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Under the supervision of the Executive Director, the Program Director has
responsibility for the creating, planning, implementing, coordinating and
overseeing of the Boys & Girls Club of America programs, local programs as
well as supervises Youth Development Specialist (YDS) personnel and volunteers.
The Program Director will also assist with day-to-day operations, resource
development, care and upkeep of the facility, special events, and community relations.
(Essential Job Responsibilities):
Plan and oversee the administration
of designated Club programs and activities that support youth development – day
to day activities, leagues, clinics and events
Establish program objectives and goals
that are consistent with the organization’s mission.
Oversee the provision of day-to-day
program activities in accordance with these objectives and goals.
Ensure that members are encouraged
to participate in a variety of programs and receive proper instruction and
constructive feedback to develop skills in program area(s).
Maintain Club program goals and
settings that insure the health and safety of members. Ensure that site staff
understand and effectively communicate standards of the program; that they
ensure program areas are safe and Club equipment is maintained in good working
condition, organized and stored in a safe and secure manner.
Ensure the evaluation of Club
programs on a continual basis and ensures programs respond to member needs and
address their gender and cultural diversity.
Control Club program and activity
expenditures within approved budget.
Identify and support training and
development opportunities for assigned volunteers and staff and perform these
duties in their absence
Delegate and monitor work assigned
to program volunteers and staff, provide ongoing feedback and regular appraisal
through performance reviews and evaluations to ensure productive and effective
performance by all program staff and volunteers.
Oversee proper record keeping and
reporting including attendance, activities and events conducted, breakdowns of
daily participation figures, notable achievements and any problems/issues.
Increase visibility of the Clubhouse
and effectively recruit new members and volunteers while maintaining those
Devise new programming to meet the
needs of the Clubhouse, ensuring that a creative, well-balanced and safe
program is provided for all participants.
Leave a lasting impact on every member
Coordinate grant activity to include implementation and
administration of grant requirements.
Ability to communicate effective supervisory techniques
to staff, to instigate their involvement in program planning and development,
to direct and stimulate staff performance, and to evaluate programs objectively
based on statistical activity and intuitive judgment.
Ability to make effective presentations to
organizational supervisors and to justify information provided; to make similar
presentations to community groups and leaders as called upon, in order to
generate support for club activities.
Desire to work with and help children be productively
busy and enjoy club activities; skill in working with family members to assist
in problem solving and to counsel as required to maintain smooth club
operations; ability to teach and provide an example of a good social attitude,
a responsible work ethic, and a high level of communication.
the Club in fundraising events and make suggestions on future events.
Consult with parents concerning
Become familiar with our Member
Assume other duties as assigned.
Maintain professional daily contact
with Club staff, volunteers and members, as well as Executive Director in order
to receive/provide information, discuss issues, explain or interpret
guidelines/instructions; instruct, and advise/council.
Maintain contact as needed with
external community groups, schools, member’s parents and others. Assist in
resolving complaints/grievances and ensure that all involved are aware of the
correct procedures and any new changes to those procedures.
Bachelor’s degree from an accredited
college or university.
A minimum of three years’ work
experience in a Boys & Girls Club or similar organization, specifically in
the fund-raising field, sales/marketing or equivalent experience.
Ability to establish and maintain
effective working relationships with Club staff, Board members, volunteers,
community groups, and other related agencies.
Ability to provide leadership for
the betterment of the organization.
Knowledge of the mission, objectives, policies, programs
and procedures of the Boys & Girls Club.
Knowledge of youth programs and implementation of such
Knowledge of basic supervisory practices and techniques.
Ability to communicate effectively
with young people from diverse backgrounds, ages 6-18 as well as a range of
other organizational personnel in a courteous and professional manner
Highly motivated and dedicated to
the organizational mission
Experience in program development
Knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word,
Excel, Power Point, Publisher)
Group leadership skills, including
an understanding of group dynamics.
Demonstrate organization, staff and
project management abilities.
The information presented indicates
the general nature and level of work expected of employees in this
It is not designed to
contain, nor be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties,
responsibilities, qualifications, and objectives required of employees assigned
to this job.
$27,187 – $34,750, DOE
8:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.