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While we thank all applicants for their interest, only those selected for interviews will be contacted.

Jobs with Right to Play

While we thank all applicants for their interest, only those selected for interviews will be contacted.

Driver and logistics Assistant, Finance Assistant and Field Facilitator

POSITION OVERVIEW

Right To Play (RTP) is a fast-growing International Non-profit Organization with headquarters in Toronto, Canada. RTP has 10 country programs in Africa with the Africa Regional Office in Kampala, Uganda. The Uganda Country Program is currently recruiting for a new project Systems Strengthening for Education in Emergencies Project. We are looking for a Driver and Logistics Assistant, Finance Assistant and a Field Facilitator (FF) to support the implementation of the Project. ALL positions are based in Adjumani. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

 

Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Coordinator, Africa Office

Position Overview:

Right To Play (RTP), a fast-growing International Non-profit Organization with headquarters in Toronto, Canada, is looking for a Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Coordinator for the Africa Office in Kampala, Uganda. The Africa Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Coordinator (AMELCo) reports directly to the Africa MEL Manager. The main responsibility of the AMELCo is to support the MEL Manager in the implementation of monitoring, evaluation and learning (MEL) across the region to ensure that Right To Play contributes to a healthier and safer world through sport and play by facilitating continuous organizational learning, providing credible evidence and improving program quality. The AMELCo collaborates with staff, not only at the Africa Office and country office level, but also within the broader region and across the organization, globally. He or she works closely with the Africa MEL Officer who also reports to the Africa MEL Manager. Both positions are based in Kampala, Uganda with occasional travel to the country program offices. The primary roles and responsibilities of the AMELCo are to (a) Support in the implementation of Right To Play's monitoring, evaluation and Learning plan, within the RTP global Monitoring and Evaluation (ME) framework and specific to country strategies, needs and contexts; (b) Support in programs outcome monitoring and support the development of regional dashboards and program reports; (c) support program evaluations. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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