Job Openings

Becoming a member of Playtime Project’s team is a great opportunity to influence the future of a small, growing nonprofit, and positively impact the lives of about 700 children experiencing homelessness in D.C. each year. Playtime is an innovative organization dedicated to providing educational play activities, a therapeutic environment, opportunities to improve academically, access to community resources, and joy to children living in emergency and transitional housing programs.

The homeless epidemic in D.C. disproportionally affects the most marginalized people in society, including people of color, people from working class backgrounds, and LGBTQ. We believe these communities must be centered in the work we do, and for this reason we strongly encourage applications from people with these identities or who are members of other marginalized communities.  

Scroll down for current openings and consider joining our team. If you don’t see an opportunity listed here that’s for you, consider other ways to get involved with Playtime.

You can be a Hero of Play!

Contact hiring@playtimeproject.org for more information.

CURRENT OPENINGS


Volunteer Engagement Coordinator, Part-Time

The part-time Volunteer Coordinator will work collaboratively with the Volunteer Program Manager in recruiting volunteers who make a weekly commitment to our trauma-informed play programs. The Volunteer Coordinator will assist prospective volunteers in completing the screening and background check processes; lead monthly information sessions and group volunteer opportunities; support with planning volunteer appreciation and engagement events; and actively participate in the implementation of Playtime’s volunteer recruitment and retention plan.

This position involves opportunities for creativity in designing and implementing volunteer systems. A level of professionalism is expected, as well as the ability to thrive in a small, fast-paced, grassroots organization undergoing growth. Weekend and evening hours, as needed.

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