Boys & Girls Clubs Of America Napa , CA 94558
JOB SUMMARY McPherson Unit
Under the supervision of the assigned member of the Senior Management Team, this position directs & manages overall daily operation of program administration. The primary functions of this position are: program and service delivery, membership administration, and supervision and training of staff. Also responsible for developing and maintaining working relationships with parents, school personnel and community stakeholders.
Key Roles (Essential Job Responsibilities)
Prepare Youth for Success
Ensure a fun, healthy and safe youth-friendly environment, ensuring facilities, grounds, equipment and supplies are clean and well maintained.
Promote and stimulate program participation.
Provide guidance and role modeling to members.
Program Development and Implementation
Plan, develop, implement and evaluate all Clubhouse or School Site programs, services and activities to ensure they meet stated objectives as well as member needs and interests.
Implement new programs according to the interests of the members as well as org. wide initiatives.
Follow BGCNV calendars and schedules for meetings, programs, trainings and reporting documents.
Manage program area and ensure a clean and productive work environment, maintaining inventory and organization of all program equipment and supplies.
Ability to independently recruit, interview, select, manage and motivate a team of part-time staff, ensuring productive and effective performance.
Support staff towards ongoing learning and improvement with a constant focus on program innovation.
Model exemplary performance and ideal program implementation for staff.
Ability to independently supervise small and large groups of youth in a recreation and educational setting, both indoors and outdoors, with youth safety as a top priority.
Recognize and react quickly to problems and stop the undesirable activity.
Complete accident or incident reports when appropriate, according to company procedures.
Ensure staff adhere to the BGCNV Code of Conduct.
Complete attendance reports, snack orders, program schedules, Quarterly Clubhouse Report, site reports, calendars and other reporting requirements in accordance with due dates.
Conducts regular meetings with staff, school personnel and immediate supervisor.
Maintain required average daily attendance.
Market program through a variety of sources: school newsletter/website, monthly take-home calendars, etc.
Purchase Clubhouse or School Site supplies & make deposits in accordance with internal budgeting and cash handling procedures.
Manages school site monthly program and annual membership fees.
Attend and assist with special events & fundraisers including (but not limited to) annual Crab Feed, Gala, Youth of the Year and Halloween Carnival.
Participate in team meetings as requested.
Attend trainings offered through BGCNV or partner agencies as requested by immediate supervisor.
Maintain open communication and a positive relationship with other staff, parents, teachers, tutors and other school personnel.
Communicate concerns or issues with immediate supervisor as they arise.
Responsible for leading or supporting summer and day camp programs on non-school days at various locations, as needed.
Responsible for the site operation of daily Child Nutrition Program (CACFP, SFSP): assuring snack service is compliant with program regulations, managing inventory and submitting food orders, maintaining snack program service documentation, training part-time staff on program compliance and procedure, supervising staff and participants during snack program. Attend Child Nutrition Program trainings annually and as needed.
Bachelors' Degree from an accredited college or university preferred.
Must be able to meet minimum qualification of school district Instructional Aide as set forth by NVUSD.
Experience managing and/or supervising youth development programs and associated staff.
Fluency (reading, writing and speaking) in both English and Spanish preferred.
Pre-employment Tuberculosis and Live Scan screenings required.
Mandatory CPR and First Aid Certifications (trainings provided by BGCNV).
Ability to stand for extended periods of time while supervising youth in both indoor and outdoor settings.
Ability to lift up to 20 pounds (program supplies, snack supplies, etc.).
Ability to bend, squat, climb stairs and lift frequently.