Up to 20 hours per week
|This Part time Youth Development Professional position is with the Boys & Girls Clubs of Southeastern CT; a member of the Boys & Girls Clubs of America.
The position will operate at a Boys & Girls Club Branch. Job responsibilities include but are not limited to: planning, promoting, coordinating and implementing all youth programming and serving as primary facility supervisor. The position will work closely with school principals and staff to develop a collaborative youth development program that meets the needs of neighborhood youth.
- Two and/or four-year college degree preferred.
- Prior experience in youth development, especially with Boys & Girls Clubs, preferred.
- Creativity and flexibility are a must.
- Demonstrated ability to adhere to approved organizational policies and procedures.
- Bilingual candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.
- Pass a drug testing and criminal background check.
- Proficient in Microsoft office suite applications.
- Establishes a program setting that insures the health and safety of Club members.
- Develops positive, productive relationships with youth.
- Develops plans and conducts programs and activities that appeal to youth in grades 1-12.
- Provides guidance support services to youth.
- Promotes and markets programs to youth, families and community members.
- Implements programs that attract youth; reflect the needs of youth are guidance oriented and respond in a timely manner to community needs.
- Maintains positive, productive relationship with and provides information to the staff and administration of partner schools.
- Interpret Boys & Girls Club purposes to individuals, schools and community.
- Communicate effectively and professionally with adults, youth, community groups and organizations (written and oral).
- Effectively organize, work in a collaborative environment, be flexible.
OPEN DATE: 8/5/2015 CLOSING DATE: Until Filled
Submit Resume and Application to:
Boys & Girls Club of Southeastern CT
PO Box 1849
New London, CT 06320
Attention: Michelle Maitland, Program Director