Vice President of Youth Programs

Job Type

Full Time

Salary

Details: DOE

Published

09/26/2018

Start Date

10/15/2018

Application Deadline

10/12/2018

Address

Santa Rosa
California
United States

Description

Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Sonoma County is adding a Vice President of Youth Programs to our Team!

GENERAL FUNCTION

Under the limited supervision of the Chief Executive Officer, this position 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.

PERSONAL & CAREER BENEFITS

  • Medical, dental, vision
  • 401(k) with matching
  • Casual dress code – jeans are ok!
  • Professional training up to 80 hours, for program staff.
  • Social responsibility- We are committed to our community!
  • Generous vacation leave/holiday pay
  • Company sponsored life insurance
  • Program scholarships for the children of our teammates
  • Growth opportunities

RESPONSIBILITIES

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

  • 24 elementary school Clubs and annual program plan with over 125 standard program offerings in 5 core areas for before & after-school programs.
  • 6 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 7,000 Members annually.
  • Sports Leagues for over 1000 youth annually.
  • Manage current fee-based services; including afterschool and summer camps, particularly supporting Lucchesi Park, 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 180 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 180 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 14 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 five 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.

• Professional appearance. Standard piercings, naturally occurring hair colors and no visible tattoos.

• 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.

Benefits

PERSONAL & CAREER BENEFITS

  • Medical, dental, vision
  • 401(k) with matching
  • Casual dress code – jeans are ok!
  • Professional training up to 80 hours, for program staff.
  • Social responsibility- We are committed to our community!
  • Generous vacation leave/holiday pay
  • Company sponsored life insurance
  • Program scholarships for the children of our teammates
  • Growth opportunities


Professional Level

Executive

Minimum Education Required

4-year degree


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