Help Wanted: Boys and Girls Clubs of the Coastal Plain


Plans, organizes, promotes and implements a diverse program Boys’ and Girls’ Clubs from the main program areas of the Coastal Plain.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Preparing Youth for Success Creates an environment that facilitates the achievement of youth development outcomes. Promote and stimulate day-to-day participation in the Learning Center program as well as participation in designated national and special event programs. Orients new members to program area, special events and opportunities as well as club safety, program and disciplinary rules. Provides guidance and role model to members. Develop, implement, supervise and daily activities.

Coordinate program services and cooperative learning activities for members and visitors that are both fun and educational Supervise members in the program area; ensure member safety, positive values ​​and ethical behavior through the quality of programs and the appearance of the unit at all times Promote and stimulate program participation Build positive relationships with children, their parents and/or or tutors. Performs other duties and projects as directed by management. Recognizes club members for their participation and accomplishments in the program. Keeps records to track attendance and participation. Maintain CACFP service point and clean (if applicable).

Other Responsibilities Participates as a member of a team to run quality programs by assisting where needed or directed, which may include driving the club van. Participates in training/educational opportunities to expand knowledge and skills.

REQUIRED SKILLS/KNOWLEDGE: High school diploma, college diploma required (or in the process of obtaining one). Skills in art, music, STEM, technology (preferred). Knowledge of youth development with a minimum of two years experience in youth programs.
Ability to motivate children and young people and to deal with behavioral problems in a positive way.
Ability to deal with school officials, teachers and the general public in a professional and courteous manner. Ability to plan and implement quality, age-appropriate programs for children and youth.
Ability to organize and supervise members in a safe environment.

Good communication skills, both written and oral.



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