JOB DESCRIPTION – Project Manager (S4Y)
PLAY International (PI) is a global NGO that uses the power of sport to educate and empower children facing adversity. Founded in 1999, PLAY International is headquartered in Paris, France, and develops programs in France, Burundi, the UK, India and Kosovo. PI is active in Kosovo since the end of the war, using sport to build bridges between communities on a national level.
The Sport4Youth (S4Y) project is implemented in Kosovo since 2008. it trains young volunteers aged 15-20 to become sport animators and to organize educative activities for the children of their localities. Volunteers and children are regularly involved in multi-ethnic events. Thanks to the project, volunteers acquire experience and skills which are valuable for their future professional life, while children learn core values. By meeting their peers from other communities, volunteers and children can overcome stereotypes and mistrust. The project impacts the lives of over 1,500 children and 60 youth throughout the country each year.
Senior Account Manager to join Common Goal as of November 2017
Common Goal is guided by an ambitious vision: to unite the football industry in the name of social change. To help us unleash the unique potential of football for good, we are looking for a passionate Senior Account Manager (f/m) to join our team in Berlin.
Fútbol Más Kenya is hiring for its 2018 team
Even though 2017 hasn´t finished yet, we are already planning for next year. At Fútbol Más Kenya, we are looking to do a couple of new signings to begin the new year with fresh energy. We are growing in Kenya and are looking for sport for development professionals to add to the team.
PeacePlayers International (PPI) is looking for an Associate Director of Development
PeacePlayers International (PPI) is a global, non-profit organization that uses the sport of basketball as a vehicle to unite, educate, and inspire children in divided communities. Since its inception in 2001, PPI’s year-round, integrated youth basketball programs have reached more than 75,000 young people from around the globe. Informed by a decade of experience in diverse settings, PPI has developed a consistent methodology for using sport to empower young people to help their communities bridge divides and develop leaders.