Campus/Lead Program Director

Position Classification: Full Time/Part Time; M-F ( between 12:30pm-6:30pm); (August-May)
General Function:
Responsible for overseeing the delivery of all program areas within the Club. Plans, develops, and manages program implementation. Supervises program staff and performs other related administrative duties. Serves as a liaison between parents, schools, community groups, and Club members. Works in partnership with the Executive/Area Director to ensure that a myriad of pro-social and youth development opportunities are available to all Club members. Provides orientation and goal setting for all Club members. Floater Campus Director will be housed at a specific site in the region of their choice. They will report to the housed site everyday unless told to work at another site in their region when needed.
Education and Experience:
Bachelors Degree in Youth Development Field (or equivalent education and experience) or at least 1 year program management experience.
Knowledge, skills and abilities:
Understanding of the Organizations philosophy, vision, and goals
Experience with youth development work
Ability to deal with a diverse population of youth ages 4 to 18
Experience with program development, planning, delivery, and implementation
Management and supervisory experience
Strong communication and interpersonal skills
Knowledge of all BGCA and local programs
Mandatory CPR and First Aid Certification
Ability to establish and cultivate positive relationships with youth
Job Responsibilities:
Recruit and retain participants to meet or exceed enrollment goals
Develop and maintain strong working relationships with key partners and parents
Supervise, provide/coordinate site staff training and staff development for program staff
Organize, direct, implement, and evaluate programming, to include programs in Boys & Girls Clubs of Americas five Core Program Areas
Provide individual and group instruction;
Maintain discipline, arbitrate disputes, and enforce Club rules
Facilitate all Club program staff meetings
Manage/Delegate appropriate responsibilities to program staff
Meet with volunteers and orientate them to the Club environment
Assist with establishing and maintaining collaborative relationships
Coordinate Public Relations and Membership Recruitment in targeted area
Implement a variety of comprehensive youth programs, services, and activities that address the interest and needs of all Club members ages 4 to18
Ensure planned programs, services, and activities are implemented in accordance with organizational mission, policies, and procedures
Assist program staff in guiding Club members into making appropriate program choices
Facilitate staff meetings
Solicit input from staff, community, parents, volunteers, and Club members for improvement
Manage the day-to-day operations of the Club
Productively and positively contribute to the organizational goal to maintain a safe, healthy, productive, and enjoyable workplace
Attend staff development and other specified training
Ensure that organizational goals and objectives are met
Ensure all BGCM Operational Policies and Procedures are being followed and addressed if needed
Ensure that program data and surveys are managed and administered as needed
Report to office a minimum of once a week to check campus mailbox and submit paperwork
Assist in account management process
Complete paperwork, reports, and other administrative tasks as assigned
Meet all stated deadlines
Other duties as assigned
Physical and Mental Requirements:
Must be comfortable performing multi-faceted projects in conjunction with day-to-day activities. Ability to get along with diverse personalities while at all times displaying tact, maturity, and flexibility. Physical requirements include sight, hearing, sitting for four plus hours per day, and ability to implement programs. Skills essential for success include speaking, writing, and use of PC.
Environment & Working Conditions:
Maintain internal contact with the Area Director or Executive Director and staff to obtain and exchange information and coordinate activities. Maintain contact with external community organizations, individuals, and parents.
After school/Recreational settings that include being in/out doors. Occasional weekend and evening work to support organizations fundraising events, trainings, and other activities.

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