, 2021
  • Indigenous Programs Training Specialist

    The Indigenous Programs Training Specialist reports to the Training Manage and is responsible for planning and implementing in-person and virtual trainings for community partners and staff, and overseeing program outreach and development with the goal of developing and nurturing new and existing stakeholder relationships, and spearheading the design and delivery of a youth and community engagement strategy on a national scale. This is a full-time position and will require some travel to Indigenous communities and cities across the country to deliver and support training initiatives. The Indigenous Programs Training Specialist will work collaboratively across the Right To Play Indigenous Programs team, and manage Program Coordinators to ensure that key program objectives are met; major annual projects are completed in an inclusive and accessible manner; community and youth voice are represented within program design and delivery; and the ensure that grants are informed by the strategic action plan.

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    Location: Toronto, Canada
    Application Deadline: April 16, 2021
  • Program Manager (maternity leave coverage)

    The Program Manager reports to the Program Director and is responsible for overseeing a portfolio of programs, key partnerships and supervision to a team of Program Officers. As a member of the Senior Management Team, the Program Manager is responsible for ensuring that programs are designed and implemented with a high degree of quality and effectiveness, in line with community-level needs and organizational strategies and outcome areas. The incumbent also supports the organization to strengthen organizational learning, and integrate new methodologies into program development.

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    Location: Vancouver (some domestic travel)
    Application Deadline: April 16, 2021
  • Finance and Operations Coordinator

    The Finance and Operations Coordinator reports to the Finance and Operations Manager. The incumbent plays an important role in the development and implementation of the Canadian National Office’s financial and administrative processes, including timely and accurate recording of donations in the Customer Relationship Management (CRM) system, maintaining the organization’s online giving platform, and coordinating day-to-day office operations.

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    Location: Toronto, Canada
    Application Deadline: April 21, 2021
  • Global Technical Lead, Gender Equality & Health

    The Global Technical Lead, Gender Equality and Health reports to the Director, Global Program Development. This position will lead the thematic portfolios of gender equality and health. This includes leadership in development of program strategy for both thematic areas, strengthen research and establish strong presence in global gender and health advocacy forum/networks. The Global Technical Lead will ensure mainstreaming of gender equality across all thematic areas of Right To Play and will deepen the quality of program within the thematic areas of health.

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    Location: Toronto, Canada
    Application Deadline: April 23, 2021
  • USNO Research and Development Intern

    Right To Play USA seeks an intern with exceptional writing and research skills to support the Development Team for the spring/summer semester. Reporting to the Manager, Institutional Partnerships, the intern will work with a small but productive team. This is a part-time internship with a stipend. The ideal candidate will be able to work remotely 15-20 hours per week, preferably in the mornings Monday - Thursday. This internship will begin on June 1, 2021 and will continue for 10 weeks. Applicants should send a resume and cover letter to Rosemary Trent at rtrent@righttoplay.com. .

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    Location: New York, NY or Remote
    Application Deadline: 5/3/2021
  • Responsable Ressources Humaines et la Culture, Sénégal

    Le Coordinateur des Ressources Humaines et la Culture rapporte directement au Chef du bureau et techniquement au Directeur des Ressources Humaines et la culture, bureaux pays. Le rôle principal du titulaire est de fournir des services liés aux Ressources Humaines et la culture à l’équipe du projet, de faciliter le recrutement et la sélection du personnel, d’appuyer l’intégration du nouveau personnel ainsi que le renforcement des capacités et le développement du personnel. Ils gèrent également les informations sur le personnel dans le SIRH de l’organisation. Il est également responsable des fonctions administratives dans le pays.

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    Location: Dakar, Sénégal
    Application Deadline: 7 mai, 2021
  • Chef de projet

    Le Chef de projet est sous la supervision directe du Chef de bureau. Le titulaire est responsable de la planification du projet et de la mise en œuvre de haute qualité du projet opérationnel dans le portefeuille de pays. Il / elle dirige la mise en œuvre du projet sous la direction du gestionnaire direct, y compris l'identification et le maintien des partenariats, la gestion des donateurs en étroite coordination avec le centre de collecte de fonds, le cas échéant, et la représentation dans le pays avec les principales parties prenantes du projet. Il / elle est également responsable de la mise en œuvre du projet, de la coordination, des rapports, du suivi budgétaire et de la conformité des donateurs aux subventions actives. Le Chef de projet gère directement les équipes du projet basées dans différentes localités à travers le pays.

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    Location: Dakar, Sénégal
    Application Deadline: 7 mai, 2021
  • Responsable financier, Sénégal

    Le responsable des finances est sous la supervision directe du Chef de bureau. Le / la titulaire est responsable de la bonne mise en œuvre des procédures financières dans les programmes Right To Play dans le pays d'opération et fournira un soutien et des conseils en travaillant en étroite collaboration avec l'équipe de gestion dans le pays, en particulier, le personnel des finances et de la logistique avec des tâches liées à la comptabilité, la banque, la budgétisation, aux achats et à la gestion financière afin d’assurer le plein respect des règles et règlements des processus financiers, des dossiers et rapports financiers et du suivi des audits, et la mise en œuvre du cadre de contrôle interne efficace.

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    Location: Dakar, Sénégal
    Application Deadline: 7 mai, 2021
  • Submit an Open Application

    You didn’t see an open role that you are qualified for and super passionate about? No worries! Fill out an application here so when your dream role opens up, your profile can be reviewed!

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  • Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Manager, Global

    The Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) Manager will support the transformation of Right to Play into a learning and evidence-driven organization, ensuring effective systems and processes to ensure best practice across the program teams. The MEL Manager will be contributing to the implementation of Right To Play’s Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning strategy across the organization and assigned countries which responds to the following strategic objectives: Implement an Evidence-Driven Approach, leveraging the use of technology to improve data quality and enabling real-time monitoring, learning and decision-making.

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    Location: London, UK
    Application Deadline: Open until position is filled
  • Country Director, Mali

    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: Bamako, Mali
    Application Deadline: Closed when position is filled