Careers

The Director of Program Development is responsible to execute policies that meet organizational compliance as it relates to grant administration, quality assurance/quality improvement standards and program outcome measurements. The Director of Program Development supervises the Grant Program Manager and oversees the management of Federal Food and Educational Grants, collection of data and completion of reports.

Key Roles include
Grant Administration responsibilities will include thoroughly understanding the parameters and specifications of all grants awarded to Boys & Girls Clubs of Broward County (BGCBC) to ensure that the requirements of each grant are met.:

  • Assist grant writer with writing the grant, complete all administrative documentation on-line for State or other funders as required
  • Represent BGCBC at all grant audits and reviews
  • Act as a liaison to grant funders throughout the life of the grant
  • Evaluate existing programs when determining grant placement within BGCBC footprint to ensure adequate staffing, and bandwidth of members to actively participate
  • Actively participate in interviewing and selection process of grant associated staff
  • Design orientation and training for various grant staff in Boys & Girls Clubs culture.
  • Attend annual training related to grant administration.
  • Identify and navigate food contract with vendors.
  • Oversee preparation of training materials such as books, supplies & posters for clubs.
  • Represent BGCBC when working with Department of Health & State Monitors as needed.
  • Review equipment needs and repairs at funded Clubs, order supplies from vendors and distribute to funded Clubs
  • Review and revise educational curriculums for the funded Clubs.
  • Design incentive system and supervise implementation for funded Clubs.
  • Review and process all grant related invoices.
  • Coordinate data entry for funded Clubs.
  • Report all challenges to the immediate supervisor, HR and the Club Directors as warranted.
  • Coordinate with Clubs the collection and tabulation of all report cards from students.
  • Ensure budget compliance by keeping a running total of all expenses by collaborating with the Finance Department.
  • Coordinate certification compliance with Human Resources by ensuring all grant related employees meet grant
  • Direct Grant Program Manager for the day-to-day oversight of grant execution

Quality Improvement/Quality Assurance Standards responsibilities such as:

  • Reinforce accountability with policies & procedures for the organization (Annual Reporting System (ARS) – annually, Commitment to Quality (CTQ)-annually, Standards of Organizational Effectiveness (SOE)-every three years).
  • Design/Research appropriate policies as needed for Clubs (BGCA Standards, Mental Health/Aggression Policy, HIPAA, Hurricane/Emergency, Florida Afterschool Network/Florida BG Clubs Alliance, Safe Passage Policy).
  • Work with State Agencies to ensure compliance for Clubs (Food Service/Safety).
  • Invite State Agencies to staff meetings to discuss compliance related concerns.

Program Outcome Measurements tasks:

  • Assist in writing grants/proposals in developing appropriate outcome program measurements for the Clubs.
  • Ensure high level of content expertise in outcome measurement and program planning for the organization.
  • Implement strategies for outcomes based on BGCA’s Formula for Impact.
  • Collect & interpret statistical data from Clubs for the organization, BGCA and other stakeholders.
  • Ensure effective outcome measurement of all assigned programs and projects and supervise appropriate reporting of results (Kid-Trax).
  • Provide direct support to Clubs, grantors and families on BGCBC program outcomes.
  • Design and edit Annual Reports and other documents for the organization & stakeholders.
  • “Go-to-Person” for organizational statistical and historical program information and documentation.

    Assist with projects as required by the Chief of Club Operations.

Assist with Special Events as needed.

Other duties as assigned.

SKILLS/KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED:

Graduate degree in the social service field from an accredited university and a minimum of three years of grant management experience is required. Years of experience in a substantially similar position may be considered.

  • Must be proficient in Excel, Microsoft Word and Power Point.
  • Ability to work with different personalities at the Clubs and with other grantors/vendors.
  • Ability to work effectively and be flexible in intermittently fast paces, rapidly changing and deadline driven environment.
  • Ability to work independently and develop solutions to issues that arise.
  • Ability to generate and implement methods for improving current processes and/or programs

PHYSICAL AND MENTAL REQUIREMENTS:

The duties above indicate the essential functions of the job.

  • Must demonstrate program and project management; budget planning and fiscal management; demonstrate high standards of ethics and integrity; strong verbal and written communication; outcome measurement and evaluation/research of youth development in the after school arena.
  • Must be able to supervise and train staff in program planning, implementation and assessment.
  • Position requires a high level of energy, endurance and patience; comfortable working with different personalities in both formal and informal environments.
  • Good reasoning abilities and sound judgment are required.
  • Ability to model appropriate behaviors at all times.
  • Successfully communicate through speaking, writing and reading with comprehension. Manage multiple tasks with varying deadlines.
  • Ability to address and de-escalate crisis is needed.

Must pass Level 2 (fingerprinting) background check and pre-employment drug test, and have a clean driving record.

Respond by resume humanresources@bgcbc.org

 

2pm to 7pm Monday through Friday with occasional Saturdays

will assist program staff in the gym and/or Cadet Gameroom and other areas of the club as needed.

Helps the club members, gathers the members for specific activities

Positive, energetic, and self-motivated individual with a passion for working with children and teens.

Able to work effectively on a team as well as in a self-directed environment and will possess excellent interpersonal skills.

Prior experience working with youth is a plus.

  • 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.
  • Must pass our pre-employment screening


    Respond by resume humanresources@bgcbc.org

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.


    Respond by resume humanresources@bgcbc.org

Monday - Friday 2-7)

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

2pm to 7pm Monday through Friday with occasional Saturdays from 11am to 3pm.

Part time position, 4 hours per day, 5 days per week (expanding to 6 hours per day during summer session) available to plan and conduct a well-rounded program in both Crafts & Fine Art, using projects as tools to teach self-confidence, appreciation of art, creativity, coordination and skill development.

Plan and conduct Craft, Fine Arts, and Digital Arts Classes, allowing members to express themselves in a variety of media.

Promote and stimulate interest in the Arts & Crafts program.

Control use of materials and supplies.

Ensure that Members complete projects.

See that facilities, equipment and supplies are given proper care and maintenance.

Participate in monthly meetings/art workshops.

Participate in staff conferences when required.

Position requires:

  • Organizational skills; superior interpersonal abilities; computer skills; creativity and patience are all desirable skills.
  • Ability to develop and deliver age group appropriate programs with infinite patience while working with children is essential. Ability to get along with diverse personalities, at all times displaying tact, maturity and flexibility.
  • Good reasoning abilities and sound judgment.
  • Demonstrable skills in Art required, Art Degree from accredited school preferred, strong desire to nurture and develop love of Art in children.
  • Physical requirements include sight, hearing, sitting for four plus hours per day.
  • Skills essential for successful communication include speaking and writing.
  • Must pass our pre-employment screening

    Respond by resume humanresources@bgcbc.org

Monday through Friday 3:00PM - 8PM with occasional Saturdays from 11am to 3pm possible

Part time position, 5 days per week (expanding to 6 hours per day during summer session) available to plan and conduct a well-rounded program in both Crafts & Fine Art, using projects as tools to teach self-confidence, appreciation of art, creativity, coordination and skill development.

Plan and conduct Craft, Fine Arts, and Digital Arts Classes, allowing members to express themselves in a variety of media.

Promote and stimulate interest in the Arts & Crafts program.

Control use of materials and supplies.

Ensure that Members complete projects.

See that facilities, equipment and supplies are given proper care and maintenance.

Participate in monthly meetings/art workshops.

Participate in staff conferences when required.

Position requires:

  • Organizational skills; superior interpersonal abilities; computer skills; creativity and patience are all desirable skills.
  • Ability to develop and deliver age group appropriate programs with infinite patience while working with children is essential. Ability to get along with diverse personalities, at all times displaying tact, maturity and flexibility.
  • Good reasoning abilities and sound judgment.
  • Demonstrable skills in Art required, Art Degree from accredited school preferred, strong desire to nurture and develop love of Art in children. Skills essential for successful communication include speaking and writing.
  • Must pass our pre-employment screening


    Respond by resume humanresources@bgcbc.org

2pm to 7pm Monday through Friday with occasional Saturdays

will assist program staff in the gym and/or Cadet Gameroom and other areas of the club as needed.

Helps the club members, gathers the members for specific activities

Positive, energetic, and self-motivated individual with a passion for working with children and teens.

Able to work effectively on a team as well as in a self-directed environment and will possess excellent interpersonal skills.

Prior experience working with youth is a plus.

Applicants must pass our pre-employment screening.

Respond by resume humanresources@bgcbc.org

Monday - Friday 3:00PM - 8PM

Part time, M-F, 2:30pm-6:30pm. 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

Respond by resume humanresources@bgcbc.org

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


    Respond by resume humanresources@bgcbc.org

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.


    Respond by resume humanresources@bgcbc.org

2pm to 7pm Monday through Friday with occasional Saturdays

will assist program staff in the gym and/or Cadet Gameroom and other areas of the club as needed.

  • Helps the club members, gathers the members for specific activities
  • Positive, energetic, and self-motivated individual with a passion for working with children and teens.
  • Able to work effectively on a team as well as in a self-directed environment and will possess excellent interpersonal skills.
  • Prior experience working with youth is a plus.
  • 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
  • College level education preferred but not required.
  • Must pass our pre-employment screening

Respond by resume humanresources@bgcbc.org

2pm to 7pm Monday through Friday with occasional Saturdays from 11am to 3pm.

Cadet Gameroom Supervisor experience programming for and mentoring youth ages 6 to 12.

Responsible for conducting a varied and exciting program, giving informal guidance to members 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.
  • Orient new members to the Gamesroom.
  • Promote Gamesroom activities and encourage participation by all 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 pass our pre-employment screening

Respond by resume humanresources@bgcbc.org

2:30pm to 6:30pm Monday through Friday with occasional Saturdays from 11am to 3pm.

Part time position, 4 hours per day, 5 days per week (expanding to 6 hours per day during summer session) available to plan and conduct a well-rounded program in both Crafts & Fine Art, using projects as tools to teach self-confidence, appreciation of art, creativity, coordination and skill development.

Plan and conduct Craft, Fine Arts, and Digital Arts Classes, allowing members to express themselves in a variety of media.

Promote and stimulate interest in the Arts & Crafts program.

Control use of materials and supplies.

Ensure that Members complete projects.

See that facilities, equipment and supplies are given proper care and maintenance.

Participate in monthly meetings/art workshops.

Participate in staff conferences when required.

Position requires:

  • Organizational skills; superior interpersonal abilities; computer skills; creativity and patience are all desirable skills.
  • Ability to develop and deliver age group appropriate programs with infinite patience while working with children is essential. Ability to get along with diverse personalities, at all times displaying tact, maturity and flexibility.
  • Good reasoning abilities and sound judgment.
  • Demonstrable skills in Art required, Art Degree from accredited school preferred, strong desire to nurture and develop love of Art in children.
  • Physical requirements include sight, hearing, sitting for four plus hours per day.
  • Skills essential for successful communication include speaking and writing.
  • Must pass our pre-employment screening

Respond by resume humanresources@bgcbc.org

Monday - Friday 3:00PM - 8PM

Part time, M-F, 2:30pm-6:30pm. 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

Respond by resume humanresources@bgcbc.org

Monday through Friday 3:00PM - 8PM with occasional Saturdays from 11am to 3pm possible

Part time position, 5 days per week (expanding to 6 hours per day during summer session) available to plan and conduct a well-rounded program in both Crafts & Fine Art, using projects as tools to teach self-confidence, appreciation of art, creativity, coordination and skill development.

Plan and conduct Craft, Fine Arts, and Digital Arts Classes, allowing members to express themselves in a variety of media.

Promote and stimulate interest in the Arts & Crafts program.

Control use of materials and supplies.

Ensure that Members complete projects.

See that facilities, equipment and supplies are given proper care and maintenance.

Participate in monthly meetings/art workshops.

Participate in staff conferences when required.

Position requires:

  • Organizational skills; superior interpersonal abilities; computer skills; creativity and patience are all desirable skills.
  • Ability to develop and deliver age group appropriate programs with infinite patience while working with children is essential. Ability to get along with diverse personalities, at all times displaying tact, maturity and flexibility.
  • Good reasoning abilities and sound judgment.
  • Demonstrable skills in Art required, Art Degree from accredited school preferred, strong desire to nurture and develop love of Art in children.
  • Physical requirements include sight, hearing, sitting for four plus hours per day.
  • Skills essential for successful communication include speaking and writing.
  • Must pass our pre-employment screening


    Respond by resume humanresources@bgcbc.org

Monday - Friday 2:30PM - 7:30PM

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

M-F, 2pm-7pm (School Year), some Saturdays. Non-School days 8am-4pm.

The Program Aide is responsible for assisting with planning and conducting a varied and exciting program, giving informal guidance to Club members (ages 6-12) and for maintaining a good atmosphere in the Gameroom.

Must have the ability to assist in planning 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 Gameroom Program with written plans.
  • Organize and conduct the Gameroom Program.
  • Orientate new members to the Gameroom.
  • Promote Gameroom activities and encourage participation by all Club members.
  • Enforce Boys & Girls Clubs rules and policies.
  • Provide informal guidance to all Club 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 training.
  • Assist in other areas within the Club as needed

    We are following CDC's recommendations and practicing social distancing.

    Respond by resume humanresources@bgcbc.org

Part time, M-F, 2:30pm-6:30pm. 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

Respond by resume humanresources@bgcbc.org

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 members.
  • Enforce Boys & Girls Clubs rules and policies.
  • Provide informal guidance to all 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 pass our pre-employment screening

    Respond by resume humanresources@bgcbc.org

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

    Respond by resume humanresources@bgcbc.org

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