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

  • 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