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Start a meaningful career in youth development by applying to work at Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Sonoma County today.

We believe that the PEOPLE on our team are the driving force behind all success. Thus, one of our key tenets is a commitment to EXTREME LEADERSHIP. To that end, we will recruit, inspire, develop and reward the most exceptional nonprofit professionals and board members in the world.

At Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Sonoma County, we believe that hiring, developing and retaining the highest quality staff possible is where it all begins. That’s because our work is anchored in our staff’s ability to bring our mission to life– to enable all young people to realize their full potential. We place a priority on professional development and support our employees through in-house training certifications; management training programs for current and future managers; annual retreats/mini-conferences, and individual coaching/mentoring and job shadowing.

Please make sure you meet the following requirements before applying for Program Coordinator positions:

  • You must be able to work afternoons 5 days a week, Monday-Friday.
  • You must have a professional appearance (hair must be a natural color, no visible piercings other than the standard ear piercings and no visible tattoos…etc.)
  • You must have an Associate degree (or higher), or be currently pursuing a degree or have significant relevant experience.

Qualified applicants should email cover letter and resume to hr@bgccsc.org or faxed to (707) 528-7933

If we find your experience to be a good match for a position we will contact you for an interview.

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Available Positions & Locations

Vice President of Resource Development – Santa Rosa

Vice President of Youth IMPACT – Santa Rosa

Senior Human Resources Professional- Santa Rosa

Area Director – Santa Rosa

Program Directors – Santa Rosa

Technology Manager – Santa Rosa

Program Coordinators –  Santa Rosa, Windsor, Healdsburg, Cloverdale, Geyserville, Guerneville, Monte Rio, Petaluma & Marin.




Vice President of Resource Development

Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Sonoma County is currently seeking a Vice President of Resource Development to join our award winning team. Our mission is to enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as caring, responsible citizens. We are proud to serve over 4,000 members each day through our 39 club locations.

Location: Headquarters

Salary: DOE

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Position: VP of Resource Development

Location: Headquarters

Salary: $85,000-$150,000

Hours/Schedule: 8AM to 5PM, exempt

Manager: Chief Executive Officer

Benefits: medical, dental, PTO, LTD

GENERAL FUNCTION: Under the limited supervision of the Chief Executive Officer, the VP of Resource Development provides active oversight, enhancing resource development and fundraising strategies. Works with the Chief Executive Officer in positioning Board to cultivate and solicit major gifts and grants for individuals, corporations, foundations, government agencies and others. Oversees all administrative needs relating to Resource Development. Manages the Director of Marketing & Communications, Events Manager and Resource Development Manager. Incumbent is a member of the Organization’s Executive Leadership Team.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

1. CAMPAIGN MANAGEMENT — Develop and manage all aspects of each fundraising campaign, including writing, mailing and monitoring campaigns.

2. MARKETING & MEDIA — Oversees the annual Marketing Plan. Manages speaker’s bureau, web site and press releases. Manages Annual Report and newsletters.

3. SPECIAL EVENTS — Manages staff leadership to annual events. Develops board and volunteer participation, ensures the creation of promotional materials and oversees all logistics, including registration and sponsorship.

4. GRANT WRITING & REPORTING — Oversees grants and research of grant opportunities. Ensures that grant objectives are being met and reports are provided to funders as required. Manages county-wide collaborative projects.

5. BOARD/VOLUNTEER RELATIONS — Ensures board has all necessary information prior to and after each meeting and as it relates to getting their work done as a board. Attends meetings and retreats and produces minutes. Manages appropriate committees.

6. DONOR RELATIONS — Supervises the timely and appropriate acknowledgement of all donors through written thanks and donor recognition events and opportunities. Maintain excellent relations with current and prospective donors.

7. DATABASE MANAGEMENT — Ensures that records are current for all donors and prospects. Analyzes data to identify and pursue new development opportunities.

8. GENERAL ADMIN — as needed.

SKILLS, EXPERIENCE & ATTITUDES:

– Four-year degree in related field from an accredited college or university required.

– Eight to ten years of fundraising and Resource Development management.

– Strong communication skills both verbal and written.

– Great Team Work skills, including an understanding of group dynamics.

– Computer skills: Microsoft Office

– Ability to quickly learn new computer programs, including Donor Perfect.

– Demonstrated organizational, staff and project management abilities

– Impeccable honesty and integrity.

– Commitment to being a high performance team player.

– Interest and ability to represent the agency in the public eye.

– Must provide own vehicle, have a valid state driver’s license and proof of auto insurance.

This full time position is eligible for medical and dental insurance, two weeks accrued vacation, Management Time Off, up to 13 paid holidays, 401k & an Auto Allowance. Please submit a resume and cover letter that includes your salary history and expectations.




Vice President of Youth IMPACT

GENERAL FUNCTION
Under the limited supervision of the Chief Executive Officer, the VP of Youth IMPACT is directly accountable for the day-to-day operations of all Club programs and services. This includes all aspects of leadership and supervision related to maximizing the impact on the young people served. Incumbent is a member of the organization’s Executive Leadership Team.

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RESPONSIBILITIES

CLUB SERVICES – Design, develop & oversee implementation of all Club programs at all Club sites. This includes:

• 25 elementary school Clubs and annual program plan with over 125 standard program offerings in 5 core areas for before & after-school programs.

• 8 Teen Clubs and annual program plan with over 50 program offerings in 5 core areas for after-school and evening programs.

• 8 Summer Camps with 10 week themed day camps including high quality program offerings, field trips, special events, and curriculum design.

• Over 75 additional program initiatives and partnerships that advance impact on Club Youth in priority outcome areas of Academic Success, Healthy Lifestyles, and Good Character.

• Club logistics relevant to daily program implementation including staffing, supply procurement & distribution, special events and field trips.

• Partnership alignment and contract management with school site & district leadership regarding facility use and academic progress of Members.

• Member behavior, discipline, support, and advocacy for 6,000 Members annually.

• Sports Leagues for over 650 youth annually.

• Manage current fee-based services; including afterschool and summer camps, particularly supporting Rohnert Park, Brooks, Mark West and Cloverdale Clubs. Expand services to include additional sports leagues and other enrichment programs.

• Oversee registration process for all programs. Ensure all memberships are current, paid for and that all youth carry their card daily.

INTERVENTION & DIVERSION SERVICES — Manage services to incarcerated youth while in custody and during re-entry period. Build on existing award-winning services to expand life-changing offering.

HUMAN RESOURCES – Hire, train, supervise & evaluate all Area Directors and by extension all program staff, over 150 employees. Manage Club’s Mentor Program and Training Academy. Maintain a supportive, energetic and effective team of middle managers and program support staff.

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT- Design, develop, and oversee implementation of all professional development for Youth Impact team. This includes:

• Annual Back to School & Summer training conferences for 150 Youth development professionals (40 hours each)

• New youth development professional training series & onboarding including onsite training.

• Targeted and ongoing professional development relevant to Program implementation.

PLANNING – Using the IMPACT model, develop annual program plan with tangible, measured goals. Adapt Club programs to meet community needs on a continual basis. Participate in organization-wide planning efforts as a member of the Strategic Planning Committee.

EVALUATION — Develop and monitor tools to measure Club program effectiveness. Train staff in these tools and report findings to Chief Executive Officers on an on-going basis. Develop marketing tool to share findings with other constituents.

FINANCE — Participate in budgeting process and oversee all appropriate expenditures. Meet income goals relating to membership and fees.

GRANT COMPLIANCE & TRACKING- Manage Club’s grant compliance for over $4.5 million in grant funds, reporting to local, state and federal sources; in partnership with Central Services department. Maintain constant accurate Club data including member attendance and demographics.

VOLUNTEER DEVELOPMENT- Develop effective Volunteer Program for program support engaging hundreds of volunteers annually. Recognize, recruit and evaluate volunteers appropriately.

COMMUNITY RELATIONS – Develop high awareness of Club programs in the community including superintendents of 12 school districts, school principals and teachers, provider committees and parent associations. Act as primary community liaison with regard to all Club services. Maintain excellent relations with primary Club partners including convening appropriate collaborative groups.

Other Duties – As assigned

SKILLS, EXPERIENCE & TRAINING:
• Person will be of flawless integrity & will fully embody our organizational Core Values.
• Four-year degree in related field from an accredited college or university, Masters preferred.
• A minimum of three years management experience in a Boys & Girls Club or similar multi-million dollar organization planning and supervising activities based on the developmental needs of young people.
• Strong communication skills both verbal and written.
• Group leadership skills, including an understanding of group dynamics.
• Experience working with local government, boards of directors and major donors.
• Computer skills: Microsoft Office, web site & membership database management.
• Demonstrated organizational, staff and project management abilities.
• Mandatory CPR and First Aid Certifications & TB clearance.
• Must provide own vehicle, have a valid state driver’s license and proof of auto insurance.




Senior Human Resources Professional

The Senior Human Resources Professional is responsible for directing all of the people functions of the organization, specifically in the areas of talent management, employee relations, benefits administration, performance management, training and development, policy and procedure development, compensation, payroll and organizational personnel budget in accordance with the policies and procedures of the organization and applicable employment laws and regulations. The Senior Human Resources Professional provides strategic leadership by articulating Human Resource needs and plans to the CEO, Executive Leadership Team, Chair of the Board Personnel Committee, and to the Board of Directors.

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RESPONSIBILITIES:

Plan, develop, organize, implement, direct and evaluate the organization’s human resource function and performance.
• Participate in the development of the organization’s plans and programs as a strategic partner but particularly from the perspective of the impact on people.
• Develop recruitment strategies and identify appropriate and effective external sources for candidates for all levels within the organization.
• Develop progressive and proactive compensation and benefits programs to provide for the short and long-range health and welfare protection of the employees. Work with insurance broker to negotiate with insurance carriers and review plans for recommendation to Senior Management.
• Develop training and development programs to allow for the full development and performance of all employees. Development performance management tools to effectively review employee job performance.
• Continually assess the competitiveness of compensation and benefit practices against the relevant comparable companies, industries and markets.
• Establish credibility throughout the organization with management and the employees in order to be an effective listener and problem solver of people issues.
• Develop appropriate policies and programs for effective management of the people resources of the corporation. Included in this area but not limited only to the following would be programs for employee relations, non-discriminatory employment practices, harassment including sexual harassment, employee complaints, external education and career development.
• Enhance and/or develop, implement and enforce human resources policies and procedures of the organization by way of systems that will improve the overall operation and effectiveness of the organization.
• Maintain knowledge of state and federal HR policies, programs, laws and issues. Understand the differences of state and federal policies and programs and coordinate the integration of all such programs.
• Provide technical advice and knowledge to others within the human resources discipline.
• Manage other areas such as employee communication, employee safety and wellness.

SKILLS, EXPERIENCE & TRAINING:

• Person will be of flawless integrity & will fully embody our organizational Core Values.
• Four-year degree in related field from an accredited college or university, Masters preferred.
• SPHR Certified preferred.
• A minimum of 5 years management experience in a HR Department.
• Thorough knowledge of California labor and employment law
• Strong communication skills both verbal and written.
• Group leadership skills, including an understanding of group dynamics.
• Experience working with boards of directors
• Computer skills: Microsoft Office, Sharepoint.
• Demonstrated organizational, staff and project management abilities.
• Must provide own vehicle, have a valid state driver’s license and proof of auto insurance.







Area Director

Under the limited supervision of the Vice President of Youth IMPACT, this position leads and is directly accountable for the operations of assigned Clubs.  Incumbent is a member of the organization’s Senior Program Leadership Team.

Location: Headquarters

Salary: $55,000-$80,000

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RESPONSIBILITIES

LEADERSHIP – Provide effective Leadership and Direction to Staff and Club Members. Sit as member of Senior Program Leadership Team sharing accountability for success with other Area Directors.

PROGRAM
Design, develop and oversee implementation of all Club programs. Provide academic & enrichment services on site in all core program areas, both those designed by Boys & Girls Clubs of America and developed locally. Core Areas include Health & Life Skills; Character & Leadership; Sports, Fitness & Recreation; The Arts and Academic Success. Coordinate Club-wide program design and delivery using a quarterly rotation. Maintain consistent and coordinated program at all sites. Provide direct service in absence of program director or when there is a shortage of program Coordinators. Ensure program initiatives continually advance the impact on Club youth.

HUMAN RESOURCES — Hire, train, supervise, & evaluate all related Directors and program staff. Maintain a supportive, energetic and effective team of middle managers and program support staff.

PLANNING — Using our IMPACT model, develop annual program plan with tangible, measured goals. Adapt Club programs to meet community needs on a continual basis. Participate in organization-wide planning efforts as a member of the Strategic Planning Committee.

REPORTING & EVALUATION — Ensure all reporting requirements are met on deadline for each Club location. Report findings to Vice President of Youth IMPACT on an on-going basis. Manage appropriate sections of Club’s annual report to Boys & Girls Clubs of America and other program-related reporting. Use IMPACT Assessment annually to evaluate Clubs, set and monitor goals.

FINANCE — Participate in budgeting process and oversee all supply expenditures. Responsible for meeting income goals relating to membership and fees.

FACILITY — Ensure that sites are clean, safe and attractive and have appropriate documented plans & process in place.

MARKETING — Market Club programs to all potential members and their parents through recruiting events, flyers, and newsletters on a continual basis.

COMMUNITY RELATIONS — Develop high awareness of Club programs in the community including school principals and teachers, provider committees, and parent associations. Act as primary community liaison with regard to Club services. Maintain excellent relations with primary Club partners.

SAFETY OFFICER — Develop and oversee Club safety program, ensuring Club environment is safe for members, staff and volunteers.

REGISTRATION – Oversee registration process for all programs. Ensure assigned Clubs meet all attendance goals and that membership guidelines are followed, including that all youth carry their card daily.

Other Duties
– As assigned

SKILLS, EXPERIENCE & TRAINING:
• Person will be of flawless integrity & will fully embody our organizational Core Values.
• Four-year degree in related field from an accredited college or university, Masters preferred.
• A minimum of three years management experience in a Boys & Girls Club or similar organization planning and supervising activities based on the developmental needs of young people
• Strong communication skills both verbal and written.
• Group leadership skills, including an understanding of group dynamics.
• Computer skills: Microsoft Office.
• Demonstrated organizational, staff and project management abilities
• Mandatory CPR and First Aid Certifications & TB clearance
• Must provide own vehicle, have a valid state driver’s license and proof of auto insurance.




Program Director

Location: Assigned Club

Hourly Rate: $20.50 per hour

To oversee and administer all programs and activities offered at the Club.  Programs include Education & Career Development, Character & Leadership Development, Sports, Fitness & Recreation, The Arts and Health & Life Skills.  Incumbent will plan, develop, oversee implementation of all programs and hire and supervise program staff, and perform related administrative duties.

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LEADERSHIP – Provides effective leadership and direction to staff and Club Members by complying with organization policies, demonstrating core values, focusing on deepening Club IMPACT.

DEVELOPMENT & MANAGEMENT OF WORLD CLASS CLUB EXPERIENCE- Using the Youth Development Strategy, develops and implements programs to meet organization’s mission. Utilizes programs developed locally and by Boys & Girls Clubs of America to create an environment for Club Members to feel a sense of belonging, usefulness, competence, and influence in the Out of School Time.

MEMBERSHIP RECRUITMENT – Recruits and retains members by promoting the Club through flyers, newsletters and word-of-mouth. Maintains recommended number of Members at site (and appropriate waiting lists if necessary) and ensures they carry their Membership Card to the Club every day. Responsible for meeting annual goals for Membership, attendance and impact metrics.

SAFETY – Maintains a safe, clean environment. Ensures proper use and maintenance of Club equipment and property.

DISCIPLINE – Utilizes appropriate discipline to ensure the safety and enjoyment of all members.

STAFF MANAGEMENT – Hires, trains, supervises and evaluates all Clubhouse staff and ensures a positive and dynamic relationship between all staff and Club members.

VOLUNTEER DEVELOPMENT- Implement Volunteer Program for program support. Recognize volunteers appropriately.

RESOURCE MANAGEMENT – Manage Financial Resources, including assisting in developing and monitoring annual budget. Adhere to all Administrative and Operational Systems. Ensure Technology, Information Management Systems and Staff Skills are current.

COMMUNICATION – Acts as primary point of contact between parents and local schools. Posts program schedules where they are easy to read and in appropriate languages.

FACILITY MANAGEMENT – Responsible for maintaining a safe, clean and appealing Club facility. Maintains positive relationship with facility owners and communicates effectively regarding needed improvements.

PARTNERSHIP DEVELOPMENT – Support development of Strategic Alliances and Collaborative Partnerships that further Boys & Girls Clubs in the Community. Be established as the local Expert in Youth Development.

MARKETING AND PUBLIC RELATIONS – Support positive Public Relations & awareness using the media and marketing campaigns

SKILLS, EXPERIENCE & TRAINING:

  • Person will be of flawless integrity.
  • Four-year degree in related field from an accredited college or university.
  • A minimum of three years work experience in a Boys & Girls Club or similar organization planning and supervising activities based on the developmental needs of young people.
  • Strong communication skills both verbal and written.
  • Bi-lingual; Spanish/English Strongly Preferred.
  • Group leadership skills, including an understanding of group dynamics.
  • Computer skills: Microsoft Office.
  • Demonstrated organizational, staff, and project management abilities.
  • Mandatory CPR and First Aid Certifications.
  • Mandatory negative TB test.
  • Must provide own vehicle, have a valid state driver’s license and proof of auto insurance.



Technology Manager

Location: Headquarters

Hourly Rate: $20.00-$28.00 DOE

Under the supervision of the Director of Administration, the Technology Manager oversees the organization’s technical services. The Technology Manager manages internal systems to ensure security, usability, and efficiency, delivers technical orientation to staff, and provides ongoing technical support for networking, hardware and software issues and questions.

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RESPONSIBILITIES:

Technical Services

· Install new workstations, laptops and printers, prepare them for employee use, and ensure all workstations are part of the organization’s global network.

· Perform maintenance and problem solving with respect to servers, networking, desktop applications and printers.

· Install, update, and troubleshoot SharePoint, Windows OS and Microsoft applications

· Create and implement a preventive maintenance plan, including keeping accurate inventory of equipment and ensuring that all laptops have been updated and cleared of viruses.

· Assist with internal and public websites.

· Maintain computers, wi-fi and other technology needs of five (5) Clubhouses.

· Assist with office telephone system, including extension assignments.

Staff Education & Support

· Train employees on use of their computers, applications and online services.

· Manage IT support process, providing first-response technical support to employees.

· Track support tickets and resolve open issues, escalating incidents and questions to support groups when necessary.

General Administration – As assigned.

Required skills, attitude and experience:

· Four-year degree in related field from an accredited college or university preferred.

· 2-5 years of technological/IT experience.

· Knowledge of standard computer hardware and software.

· Proficiency with Windows platform and operating systems.

· Understanding of networks and cloud based servers.

· Aptitude for training and introducing technology to novice users.

· Strong oral and written communication skills.

· Great teamwork skills.

· Impeccable honesty and integrity.

· Commitment to being a high performance team player.

· Occasional local travel may be required.

· Must provide own vehicle, have a valid state driver’s license and proof of auto insurance.

· Other duties as assigned.




Program Coordinator

Program Coordinators provide direct service to our Club members. Outstanding candidates will be passionate about youth development, possess special skills or interests that they are enthusiastic to share with our members, such as artistic or athletic abilities, math comprehension, or have experience working with elementary or middle school aged children. Positions are currently available.

Location: Assigned Club

Hourly Rate: $12.50-$15.50 per hour

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Program Coordinators — Must be available Monday through Friday from early afternoon until 6PM. •Have a passion for serving the kids who need us most. •Supervise and support a group of Club members while they complete their homework. •Facilitate provided programming in one hour sessions, lasting 8 weeks in various program areas including sports, arts, education, character and leadership and health & life skills. •Create a safe, fun & positive environment. •Set high expectations and create opportunities for success. •Celebrate and recognize members daily.

SKILLS, EXPERIENCE & TRAINING: •You must have a professional appearance (hair must be a natural color, no visible piercings other than the standard ear piercings and no visible tattoos…etc.) •Associate degree (or higher) or currently pursuing a degree. •Experience with youth in a Boys & Girls Club or similar program preferred. •Mandatory Child CPR and First Aid certifications. •Mandatory Negative TB test. •Must pass Instructional Aide Test (requirement waived if candidate holds Bachelor degree).

Must be able to work 1:00 pm to 6:00 pm Monday to Friday. Bilingual is a plus

Please respond with a cover letter and resume. In the subject line, please include one of the following:

To apply to positions in Rohnert Park, please make the subject line read “Rohnert Park Rocks.” To apply to positions in Santa Rosa, please make the subject line read “Santa Rosa Rocks.” To apply to positions in Windsor, please make the subject line read “Windsor Rocks.” To apply to positions in Healdsburg, please make the subject line read “Healdsburg Rocks.” To apply to positions in Geyserville, please make the subject line read “Geyserville Rocks.” To apply to positions in Cloverdale, please make the subject line read “Cloverdale Rocks.”

Compensation: $12.50-$15.50 hrly Part Time

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All full time employees are entitled to employer paid health, dental, vision, and life insurance benefits.   Dependents may be added at the employee’s expense.

All employees (both full and part time) are entitled to a 401k after 1000 hours and one year of employment.

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