EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

All candidates interested in applying to BGCGC open positions are encouraged to submit a cover letter and resume to Falicia Grace, Vice President of Human Resources, at fgrace@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

Part-time Work Schedule: School Year: Monday-Friday, 2:00pm-8:00pm (up to 27 hours); Summer: 7:00am-6:00pm (up to 29 hours)

*Hours based on Club Location

 

Program Leader

Openings: Buenger-Newport, KY (1), Findlay St.-Over-the-Rhine (1), JP Parker-Madisonville (1), Roll Hill Elementary-East Westwood, OH (1), Tichenor Middle School-Erlanger, KY (1), West Clermont-Clermont Co. (2)

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, YPQI and BGCGC.
  • Perform other job-related duties as assigned by the Club Director.
  • Up to 25 hours per week

 

Assistant Program Leader

Openings: Buenger-Newport, KY (1)

Starting Pay: $10.00/hr.  

Primary 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 (attendance, meal counts, etc).
  • 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, YPQI 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 (1), MSU-Covington (1)

Starting Pay: $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

 

Front Desk Attendant

Opening: MSU-Covington (1)

Starting Pay: $11.00/hr

Primary Function: Under the supervision of the Club Director, the Front Desk Attendant is responsible for assuring accurate record keeping of attendance and membership information, accurate handling of cash transactions, and greeting members and the public in a positive manner.

Essential Job Responsibilities:

  • Provide individual guidance and establish relationships with members that are conducive to their growth and development.
  • Maintain accurate daily records of membership and attendance information utilizing KidTrax technology.
  • Administer intake of membership application and all other documents relative to membership intake process.
  • Collect pick-up cards from families to ensure the Safe Passage policy is enforced.
  • Answer telephone and greet members and all Club guests in a pleasant and polite manner.
  • Ensure that all visitors and volunteers scan in and are properly identified with ID badges.
  • Allow only authorized Club personnel behind the front desk.
  • Maintain a balanced cash box when applicable.
  • Collect payments for summer camp and other special programs.
  • Maintain a payment log to maintain an accurate accounting of all program fee transactions.
  • Monitor the use of the public address system

 

Club Director (Part-time)

Openings: Roll Hill-East Westside (1), JP Parker-Madisonville (1)

Salary Range: $14-$16/hour

Role and Responsibilities

  • Ability to support the BGCGC mission, vision and youth development philosophy in a manner that resonates with staff, Club members, volunteers and partners through leadership.
  • Provide and ensure the delivery of programs reflecting the Graduate, Fit for Life, Ready to Serve model.
  • Establish and maintain positive relationships with Club members that are conducive to their growth and development.
  • Provide direction to staff to ensure that all Club goals are met.
  • Ensure that the Club operates to reflect the Youth Program Quality Intervention (YPQI) tool and that groups are rotating, programs are operating, and organization is maintained.
  • Manage the facility in a manner that will assure a safe and clean environment for membership and staff.
  • When appropriate, document disciplinary actions in accordance with the BGCGC Employee Handbook.
  • 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. 
  • Manage the Club budget.
  • Attend regularly scheduled meetings assigned by BGCGC and other collaborating agencies.
  • Serve as direct supervisor and provide supervisory guidance and support to program staff.

 

Full-Time Opportunities

Program Coordinator

Opening: USB-Avondale (1)

Salary Range: $31,000-$36,000 Annually

Role and Responsibilities

  • Ability to support the BGCGC mission, vision and youth development philosophy in a manner that resonates with staff, Club members, volunteers and partners through leadership.
  • Provide and ensure the delivery of programs reflecting the Graduate, Fit for Life, Ready to Serve model.
  • Continually evaluate programs to assess their impact on Club members. Provide guidance to other staff members relative to impact.
  • Lead programs and remain in ratio throughout the day; ensure that necessary supplies are in place to implement daily programs.
  • Increase visibility of Club programs by posting daily schedule, announcing upcoming events and disseminating timely program information to parents, schools and other community agencies.
  • Ensure that the Youth Program Quality Intervention tool is implemented in each program, every day.
  • Serve as direct supervisor of Program Leaders and Assistant Program Leaders