August 14, 2006 — Application Deadline: October 17, 2006 Starting Date: February 1, 2007
Position: Project Coordinators, Communication Coordinators
Right To Play International is pleased to announce the beginning of the next round of recruitment for International Volunteers! We will be recruiting August through December 2006 in preparation for Volunteer Training in Toronto, Canada in January 2007. Approximately 60 volunteers are needed for Right To Play projects in countries in Africa and Asia. Field placements will commence between February and May 2007. Projects: Right To Play SportWorks and SportHealth
Countries: Right To Play is recruiting international volunteers for placements in the following countries: Uganda, Tanzania, Ethiopia, Zambia, Sudan, Rwanda, Sierra Leone, Ghana, Mali, Liberia, Chad, Thailand, Indonesia, Sri Lanka. Key Responsibilities: “¢Project Administration “¢Adult Education and Workshop Facilitation “¢Communication “¢Networking and Partnership Building “¢Project Coordination “¢Monitoring and Evaluation
Successful volunteer candidates: “¢believe in the power of sport and play to foster development, health and peace “¢have a balance of skills in coaching, adult education, child and community development, project implementation and working in an international context “¢are able to live and work effectively as a team and are available for a twelve-month contract. Through a minimum one-year placement in Asia or Africa, International Volunteers gain skills and experience in the following: “¢Training in Right To Play programs and modules “¢Project implementation techniques and project management skills “¢Cross-cultural communication and conflict resolution “¢Community capacity building through adult education “¢Project monitoring, evaluation and reporting
Flights to and from training and the field, insurance, medical and accommodation expenses are covered for International Volunteers, and an honorarium to cover basic living expenses is provided. All international volunteers must be available to attend a mandatory 10 day training session in Toronto, Canada in January 2007.
For further details and to fill out an on-line application, candidates should visit www.righttoplay.com or contact email@example.com.
Applications submitted before October 17th, 2006 will be given priority.
We thank all candidates, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted
Type of Position:
Contractor – Volunteer
Right To Play
65 Queen Street West, Box 64
Toronto , ON
Tel. (416)498-1922 ext225