Interested in the youth development field? Do you enjoy working with kids on a daily basis? Are you considering a career in social service? Are you a creative, energetic person who enjoys a challenge?If so, the Boys & Girls Club may have an opportunity for you!
Enjoy making a child’s day.
- A passion for working with kids is always rewarded at the Boys & Girls Club.
Enjoy our fun and friendly work environment.
- Great team of staff to work with every day
- A growing national movement in which to work your way up
Enjoy the perks.
- Have-a-life schedules: NO weekends!
- Great uniform: jeans and T-shirt
- Gain valuable youth development experience
- Make a difference in children’s lives
Program Director -Full-Time $32,000 – $35,000 Annually with Benefits
The Program Director is responsible for the delivery of a broad range of outcome driven programs, special events, summer day camps and after-school programs. Responsibilities include attaining membership goals by maximizing the members experience through the oversight of program delivery. The Program Director develops, plans, implements, supervises and evaluates mission based programs and services as well as part-time program staff.
- Bachelor’s degree and two years’ work experience in a Boys & Girls Club or similar youth organization with an emphasis on planning and supervising programs or equivalent experience.
- Demonstrated member and staff supervision skills
- Demonstrated ability to market programs, activities and events using a variety of means.
- Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written.
- Computer literacy in Microsoft Windows and Microsoft Office or similar programs.
- Proven ability to organize, budget, plant and implement projects with multiple deadlines.
- Proven conflict resolution skills as well as keen patience and understanding.
- Must possess or have the ability to obtain a Public Passenger License and certification in CPR and First Aid.
Program Instructor – Part-Time 20-32 Hours per Week @ $9-$11 Per Hour
The Program Instructor is responsible for providing social maturation services. Plans, instructs programs, such as Education, Health & Life Skills, Character & Leadership, Social Recreation, Arts & Crafts, and Physical Education for Boys & Girls Club members in 1st-2nd grades. Programs should promote development of Club member’s physical and social skills accomplished through the implementation of a weekly program plan that includes tournaments and contests, group goal-setting, secret file folders, motivational/participatory programs and other various planned program activities. Program Instructor works under the guidance and supervision of the Director of Programs & Operations, assists and oversees Club functions in areas of Visions Scanning program, Club cleanliness, role modeling, programming and special events
Future Forward Tutor – Part-Time 15 -20 Hours per Week During the School Year
Tutor K5-2nd grade struggling readers in the Future Forward Early Literacy Program, using a set lesson plan and program materials. The program operates during the school day in collaboration with the schools and classroom teachers. One-on-one tutoring sessions and individual lessons are developed for each student. Tutor meets three times a week for 30 minutes with at least 5 students each week. The program also includes family engagement so parents and guardians have the tools they need to help their children be successful.
Summer Camp Counselor – 4 Openings 32-39 Hour per Week—$8-9 per Hour
Summer Camp Counselor works under the guidance and supervision of the Club Director. Summer Camp Counselor works with a specific age group with youth in grades 1-8. Counselors are responsible for a group of 35 children on a daily basis and work alongside two other Camp Counselors. Ensure children’s safety, manage children’s behavior and act as a role model and mentor. Model constructive participation in all daily activities in the core area of healthy lifestyles, good character & leadership and academic success. Counselors also supervise campers on weekly field trips. Counselors must be at least 17 years of age. All Counselors must participate in four days of training before camp begins.
Summer Camp Counselors are the single most consistent presence in the experience of each BGCLC Summer camper, and so have the greatest potential impact on each camper’s summer. This responsibility requires careful attention to the physical and emotional safety of each and every individual camper and to the overall development and formation of the group as a whole.
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