Program Director

Job Type

Full Time


Minimum: $60,000.00
Maximum: $65,000.00
Details: Salary DOE.



Start Date:


Application Deadline:



2700 International Boulevard
Suite 30
United States


Position Summary:

The Program Director takes a leadership role for all BOTR direct services – which includes Brothers, UNITE!, Lift a Brother Up, & Trail Brothers – and supervision of the Program Manager. Consequently, it will be expected for the Program Director to provide leadership on curriculum/program planning, design, development and evaluation. In addition, the Program Director will partner with other management staff to support the agency's systems change work – which includes assistance in the coordination and implementation of OYAA and the agency’s training/capacity building efforts. This may also include the co-coordination and co-implementation of training workshops, curriculum development, coaching, consulting, convening, research and writing, as needed.

The core competencies for this position are: experience delivering gender-responsive, culturally affirming, therapeutically delivered and youth development grounded services with boys and young men of color (BYMOC), and project coordination/management experience with youth work. Experience with training and technical assistance.

Job Responsibilities:

Direct Services

·       Provide oversight for direct services and supervision to the Program Manager

·       Develop marketing materials and perform outreach to secure clients for direct services, and for training and technical assistance projects

·       Secure and manage contracts with partner schools and agencies

·       Write, edit and help design curriculum lessons and manuals

·       Develop new partnerships and manage existing ones, including for field trips, speaker events, and wrap around services.

·       Assist in development of systems, policies and procedures to be used within direct services and training/technical assistance work

Systems Change

·       Assist in developing systems change initiatives, including program planning, design implementation and evaluation

·       Co-Coordinate and co-deliver training workshops to outside organizations around BYMOC and related issues

·       Develop curricula for use within and outside of BOTR

·       Provide coaching and consultation to partner organizations

·       Host convening’s around BYMOC and related issues

·       Engage in research and writing around BYMOC and related issues

Program Administration

·       Evaluation and Quality Assurance, including through surveys, observations, staff coaching

·       Fundraising, including assistance with individual donor campaigns, event coordination

·       Administrative tasks in the office, including data entry, filing, mailings, etc.

Staff Management and Human Resources

·       Hire and manage staff and implement performance evaluation    

·       Contribute to development and implementation of human resources policies and procedures

·       Help to develop and implement BOTR professional development plan


·       Other tasks within these areas and others, as assigned

Working Conditions:

·       Extensive computer use

·       Typical office environment

·       Offsite facilitation and supervision

·       Ability to lift 25 lbs.

Minimum Qualifications:

·       Bachelor's degree in human service or related field

·       A reliable car, car insurance and a clean driving record (the position requires an ease of movement between the home office, program/partner sites, important meetings, etc.)

·       At least 3-5 years of experience working with youth and families, with at least part of this experience working directly with boys and young men of color

·       At least 3-5 years of experience working in training and technical assistance with adult service providers, and their schools/agencies, with at least part of this experience related to serving boys and young men of color

·       At least 3 years experience in project coordination, program development, and staff management

·       Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication, organization, cross-cultural & conflict resolution skills

·       Passing a live scan criminal background check and submitting a negative TB test from within the last two years

·       Computer skills in Microsoft Office (other software a plus)

Preferred Qualifications:

·       Experience developing curricula for direct services and/or training/technical assistance

·       Experience with administrative functions such as finance and fundraising a plus

·       Master's degree in related field a plus


Generous benefits including; health coverage, chiropractic, dental, vision, 401(k) match.

Level of Language Proficiency

Bilingual Spanish ability a plus

Professional Level


Minimum Education Required

4-year degree

How To Apply

An application for this position requires a cover letter, resume, and 3 professional references (please include one current/former supervisor and list the references name, title, organization, their e-mail and phone number) sent to Executive Director, Daniel Vasquez at Only applicants who submit all requested forms will be considered. Persons of color are encouraged to apply. No phone calls, please.