EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

All candidates interested in applying to BGCGC open positions are encouraged to submit a cover letter and resume to LaToya Alexander, Associate Vice President of Operations, at lalexander@bgcgc.org.  


Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Cincinnati is an equal opportunity employer, dedicated to a policy of nondiscrimination in employment on any basis including race, creed, color, age, sex, religion or national origin. 

Part-Time Opportunities:

Assistant Program Leader – 2 openings; U.S. Bank Club in Avondale. Starting pay $9.50-10.50/hr

Basic Function: To assist the Program Leader in the implementation of programs for Club members in accordance with BGCGC’s mission. Overall program will be varied, with emphasis on the Graduate, Fit for Life, Ready to Serve program model.

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Club Director (Part-time) - 1 opening: Mercer School-Based Site in Anderson, Township. Starting pay $14.00-16.00

Primary Function: To plan and implement programs for Club members in accordance with BGCGC’s mission. Overall program will be varied, with emphasis on the Graduate, Fit for Life, Ready to Serve program model.

Essential Job Responsibilities:

1.    Provide and ensure the delivery of programs reflecting the Graduate, Fit for Life, and Ready to Serve model.  Provide assistance to Club staff during Club operating hours by positioning oneself in program areas ensuring groups are rotating, programs are operating, and organization is maintained.    

 2.   Manage the facility in a manner that will assure a safe and clean environment for membership and staff.

 3.   Manage personnel in a manner that will assure a positive and nurturing Club environment.   

4. Manage members in a manner that will assure a positive and nurturing Club environment.  Document member disciplinary incidents, contact parents/guardians, and follow the necessary plan of discipline.  Act on behalf of the Club as the sole contact for parents and members when handling matters of discipline. 

 5.   Maintain accurate statistical accountability of all Club operations, including payroll, program schedules and the Child and Adult Care Food Program; utilizing KidTrax software, track membership, daily attendance and Club activities. Operate the Club within its annual budget.

 6.  Ensure programs, services, and activities that facilitate achievement of community, school, United Way, and local, state, and federal grant outcomes.


Program Leader –  3 openings, JP Parker in Madisonville; 2 openings, Mercer in Anderson Township.  Starting pay $11.00-12.00

*JP Parker & Mercer are School-Based Sites* 

Primary Function: To plan and implement programs for Club members in accordance with BGCGC’s mission. Overall program will be varied, with emphasis on the Graduate, Fit for Life, Ready to Serve program model.

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Physical Education Leader– 1 opening; Sheakley Club in Price Hill.  Starting pay $10.00-12.00

Primary Function: To plan, promote, implement and evaluate daily programs relative to the health and physical well being of club members aged 6 to 18 within the framework of Graduate, Fit for Life, Ready to Serve. Services will include, but not limited to: age-appropriate group classes, skill games, fitness, health and safety programs, inter and intra-club athletics, intramural leagues and special events.

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Full-Time Opportunities:

Education Coordinator- 2 openings : Buenger Club in Newport, Kentucky; MSU Club in Covington, Kentucky. Salary Range: $31,000 - $35,000/year. Eligible for full benefits and 401k. 

Job Summary:  To enhance the academic achievement of Club members within the framework of Graduate, Fit for Life, Ready to Serve. Academic assistance will include, but not be limited to: tutoring, homework assistance, reading and math enrichment and motivation, educational games, and other small group and interest clubs relative to academic achievement and high school graduation.

Major Duties and Responsibilities:

1.      Deliver educational programming daily; prepare and follow a day-to-day program schedule based on the needs of Club members; personally conduct programming during all program hours.  (Planning time is done prior to Club opening for the day.)

2.     Continually evaluate the effectiveness of all educational programming, making learning fun for all age groups.

3.     Supervise part-time tutors, interns and volunteers to ensure proper delivery of the educational programs.  Establish an effective schedule to utilize everyone efficiently.

4.     Utilizing KidTrax software, track members’ daily program participation.

5.     Utilizing current assessment tools, measure members’ academic performance in both Math and Reading.  Create individual student plans based upon their academic needs. Maintain accurate progress reports on   individual students to be shared with parents, school day teachers and students.

6.     Participate in weekly Club staff meetings, sharing educational ideas and activities.  Keep Club updated and informed on “Graduate” numbers and goals.

7.     Establish and maintain effective working relationships with feeder schools – volunteering at the schools throughout the week during the school day to make the linkage between school day and afterschool.

8.     Ensure that the Education Lab is clean, inviting for all age groups, set up daily for groups to rotate through and computers are in working condition.

9.     Participate in monthly Education Team Meeting with other Education Coordinators, certified teachers, and Regional Education Coordinator.

10.   Serve as the acting Club Director as needed.

11.   Perform other job-related duties as assigned.

Relationships:

Internal: Maintain close contact with Club staff, volunteers, members and parents; Director of Education and Education Coordinators from other Clubs.

External: Establish and maintain close relationships with local school teachers and administrators to enhance support and visibility of the program; maintain contact as needed with community agencies.

Physical Requirements/Work Environment:

Minimal physical effort required to sit, stand, bend, stoop, lift and walk. However, activities will be varied due to working with youth and could require running and extended periods of standing and walking. Maximum unassisted lift = 50 lbs. Average lift less than 25 lbs. Requires ability to use computer, various standard and specialized software and database systems, keyboard, calculator and typical office machines. Requires travel to other Clubs and community agencies for meetings and training events.

Skills/Knowledge Required:

·         Bachelor’s degree in Education, as well as updated certified teaching certification required

·         Strong verbal and written communication skills

·         Strong time management and project prioritization skills

·         Ability to work effectively with technology

·         Thorough knowledge of the developmental learning stages of children

·         Experience in providing educational programs for youth

·         Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with feeder schools

·         Experience in development and execution of I.E.Ps

·         Ability to effectively handle the discipline of Club members

·         CPR and First Aid certification required