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Right To Play ist ein globales Team engagierter Veränderer, die davon überzeugt sind, dass Kinder durch die Kraft des Spielens lernen, Herausforderungen zu meistern und ihr Leben in die eigene Hand zu nehmen. Auf diese Weise schützen, bilden und fördern wir Kinder, damit sie Armut, Konflikte und Krankheiten überwinden und Veränderungen in ihren Gemeinschaften antreiben können.

Wir sind stets auf der Suche nach neuen Perspektiven, professionellem Fachwissen und kreativen Problemlösern mit einer Leidenschaft für unsere Mission. Wir leben eine offene und integrative Kultur, in der jeder seinen Beitrag leistet und die Möglichkeit hat, mit aufgestellten, neugierigen und talentierten Menschen zusammenzuarbeiten. Möchtest du mit uns Kinderleben verändern?

Aktuelle Stellenangebote

  • Director Business Development & Deputy National Director (80-100%)

    Wir suchen eine/n Director Business Development, der/die auch die Stellvertretung unseres Swiss National Directors übernehmen wird.

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    Ort: Zurich, Switzerland
  • People and Culture Coordinator, Rwanda

    The People and Culture Coordinator is a member of the Country Office Senior Management Team and reports directly to the Country Director (CD) with a functional reporting line to the Director People and Culture, Global Field at Right To Play (RTP) Headquarters (HQ).

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    Ort: Kigali, Rwanda
    Bewerbungsfrist: August 1, 2021
  • Field Facilitator, Ethiopia

    The Field Facilitator reports directly to the Project Officer (PO) and is responsible for the implementation of Right To Play (RTP) project activities and providing support and guidance to the community team in using RTP tools in the project location. He/she is also responsible for monitoring the project for quality of delivery and effectiveness.

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    Ort: Ethiopia
    Bewerbungsfrist: August 5, 2021
  • Project Manager, Ethiopia

    The Project Manager reports directly to the Program Director or Program Manager, where applicable. The incumbent is responsible for project planning and high-quality implementation of the operational project in the country portfolio. He/she leads on the implementation of the project under the direction of the direct manager including identification and maintenance of partnerships, donor stewardship in close coordination with the fundraising centre, where applicable, and in-country representation with key project stakeholders.

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    Ort: Ethiopia
    Bewerbungsfrist: August 5, 2021
  • Finance Coordinator, Tanzania

    The Finance Coordinator reports directly to the Project Officer and Technically to the Finance Manager. The incumbent is responsible for financial administration tasks such as data entry, processing transactions, ensuring all transaction supporting documents are complete and properly filed and reconciling bank accounts entries. In addition, the incumbent supports the logistics related functions in the project location.

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    Ort: Kibondo Kigoma, Tanzania
    Bewerbungsfrist: August 6, 2021
  • Program Manager, Rwanda

    The Program Manager reports directly to Country Director (CD). The incumbent is responsible for program planning, design and development, fundraising, partnerships, representation and program implementation. He/she is also responsible for effective financial management, reporting, budget monitoring and donor compliance. The PM leads and directly manages a team of professional staff to ensure quality program implementation.

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    Ort: Kigali, Rwanda
    Bewerbungsfrist: August 8, 2021
  • People and Culture Officer/Coordinator, Mali

    The People and Culture Officer/Coordinator is a member of the Country Office Senior Management Team and reports directly to the Country Director (CD) with a functional reporting line to the Director People and Culture, Global Field. The incumbent shall be part of the Global People and Culture Community of Practice for knowledge sharing and learning purposes. They will be responsible for the proper implementation and interpretation of People and Culture policies and procedures in Right To Play Ethiopia and provide advice on different People and Culture (PC) issues, local employment laws and practices to Senior Management Team (SMT) and staff.

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    Ort: Bamako, Mali
    Bewerbungsfrist: August 8, 2021
  • Finance Manager, Rwanda

    The Finance Manager reports directly to the Country Director (CD) and has functional reporting lines to the Senior Manager, Field Finance (SMFF) and the Director, Global Field Finance where applicable. The incumbent is responsible for the proper implementation of financial procedures in all Right To Play (RTP) programs in Rwanda.

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    Ort: Kigali, Rwanda
    Bewerbungsfrist: August 11, 2021
  • Operations Manager, UK

    The Operations Manager is a member of the Right To Play (RTP) UK National Office (UKNO) Team and will provide support to RTP UK Headquarter (UKHQ) team. With dual reporting to the National Director (UKNO) and the Global Chief Program Officer (UKHQ), the Operations Manager is responsible for the day-to-day effective management of the UK finances and operations in both offices. They will work collaboratively with the wider RTP UKNO & RTP UKHQ teams.

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    Ort: London, UK
    Bewerbungsfrist: August 15, 2021
  • 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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    Ort: Bamako, Mali
    Bewerbungsfrist: Closed when position is filled
  • Gender Equality Officer, Senegal

    The Gender Equality Officer reports directly to the Country Director (CD) or Head of Office (HOO) as applicable. The incumbent receives technical advice and supervision from the Global Gender Equality Specialist (GGES). The incumbent is expecting to participate in the relevant global Community of Practice as part of the One RTP structure. She/he is responsible for contributing to integration of gender transformative approach into all programs and projects.

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    Ort: Dakar, Senegal
    Bewerbungsfrist: Open until position is filled
  • Project Director

    Right To Play (RTP) is seeking a Project Director (PD) for SHARE, a five-year Global Affairs Canada (GAC) funded project in Ghana, Uganda and Mozambique due to start in July 2021. SHARE will be implemented as a consortium led by RTP, in partnership with WaterAid, the Forum for African Women Educationalists (FAWE) and FHI 360. Designed as a gender-transformative, human-rights progressive sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) program, SHARE seeks to increase the enjoyment of health-related human rights by adolescent girls and young women in Ghana, Mozambique and Uganda.

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    Ort: Ghana, Mozambique or Uganda
    Bewerbungsfrist: Open until position is filled
  • 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, Indigenous Programs

    The Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) Manager, reports directly to the Executive Director, Indigenous Programs. The incumbent receives technical advice from the relevant Global MEL Manager - HQ. The MEL Manager collaborates with staff, not only at the Indigenous Programs level, but also across the organization, including the Canadian National Office and globally.

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    Ort: Toronto, Canada
    Bewerbungsfrist: Open until position is filled
  • Chargé de l’égalité de genre - Senegal

    Financé par Affaires Mondiales Canada, le projet Renforcement des capacités des filles par le sport et le jeu (RECAF-Jeu) est une initiative qui utilisera le pouvoir du sport et du jeu pour promouvoir l'égalité des genres, les droits des adolescentes et des jeunes femmes au Sénégal. Ce partenariat novateur entre Right To Play et le projet SEED travaillera dans quatre régions du Sénégal pour développer les aptitudes essentielles à la vie des adolescentes, aborder les problèmes clés des droits humains tels que la violence sexuelle et sexiste, et offrir aux filles et aux jeunes femmes la possibilité de faire du sport.

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    Ort: Dakar, Sénégal
    Bewerbungsfrist: jusqu'à le poste soit comblé