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Looking for a career with a strong emphasis on professional development?

We’re looking for someone who wants a “career in caring.” If you have academic training or a professional background in education, guidance, social work or physical education, apply to join our Club today.

We accept resumes for open positions only. We kindly ask that you do not call or email. We receive hundreds of resumes each month and regret that we cannot speak to each applicant personally. If you are selected for an interview, you will be contacted.

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All employees are subject to pre-employment background checks that may include fingerprints and pre-employment drug testing. EOE/DFWP.

  • Director of School Site Operations

    Key Roles
    • Provide leadership to Site Coordinators to ensure implementation and fidelity of program goals and outcomes
    • Provide direction/communication/support to all collaborative agencies and organizations
    • Recruit, Develop, and Evaluate all staff
    • Perform major project administrative duties
    • Foster the development of family-school-community relations
    • Ensure a safe environment for all participants, staff, partners, and families
    • Actively engage community agencies in providing support services to families, specifically literacy efforts and interventions

    • Establishes objectives consistent with Great Futures 2025 plan for developing quality program and implementation of effective models.
    • Supervises Site Coordinators and program staff.
    • Planning, coordinating and ensuring implementation of program components, Tutorial Services, Homework Help, Sports & Life Skills, Triple Play, Technology, Family Involvement, Character & Citizenship, Conflict Resolution.
    • Coordinate program evaluation and continuous quality management process with Site Coordinators and make programmatic adjustments based upon feedback and data collected and analyzed during periodic reviews.
    • Prepares and provide written and submitting all program reports
    • Works closely with program partners and community nonprofits to ensure shared services are being implemented
    • Coordinates Summer Program Activities Including field trips opportunities to expose members to educational activities and sporting activities and science and technology activities.
    • Works with Finance Director to ensure grant funds are spent in accordance to project budgets and in accordance to federal guidelines and funding streams are clearly separate and defined.
    • Acts as compliance officer for programs and grant deliverables
    • Ensures all monitoring documents are kept on file
    • Ensures all KidTrax data bases are incompliance with established standards for compliance.
    • Works closely with staff to ensure they have ability to deliver the needed outcomes for the success academy program and other grant related programs and activities.
    • Ensures ratios are maintained in club sites.

    Qualifications
    • Bachelor’s Degree in related field, or four years’ experience in the field.
    • Three or more years supervising staff in a dynamic working environment, with experience in coaching, evaluation, and feedback
    • Two or more years preparing, maintaining and providing reporting on fiscal management needs
    • Possess the ability to remain poised, positive, and energetic in a busy work environment
    • Must have at least one year of direct experience in youth programming.
    • Ability to work flexible schedule based upon program/organizational needs.
    • Competent with history, culture and issues pertaining to youth.
    • Ability to work effectively with community partners and stakeholders.
    • Demonstrated ability to market agency’s programs and/or events using a variety of means.
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
    • Group leadership skills, including an understanding of group dynamics.
    • Computer skills in Microsoft Windows and Microsoft Office Suite or similar programs.
    • Demonstrated ability to organize, budget, plan, and implement projects with multiple deadlines.
    • Mandatory CPR and First Aid Certifications
    • Valid Driver’s License and be approved by the Club's auto insurance provider.
    • Positive “can do” team attitude.
    • Ability to work effectively with community partners and stakeholders.
    • Demonstrated ability to market agency’s programs and/or events using a variety of means.
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
    • Group leadership skills, including an understanding of group dynamics.
    • Computer skills in Microsoft Windows and Microsoft Office Suite or similar programs.
    • Demonstrated ability to organize, budget, plan, and implement projects with multiple deadlines.
    • Mandatory CPR and First Aid Certifications
    • Valid Driver’s License and be approved by the Club's auto insurance provider.
    • Positive “can do” team attitude.

    Supervision
    The Director of School Site Operations is directly responsible to the Director of Operations. The Director of School Site Operations may supervise full-time and/or part-time staff.

    Essential Functions
    Leadership
    • Oversee the implementation and delivery of operations, programs, services and activities that facilitate achievement of Youth Development Outcomes for all school-based programs.
    • Ensure school-based programs and activities have a clear vision and have widely understood short-term and long-term plans that align with agency goals and objectives and support the overall mission of Don Moyer Boys & Girls Clubs.
    • Manage performance of school-based Unit/Site Directors in achieving goals, providing technical assistance in program design, development, community relations and program operations.
    • Provides leadership and management utilizing BGCA’s NYOI evaluation to improve operations and programs.

    Human Resources
    • In partnership with the Director of Operations, develop and manage succession planning strategies that help ensure a relatively seamless transition when Unit/Site Director vacancies occur in school-based Clubs.
    • Support and manage the recruitment and on-boarding process for school-based personnel.
    • Support and manage retention strategies for school-based personnel.
    • Focus on building a strong, supportive, cohesive team of school-based Unit/Site Directors featuring open communication, collaborative planning, and resource sharing.
    Program Operations
    • Develop and maintain collaborative relationships with school principals and other faculty to plan, develop, and implement programs and services.
    • Work with Unit/Site Directors and program associates to create programs that are fun, interesting, and diverse and reflect the needs and interest of members.
    • Monitor average daily attendance of school-based programs and ensure that overall membership numbers and attendance rates maintain or surpass performance goals.
    • Ensure that attendance data is tracked consistently and that all program records and accurate.
    • Ensure all program goals and objectives are met, especially with regard to grant funding, especially 21st Century CCLC, etc.
    • Develop and maintain collaborative partnerships with other youth serving organizations, members, parents, families and community organizations.
    • Ensures each school-based Unit/Site Director manages their site budget within agreed upon parameters.
    Strategic Planning
    • Work with Director of Operations to help guide program committee’s development of school-based focused program goals.
    • Oversee the identification and evaluation of opportunities to improve program effectiveness on the basis of participation and achievement of state goals, and recommends modifications to improve program.
    Marketing & Public Relations
    • Increase visibility of Club programs via posting of daily schedule, announcements of upcoming events and the dissemination of timely information for the development of advertising and promotion through mailings, fliers, etc. Ensure all staff complete and submit the program activity narratives and calendars for approval, the month before they are implemented. Review for content, accuracy, presentation, etc.
    • Coordinate outreach activities to meet average daily attendance (ADA) goals.
    • Develop relationships with local schools to increase awareness of programs and services, monitor targeted youth's progress and obtain outcome data through collection of school records.

    Additional Responsibilities
    • Written work is error-free, neat, and accurate.
    • Paper and electronic records are up-to-date, accurate, and organized.
    • Assigned work is completed by established due dates.
    • Multiple tasks and responsibilities are organized in priority order in a manner that fulfills daily responsibilities while continuing to make progress towards longer-term objectives.
    • Work is accomplished within the framework of established guidelines and policies.
    • Address issues and concerns with other staff, Club processes, programs, volunteers or any other matter promptly and in a professional, respectful and courteous manner.
    • Purchase or approve purchase of supplies and equipment.
    • Helps plan and implement a staff development and training program via service on the Staff Development Committee.
    • Membership and participation in one or more professional development associations and a community service club (e.g. The Professional Association).
    • Assist with the organization’s special events or third party events.
    Relationships
    Internal: Communicate fully with the Director of Operations and others with a need to know. Be informative, timely, candid and accurate. Maintain close direct contact with Club professional staff to interpret and explain organizational mission, program objectives and standards, discuss issues, and provide/receive information.
    External: Maintain contact with external community groups, schools, members’ parents and others.

  • Social Work Program Intern

    Qualifications
    • Must be at least 18 years of age.
    • Must possess a high school diploma or the equivalent.
    • Minimum of 1 year experience in youth development.
    • Previous Boys and Girls Club experience is highly desirable.
    • Ability to work flexible schedule based upon program/organizational needs.
    • Experience working with youth aged 12-18.
    • Strong youth group management/discipline skills.
    • Ability to help youth develop healthy habits and healthy lifestyles.
    • Ability to engage and develop positive relationships with youth from diverse backgrounds.
    • Ability to develop and implement organized youth development programs and services (including Academic Success, Healthy Lifestyles).
    • Strong oral and written communication skills.
    • Ability to obtain CPR/First Aid certification.
    • Computer skills in Microsoft Windows and Microsoft Office Suite or similar programs.
    • Physically able to be actively involved in children’s recreational activities.
    • Valid Driver’s License and be approved by the Club's auto insurance provider.
    • Positive “can do” team attitude.

    Supervision
    The Social Work Program Intern is directly responsible to the assigned Program Coordinator. The Social Work Program Intern may be responsible for oversight and supervision of volunteers.

    Essential Functions
    Prepare Youth for Success

    1. Following the Boys & Girls Club model: coordinate programs, services and activities that prepare youth for success, promoting safety of members and quality in programs at all times. Provide guidance, tutoring, and mentoring to members.

    2. Contribute to the planning and implementation of the strategic plan by:
    a. Enforcing Club policies and procedures
    b. Assisting in planning and implementing the schedule of activities and recreational events.
    c. Planning, organizing and implementing a range of program services and activities for drop in members and visitors.
    d. Initiating new and creative programs.
    e. Promoting program participation.

    3. Ensure quality improvement by monitoring and evaluating program achievement against target goals, recommending modifications that respond to member needs and interests and participating in weekly staff meetings.

    Health and Safety
    4. Ensure a healthy and safe environment, supervising members in program area.
    5. Manage facilities and ensure a productive work environment, maintaining an inventory of all educational and recreation equipment and supplies in good order.

    Program Development and Implementation

    6. Manage administrative systems by registering new members and participating in their club orientation process.

    Supervision

    7. Recruit and manage assigned volunteers; provide ongoing feedback; and identify and support development opportunities.

    RELATIONSHIPS:
    • Internal: Maintain close, daily contact with Club staff (professional and volunteer), Club Members, and supervisor to receive/provide information, discuss issues, explain guidelines/instructions; instruct; and advise/counsel.
    • External: Maintain contact with external community groups, schools, members' parents and others to assist in resolving problems, as assigned by supervisor.
    • Other duties as assigned.

  • Teen Services Coordinator

    Summary
    S/he is responsible for the growth and development of the day-to-day operations of an expanding teenage community within Don Moyer Boys & Girls Club. The Coordinator will be responsible for the effective delivery of a broad range of activities and programs geared specifically for teens within the core program areas of: Education and Career Development, Character and Leadership Development, Health and Life Skills, the Arts, and Sports, Fitness, and Recreation.
    Our overall goal is for every Club member at Don Moyer Boys & Girls Club to graduate from high school with a diploma or GED with a clear transition plan to college, work, or a vocational training program.

    Key Roles
    • Plan, implement and supervise the teen program and all activities associated with the teen program and summer camp programs and services.
    • Create an environment that highlights the achievement of youth and promotes a sense of competence, usefulness, belonging and influence.
    • Ensure implementation of annual program objectives.
    • Work with the Director of Program Services to evaluate overall club and camp services and activities to ensure they meet stated objectives and member needs and interests.
    • Assist in planning and implementation of a recruitment strategy that assures that we maximize the involvement of all youth, with the greatest need, in our youth development programs.
    • Control expenditures against budget.
    • Assist with the recruitment, training and management of program staff and volunteers. Conduct regular staff meetings.
    • Assists in securing financial resources to ensure budget needs are met and that reporting to grant sources is completed.
    • Develop and maintain partnerships with parents and organizations.
    • Work with the Director of Program Services to maintain and expand relationships with external community groups, schools, law enforcement and others to support outreach efforts to youth.
    • Work with Administrative staff to develop and maintain public relations to increase the visibility of programs, services and activities within the Club, and the community.

    Qualifications
    • Bachelor’s Degree in related field, or four years’ experience in counseling and/or social work. Advanced degree preferred.
    • Must have understanding of the juvenile justice system.
    • Two or more years of experience managing a budget for a program and/or an organization.
    • Two or more years of experience supervising or managing staff in a human services delivery setting.
    • Ability to work flexible schedule based upon program/organizational needs.
    • Competent with history, culture and issues pertaining to youth.
    • Proposal and grant writing skills.
    • Knowledge of state and federal rules, regulations, policies, and procedures as well as the ability to interpret those for affiliate agencies.
    • Ability to perform complex tasks and to prioritize multiple projects.
    • Strong verbal and written skills and the ability to work effectively in diverse populations.
    • Ability to analyze budgetary line items for compliance with budget guidelines.
    • Record maintenance skills.
    • Effective, experienced and confident public speaker
    • Experience working with teenaged youth-at-risk.
    • Strong youth group management/discipline skills.
    • Ability to work effectively with community partners and stakeholders.
    • Demonstrated organizational and management skills (time management, supervision, etc.).
    • Ability to obtain CPR/First Aid certification.
    • Demonstrated ability to market agency’s programs and/or events using a variety of means.
    • Computer skills in Microsoft Windows and Microsoft Office Suite or similar programs.
    • Demonstrated ability to organize, budget, plan, and implement projects with multiple deadlines.
    • Valid Driver’s License and be approved by the Club's auto insurance provider.
    • Positive “can do” team attitude.

    Supervision
    The Teen Services Coordinator is directly responsible to the Program Services Director. The Teen Services Coordinator may supervise full-time and/or part-time staff. The Teen Services Coordinator may be responsible for oversight and supervision of volunteers.

    Essential Functions

    Academic/College Preparatory

    • Establish relationships with local school districts and serve as a liaison and educational advocate for youth members at their schools.
    • Provide tutoring, homework help, and academic support services.
    • Develop and maintain an individual written plan for program participants focusing on high school graduation.
    • Effectively communicate goals and resources available through the college preparatory/academic programs to youth, schools, and parents/guardians.
    • Attend IEPs, and Parent Teacher Conferences as assigned
    • Partner with leadership team to ensure high school members receive quality educational support services.

    Job Readiness/Career Exploration

    • Facilitate job readiness and career exploration programming/curriculum in small group settings.
    • Connect members to internship and job opportunities.

    Mentorship/Counseling

    • Mentor/counsel members of the teen program.
    • Recruit mentors/volunteers/speakers for the program.
    • Build life skills development into programs that Club members need to successfully transition out of the Clubhouse at age 18.
    • Assist all targeted 11-18 year old members individually or in small groups with developing academic, career, and personal/social skills, goals and plans.
    • Use data to develop comprehensive programs that meet Club member and community needs.

    Administrative

    • Facilitate, plan and implement the teen program under the supervision of Director of Operations.
    • Management and analysis of attendance and participation data.
    • Ensure and facilitate all case management for teen program.
    • Attend all meetings, conferences and training as required.
    • Any other duties the Director of Operations might deem necessary to the best interest of the Program and the overall organization.
    • At all times maintain a professional appearance and manner reflective of the high standards of Don Moyer Boys & Girls Club.

    Other Job Segments

    • Promote and stimulate youth’s participation in the Club’s Teen Services program ensuring that every teen Club member receives needed resources and support necessary to meet individual goals, interests, and needs.
    • Conduct outreach to a diverse population of teenage at-risk youth.
    • Supervise the maintenance and operation of the Club's physical property, ensuring club member safety at all times.
    • Transport Club members in Club vehicles as needed.
    • Plan, organize and conduct cultural programs and activities, including clubs, celebrations, dances and discussion groups.
    • Perform all functions and tasks with the highest regard to quality.
    • Other duties as assigned.

  • C-U CHANGE Program Coordinator

    Summary
    S/he is responsible for providing intensive support to youth in danger of juvenile detention, school expulsion, residential placement, gang involvement or other issues leading to chronic dysfunction in the family, school and community and graduate from high school with a plan for the future. Our overall goal is impact youth with the potential for High School graduation by providing intensive group and individual support, counseling, life skills training, and exposure to positive cultural and healthy life choices.

    Key Roles
    Program Coordinator must have knowledge of:
    • Services and systems available in the community including primary health care, support services, eligibility criteria and intake processes and generic community resources.
    • Different types of assessments, including functional assessment, and their uses in service planning;
    • Treatment modalities and intervention techniques, such as behavior management, independent living skills training, supportive counseling, family education, crisis intervention, discharge planning, and service coordination.
    • Types of mental health, developmental, and substance abuse programs available in the locality;
    • The service planning process and major components of a service plan.
    • Identifying and documenting an individual's need for resources, services, and other supports.
    • Using information from assessments, evaluations, observation, and interviews to develop service plans.
    • Identifying and documenting how resources, services, and natural supports such as family can be utilized to promote achievement of an individual's personal life goals.
    • Coordinating the provision of services by diverse public and private providers.
    Program Coordinator shall:
    • Work as team member, maintaining effective inter- and intra-agency working relationships;
    • Work independently performing position duties under general supervision.
    • Engage in and sustain ongoing relationships with individuals receiving services.
    • Plan, organize and implement a range of program services (i.e. internships, community service), training, and activities related to life skills development.
    • Ensure quality improvement by monitoring and evaluating program achievement against target goals, meeting or exceeding grant outcomes.
    • Provide indirect supervision and support to program staff serving at satellite sites
    • Serve as lead staff for special programs and volunteer events related to C-U Change.

    Qualifications
    • Bachelor’s Degree in related field, or four years’ experience in counseling and/or social work. Advanced degree preferred.
    • Must have understanding of the juvenile justice system.
    • Two or more years of experience managing a budget for a program and/or an organization.
    • Two or more years of experience supervising or managing staff in a human services delivery setting.
    • Ability to work flexible schedule based upon program/organizational needs.
    • Competent with history, culture and issues pertaining to youth.
    • Proposal and grant writing skills.
    • Knowledge of state and federal rules, regulations, policies, and procedures as well as the ability to interpret those for affiliate agencies.
    • Ability to perform complex tasks and to prioritize multiple projects.
    • Strong verbal and written skills and the ability to work effectively in diverse populations.
    • Ability to analyze budgetary line items for compliance with budget guidelines.
    • Record maintenance skills.
    • Effective, experienced and confident public speaker
    • Experience working with teenaged youth-at-risk.
    • Strong youth group management/discipline skills.
    • Ability to work effectively with community partners and stakeholders.
    • Demonstrated organizational and management skills (time management, supervision, etc.).
    • Ability to obtain CPR/First Aid certification.
    • Demonstrated ability to market agency’s programs and/or events using a variety of means.
    • Computer skills in Microsoft Windows and Microsoft Office Suite or similar programs.
    • Demonstrated ability to organize, budget, plan, and implement projects with multiple deadlines.
    • Valid Driver’s License and be approved by the Club's auto insurance provider.
    • Positive “can do” team attitude.

    Supervision
    The C-U CHANGE Program Coordinator is directly responsible to the Program Services Director. The C-U CHANGE Program Coordinator may supervise full-time and/or part-time staff. The C-U CHANGE Program Coordinator may be responsible for oversight and supervision of volunteers.

    Essential Functions

    Academic/College Preparatory

    • Establish relationships with local school districts and serve as a liaison and educational advocate for youth members at their schools.
    • Provide tutoring, homework help, and academic support services.
    • Develop and maintain an individual written plan for program participants focusing on high school graduation.
    • Effectively communicate goals and resources available through the college preparatory/academic programs to youth, schools, and parents/guardians.
    • Attend IEPs, and Parent Teacher Conferences as assigned
    • Partner with leadership team to ensure high school members receive quality educational support services.

    Job Readiness/Career Exploration

    • Facilitate job readiness and career exploration programming/curriculum in small group settings.
    • Connect members to internship and job opportunities.

    Mentorship/Counseling

    • Mentor/counsel members of the C-U CHANGE program.
    • Recruit mentors/volunteers/speakers for the program.
    • Build life skills development into programs that Club members need to successfully transition out of the Clubhouse at age 18.
    • Assist all targeted 11-18 year old members individually or in small groups with developing academic, career, and personal/social skills, goals and plans.
    • Use data to develop comprehensive programs that meet Club member and community needs.

    Administrative

    • Facilitate, plan and implement the C-U CHANGE program under the supervision of Director of Operations.
    • Management and analysis of attendance and participation data.
    • Ensure and facilitate all case management for C-U CHANGE program.
    • Attend all meetings, conferences and training as required.
    • Any other duties the Director of Operations might deem necessary to the best interest of the Program and the overall organization.
    • At all times maintain a professional appearance and manner reflective of the high standards of Don Moyer Boys & Girls Club.

    Other Job Segments

    • Promote and stimulate C-U CHANGE youth’s participation in the Club’s Teen Services program ensuring that every teen Club member receives needed resources and support necessary to meet individual goals, interests, and needs.
    • Facilitate the integration of C-U CHANGE program members into other programs/activities in the Club.
    • Conduct outreach to a diverse population of teenage at-risk youth.
    • Partner with other agencies in the community to help support the C-U CHANGE program.
    • Supervise the maintenance and operation of the Club's physical property, ensuring club member safety at all times.
    • Transport Club members in Club vehicles as needed.
    • Plan, organize and conduct cultural programs and activities, including clubs, celebrations, dances and discussion groups.
    • Perform all functions and tasks with the highest regard to quality.
    • Other duties as assigned.

  • Academic Program Associate – After School

    Qualifications
    • Must be at least 18 years of age.
    • Must possess a high school diploma or the equivalent.
    • Minimum of 1 year experience in youth development.
    • Previous Boys and Girls Club experience is highly desirable.
    • Ability to work flexible schedule based upon program/organizational needs.
    • Experience working with youth aged 6-18.
    • Strong youth group management/discipline skills.
    • Ability to help youth develop healthy habits and healthy lifestyles.
    • Ability to engage and develop positive relationships with youth from diverse backgrounds.
    • Ability to develop and implement organized youth development programs and services (including Academic Success, Healthy Lifestyles).
    • Strong oral and written communication skills.
    • Ability to obtain CPR/First Aid certification.
    • Computer skills in Microsoft Windows and Microsoft Office Suite or similar programs.
    • Physically able to be actively involved in children’s recreational activities.
    • Valid Driver’s License and be approved by the Club's auto insurance provider.
    • Positive “can do” team attitude.

    Supervision
    The Academic Program Associate is directly responsible to the assigned Program Coordinator. The Academic Program Associate may be responsible for oversight and supervision of volunteers.

    Essential Functions
    Prepare Youth for Success

    1. Following the Boys & Girls Club model: coordinate programs, services and activities that prepare youth for success, promoting safety of members and quality in programs at all times. Provide guidance, tutoring, and mentoring to members.

    2. Contribute to the planning and implementation of the strategic plan by:
    a. Enforcing Club policies and procedures
    b. Assisting in planning and implementing the schedule of activities and recreational events.
    c. Planning, organizing and implementing a range of program services and activities for drop in members and visitors.
    d. Initiating new and creative programs.
    e. Promoting program participation.

    3. Ensure quality improvement by monitoring and evaluating program achievement against target goals, recommending modifications that respond to member needs and interests and participating in weekly staff meetings.

    Health and Safety
    4. Ensure a healthy and safe environment, supervising members in program area.
    5. Manage facilities and ensure a productive work environment, maintaining an inventory of all educational and recreation equipment and supplies in good order.

    Program Development and Implementation

    6. Manage administrative systems by registering new members and participating in their club orientation process.

    Supervision

    7. Recruit and manage assigned volunteers; provide ongoing feedback; and identify and support development opportunities.

    RELATIONSHIPS:
    • Internal: Maintain close, daily contact with Club staff (professional and volunteer), Club Members, and supervisor to receive/provide information, discuss issues, explain guidelines/instructions; instruct; and advise/counsel.
    • External: Maintain contact with external community groups, schools, members' parents and others to assist in resolving problems, as assigned by supervisor.
    • Other duties as assigned.

  • Sports & Fitness Specialist

    Key Roles
    • Maintain the cleanliness of the Gymnasium on an ongoing basis (putting all equipment away, cleaning).
    • Monthly Activity Calendar is posted and followed.
    • Gymnasium rules are posted and enforced
    • Plans and conducts variety of age appropriate activities, tournaments and instructional clinics on a daily basis.
    • Members are rewarded through positive recognition including shows commitment, enthusiasm, and dedication to the Club and its’ mission.
    • Practice & Implement the Mission statement, 5 Key Elements and Core Values.
    • Communicate professionally, honestly and fairly with members, school faculty, staff and parents.
    • Must set an example of professionalism in the community.
    • Ensures that the Brand of Boys & Girls Clubs of Fullerton upholds a positive image.
    • Required to sign up for Leadership University on bgca.net and complete webinars.
    • Attends all designated DMBGC meetings and conferences/trainings assigned by the Health & Wellness Coordinator and Director of Operations.
    • Youth of the Month.
    • Maintain and enforce check in/check out policy with games and equipment.
    • Maintain all games and equipment in good order.
    • Employee is on time to work every day and calls supervisor if running late.
    • If calling out, employee is to contact supervisor by 10 a.m.
    • Employee follows Dress Code Policy as stated in the Employee Handbook including visibly wearing staff shirt and lanyard daily.
    • Employee will prepare materials for daily activity prior to members’ arrival.
    • Employee is willing to help out with additional tasks and is flexible in regards to helping out in other areas.
    • Posted cleaning schedule is followed daily. Sports & Fitness Specialist duties include sweeping and wiping down snack tables and area.
    • Daily decisions are based on Organizational goals, objectives, and policies.
    • Any and all concerns in regards to the Athletic area, programs, members, parents, school faculty, staff or Club policies are immediately discussed with Health & Wellness Coordinator in a professional manner.

    Qualifications
    • Must be at least 18 years of age.
    • Must possess a high school diploma or the equivalent.
    • Minimum of 1 year experience in youth development.
    • Previous Boys and Girls Club experience is highly desirable.
    • Ability to work flexible schedule based upon program/organizational needs.
    • Experience working with youth aged 6-18.
    • Strong youth group management/discipline skills.
    • Ability to help youth develop healthy habits and healthy lifestyles.
    • Ability to engage and develop positive relationships with youth from diverse backgrounds.
    • Ability to develop and implement organized youth development programs and services (including Academic Success, Healthy Lifestyles).
    • Strong oral and written communication skills.
    • Ability to obtain CPR/First Aid certification.
    • Computer skills in Microsoft Windows and Microsoft Office Suite or similar programs.
    • Physically able to be actively involved in children’s recreational activities.
    • Valid Driver’s License and be approved by the Club's auto insurance provider.
    • Positive “can do” team attitude.

    Supervision
    The Sports & Fitness Specialist is directly responsible to the assigned Program Coordinator. The Sports & Fitness Specialist may be responsible for oversight and supervision of volunteers.

    Essential Functions Leadership
    • Shows commitment, enthusiasm, and dedication to the Club and its’ mission.
    • Practice & Implement the Mission statement, 5 Key Elements and Core Values.
    • Communicate professionally, honestly and fairly with members, school faculty, staff and parents.
    • Must set an example of professionalism in the community.
    • Ensures that the Brand of Don Moyer Boys & Girls Club upholds a positive image.
    • Required to sign up for Leadership University on bgca.net and complete webinars.
    • Attends all designated DMBGC staff meetings and conferences/trainings assigned by the Health & Wellness Coordinator and Director of Operations.

    Prepare Youth for Success
    • Following the Boys & Girls Club model: coordinate programs, services and activities that prepare youth for success, promoting safety of members and quality in programs at all times. Provide guidance, tutoring, and mentoring to members.

    • Contribute to the planning and implementation of the strategic plan by:
    a. Enforcing Club policies and procedures
    b. Assisting in planning and implementing the schedule of activities and recreational events.
    c. Planning, organizing and implementing a range of program services and activities for drop in members and visitors.
    d. Initiating new and creative programs.
    e. Promoting program participation.

    • Ensure quality improvement by monitoring and evaluating program achievement against target goals, recommending modifications that respond to member needs and interests and participating in weekly staff meetings.

    Health and Safety
    • Ensure a healthy and safe environment, supervising members in program area.
    • Manage facilities and ensure a productive work environment, maintaining an inventory of all educational and recreation equipment and supplies in good order.

    Program Development and Implementation

    • Manage administrative systems by registering new members and participating in their club orientation process.

    Supervision

    • Promotes safety of members, quality in programs and appearance of the branch at all times.
    • Provides guidance and is a role model to members.
    • All members are treated with respect in all interactions.
    • Employee is always in position to supervise all kids.
    • Staff should be spread out in different areas of the Club ensuring members’ safety.
    • Supplies are being used responsibly and materials are not being wasted.
    • Personal cell phone use is kept to a minimum.

    RELATIONSHIPS:
    • Internal: Maintain close, daily contact with Club staff (professional and volunteer), Club Members, and supervisor to receive/provide information, discuss issues, explain guidelines/instructions; instruct; and advise/counsel.
    • External: Maintain contact with external community groups, schools, members' parents and others to assist in resolving problems, as assigned by supervisor.
    • Other duties as assigned.

  • Gamesroom Specialist

    Key Roles
    • Maintain the cleanliness of the Gamesroom on an ongoing basis (putting all equipment away, cleaning/maintaining board game shelf).
    • Monthly Activity Calendar is posted and followed.
    • Gamesoom rules are posted and enforced
    • Creates and post rules for all table games (pool, ping pong and foosball).
    • Plans and conducts variety of age appropriate activities, tournaments and instructional clinics on a daily basis.
    • Members are rewarded through positive recognition including Youth of the Month.
    • Maintain and enforce check in/check out policy with games and equipment.
    • Maintain all games and equipment in good order.
    • Employee is on time to work every day and calls supervisor if running late.
    • If calling out, employee is to contact supervisor by 10 a.m.
    • Employee follows Dress Code Policy as stated in the Employee Handbook including visibly wearing staff shirt and lanyard daily.
    • Employee will prepare materials for daily activity prior to members’ arrival.
    • Employee is willing to help out with additional tasks and is flexible in regards to helping out in other areas.
    • Posted cleaning schedule is followed daily. Gamesroom Specialist duties include sweeping and wiping down snack tables and area.
    • Daily decisions are based on Organizational goals, objectives, and policies.
    • Any and all concerns in regards to the Athletic area, programs, members, parents, school faculty, staff or Club policies are immediately discussed with Health & Wellness Coordinator in a professional manner.

    Qualifications
    • Must be at least 18 years of age.
    • Must possess a high school diploma or the equivalent.
    • Minimum of 1 year experience in youth development.
    • Previous Boys and Girls Club experience is highly desirable.
    • Ability to work flexible schedule based upon program/organizational needs.
    • Experience working with youth aged 6-18.
    • Strong youth group management/discipline skills.
    • Ability to help youth develop healthy habits and healthy lifestyles.
    • Ability to engage and develop positive relationships with youth from diverse backgrounds.
    • Ability to develop and implement organized youth development programs and services (including Academic Success, Healthy Lifestyles).
    • Strong oral and written communication skills.
    • Ability to obtain CPR/First Aid certification.
    • Computer skills in Microsoft Windows and Microsoft Office Suite or similar programs.
    • Physically able to be actively involved in children’s recreational activities.
    • Valid Driver’s License and be approved by the Club's auto insurance provider.
    • Positive “can do” team attitude.

    Supervision
    The Gamesroom Specialist is directly responsible to the assigned Program Coordinator. The Gamesroom Specialist may be responsible for oversight and supervision of volunteers.

    Essential Functions Leadership
    • Shows commitment, enthusiasm, and dedication to the Club and its’ mission.
    • Practice & Implement the Mission statement, 5 Key Elements and Core Values.
    • Communicate professionally, honestly and fairly with members, school faculty, staff and parents.
    • Must set an example of professionalism in the community.
    • Ensures that the Brand of Don Moyer Boys & Girls Club upholds a positive image.
    • Required to sign up for Leadership University on bgca.net and complete webinars.
    • Attends all designated DMBGC staff meetings and conferences/trainings assigned by the Health & Wellness Coordinator and Director of Operations.

    Prepare Youth for Success
    • Following the Boys & Girls Club model: coordinate programs, services and activities that prepare youth for success, promoting safety of members and quality in programs at all times. Provide guidance, tutoring, and mentoring to members.

    • Contribute to the planning and implementation of the strategic plan by:
    a. Enforcing Club policies and procedures
    b. Assisting in planning and implementing the schedule of activities and recreational events.
    c. Planning, organizing and implementing a range of program services and activities for drop in members and visitors.
    d. Initiating new and creative programs.
    e. Promoting program participation.

    • Ensure quality improvement by monitoring and evaluating program achievement against target goals, recommending modifications that respond to member needs and interests and participating in weekly staff meetings.

    Health and Safety
    • Ensure a healthy and safe environment, supervising members in program area.
    • Manage facilities and ensure a productive work environment, maintaining an inventory of all educational and recreation equipment and supplies in good order.

    Program Development and Implementation
    • Manage administrative systems by registering new members and participating in their club orientation process.

    Supervision
    • Promotes safety of members, quality in programs and appearance of the branch at all times.
    • Provides guidance and is a role model to members.
    • All members are treated with respect in all interactions.
    • Employee is always in position to supervise all kids.
    • Staff should be spread out in different areas of the Club ensuring members’ safety.
    • Supplies are being used responsibly and materials are not being wasted.
    • Personal cell phone use is kept to a minimum.
    .

    RELATIONSHIPS:
    • Internal: Maintain close, daily contact with Club staff (professional and volunteer), Club Members, and supervisor to receive/provide information, discuss issues, explain guidelines/instructions; instruct; and advise/counsel.
    • External: Maintain contact with external community groups, schools, members' parents and others to assist in resolving problems, as assigned by supervisor.
    • Other duties as assigned.

  • Van Driver

    DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS

    Must be 21 years of age.
    Valid Driver’s License and be approved by the Club's auto insurance provider.
    Positive “can do” team attitude.
    Must be able to communicate effectively with adults and youth.
    Must have a good driving record.

Our Impact

  • Youth Served

    1712

  • Volunteers

    860

  • Teens Served

    616

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