Career Opportunities with Boys & Girls Clubs of St. Lucie
A great place to work.
Careers At Boys & Girls Clubs of St. Lucie County
Benefits: Benefits’ package includes Medical, Dental, Vision,
401k Plan, and more.
Hours: up to 40 hours per week; non-exempt employee
Reports to: Club Director
Location: Percy Peek Teen Center
1. JOB PURPOSE The Boys & Girls Clubs of St. Lucie County takes
changing the lives of youth to heart. We go above and beyond to
ensure that every youth that walks through our doors has a world
class club experience that provides them with the opportunity for a
The primary functions of the Program Director are, in
collaboration with the Club Director, to be responsible for the
daily operations of the program including, but not limited to, the
implementation of the Youth Development Plan, supervision of staff
and youth, establish and maintain relationships with personnel and
2. DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES The job duties & responsibilities
are, but not limited to,
Adopt the Formula for Impact and ensure that the Club is
reaching the kids who need us the most, providing them with an
outcome driven Club experience that is resulting in academic
success, healthier lifestyles and better character and citizenship
for our members.
Provide a positive, safe, and productive environment to all club
members, staff, and volunteers consistently
Plan and oversee the administration of designated Club programs
and activities that support Youth Development Outcomes.
Establish Club program objectives consistent with the
organizational goals and mission.
Ensure quality in day-to-day programs and activities.
Maintain that members are encouraged to participate in a variety
of program areas/activities and receive instruction to develop
Demonstrate leadership and professionalism to club members,
staff and volunteers.
Maintain confidentiality in regards to staff, volunteers, club
member’s and family matters at all times
Work with staff members to ensure that program areas are safe,
that equipment in maintained in good working condition and that
repair needs are reported immediately to the Club Director.
Assist the Club Director to collect data and prepare regular
reports as needed for programs, funding sources and other
Oversee proper record keeping including daily attendance,
program participation, achievement, problems/issues, etc.
Assist the Club Director to increase visibility of Club programs
via posting daily schedules, announcement of upcoming events
ensuring all areas are covered by club staff
Communicate clearly and appropriately with club members, staff,
parents, and volunteers as needed to ensure all needs are met and
Be prepared and able to manage the daily operations and
supervision of staff and volunteers in the absence of the Club
Be familiar with and follow the chain of command and the
policies and procedures of the Club at all times
Be familiar with, and ensure staff and volunteers are familiar
with, the Club’s guidelines in regards to the following: Monthly
fire drills, including the posting of fire drills’ schedule
CPR / First Aid, and required supplies
Emergency phone numbers, such as Child Abuse Hotline, Poison
Posting of daily schedule
Posting of all emergency protocol and State employment
Works closely with Club Director to identify concerns of
misconduct and attempts to resolve or eliminate causes of conflict
among staff and club members
OTHER DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES
Actively participate in BGCA trainings, internal trainings, and
All Staff meetings
May oversee special programs and/or events (e.g. Torch Club,
Youth of the Year, and Awards Programs), and/or participate in the
implementation of other Club activities as necessary.
May be required to drive Club van.
Travel between sites and to activities as needed
May consult with parents concerning member and site issues.
May handle deposits and banking transactions.
Clean area as needed at the end of day
Fill in at a Club as needed
Other related duties as specified by the School Based Club
3. QUALIFICATIONS BACKGROUND SCREENING
Must submit to and pass Level 2 background screening through the
Florida Department of Children & Families.
Must pass pre-employment drug test
Current CPR/First Aid certification preferred.
EDUCATION / EXPERIENCE
Bachelor’s Degree in a related field from an accredited college
or university OR
A minimum of 3 years’ experience in a Boys & Girls Club or
similar organization planning and supervising activities based on
the developmental needs of young people OR
A minimum of 2 years’ experience in program development and
implementation for an after-school program
Ability to work regular Club hours, evenings, and some
Report to scheduled shift consistently and on time.
High energy, driven, dedicated, motivated, confident, flexible,
Effective verbal and written communication skills.
Strong interpersonal and organizational skills.
Ability to manage time effectively and prioritize.
Ability to effectively direct and supervise subordinates.
Ability to work independently and in team settings.
Ability to operate a motor vehicle.
Basic knowledge of Microsoft Office software.
Ability to operate basic office equipment such as copy machine,
facsimile equipment, and computer.
Care properly for equipment and resources.
Ability to promote the dignity and respect of those we
Maintain positive interactions with club members,
parents/guardians, co-workers, supervisors and people in the
Maintain confidentiality of those we serve.
Follow policies, procedures and rules of the organization.
Serve as role model and demonstrate, encourage and offer
direction in fairness, consistency, attentiveness, ability to work
with others, appropriate dress and appearance, and effective
Some travel may be required for training and/or other business
4. Working conditions Fast paced work environment; flexibility
to working schedules may be required due to changing business
demands. General office conditions is the standard work environment
(standing, sitting, and walking). Boys & Girls Clubs of St. Lucie
County is an equal opportunity employer and a smoke, drug and
alcohol free workplace.
The usual and customary methods of performing the job’s
functions require the following demands: some lifting, carrying,
pushing and/or pulling, stooping/kneeling, reaching with hands and
arms, and finger dexterity.
This position requires extended talking, listening, sitting,
walking, and standing; computer viewing, and keyboard entry.
Regularly lifting up to 25 pounds.
Daily operation of personal motor vehicle relevant to carrying
out job duties is required for this position.
Ability to think strategically and ability to sit for more than
four hours per day.
6. OTHER Nothing in this job description restricts management’s
right to assign or reassign duties and responsibilities to this job
at any time with or without notice.