EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

All candidates interested in applying to BGCGC open positions are encouraged to submit a cover letter and resume to Crystal Allen, Vice President of Human Resources, at callen@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. 

Full Time Opportunities:

Regional Development Manager 

Primary FunctionThe position reports to and works in partnership with the Vice President of Development, governing board and branch boards to plan and execute resource development strategies and monitor progress in Clermont County. The Regional Development Manager will generate fundraising income through campaigns and events targeting individual donors and corporations within the Clermont County community. 

Essential Job Responsibilities

  • Contribute to the planning and implementation of a targeted strategic fundraising plan that will include annual appeals and fundraising events.
  • Evaluate giving trends and identify those with increased giving potential.
  • Work with VP of Development and board to solicit individuals, corporations, and foundations.
  • Builds working relationships and serve as the development liaison within our Clermont County service area (and other territories as assigned) to achieve fundraising success; and nurture a culture of philanthropic support.
  • Identifies, cultivates, and solicits philanthropic support by developing and maintaining relationships with corporations and individual donors.
  • Manages and maintains a donor/prospect portfolio and moves management plan of major gift donors.
  • Track fundraising income; compile status reports and variance reports.
  • Draft proposal narratives, cover letters, letters of inquiry for operating and programmatic support.
  • Design and oversee donor stewardship program.
  • Develop collaborative partnerships with other youth serving organizations, community organizations, leaders, donors and prospects.
  • Plan and execute annual fundraising events. Includes identifying venue and theme, recruiting in-kind support and services, obtaining event sponsors, attending to all food, decorations, invitations and logistical details, tracking all expenses and revenue, and, with the assistance of the Development Specialist, ensuring that all participants are appropriately thanked after the events’ conclusion.
  • Create and maintain dynamic event committees for the annual fundraising events. Includes recruiting new members, maintaining communication, following up on assigned tasks, maintaining committee minutes and serving as staff support for committee members.
  • Manage expenses within budget.
  • Perform other duties or projects as needed.

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. 

Environmental Requirements:
Inside average office environment. Average office noise levels. No personal protective equipment required. Ambient temperature between 68 and 76 degrees Fahrenheit.

Education Requirement:  
Bachelor’s degree required

Skills/Knowledge Required:

  • Minimum of 4 years successful experience in development or fundraising and/or sales

  • Self-motivated and able to work independently
  • Highly developed attention to detail
  • Exceptional organizational and time management skills
  • Strong ability to network
  • Excellent verbal and written skills required
  • Excellent customer service
  • Available to work some Saturdays and some evenings

  • Experience with a donor database is preferred
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office including Word, Access, Excel and PowerPoint, as well as general internet usage. 

Vice President of Finance 

Primary Function: The Vice President of Finance is responsible for directing the fiscal functions of the organization in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles and financial management techniques and practices appropriate within the human services/not-for-profit industry.

Essential Job Responsibilities

  • Participate in the development of strategic and operational plans and programs

  • Organize and facilitate annual budget process for the organization providing appropriate tools and guidelines;

  •  Evaluate and advise on the fiscal impact of organizational decisions and long range plans (such as introduction of new programs/strategies, potential alliances, and pension funds and investments and regulatory action;

  • Provide timely and accurate analysis of financial results, cash flow projections, benchmarks and trends to assist the senior staff in performing their responsibilities;
  • Facilitate the annual audit and tax reporting process to ensure timely compliance and appropriate oversight from a corporate governance perspective;

  • Ensure that financial information systems, procedures, and processes are in place to support all levels of management;

  •  Maintain checks and balances for policies and procedures of the organization by utilizing systems and technologies that will improve the overall operation and effectiveness;

  • Provide technical support, knowledge, management and mentoring to Club Directors and Community Advisory Groups (CAG) to enhance the quality of the financial discipline throughout the organization;

  • Optimize the handling of bank and deposit relationships and initiate appropriate strategies to enhance cash flow and leverage excess funds;

  • Monitor and maintain relationships with investment managers, advisors, and actuaries;

  • Perform financial due diligence and advice/approve from a financial perspective any contracts into which the corporation may enter; 
  •  Conduct on-going review of strategies to enhance the Finance department’s operations.

Management and Oversight

  • Oversee the Grants Administration function to ensure efficiency and effectiveness
  • Manage outsourced relationships as it relates to Finance/Accounting 
  •  Evaluate and Maintain the organization’s financial management system

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.

 Environmental Requirements:
Inside average office environment. Average office noise levels. No personal protective equipment required. Ambient temperature between 68 and 76 degrees Fahrenheit.
 

Education Requirement:

Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance or Business Administration. CPA preferred.

 Skills/Knowledge Required:

  • A minimum of five years of progressively responsible work experience managing the accounting functions or equivalent experience.  Not for profit experience preferred.
  • Thorough knowledge of budgeting, accounting and general business practices, processes and procedures including auditing. 
  • Demonstrated ability to organize, direct and coordinate operations in asset and budget management.
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills.
  •  Strong time management and project prioritization skills.
  • Ability to interact professionally with Club staff, Board members, Community Advisory Groups (CAG), volunteers and other related agencies.
  • Energetic, forward-thinking and creative with high ethical standards.
  • Strategic vision with sound technical skills, analytical ability, good judgment and strong operational focus
  • Strong organization and analytical skills
  • Strong knowledge and use of QuickBooks software.


Part-Time Opportunities

Program Lead

Openings: Buenger (Newport, KY), US Bank (Avondale), West Clermont Middle School (Batavia, OH), Roll Hill Elementary (West Westwood, OH), Tichenor Middle School (Erlanger, KY)

Starting Pay: $12.00/hr. *West Clermont, Roll Hill, & Tichenor 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.

Essential Job Responsibilities:

  • Stimulate interest in the program through skill instruction, special events, tournaments, contests and member recognition.

  •  Provide supervision and direction to Assistant Program Leaders.

  • Maintain proper record keeping as required.

  •  Provide individual guidance and establish relationships with members that are conducive to their growth and development.

  • Maintain relative program areas in a clean, orderly and safe working condition.

  • Keep ongoing inventory of supplies and materials needed to conduct the program.

  • Participate in professional development trainings as required by the 21st Century Grant and BGCGC.

  •  Perform other job-related duties as assigned by the Club Director.

  • Up to 25 hours per week


Assistant Program Lead

Openings: MSU (Covington, KY), US Bank (Avondale, OH), Tichenor Middle School (Erlanger, KY)

Starting Pay: $10.00/hr.  *Tichenor is a School-Based Site*

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.

Essential Job Responsibilities:

  •  Stimulate interest in the program through skill instruction, special events, tournaments, contests and member recognition.
  • Maintain proper record keeping as required.
  • Provide individual guidance and establish relationships with members that are conducive to their growth and development.
  • Maintain relative program areas in a clean, orderly and safe working condition.
  • Participate in professional development trainings as required by the 21st Century Grant and BGCGC.
  • Perform other job-related duties as assigned by the Program Leader.

  •  Up to 20 hours per week

Physical Education Leader

Opening: US Bank (Avondale, OH)

Starting Pay: $11.00-12.00/hr

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.

Essential Job Responsibilities:

  • Create diverse programming to ensure all members participate in 45 minutes of physical activity every day. 
  • Train and supervise volunteers for the physical education component.
  • Maintain proper record keeping as required.
  • Maintain relative program areas in a clean, orderly and safe working condition. 
  • Conduct at least one health and wellness program quarterly (programs include healthy cooking club, Passport to Manhood, SMART Girls, SMART Moves, and Healthy Habits.) Conduct a daily Fit for Life lesson during meal time.
  • Submit schedules to Fit for Life Coordinator monthly. 
  • Conduct Fitnessgram assessments as required.
  • Organize BGCGC intramural teams and prepare members for competition; emphasizing fun, sportsmanship, fellowship and personal growth over winning.
  • Participate in weekly Club staff meetings.
  • Offer Fit for Life programming one day per week at a school site.  
  • Perform other du Participate in professional development trainings as required by the 21st Century Grant and BGCGC.
  • Perform other job-related duties as assigned by the Club Director.
  • Up to 25 hours per week