KPI Program Coordinator, Cambodia
Kids Play International
About the organization
Kids Play International (KPI) believes gender equity transforms communities and countries and that it is not only a woman’s right, it is a human right. KPI leverages the power of sport and the Olympic values in a safe space so girls and boys can positively challenge and shift harmful gender, social and cultural norms.
The overall responsibilities will include; developing and facilitating gender equity and sport curriculum for our Let’s Play Fair, All Girls United, Fair Play Community Day programs, facilitating our Play Fair Inclusion Workshops to local partners (coaches/teachers), planning and executing special events/camps throughout the year, leading coach capacity trainings, assisting in coach and youth professional development trainings, working with local partners, executing required activities within awarded grants, building deeper impact with our partner schools, observing and collecting data on all programs, helping to organize volunteer trip itineraries/activities, writing reports and managing social media content and newsletters. The responsibilities of this position may change depending on the skills, professional interests and goals of the selected candidate.
Kids Play is seeking a Co-Program Coordinator who recognizes that sport can create social change. This is also someone who is excited and inspired to work in a rural village helping to empower both girls and boys to challenge harmful gender stereotypes which can create a more equitable society. KPI’s PC should ideally be someone who has lived or travelled abroad, played/enjoys/understands how sport can be used as a tool to promote social change, is an advocate for equality between girls and boys and has excellent organizational, writing and communication and presentation skills.
based on experience
Contact email: [email protected]
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