Careers

GENERAL FUNCTION:

The primary responsibility of the Events Specialist is to assist in the coordination of successful Fundraising Events while meeting budgetary goals.

 

KEY ROLES:

 

TECHNICAL:

Working closely with the Events Team to ensure the financial success of the multiple fundraisers that will need to be executed flawlessly.

  • Responsibilities will include, but will not limited to, attending committee meetings, assisting with Live and Silent Auctions, staffing, training and supervising BGCBC staff and volunteers, attending and producing subevent functions and varied delegated assignments that ensure the success of outlined events.
  • Prepare, monitor and control produced events annual revenue and expense budget.
  • Assist in obtaining sponsorships, table sales, advertisers, auction items and other revenue sources.

 

MANAGERIAL:

  • Effectively manage, train, and motivate staff and volunteers daily 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.

 

RELATIONSHIPS:

Internal:

  • Maintain close daily communication with the Events Director.
  • Maintain daily communication with Accounting Department to ensure correct input of all donations, invoicing and expenses.
  • Work in a positive and professional manner with all 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:

  • 4year Degree from an accredited institution preferred but not required.
  • Minimum of two (2) years’ experience in successful (meeting budgetary goals) event planning.
  • Demonstrate skills and experience in the production of financially successful special events ranging from multiday to single-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 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.

 

PHYSICAL AND MENTAL REQUIREMENTS:

Sit for extended periods of time, squatting, lifting items 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.

 

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Job Type:        Full-time

Salary:             $36,000.00 - $40,000.00

 

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.

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


Respond by resume humanresources@bgcbc.org

 

Must have the ability to plan and conduct programs in both crafts and fine arts, enforce Boys & Girls Club rules and policies, and provide age group appropriate programs. Must have infinite patience working with children. Primary Responsibilities and Essential duties Include:

  • Plan and conduct Classes, with written weekly plans due every Monday.
  • Plan and conduct Fine Arts Classes, allowing members to express themselves in a variety of media.
  • Promote and stimulate interest in the Arts program. · Requisition needed supplies.
  • Control use of materials and supplies.
  • See that Members complete projects.
  • Enforce Boys & Girls Club rules. · See that facilities, equipment and supplies are given proper care and maintenance.

Position requires high energy level, comfortable performing projects in conjunction with day-to-day activities, and interpersonal abilities. Good reasoning abilities and sound judgment. Ability to model appropriate behaviors at all times.

Monday – Friday, 20 – 25 hours per week, degree preferred, will be asked to bring portfolio of your work.

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


Respond by resume humanresources@bgcbc.org

 

The Education Instructor is responsible for encouraging an interest in and advancement in education for Boys & Girls Club members through computers and traditional educational methods.

Must have knowledge of both Education and Computer Science

  • Conduct three classes per day of eight boys and girls using computers and other educational tools as needed.
  • Open library for more informal uses when classes are not in session.
  • Encourage development of basic skills.
  • Encourage children to learn programs offered (digital arts, Club Tech, etc.)
  • Plan the Education Program on a weekly basis.
  • See that all materials and equipment are properly cared for.
  • Develop a positive relationship with members.
  • Use attractive displays to encourage participation and learning.
  • Keep area neat, clean and supervised at all times.
  • Develop a method of testing to evaluate progress.
  • Contact member’s regular teachers if needed to discuss progress and needs.

Monday – Friday, 20 hours per week, afternoon hours

Respond by resume humanresources@bgcbc.org

 

The Education Instructor is responsible for encouraging an interest in and advancement in education for Boys & Girls Club members through computers and traditional educational methods.

Must have knowledge of both Education and Computer Science

  • Conduct three classes per day of eight boys and girls using computers and other educational tools as needed.
  • Open library for more informal uses when classes are not in session.
  • Encourage development of basic skills.
  • Encourage children to learn programs offered (digital arts, Club Tech, etc.)
  • Plan the Education Program on a weekly basis.
  • See that all materials and equipment are properly cared for.
  • Develop a positive relationship with members.
  • Use attractive displays to encourage participation and learning.
  • Keep area neat, clean and supervised at all times.
  • Develop a method of testing to evaluate progress.
  • Contact member’s regular teachers if needed to discuss progress and needs.

Monday – Friday, 20 hours per week, afternoon hours

Respond by resume humanresources@bgcbc.org

 

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.

  • 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

 

GENERAL FUNCTION:

The Assistant Director – Teen Center reports directly to the Club Director and is responsible for the overall maintenance, supervision, program, and general operation of the Teen Center. He/She is responsible for activities relating to the outreach and recruitment of teen members. The Assistant Director – Teen Center is responsible for Community Relations and hiring staff at the Teen Center level. He/She coordinates the work of the Teen Center staff related to BGCBC 3 (three) core service areas. He / She will be responsible for the operations of the Club in the absence of the Club Director and will work directly with the Program Manager.

 

KNOW HOW:

The Assistant Director – Teen Center should possess the following skills:

 

TECHNICAL:

  • Ability to apply First Aid Techniques, including CPR & AED.
  • Ability to formulate proposals, needs lists, and prepare cost projections.
  • Possess knowledge of policies and procedures of Boys & Girls Clubs of Broward County regarding Teen Center operations and safety
  • Ability to plan, organize and conduct activities in the three core program areas
  • Possess knowledge of developmental stages of teens and adolescence and implement ageappropriate programming
  • Ability to manage grants, achieve deliverables, create reports, and meet required deadlines.

 

MANAGERIAL:

  • Ability to supervise, train and develop staff
  • Ability to maintain accurate records Financial, Membership, Program, Grant Program deliverables etc.
  • Ability to interpret goals and objectives of the organization and communicate them to staff.
  • Ability to maintain a professional image and reputation within the community
  • Ability to utilize program evaluation and activity forms.
  • Ability to plan, delegate, and follow up on projects.
  • Possess initiative and critical thinking skills in the areas of programming and teen center growth
  • Implement programming centered around the three core values:
  1. Academic Success
  2. Good Character and Citizenship
  3. Healthy Lifestyles

 

HUMAN RELATIONS:

  • Ability to counsel members and parents and work efficiently with Club Volunteers.
  • Ability to maintain discipline and create a positive workplace culture.
  • Ability to relate to the community, board members, parents, and Club members
  • Ability and desire to serve as an advocate for the rights and best interest of teen Club members
  • Ability to model enthusiasm and good character traits in the members.
  • Ability to present BGCBC Teen Center Programs in a favorable light to local Schools, Civic Groups, Boards, News Media, and the General Public.
  • Ability to organize and motivate support groups such as Advisory Boards. & Committees

 

SPECIFIC AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY FOR SUPERVISION AND DEVELOPMENT:

  • Supervise overall operation of the Teen Center.
  • Continually research programs and market the Teen Center to actively attract teens to the facility.
  • Assist in all areas of the Club as needed.
  • Assist in preparation and adherence to budget.
  • Coordinate and implement all Teen Center grant programs.
  • Turn in all monthly Teen Center reports by the 10th of each month.
  • Conduct Staff Meetings, inservice training and maintain accurate staff time sheet
  • Make periodic reports to the Club Director, Director of Club Operations, VP of Club Operations, and CoCEOs (if requested by the VP of Club Operations)
  • Turn in completed time sheets by 4:00 P.M. each Saturday of payday week.
  • Make periodic reports to the Senior Club Director, Director of Club Operations, and the President/CEO (if requested by the Director of Club Operations) and/or EVP, if needed.
  • Maintain accurate membership records.
  • Direct work of Teen Center staff and filling of any vacancies. (Note: all fulltime vacancies must be jointly filled by Assistant Director – Teen Center & Club Director)
  • Organize Award Programs for all activities.
  • Supervise maintenance of building and grounds and report maintenance needs in a timely matter
  • Follow all BGCBC policies, with guidance provided by the Director of Club Operations and the VP of Club Operations.  All final decisions will be approved by the CoCEO’s related to policies and disciplinary actions. 
  • Foster good public relations through Community involvement and presentations to Civic Groups.
  • Manage all Teen Center related correspondence and acknowledgements of Teen Center donations.
  • Provide leadership for the development of new and innovative programs.
  • Assist Administrative Office in special projects and assignments as needed.

 

In addition to the specific professional job duties, all Assistant Director – Teen Center, Program Managers, Health/Physical Education Coordinator and Social Recreation Coordinators must also possess the ability to:

  • Assess facility needs and perform janitorial duties, mopping, cleaning walls, bathrooms, etc.
  • Perform minor maintenance: change light bulbs, ceiling tiles, hanging posters, painting, and sports equipment.
  • Move throughout activity area without disrupting youth traffic flow and activities.
  • Ability to multi-task and handle a variety of tasks simultaneously
  • Recognize and react quickly to member incidents- arguing, fighting, horseplay, and stop the undesirable activity quickly and provide a safe, positive, and clean environment.
  • Supervise activities both inside and outside.
  • Assist children with homework.
  • Receive organization training to drive company vehicles and maintain transportation/mileage logs
  • Manage Teen Center operation budget.
  • Understand and work within department budgets.
  • Communicate in person, on the telephone and in print.
  • Take teens on field trips.
  • Work in non-air conditioned or heated facilities and provide supervision on outdoor playgrounds.
  • Immediately correct safety concerns (water on floor, stove left on, equipment not stored correctly, doors left unlocked, etc.)
  • Answer telephones and communicate with callers in a professional and effective manner.
  • Pick up needed supplies from stores and bring to Teen Center.
  • Conduct Parent Orientations with each new or renewing member of the teen center

 

EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE:

Bachelor’s Degree preferred; however, significant experience may be acceptable, minimum of three years’ experience in a full-time position working with children.

 

PHYSICAL AND MENTAL REQUIREMENTS:

A high energy level, comfortable performing multi-faceted projects in conjunction with day-to-day activities is important.  Superior interpersonal abilities are required.  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. Ability to stand and walk for four plus hours per day. Skills essential for successful communication include speaking and writing.

 

EFFECT OF END RESULTS:

Assistant Director – Teen Center shall be measured by such terms as growth in membership, program development, fiscal responsibility, meeting set deadline for grants and overall dependability in managing the affairs of the Teen Center.

 

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Job Type:  Full-time  

Salary:     $40,000.00

 

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.

  • 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, afternoon hours

Respond by resume humanresources@bgcbc.org

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.

  • 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

Must have the ability to plan and conduct programs in both crafts and fine arts, enforce Boys & Girls Club rules and policies, and provide age group appropriate programs. Must have infinite patience working with children. Primary Responsibilities and Essential duties Include:

  • Plan and conduct Classes, with written weekly plans due every Monday.
  • Plan and conduct Fine Arts Classes, allowing members to express themselves in a variety of media.
  • Promote and stimulate interest in the Arts program. · Requisition needed supplies.
  • Control use of materials and supplies.
  • See that Members complete projects.
  • Enforce Boys & Girls Club rules. · See that facilities, equipment and supplies are given proper care and maintenance.

Position requires high energy level, comfortable performing projects in conjunction with day-to-day activities, and interpersonal abilities. Good reasoning abilities and sound judgment. Ability to model appropriate behaviors at all times.

Monday – Friday, 20 – 25 hours per week, degree preferred, will be asked to bring portfolio of your work.

Respond by resume humanresources@bgcbc.org

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

     

GENERAL FUNCTION: Responsible for the overall functioning of the Front Desk including handling memberships, answering phones, daily attendance through KidTrax, directing visitors, 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. Must have proper phone etiquette, excellent customer service skills, and possess the ability to multitask.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Record daily attendance through KidTrax, this includes manual scans and enforcing that all Club members need their scannable Club cards.
  • Follow proper procedures as it relates to our “Safe Passage Policy”
  • Transmit KidTrax information nightly to ensure proper maintenance of membership statistics.
  • Reception and registration of all new memberships (receiving application and payment with photograph and birth certificate as needed, giving parent receipt, entering data in KidTrax, taking photographs, issuing KidTrax card, create/update emergency cards, file).
  • Answer the telephone, take messages, and provide a good public image for all who call.
  • Greet all visitors to the Club and direct them accordingly. Ensure all visitors have a visitor pass and keep the visitor log up to date.
  • Control the entrance to the building both inside and out.
  • Act as the information center for questions about the Club. This includes marketing the programs to both members and parents as well as distributing flyers to parents & club members as needed.
  • Enforce Club rules and policies to members, parents, and guests.
  • Ensure bulletin boards and signage on the front door is neat and up to date.
  • Organize parent information tables and ensure information is not outdated.
  • Maintain organization and cleanliness at the front desk.
  • Create & assist with social media posts & Club happenings.
  • Inventory all supplies (membership applications, parent handbooks, flyers, club cards, laminates, lanyards, ink, office supplies, first aid supplies, etc.), replenish and request as needed.
  • Dust trophy cases and trophies, sweep underneath and behind them.
  • Dust computer and shelving. Clean out any items left behind the counter.
  • Some know-how of Instagram and assisting to develop & create content along with monitoring social media accounts & offer constructive interaction with users & members.
  • Update the bulletin board to reflect the month’s activities.
  • Participate in staff meetings and training as requested.
  • Assist with Club wide special events as requested

 

EXPERIENCE:

 

  • Customer Service: 1 years (Preferred)
  • Receptionist: 1 year (Preferred)

 

EDUCATION:

  • High School Diploma or higher

Respond by resume humanresources@bgcbc.org

GENERAL FUNCTION:Teacher for CSC Summer Program, Y.E.S. Program (School Year), or I-Ready program

 

KNOW HOW:             

Must have a current Teacher’s Certificate and emergency First Aid & CPR Certificate. Must have the ability to teach in an informal environment. 

 

RESPONSABILITIES:

  • Stimulate interest and participation for members in specific area assigned, i.e. reading/math/nutrition/fitness, etc.
  • Maintain classroom management and classroom materials.
  • Prepare lesson plans, reward systems and parental contacts.
  • Mobilizing members to attend program classes.
  • Maintaining discipline and adherence to BGC rules.
  • Develop a positive atmosphere among the members toward achieving long term academic and social goals.

 

PHYSICAL AND MENTAL REQUIREMENTS:

High level of energy, endurance and patience are required. Comfortable working with different personalities in an informal environment.  Good reasoning abilities and sound judgment.  Ability to model appropriate behaviors at all times.  Ability to address and de-escalate crisis.  

Physical requirements include sight, hearing, sitting for over two hours plus per day.

 

EFFECT ON END RESULTS:

Completion of program and improved outcomes (reading, math, fitness & nutrition).  Positive feedback from Director of Program Development.  

 

Respond by resume humanresources@bgcbc.org

GENERAL FUNCTION:    Support staff for various programs 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.  Current high school student or college student preferred.

 

RESPONSABILITIES

  • 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 

 

PHYSICAL AND MENTAL REQUIREMENTS:

High level of energy, endurance and patience.  Comfortable working with different personalities in an informal environment.  Good reasoning abilities and sound judgment.  Ability to model appropriate behaviors at all times.  Ability to address and de-escalate crisis.  Physical requirements include sight, hearing, sitting for over two hours plus per day.

 

EFFECT ON END RESULTS:

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

 

Respond by resume humanresources@bgcbc.org

 

The Program Manager assists with the delivery of the Club’s overall services to youth for the positive growth of the individual members, supports the 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. 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 Senior Director of Club Operations.

2. Assists in planning, coordinating, scheduling, supervising, recruitment and orientation of program staff and volunteers.

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

4. Establishes and conducts special programs to meet the needs of the Club’s members.

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

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

7. Promotes and stimulates 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. Maintain discipline and acceptable behavior of members within the Club.

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

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

12. Assist in conducting regular staff meetings as well as periodic volunteer meetings.

13. Assist in evaluating program staff, volunteers, programs and activities.

14. 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.

SKILLS:

  • 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 (ex. 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 , ie. check area for broken glass, litter etc. prior to game play.
  • 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:

- Bachelor’s Degree preferred, however, significant experience may be acceptable, 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, and valid Driver License 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; Talking; Hearing; Sight; Standing; Sitting; Bending; Pushing & pulling; Use of hands/fingers to handle or feel; 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.

Must pass pre-employment background check (fingerprints) and drug screen.

EOE/ DFWP / E-Verify

Job Type: Full-time

Respond by resume humanresources@bgcbc.org

 

Must have the ability to plan and conduct programs in both crafts and fine arts, enforce Boys & Girls Club rules and policies, and provide age group appropriate programs. Must have infinite patience working with children. Primary Responsibilities and Essential duties Include:

  • Plan and conduct Classes, with written weekly plans due every Monday.
  • Plan and conduct Fine Arts Classes, allowing members to express themselves in a variety of media.
  • Promote and stimulate interest in the Arts program. · Requisition needed supplies.
  • Control use of materials and supplies.
  • See that Members complete projects.
  • Enforce Boys & Girls Club rules. · See that facilities, equipment and supplies are given proper care and maintenance.

Position requires high energy level, comfortable performing projects in conjunction with day-to-day activities, and interpersonal abilities. Good reasoning abilities and sound judgment. Ability to model appropriate behaviors at all times.

Monday – Friday, 20 – 25 hours per week, degree preferred, will be asked to bring portfolio of your work.

Respond by resume humanresources@bgcbc.org

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

  • 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.
  • Must possess the ability to plan, organize, implement and run recreational programs for children.
  • Needs to be energetic enthusiastic and creative.
  • Must be a positive mentor and of good moral character.
  • Part time, Monday to Friday, 3pm to 8pm, may be asked to work rotating Saturdays.
  • Needs to be highly energetic, enthusiastic, and creative.

Must be able to multi task and display superior interpersonal skills

Must be able to work with groups

Must exhibit high level of maturity and ability to maintain self-control when dealing with members

College level education preferred but not required.

Monday – Friday, 25 hours per week, afternoon hours

Respond by resume humanresources@bgcbc.org

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.

  • 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

 

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.
  • 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, afternoon hours

Respond by resume humanresources@bgcbc.org

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 Gameroom. 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 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.
  • 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.

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

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


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


Respond by resume humanresources@bgcbc.org

 

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

  • 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.
  • Must possess the ability to plan, organize, implement and run recreational programs for children.
  • Needs to be energetic enthusiastic and creative.
  • Must be a positive mentor and of good moral character.
  • Part time, Monday to Friday, 3pm to 8pm, may be asked to work rotating Saturdays.
  • Needs to be highly energetic, enthusiastic, and creative.

Must be able to multi task and display superior interpersonal skills

Must be able to work with groups

Must exhibit high level of maturity and ability to maintain self-control when dealing with members

College level education preferred but not required.

Monday – Friday, 25 hours per week, afternoon hours


Respond by resume humanresources@bgcbc.org

 

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