Emploi

Nous sommes une équipe de coopérants engagés et motivés. Ensemble nous travaillons chaque jour pour rendre les enfants fort par le jeu et le sport et de développer leur potentiel.

Nous recherchons toujours des personnes avec des nouvelles perspectives, d’expertise professionnelle et des solutions créatives qui peuvent s’identifier avec notre mission.

Offres d'emploi actuelles

  • Accountant, Accounts Payable

    Reporting to the Finance Manager, the Accountant, Accounts Payable is responsible for the daily, full cycle administration of the accounts payable function. The role requires an understanding of accounting principles and is responsible for ensuring that payables are accurately processed and reconciled. The Accountant, Accounts Payable reviews and processes a high volume of invoices ensuring compliance to all policies and guidelines, and is responsible for flagging/following-up on any overdue items.

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    Localité: Toronto, Canada
    Délai de candidature: March 3, 2020
  • National Director

    The National Director, USA position is a senior leadership role for RTP in the United States and is accountable for fulfilling the goals and objectives of the organization within the USA. The National Director will work closely with our Toronto headquarters as well as colleagues in other National and Regional Offices to achieve global revenue, brand and stewardship goals. Reporting to the Chief Philanthropy Officer of RTP International, and to the Chair of our US Board of Directors, the National Director, USA is responsible for the effective operation of our New York-based national office.

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    Localité: USA
    Délai de candidature: March 6, 2020
  • Training and Program Development Officer

    Reporting to Director, Program Development & Capacity Building/Program Development, the Program Development and Training Officer supports the implementation and leadership of program training and capacity building initiatives, community and stakeholder engagement, project administration and staff supervision. The incumbent will be based in Toronto with up to 25% of time travelling to Right To Play program sites and events.

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    Localité: Toronto, Canada
    Délai de candidature: March 6, 2020
  • Development Assistant

    The Development Assistant will be responsible for assisting with event management and research of corporate and individual prospects. The ideal candidate for this position will possess fundraising and event experience and a demonstrated track record of project management, office administration and excellent skills in organization and problem solving, as well as a positive can-do attitude.

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    Localité: Toronto, Canada
    Délai de candidature: March 6, 2020
  • Employee Experience Officer, Global

    The Employee Experience Officer is part of the global People & Culture team responsible for all aspects of the employee experience at Right To Play International. The People & Culture team rallies around our common goal: to build an employment brand positioning Right To Play as an employer of choice in our sector. We are investing in systems and building processes to support the employee journey strengthening connections to our cause, build our community of smart, talented and committed employees, and growing individual careers by ensuring our managers are strongly supported and our employees thrive. We are placing an increasing importance on data-driven decisions to support activities across all global offices.

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    Localité: Toronto, Canada
    Délai de candidature: March 9, 2020
  • Digital Communications Intern

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    Localité: London, UK
    Délai de candidature: Open until the role is filled
  • 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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    Localité: Toronto, Canada
    Délai de candidature: Open until the 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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    Localité: Bujumbura, Burundi
    Délai de candidature: Open until the role 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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    Localité: London, UK
    Délai de candidature: Open until position is filled