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The Accounting Manager assures the timeliness, accuracy, and integrity of financial records and reports. The primary activity is the supervision and completion of the monthly accounting cycle. The Accounting Manager reports directly to the CFO and supervises the Staff Accountant, the Accounts Payable Coordinator and the Grant Accounting Coordinator. The Accounting Manager backs up key duties of staff and the CFO in his/her absence.

General Ledger:

  • Plans, conducts, and supervises monthly and annual closings and all other activities related to the accounting cycle
  • Monitors all input of data into the general ledger, including data posted from accounts payable, payroll and other sources
  • Calculates, records, and posts general journal entries and maintains documentation for insurance and other expense allocations; fringe benefit allocations and other personnel related adjustments; accruals and related reversals; investment transactions and balances; cash transfers; error corrections; auditor and other post-closing entries; etc.
  • Maintains subsidiary ledger detail for selected general ledger accounts and reconciles these amounts to general ledger balances
  • Analyzes and reconciles selected asset, liability, revenue, equity, and expense accounts
  • Maintains the chart of accounts, adding and deleting accounts as needed
  • Enters and maintains budgetary information in the general ledger
  • Maintains all other system settings and parameters in the general ledger and journals

Grant and Regulatory Reporting:

  • Reviews billing invoices for Broward County and other granting agencies
  • Prepares financial reports for granting agencies
  • Calculates grants receivable balances and reconcile them with the general ledger
  • Monitors compliance with grant requirements
  • Reviews filings with state agencies and other regulatory bodies, Annual Reports, Department of Commerce, Multiple Worksite Report, Unclaimed Property, Review Form 941

Cash Management:

  • Prepares a daily cash balance report for the operating account and other accounts as needed
  • Reconcile all bank accounts to the general ledger
  • Reconcile all investment accounts to the general ledger
  • Maintain and update bank and investment account signatory records
  • Maintain security of company credit cards

Receipts and Receivables:

  • Coordinates and reconciles revenue recorded in the fund raising database and the general ledger
  • Reviews and monitors the general ledger classification of all receipts
  • Maintains and reconciles pledge receivable balances
  • Prepare Accounts Receivable Invoices
  • Coordinate monthly Accounts Receivable meetings
  • Attend special events and supervise collection of funds at registration & auction checkout

Supervisory and Backup:

  • Supervises, and when necessary, backs up the Staff Accountant, Accounts Payable Coordinator and Grant Accounting Coordinator in all phases of accounts payable; payroll; receipts and receivables; grant billing invoices
  • Backs up the CFO in his/her absence as needed and as specified by the Co-CEOs.

Other Responsibilities:

  • Provides auditors with schedules, documents, and assistance
  • Prepares and updates Standard Operating Procedures (SOP’s) as needed
  • Conducts or supervises accounting system conversions and upgrades
  • Establishes and monitors the organization, filing, storage, and destruction of documents
  • Other duties as assigned

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or related field required with thorough knowledge, minimum of five years, of not-for-profit accounting experience strongly preferred, suitable prior work experience may be substituted in lieu of education at the discretion of BGCBC Management;
  • Experience with Blackbaud Financial Edge, SAPP, Great Plains or similar accounting software required.
  • Experience with Insperity, Paycom, Paychex, ADP or other payroll software required.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of technology skills, including computer operations, word processing with a high degree of accuracy
  • Good grammar, strong customer service skills and strong attention to details are required.
  • Ability to analyze and clearly communicate complex financial information is required.
  • Superior interpersonal abilities are needed, with the ability to get along with diverse personalities, at all times displaying tact, maturity and flexibility.
  • Good reasoning abilities and sound judgment.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Ability to display a positive attitude and professional demeanor at all times
  • Reliable transportation needed to attend meetings and events.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS/PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

The duties above indicate the essential functions of the job. High energy level required. Must possess good interpersonal abilities; and the ability to get along with diverse personalities at all times displaying tact, maturity, flexibility and professionalism. Successfully communicate through speaking, writing and reading with comprehension. Manage multiple tasks with varying deadlines. Some local travel required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions.

Must pass background screening including Level 2 (fingerprinting) and DFWP.

EEO/ADA/E-Verify

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The primary responsibility of the Events Manager is to assist in the coordination of successful Events while meeting budgetary goals. You will work closely with the Events Team and others. The Events Department of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Broward County produces over twelve (12) or more significant events each year.

RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE:

  • Act as event lead for four (4) well-known events
  • Active team member in all events.
  • Coordinate and execute vendor registrations for the Concours d’ Elegance
  • Attend committee meetings, assist with live and silent auctions, staffing, training and supervising BGCBC staff and volunteers, attending and producing sub-event functions and varied delegated assignments that ensure the success of all events.
  • Prepare, monitor and control lead events annual revenue and expense budget.
  • Assist event chairs in obtaining sponsorships, table sales, advertisers, live & silent auction items, raffle prizes and other revenue sources.
  • Produce all Live Auction Videos
  • Within one week of each event, must present to a written financial recap.
  • Coordinate Event Completion assignments
  • Additional events or related responsibilities as assigned
  • Effectively manage, train and motivate staff and volunteers on a daily basis and other BGCBC staff and volunteers during the events.
  • Manage the expenses associated with all events.

RELATIONSHIPS:

  • Maintain close daily communication with throughout department to update progress on all events.
  • Maintain daily communication with Accounting Department to ensure correct input of all donations, billing and expenses. Work in a positive and professional manner with all program staff while assisting with special events.
  • Maintain excellent communication with event personnel while mentoring and training such individuals.
  • Communicate with appropriate Board members, Committee Chairs and Members, event staff, volunteers, sponsors, vendors and act as liaison where appropriate for Boys & Girls Clubs of Broward County.

QUALIFICATIONS/REQUIREMENTS:

  • 4-year College Degree preferred, however, relevant significant experience will be considered
  • Minimum of three (3) years in event production.
  • Demonstrate skills and experience in the production of financially successful special events ranging from single-day to multi-day events.
  • Demonstrate the ability to lead, train, direct and motivate volunteers and staff.
  • Demonstrate the ability to manage a budget.
  • Ability to use Microsoft Office programs, including spreadsheets, Power Point and word processing with a high degree of accuracy.
  • Experience with Raisers Edge software a plus
  • Exceptional customer service skills and attention to detail.
  • Ability to understand and negotiate contracts with vendors.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Ability to display a positive attitude and professional demeanor at all times
  • Reliable transportation needed to attend meetings and events.

ENVIRONMENTAL AND WORKING CONDITIONS:

The majority of work will be conducted in an office setting; however, major blocks of time will be away from the office and at the event venues. Various off-site meetings will occur at respective Boys & Girls Clubs or Volunteer offices. The position may require weeknight and or weekend meetings/events.

Physical and mental requirements:

Sit for 4 or more hours per day. Prolonged periods of standing, walking, carrying, standing, lifting items up to 20 pounds and bending are also necessary to the role. Good sight and hearing are essential. Successfully communicate through speaking, writing and reading with comprehension. Manage multiple tasks with varying deadlines.

Successful candidate must pass Level 2 (fingerprinting) background screen and drug screening, have a valid driver's license and clean driving record.

Position requires some evening and weekend hours

EEO/DFWP/E-Verify

Job Type: Full-time

Pay: $35,000.00 - $38,000.00 per year

COVID-19 considerations:

daily temperature checks, face-covering mandatory, frequent use of hand-sanitizer, social distancing, compliance with directional markers; sharing of equipment prohibited.

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The A/P Coordinator will be responsible to record, control and pay financial obligations incurred by the organization. The primary activity is the processing of invoices, purchase orders, and other requests for payment while adhering to internal control procedures essential for this position. The Accounts Payable Coordinator backs up certain key duties of the Staff Accountant.

QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS: Demonstrated knowledge of accounting principles; technology skills, including computer operations, word processing with a high degree of accuracy, good grammar, strong customer service skills and strong attention to details are required. Bachelor’s degree in accounting or related field preferred. Experience with Blackbaud Financial Edge, SAPP, Great Plains or similar accounting software required.

Accounts Payable:

  • Receives invoices, purchase orders, check requests, and other requests for payment, and reviews documentation for completeness, accuracy, reasonableness, authorization, and account coding.
  • Processes staff expense reimbursements
  • Organizes documents in batches in preparation for entering Accounts Payable system
  • Enters data into Accounts Payable system, processing an average of 150 invoices per week, runs edit reports, and finalizes batches.
  • Processes 1099’s
  • Accurately files vendor invoices complete with all payment information.

Check Processing - Executes check runs; handles the mailing and distribution of checks.

Vendor Maintenance - Runs accounts payable aging report and reconciles subsidiary and general ledgers monthly; Resolves billing disputes and other vendor related issues; Sets up and maintains vendor folders; Maintains computerized vendor files.

Other Responsibilities:

  • Provides auditors with schedules, documents, and assistance.
  • Manages and controls petty cash for all locations.
  • Maintains Finance correspondence files.
  • Supervises ordering of office supplies.
  • Brings bank deposits to bank.
  • Works’ registration and check-out desk at various fund-raising events as assigned.
  • Backs up the Staff Accountant with respect to posting of cash receipts.
  • Performs other clerical functions as needed.

Please submit your resume for consideration. Must be able to pass all background screens including but not limited to drug screen, level 2 (fingerprinting) and reference checks. Must have valid driving license.

EEO/DFWP

Job Type: Full-time

Pay: $30,000.00 - $35,000.00 per year

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REPORTS TO:         VP of Corporate Events & Sponsorships

 

GENERAL FUNCTION:

The Events Director is responsible for the successful production of events while meeting financial and operational goals. The Events Director will work closely with the VP of Corporate Events & Sponsorships as well as complete delegated assignments from the Executive Vice President.

 

KEY ROLES:

 

TECHNICAL:     

  • Coordinate and execute registrations for vendors, cars, judges and motorcycles for the Concours d Elegance as well as oversee the operations and execution of the following events:  Dinner Auction and Hollywood Welcomes the Stars.
  • Active team member in all events.
  • Attend committee meetings, assist with live and silent auctions, staffing, training and supervising BGCBC staff and volunteers, attending and producing sub-event functions and varied delegated assignments that ensure the success of outlined events.
  • Prepare, monitor and control annual revenue and expense budget for lead events.
  • Assist event chairs in obtaining sponsorships, table sales, advertisers, auction items and other revenue sources.
  • Within one week of each event, must present a written financial recap to Executive Vice President and Director of Corporate Events.
  • Lead Staff and delegator in additional events to be determined.
  • Additional events or responsibilities as assigned.

 

MANAGERIAL:

  • Supervising and managing all Event Coordinators, including assigning tasks, and performance evaluation.
  • Effectively manage, train and motivate staff and volunteers on a daily basis and other BGCBC staff and volunteers during the events.
  • Coordinate any assignments that are assigned by the EVP or Director of Corporate Events.
  • Manage the expenses associated with all events.

 

RELATIONSHIPS:

Internal:

  • Maintain close daily communication with Executive Vice President & VP of Corporate Events & Sponsorshipsto update progress on all events.
  • Maintain daily communication with Accounting Department to ensure correct input of all donations, billing and expenses.
  • Work in a positive and professional manner with all program staff while assisting with special events.
  • Maintain excellent communication with event personnel while mentoring and training such individuals.

 

External:

  • Communicate with appropriate Board members, Committee Chairs and Members, event staff, volunteers, sponsors, vendors and act as liaison where appropriate for Boys & Girls Clubs of Broward County.

 

QUALIFICATIONS/REQUIREMENTS:

 Education/Experience:

  • 4-year College Degree required.
  • Minimum of four (4) years in event production.
  • Demonstrate skills and experience in the production of financially successful special events ranging from single day to multi-day events.
  • Demonstrate the ability to lead, train, direct and motivate volunteers and staff.
  • Demonstrate the ability to manage a budget.

Knowledge:

  • Ability to use Microsoft Office programs, including spreadsheets, Raisers Edge, Power Point and word processing with a high degree of accuracy.
  • Exceptional customer service skills and attention to detail.
  • Ability to understand and negotiate contracts with vendors.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Ability to always display positive attitude and professional demeanor.

Transportation:

  • Reliable transportation needed to attend meetings and events.

 

ENVIRONMENTAL AND WORKING CONDITIONS:

The majority of work will be conducted in an office setting; however, major blocks of time will be away from the office and at the event venues.  Various off-site meetings will occur at respective Boys & Girls Clubs or Volunteer offices. The position may require weeknight and or weekend meetings/events.

 

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS/PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

The duties above indicate the essential functions of the job.  Job is physically comfortable; some local travel is required. Successfully communicate through speaking, writing and reading with comprehension. Manage multiple tasks with varying deadlines.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions.

Position requirements include: 

  • Walking–during events and other activities, required to walk (for up to 4 hours) throughout venue as needed.
  • Talking – constantly required to express or exchange ideas by means of the spoken word.
  • Hearing – required to hear spoken word and frequently required to work in a loud environment (primarily events)
  • Sight – position requires both close and distance visual acuity for computer work and monitoring volunteers.
  • Standing – occasionally required to stand for sustained periods of time (related to Club activities and Organizational events.)
  • Sitting – occasionally required to sit for up to 4 hours.
  • Bending / squatting – occasionally required to bend (picking items up off the floor, assisting in set-up and break down of events)
  • Fingering – occasionally required to type for extended periods of time (answering emails, writing reports, creating program documents, etc.)
  • Lifting – occasionally required to lift/move items up to 20 pounds.
  • Skills essential for successful communication include speaking and writing.
  • Worker will be subject to both inside and outside environmental conditions.

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REPORTS TO: VP of Corporate Events & Sponsorships

 

GENERAL FUNCTION:

The primary responsibility of the Fundraising Events /Auction Generalist is to assist in the coordination of successful Events, secure Live & Silent Auction items for the fundraising events, enter those items into the auction software and coordinate the presentation of each item.  In addition, to perform other duties that are assigned for the benefit of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Broward County.

 

KEY ROLES:

 

TECHNICAL:

  • Assist at Guest Registration at all Events.
  • Assist in execution of all events.
  • Reconcile all credit card statements.
  • Assist with Accounts Receivables phone calls following all events.
  • Perform administrative tasks for Events Team as requested.
  • Handle all Event Team office supply orders.
  • Enter all constituents into Raiser’s Edge system with proper campaign destinations.
  • Update all Raiser’s Edge records to ensure integrity of data is current and correct.
  • Responsible for mailing out all Concours d’Elegance tickets to sponsors and any ticket purchased by phone.
  • Responsible for creating and maintaining Concours d’Elegance ‘Will Call’ Lists
  • Assist with Event Committee Meeting “Set –Ups” and preparing materials packages for the meeting.
  • Assist with the coordination of auction ticket packages sold for each event including followup and RSVPS.
  • Track and maintain lists of all BGCBC Ticket Package Holders for each event and contact as needed.   
  • Assist Event Team in Committee and Affinity Group correspondences.
  • Assist in securing guest names for all galas and events.
  • Attend all Car and/or Motorcycle Shows for Concours d ’Elegance Promotions.
  • Solicit and Secure Auction Items
  • Complete Regular Silent Auction Solicitation Mailings
  • Complete all online auction requests.
  • Upload all Auction Items into Qtego, the mobile bidding device.
  • Create descriptions for all auction and include photos.
  • Maintain an accurate Auction Inventory system.

 

MANAGERIAL:

  • Effectively manage, train, and motivate staff & volunteers on an ongoing basis and other BGCBC staff and volunteers during the events.
  • Manage the expenses associated with abovementioned events.
  • Act as primary contact to the BGCBC and event Vendors where applicable.

 

RELATIONSHIPS:

  • Maintain close daily communication with VP pf Corporate Events and Sponsorships.
  • Maintain daily communication with Accounting Department to ensure correct input of all donations, billing and expenses.
  • Work in a positive and professional manner with all staff while assisting with special events as well as in the office.
  • Maintain excellent communication with event personnel while mentoring and training such individuals.
  • Communicate with appropriate Board members, Committee Chairs and Members, event staff, volunteers, sponsors, vendors, and act as liaison where appropriate for Boys & Girls Clubs of Broward County.

 

 

QUALIFICATIONS/REQUIREMENTS:

 Education/Experience:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Event Planning or a related field preferred, suitable prior work experience may be substituted in lieu of education at the discretion of BGCBC Management.
  • Minimum of two (2) years’ experience in successful (meeting budgetary goals) event planning. Non Profit experience a plus.
  • Demonstrate skills and experience in the production of financially successful special events ranging from single day to multiday events.
  • Demonstrate the ability to lead, train, direct and motivate volunteers and staff.
  • Demonstrate the ability to manage a budget.

Knowledge:

  • Ability to use Microsoft Office programs, including spreadsheets and word processing with a high degree of accuracy.
  • Exceptional customer service skills and attention to detail.
  • Ability to understand and negotiate contracts with vendors.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Ability to always display a positive attitude and professional demeanor.

Transportation:

  • Reliable transportation needed to attend meetings and events.

 

ENVIRONMENTAL AND WORKING CONDITIONS:

Most of the work will be conducted in an office setting; however, major blocks of time will be away from the office and at the event venues.  Various off-site meetings will occur at respective Boys & Girls Clubs or Volunteer offices.

 

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS/PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

The duties above indicate the essential functions of the job.  Job is physically comfortable; some local travel is required. Successfully communicate through speaking, writing, and reading with comprehension. Manage multiple tasks with varying deadlines.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions.

Position requirements include: 

  • Walking–during events and other activities, required to walk (for up to 4 hours) throughout venue as needed.
  • Talking – constantly required to express or exchange ideas by means of the spoken word.
  • Hearing – required to hear spoken word and frequently required to work in a loud environment (primarily events)
  • Sight – position requires both close and distance visual acuity for computer work and monitoring volunteers.
  • Standing – occasionally required to stand for sustained periods of time (related to Club activities and Organizational events.)
  • Sitting – occasionally required to sit for up to 4 hours.
  • Bending / squatting – occasionally required to bend (picking items up off the floor, assisting in set-up and break down of events)
  • Fingering – occasionally required to type for extended periods of time (answering emails, writing reports, creating program documents, etc.)
  • Lifting – occasionally required to lift/move items up to 20 pounds.
  • Skills essential for successful communication include speaking and writing.
  • Worker will be subject to both inside and outside environmental conditions.

Broward County

Part-time

GENERAL FUNCTION:

The Game Room Assistant is responsible for planning and conducting a varied and exciting program, giving informal guidance to members and maintaining a good atmosphere in the Gamesroom.

 

KNOW HOW:

Must have the ability to plan and know how to conduct games and activities. Must be able to enforce Boys & Girls Club Rules and Policies in a fair and equitable manner.

 

JOB SEGMENTS:

  1. Plan a weekly game room program with written plans due every Monday.
  2. Organize and conduct the game room program.
  3. Orientate new members to the game room.
  4. Promote game room activities and encourage participation by all Members.
  5. Enforce Boys & Girls Club activities and events as assigned including performing membership clerk duties if assigned.
  6. Participate in Staff Meetings and Conferences.
  7. Keep all equipment in good repair and ready for play.
  8. Keep area clean and in order.
  9. Assist with other Boys & Girls Club activities and events as assigned including performing membership clerk duties if assigned.

 

PHYSICAL AND MENTAL REQUIREMENTS:

High energy level, comfortable performing multi-faceted projects in conjunction with day-to-day activities. Superior interpersonal abilities.  Ability to get along with diverse personalities, at all times displaying tact, maturity and flexibility. Good reasoning abilities and sound judgment. Physical requirements include sight, hearing, sitting; and standing. Skills essential for successful communications include speaking and writing.

 

EFFECT ON END RESULTS:

A game room program with high energy and activity level that is highly patronized by the Members. A room atmosphere that is positive and inviting to all members.

 

This job description is intended to provide a summary of the major duties and responsibilities of this job.

You may be requested to perform job-related tasks other than those specifically presented in this description.

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Part Time

 

RESPONSIBLE TO:                Swim Program Supervisor

GENERAL FUNCTION:

Ensure safety of all swimmers and assist in classes and other activities conducted in the swimming pool. Supervise life guards in absence of Swim Program Supervisor. Implement directives of Swim Program Supervisor to ensure an effective and fun Swim Program is being run. Cover swim program at both Carver Ranches and Levine Clubs as needed, traveling and working at either pool as needed.

 

JOB SEGMENTS:

1. Enforce all pool rules.

2. See that boys and girls shower and are clean before swimming.

3. Assist with swimming classes and tests.

4. Help organize games and special events in pool.

5. Lead Swim Instructor is in charge of pool when Swim Program Supervisor is out of pool area.

6. Observe all safety precautions at all times

7. Assign staff or personally stand outside of restroom door whenever member(s) is in the restroom.

           8. Help maintain the pool and swimmers records.

         9. Assist in other areas of the club when pool is closed due to weather or other issues. (appropriate shoes and attire required.)

10. Participate in Staff Meetings and Conferences.                      

11. Assist in keeping members aware of the swimming schedule.

12. Work assigned hours to maximize pool use; including morning hours during Swim Central program operation.

13. Report to work at either the Levine/Slaughter (North Lauderdale) or Carver Ranches (West Park) pool as assigned by Swim

      Program Supervisor. Sometimes you may be required to work at both pools in the same day.

14. Other duties may be assigned to meet the needs of the Boys & Girls Club.

 

KNOW HOW:

Must be a current Certified Swim Instructor and Certified Lifeguard with current First Aid and CPR certificates; must have and maintain a Certified Swim Instructor and be a Certified Lifeguard with current First Aid and CPR certification and have Red Cross Life Saving Rating. Minimum requirements include:

  • At least 3 years of experience as an instructor or lifeguard;
  • Must demonstrate safety as the highest priority;
  • Must have ability to teach large volumes of children with ages ranging from 6-18;
  • Must be able to command control of classes; must be able to organized swim class schedules;
  • Must be a team player;
  • Must be able to assist in training new swim teachers and lifeguards;
  • Must be able to teach front stroke, back stroke, breast stroke, butterfly and treading water;
  • Must be able to communicate well with staff, students and parents;
  • Must see and embrace the long-term vision of the Club’s Swim Academy program;
  • Must be able to fill out various skill report forms associated with BGCBC grant programs which may require computer skills;
  • Must be able to work closely with the Swim Program Supervisor in building a world-class BCBGC Swim Program which may include a swim team;
  • Must be able to manage the entire Swim Program in the absence of the Swim Program Supervisor;
  • Must be a good role-model for other staff members and the students;
  • Must embrace the Boys & Girls Club motto: “Great Futures Start Here”

 

 

 

PHYSICAL AND MENTAL REQUIREMENTS

Position requires a high energy level, and ability to perform multi-faceted projects in conjunction with day-to-day activities. Superior interpersonal abilities are needed. Ability to get along with diverse personalities, at all times displaying tact, maturity, and flexibility. Good reasoning abilities and sound judgment. Physical requirements include sight, hearing, and standing for four plus hours per day. Skills essential for successful communications include speaking and writing. Position requirements include: 

  • Walking–constantly required to walk (for up to 4 hours) on the pool deck  or floor and in the Club as needed
  • Talking – constantly required to express or exchange ideas by means of the spoken word (leading classes, directing swimmers, guiding staff, etc.)
  • Hearing – frequently required to work in a loud environment
  • Sight – position requires both close and distance visual acuity for paperwork and monitoring children 
  • Standing – required to stand for sustained periods of time while monitoring children and leading lessons
  • Sitting – occasionally required to sit for up to 2 hours
  • Bending – occasionally required to bend (picking items up off of the floor, removing food items from the fridge and warming oven, etc.)
  • Pushing & pulling – required to push & pull (retrieving life vests, and other items, assisting swimmers, sweeping pool deck as needed, etc.)
  • Fingering – occasionally required to type for extended periods of time (answering emails, writing reports, creating program documents, etc.)
  • Lifting – occasionally required to lift/move items up to 50 pounds.
  • Skills essential for successful communication include speaking and writing.
  • Worker will be subject to both inside and outside environmental conditions.

 

 

EFFECT ON END RESULTS:

The goal is to have a safe and fun swimming program that teaches all non-swimmers how to swim.

 

The information presented indicates the general nature and level of work expected of employees in this classification. It is not designed to contain, or to be interpreted as, a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, qualifications and objectives required of employees assigned to this job.

 

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GENERAL FUNCTION:

The Physical Education Assistant (PE Assistant) is directly responsible for the planning and conducting of daily Physical Activities as well as assisting with intramural leagues.

 

KNOW HOW:

Must be able to plan and conduct activities. Must have working knowledge of sports and be capable of officiating athletic contests.

 

JOB SEGMENTS:

  1. Plan and conduct weekly physical activities program that are varied and exciting including games of low organization, relays, team sports, individual sports and contests. Written plans are due every Monday.
  2. Assist with the conduct of intramural leagues to the extent determined by your supervisor.
  3. Stimulate interest and participation by all members in the Physical Education Program.
  4. Help maintain the Physical Education Areas and Equipment.
  5. Maintain discipline and adherence to the Boys & Girls Club Rules.
  6. Develop a positive atmosphere among the boys and girls toward themselves, others and the Boys & Girls Club.
  7. Assist with other Boys & Girls Clubs Activities and Events as assigned.
  8. Participate in Staff Meetings and Conferences.
  9. Serve as Locker Room Attendant if assigned.

 

PHYSICAL AND MENTAL REQUIREMENTS

High energy level, comfortable performing multi-faceted projects in conjunction with day-to-day activities. Superior interpersonal abilities. Ability to get along with diverse personalities, at all times displaying tact, maturity, and flexibility. Good reasoning abilities and sound judgment. Physical requirements include sight, hearing, standing, walking, bending, squatting for four plus hours per day. Skills essential for successful communications include speaking and writing.

 

EFFECT ON END RESULTS:

A Physical Education Program that engages the members and meets their varied needs, encourages participation and understanding of and appreciation for good sportsmanship and respect for the rights of others.

 

This job description is intended to provide a summary of the major duties and responsibilities of this job.  You may be requested to perform job-related tasks other than those specifically presented in this job description.

 

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RESPONSIBLE TO:             Unit Director

 

GENERAL FUNCTION:

This person is responsible for seeing that boys and girls complete the membership process, membership record keeping and general supervision.

 

KNOW HOW:

Must be able to maintain accurate records and enforce Boys & Girls Club rules and policies in a fair and equitable manner.

 

JOB SEGMENTS:

  1. Reception and Registration of Memberships including collecting dues and issuing Membership Cards.
  2. Maintain current Membership Record for all members.
  3. Maintenance of Membership Statistics.
  4. Recording daily attendance.
  5. Introduce New Members and encourage them to participate in Club Activities and make all members feel welcome.
  6. Enforce Club rules and Policies to both Members and Guests.
  7. Assist in the conduct of Programs and Activities.
  8. Act as information Center for questions about the club.
  9. Answer the telephone, take messages and provide a good public image for all who call.
  10. Greet all visitors to the Club and direct them to the proper person or area.
  11. Sell concession items.
  12. Participate in Staff Meetings and Conferences.
  13. Control entrance to the building both inside and outside.

 

PHYSICAL AND MENTAL REQUIREMENTS

High energy level, comfortable performing multi-faceted projects in conjunction with day-to-day activities. Superior interpersonal abilities. Ability to get along with diverse personalities, always displaying tact, maturity and flexibility. Good reasoning abilities and sound judgment. Physical requirements include sight, hearing, sitting for four plus hours per day. Skills essential for successful communications include speaking and writing.

 

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RESPONSIBLE TO: Supervisor of area assigned.

 

GENERAL FUNCTION:       Support staff for various program as assigned.

 

KNOW HOW:           

Must have working knowledge of core program areas including academic success, education and career, and health and physical education.  Good interpersonal skills and ability to work with others.  

 

JOB SEGMENTS:

1.    Stimulate interest and participation for members in areas assigned such as reading/math/nutrition/fitness.

2.    Help maintain classroom materials and fitness equipment.

3.    Help instructor, coordinator, classroom teacher or fitness director as assigned.

4.    Help with mobilizing members to attend or participate in program.

5.    Help with maintaining discipline and adherence to BGC rules.

6.    Develop a positive atmosphere among the members toward achieving long term academic and social goals.

7.    Assist with collecting and tabulating data

8.    Other duties as assigned

 

SKILLS/ABILITIES  

Prior experience working with children helpful. Must have working knowledge of Boys & Girls Clubs of Broward County’s core program areas including, academic success, education and career, health and physical education. 

 

  • Good interpersonal skills and ability to work with others.
  • High level of energy, endurance and patience.
  • Comfortable working with different personalities in an informal environment.
  • Good reasoning abilities and sound judgment. 
  • Ability to always model appropriate behaviors.
  • Ability to address and de-escalate crisis. 

 

PHYSICAL AND MENTAL REQUIREMENTS:

The duties above indicate the essential functions of the job.  Job is physically comfortable; some local travel may be required. Physical requirements include sight, hearing, sitting, standing and walking for over two hours plus per day.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions.

 

POSITION REQUIREMENTS INCLUDE: 

  • Walking–throughout workday, required to monitor members as they participate.
  • Talking – required to express or exchange ideas by means of the spoken word.
  • Hearing – frequently required to work in a moderately loud environment.
  • Sight – position requires both close and distance visual acuity for computer work and monitoring members.
  • Standing – required to stand for sustained periods of time.
  • Sitting – occasionally required to sit.
  • Bending – occasionally required to bend (picking items up off of the floor, assisting in set-up and break down tables).
  • Use of hands/fingers – occasionally required to type for extended periods of time (answering emails, writing reports, creating program documents, etc.).
  • Lifting – occasionally required to lift/move items up to 20 pounds.
  • Skills essential for successful communication include speaking and writing.
  • Worker will be subject to both inside and outside environmental conditions.

 

EFFECT ON END RESULTS:

Ensure a safe fun environment for members to learn and grow.

 

This job description is intended to provide a summary of the major duties and responsibilities of this job.  You may be requested to perform job-related tasks other than those specifically presented in this description.

 

 

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REPORTS TO: Club Director 

GENERAL FUNCTION: 

The primarily function of the Program Manager is to assist with the delivery of the Club’s overall services to youth for the positive growth of the individual, by supporting Club Director in implementing all areas relevant to the 3 (three) core program areas of: (1) Academic Success; (2) Good Citizenship and Character; and (3) Healthy Lifestyles. 

JOB SEGMENTS: 

1. To develop, plan, execute and supervise a diversified youth development program consistent with the goals and objectives of the organization, as approved by the Club Director and County Director. 

2. Shall assist in planning, coordinating, scheduling, supervising, recruitment and orientation of program staff and volunteer. 

3. To provide leadership to all Club staff for better understanding and needs of the individual member. 

4. Establish and conduct special programs to meet the needs of the Club’s members. 

5. Provide counseling and follow-up on individual members as necessary, and identify member’s individual needs. 

6. Establish a community based service network which includes; school employees, community leaders and other social service agencies to provide needed services to the individual. 

7. To promote and stimulate participation in Club membership, including the promotion and coordination of inter-departmental activities and special events. 

8. Plan, organize and conduct programs utilizing community resources. 

9. To maintain discipline and acceptable behavior of members within the Club. 

10. To maintain accurate records of activities, programs, and members in prescribed manner and meet respective administrative deadlines. 

11. To maintain and operate programs in accordance with the standards of the organization. 

12. To assist in conducting regular staff meetings as well as periodic volunteer meetings. 

13. To assist in evaluating program staff, volunteers, programs and activities. 

14. To recommend requisition of supplies, equipment and maintain a safe environment. 

15. Assist in the supervision of the care, maintenance and cleanliness of equipment, building, grounds and organization’s vehicle (when checked out). 

16. Administer first aid if necessary. 

17. Adhere to established time schedules. 

18. Perform other duties as assigned. 

KNOW HOW: 

  • Ability to distinguish when time to discipline and time to counsel members (use good judgment.) 
  • Good listening skills. 
  • Ability to get along and motivate members and staff creating a positive environment for members and staff. 
  • Ability to be creative with programs, members, room décor, etc. 
  • Ability to work equipment (ie.copier, DVD, computers, security equipment) in building that is used frequently. 
  • Skills for planning and initiating activities based on youth developmental needs. 
  • Demonstrated communication skills both verbal and written. 
  • Ability to supply creative ideas and suggestions for new programs or methods for improving old ones. 
  • Maintain grounds. 
  • Act as Volunteer Liaison as needed to schedule volunteers throughout the club as appropriate. 
  • Manage grants, achieve deliverable and create reports 

 

In addition to the specific professional job duties, all Program Managers must also possess the ability to: 

  • Access facility needs and perform janitorial duties, mopping, cleaning walls, bathrooms, etc. 
  • Perform minor maintenance (ie. change light bulbs, ceiling tiles, hanging posters, painting, and sports equipment). 
  • Move throughout activity area without disrupting youth traffic flow and activities. 
  • Perform CPR and First Aid techniques. 
  • Handle a variety of tasks at one time correctly. 
  • Recognize and react quickly to problems, challenges and quickly stop undesirable activity (arguing, fighting, horseplay, etc.). 
  • Supervise activity either inside or outside the Club. 
  • Assist children with homework. 
  • Work in any department within Club on an emergency basis, especially the game room at an acceptable performance level to maintain a safe environment. 
  • Drive organization vehicles, such as 15 passenger vans, buses, etc. 
  • Manage Club Finances to understand and work within department budgets. 
  • Communicate in person, on the telephone and in print. 
  • Take members on field trips and provide direct supervision of assigned members at places like museums, zoos, waterslide parks, Lion Country Safari, etc. 
  • Work in non-air conditioned or heated facilities and provide supervision such as on outdoor playgrounds. 
  • Immediately correct safety concerns, (water on floor, equipment not stored correctly, doors left unlocked, etc.) 
  • Answer telephone and communicate with caller in a professional and effective manner. 
  • Pick up needed supplies from stores and bring to Club when necessary. 

 

EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE: 

- Must possess at least a Bachelors Degree and preferably, a minimum of three years experience in a full-time position working with children. 

- A current commercial driver’s license (CDL) is preferred, and the ability/willingness to obtain in the future. 

- A safe driving record is required and must be maintained. 

- Certificates of First Aid and CPR are required, or have the ability to obtain in the future. 

 

PHYSICAL AND MENTAL REQUIREMENTS 

High energy level required. Program Manager must be comfortable performing multi-faceted projects in conjunction with day-to-day activities; must possess superior interpersonal abilities; and the ability to get along with diverse personalities at all times displaying tact, maturity, flexibility and professionalism. Good reasoning abilities and sound judgment are also required. 

Position requirements include: 

  • Walking–constantly required to walk (for up to 4 hours) on the floor during peak hours and rotating throughout the Club as needed 
  • Talking – constantly required to express or exchange ideas by means of the spoken word (conducting staff meetings, guiding staff, meeting with members and parents, etc.) 
  • Hearing – frequently required to work in a loud environment (especially in the gym and games rooms with the combined sounds of children and game equipment.) 
  • Sight – position requires both close and distance visual acuity for computer work and monitoring children 
  • Standing – occasionally required to stand for sustained periods of time (related to Club and Organizational events.) 
  • Sitting – occasionally required to sit for up to 2 hours 
  • Bending – occasionally required to bend (picking items up off of the floor, removing food items from the fridge and warming oven, etc.) 
  • Pushing & pulling – occasionally required to push & pull (sweeping, cleaning floors with push brooms, etc.) 
  • Use hands/fingers to handle or feel – occasionally required to type for extended periods of time (answering emails, writing reports, creating program documents, etc.) 
  • Lifting – occasionally required to lift/move items up to 50 pounds. 
  • Skills essential for successful communication include speaking and writing. 
  • Worker will be subject to both inside and outside environmental conditions. 

 

EFFECT ON END RESULT: 

Success shall be measured by such terms as growth in program development, level of member participation, and overall demonstration of responsibility in the position of Program Manager. Specific accountability will be further evidenced through the use of three to six month objectives as determined by the administration, employee, and his/her immediate supervisor. 

Accomplishment of these goals will have a direct effect on the success of the employee and the results of his/her evaluation. 

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Must have working knowledge of core program areas including academic success, education and career, and health and physical education. Good interpersonal skills and ability to work with others.

Stimulate interest and participation for members in areas assigned such as reading/math/nutrition/fitness.

JOB SEGMENTS:

  • Help maintain classroom materials and fitness equipment.
  • Help instructor, coordinator, classroom teacher or fitness director as assigned.
  • Help with mobilizing members to attend or participate in program.
  • Help with maintaining discipline and adherence to BGC rules.
  • Develop a positive atmosphere among the members toward achieving long term academic and social goals.
  • Assist with collecting and tabulating data

Monday – Friday, 25 hours /week; 2pm – 7pm


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Must have the ability to plan and know how to conduct games and activities.

  • Plan a weekly game room program with written plans due every Monday.
  • Organize and conduct the game room program.
  • Orientate new members to the game room.
  • Promote game room activities and encourage participation by all Members.
  • Enforce Boys & Girls Club activities and events as assigned including performing membership clerk duties if assigned.
  • Participate in Staff Meetings and Conferences.
  • Keep all equipment in good repair and ready for play.
  • Keep area clean and in order.
  • Assist with other Boys & Girls Club activities and events as assigned including performing membership clerk duties if assigned.
  • Must have high energy level, comfortable performing projects in conjunction with day-to-day activities, and interpersonal abilities.


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Monday - Friday 2-7pm

The Membership Clerk is responsible for seeing that boys and girls complete the membership process, membership record keeping and general supervision. Responsible for assuring members are picked up only by authorized individuals.

Primary Responsibilities and Essential duties Include:

  • Reception and Registration of Memberships including collecting dues and issuing Membership Cards.
  • Maintain Safe Passage policy without exception.
  • Learn and use KidTrax or other software for maintenance of current Membership Records of all members; maintenance of Membership Statistics and recording daily attendance.
  • Introduce New Members and encourage them to participate in Club Activities and make all members feel welcome.
  • Enforce Club rules and Policies to both Members and Guests.
  • Assist in the conducting of Programs and Activities.
  • Act as information center for questions about the club.
  • Answer the telephone, take messages and provide a good public image for all who call.
  • Greet all visitors to the Club and direct them to the proper person or area.
  • Sell concession items.
  • Participate in Staff Meetings and Conferences.
  • Control entrance to the building both inside and outside.
  • Must pass our pre-employment screening

Respond by resume humanresources@bgcbc.org

Must have working knowledge of core program areas including academic success, education and career, and health and physical education. Good interpersonal skills and ability to work with others.

JOB SEGMENTS:

  • Stimulate interest and participation for members in areas assigned such as reading/math/nutrition/fitness.
  • Help maintain classroom materials and fitness equipment.
  • Help instructor, coordinator, classroom teacher or fitness director as assigned.
  • Help with mobilizing members to attend or participate in program.
  • Help with maintaining discipline and adherence to BGC rules.
  • Develop a positive atmosphere among the members toward achieving long term academic and social goals.
  • Assist with collecting and tabulating data.

Monday – Friday, 25 hours per/week, 2pm – 7pm


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The Membership Clerk is responsible for seeing that boys and girls complete the membership process, membership record keeping and general supervision. Responsible for assuring members are picked up only by authorized individuals.

JOB SEGMENTS:

  • Reception and Registration of Memberships including collecting dues and issuing Membership Cards.
  • Maintain Safe Passage policy without exception.
  • Learn and use KidTrax or other software for maintenance of current Membership Records of all members; maintenance of Membership Statistics and recording daily attendance.
  • Introduce New Members and encourage them to participate in Club Activities and make all members feel welcome.
  • Enforce Club rules and Policies to both Members and Guests.
  • Assist in the conduct of Programs and Activities.
  • Act as information center for questions about the club.
  • Answer the telephone, take messages and provide a good public image for all who call.
  • Greet all visitors to the Club and direct them to the proper person or area.
  • Sell concession items.
  • Participate in Staff Meetings and Conferences.
  • Control entrance to the building both inside and outside.

Monday – Friday 25 hours/week; 2pm – 7pm


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After school hours - 2pm-7pm

Non-School days 8am-4pm

The Gamesroom Supervisor is responsible for planning and conducting a varied and exciting program, giving informal guidance to members (ages 6-12) and for maintaining a good atmosphere in the Gamesroom.

Must have the ability to plan and know how to conduct games and activities. Must be able to enforce Boys & Girls Club rules and policies in a fair and equitable manner.

  • Plan a weekly Gamesroom Program with written plans due every Monday.
  • Organize and conduct the Gamesroom Program.
  • Orientate new members to the Gamesroom.
  • Promote Gamesroom activities and encourage participation by all Teen members.
  • Enforce Boys & Girls Clubs rules and policies.
  • Provide informal guidance to all Teen members.
  • Keep all equipment in good repair and ready for play.
  • Keep area clean and in order.
  • Assist with other Boys & Girls Club activities and events as assigned.
  • Participate in staff meetings and conferences.
  • Must be at least 21 years old


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We are searching for an energetic and enthusiastic individual with a background in sports and fitness. Must be able to plan and conduct activities and have working knowledge of sports and be capable of officiating athletic events. We are seeking an adult with experience working with youth 6-18 years old. Part time position M-F, 3p – 8p, rotating Saturdays from 11a – 3p, non-school days from 9a – 5p.

  • Need to be highly energetic, enthusiastic and creative.
  • Must be able to multi task.
  • Ability to work with large groups.
  • Must exhibit high level of maturity and ability to maintain control when dealing with members.
  • College level education preferred but not required.
  • Must pass our pre-employment screening.


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The Game Room Assistant is responsible for assisting in the planning and conducting of a varied and exciting program, giving informal guidance to members and maintaining a good, inviting atmosphere in the Gameroom.

JOB SEGMENTS:

  • Promote game room activities and encourage participation by all Members
  • Assist Gameroom Supervisor in the planning of a weekly game room program.as assigned.
  • Help organize and conduct the game room program.
  • Help orientate new members to the game room.
  • Enforce Boys & Girls Club rules.
  • Participate in Staff Meetings and Conferences.
  • Help keep all equipment in good repair and ready for play.
  • Help keep area clean and in order.
  • Assist with other Boys & Girls Club activities and events including performing membership clerk duties if assigned.

Monday – Friday, 25 hours/week, 2pm – 7pm


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LEO GOODWIN FOUNDATION TEEN CENTER

7201 Kimberly Blvd., N. Lauderdale, FL 33068 - View Map    

Youth Aide is responsible to assist the Supervisor/Instructor in the club. The Youth Aide helps the club members, gathers the members for specific activities, and will assist in other areas of the club as needed. Current high school student or college student preferred.

JOB SEGMENTS:

  • Stimulate interest and participation for members in areas assigned such as reading/math/nutrition/fitness.
  • Help maintain classroom materials and fitness equipment.
  • Help instructor, coordinator, classroom teacher or fitness instructor as assigned.
  • Help with mobilizing members to attend or participate in program.
  • Help with maintaining discipline and adherence to BGC rules.
  • Develop a positive atmosphere among the members toward achieving long term academic and social goals.
  • Assist with collecting and tabulating
  • Other duties as assigned

    Monday – Friday, 25 hours/week – 2pm – 7pm


    Respond by resume humanresources@bgcbc.org

     

The Game Room Assistant is responsible for assisting in the planning and conducting of a varied and exciting program, giving informal guidance to members and maintaining a good, inviting atmosphere in the Gamesroom.

JOB SEGMENTS:

  • Promote game room activities and encourage participation by all Members
  • Assist Gameroom Supervisor in the planning of a weekly game room program.as assigned.
  • Help organize and conduct the game room program.
  • Help orientate new members to the game room.
  • Enforce Boys & Girls Club rules.
  • Participate in Staff Meetings and Conferences.
  • Help keep all equipment in good repair and ready for play.
  • Help keep area clean and in order.
  • Assist with other Boys & Girls Club activities and events including performing membership clerk duties if assigned.

Monday – Friday, 25 hours/week, 2pm – 7pm


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Youth Aide is responsible to assist the Supervisor/Instructor in the club. The Youth Aide helps the club members, gathers the members for specific activities, and will assist in other areas of the club as needed. Current high school student or college student preferred.

JOB SEGMENTS:

  • Stimulate interest and participation for members in areas assigned such as reading/math/nutrition/fitness.
  • Help maintain classroom materials and fitness equipment.
  • Help instructor, coordinator, classroom teacher or fitness instructor as assigned.
  • Help with mobilizing members to attend or participate in program.
  • Help with maintaining discipline and adherence to BGC rules.
  • Develop a positive atmosphere among the members toward achieving long term academic and social goals.
  • Assist with collecting and tabulating
  • Other duties as assigned

Monday – Friday, 25 hours/week – 2pm – 7pm

Respond by resume humanresources@bgcbc.org

 

The Gameroom Supervisor is responsible for planning and conducting a varied and exciting program, giving informal guidance to members, and maintaining a good atmosphere in the Gameroom.

JOB SEGMENTS:

  • Promote game room activities and encourage participation by all Members
  • Weekly plan and submit a game room program of activities to supervisor for approval .
  • Implement planned activities.
  • Organize and conduct the game room program.
  • Orientate new members to the game room.
  • Enforce Boys & Girls Club rules.
  • Encourage engagement of members
  • Keep all equipment in good repair and ready for play.
  • Keep area clean and in order.
  • Assist with other Boys & Girls Club activities and events including performing membership clerk duties if assigned.
  • Participate in Staff Meetings and Conferences.
  • Must be able to enforce Boys & Girls Club Rules and Policies in a fair and equitable manner.
  • Needs to be energetic enthusiastic and creative.
  • Must be a positive mentor and of good moral character.
  • Must be able to multi task and display superior interpersonal skills
  • Must be able to work with groups

Monday – Friday, 25 hours per/week, 2pm – 7pm; may be asked to work rotating Saturdays.


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Monday - Friday 2:00PM - 7:00PM

The Membership Clerk is responsible for seeing that boys and girls complete the membership process, membership record keeping and general supervision. Responsible for assuring members are picked up only by authorized individuals.

Primary Responsibilities and Essential duties Include:

  • Reception and Registration of Memberships including collecting dues and issuing Membership Cards.
  • Maintain Safe Passage policy without exception.
  • Learn and use KidTrax or other software for maintenance of current Membership Records of all members; maintenance of Membership Statistics and recording daily attendance.
  • Introduce New Members and encourage them to participate in Club Activities and make all members feel welcome.
  • Enforce Club rules and Policies to both Members and Guests.
  • Assist in the conducting of Programs and Activities.
  • Act as information center for questions about the club.
  • Answer the telephone, take messages and provide a good public image for all who call.
  • Greet all visitors to the Club and direct them to the proper person or area.
  • Sell concession items.
  • Participate in Staff Meetings and Conferences.
  • Control entrance to the building both inside and outside.
  • Must pass our pre-employment screening

    Respond by resume humanresources@bgcbc.org

S. ROBERT LEVINE CAMPUS / WILLIAM E. SLAUGHTER CLUB

7201 Kimberly Blvd., N. Lauderdale, FL 33068 - View Map

Must have working knowledge of core program areas including academic success, education and career, and health and physical education. Good interpersonal skills and ability to work with others.

JOB SEGMENTS:

  • Stimulate interest and participation for members in areas assigned such as reading/math/nutrition/fitness.
  • Help maintain classroom materials and fitness equipment.
  • Help instructor, coordinator, classroom teacher or fitness director as assigned.
  • Help with mobilizing members to attend or participate in program.
  • Help with maintaining discipline and adherence to BGC rules.
  • Develop a positive atmosphere among the members toward achieving long term academic and social goals.
  • Assist with collecting and tabulating data

Monday – Friday, 25 hours per/week, 2pm – 7pm


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Part time, M-F, 2pm - 7pm,  10am-4pm (Non-School days)

Must possess the ability to plan, implement and facilitate educational programs for members ages 6-12. Must assist with homework in various subjects.

Must also be familiar with computers and the ability to access basic computer needs.

Responsibilities also include recruitment for the class and maintaining accurate records of all programs.

Must be able to assist with BGCA national evidence based curriculum and programs.

High energy level, comfortable performing multi-faceted projects in conjunction with day-to-day activities.

BA degree in Education is preferred, some post-secondary education acceptable.

Must pass our pre-employment screening

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The Gameroom Supervisor is responsible for planning and conducting a varied and exciting program, giving informal guidance to members, and maintaining a good atmosphere in the Gameroom.

JOB SEGMENTS:

  • Promote game room activities and encourage participation by all Members
  • Weekly plan and submit a game room program of activities to supervisor for approval .
  • Implement planned activities.
  • Organize and conduct the game room program.
  • Orientate new members to the game room.
  • Enforce Boys & Girls Club rules.
  • Encourage engagement of members
  • Keep all equipment in good repair and ready for play.
  • Keep area clean and in order.
  • Assist with other Boys & Girls Club activities and events including performing membership clerk duties if assigned.
  • Participate in Staff Meetings and Conferences.
  • Must be able to enforce Boys & Girls Club Rules and Policies in a fair and equitable manner.
  • Needs to be energetic enthusiastic and creative.
  • Must be a positive mentor and of good moral character.
  • Must be able to multi task and display superior interpersonal skills
  • Must be able to work with groups

Monday – Friday, 25 hours per/week, 2pm – 7pm; may be asked to work rotating Saturdays.


Respond by resume humanresources@bgcbc.org

The Game Room Assistant is responsible for assisting in the planning and conducting of a varied and exciting program, giving informal guidance to members and maintaining a good, inviting atmosphere in the Gameroom.

JOB SEGMENTS:

  • Promote game room activities and encourage participation by all Members
  • Assist Gameroom Supervisor in the planning of a weekly game room program.as assigned.
  • Help organize and conduct the game room program.
  • Help orientate new members to the game room.
  • Enforce Boys & Girls Club rules.
  • Participate in Staff Meetings and Conferences.
  • Help keep all equipment in good repair and ready for play.
  • Help keep area clean and in order.
  • Assist with other Boys & Girls Club activities and events including performing membership clerk duties if assigned.

Monday – Friday, 25 hours/week, 2pm – 7pm


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Part-time, Monday-Friday (3pm-6pm).

  • Certified Teacher needed to facilitate i-Ready web based educational training program for youth (Grades 1-8th), including recruitment, administering pre-test, post-test, recording attendance and participation of members.
  • Ability to troubleshoot issues as they arise, promote understanding of materials, encourage and reward members for their achievements and encourage participation of members.
  • Ability to supervise Teacher’s Aide as needed.
  • Must be a Certified Teacher and possess above average computer skills, patience, and enthusiasm.
  • Must pass our pre-employment screening

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Young girl smiling at an adult as they work on a project at a table together.