The Training Officer reports directly to the Program Manager and is responsible for ensuring quality
of training provided by the Right To Play team through capacity building. The incumbent supports the
development and implementation of organization’s resources and training program.
(C) COMPETENCIES / PERSONAL ATTRIBUTES
Strong interpersonal and presentation skills.
Strong assessment and evaluation skills.
Ability to understand audience and adjust training to their level.
Strong facilitation skills.
Ability to work with children, youth leaders and adults.
Coaching and feedback skills.
(C) TECHNICAL SKILLS
Computer literacy in MS Word, Power Point, Excel and Internet.
Understanding adult learning concepts.
Understanding of monitoring and evaluation methods and tools.
Understanding of different training techniques.
Understanding the concept of Sport for Development
Understanding of the community needs.
Understanding of Children’s Rights, Gender and HIV/AIDS.
Fluency in spoken and written English, Urdu and local language(s).
IV. DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS (An Asset)
Train of Trainer certification
Master’s degree in social studies, project management or other related discipline.
Minimum 5 years’ experience in sports for development and play based methodologies.
Developing and implementing training sessions some of which should have been in senior level
working with NGOs.
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location in the subject line. Please indicate your salary expectations in the cover letter. Due to
urgency position may be filled during the opening period.
While we thank all applicants for their interest, only those selected for interviews will be contacted.
Right To Play is an equal opportunity employer and encourage those from diverse backgrounds to
Right To Play is a child-centered organization. Our recruitment and selection procedures reflect our
commitment to the safety and protection of children in our programs. In order to uphold RTP
commitment to keeping children safe, selected candidate must have to ensure the welfare and
protection of all children during Right To Play assigned activities and events.
We believe that the power of play can transform a child’s life. That’s why we provide over one million children with the tools they need to protect themselves from disease, to encourage them to attend and stay in school and to resolve conflict and create peaceful communities.
The UN recognizes play as the right of every child. It is NOT a luxury; it is a tool for learning. Girls, persons with disabilities, children affected by HIV & AIDS, street children, former child combatants and refugees all deserve the chance to grow through play. A game of football can teach children about tolerance and peace; a game of tag can teach about malaria. Play develops skills like cooperation, leadership and teamwork. It can bring entire communities together and inspire every individual.