Employment

BGC150218-254The team of skillful, caring adults at Boys & Girls Clubs of the Northland is integral to providing enrichment, hope, and opportunity for our community’s youth.

If you’re looking for a supportive work environment where you can make a difference in the lives of youth, Boys & Girls Clubs of the Northland is the place for you.

DULUTH – EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

Behavioral Health Coordinator: Full Time Position – DULUTH

OVERVIEW: This position works across all club sites to provide social and emotional programming to members as well as provide resources and referrals to members and families.

KEY ROLES:

• Provide a safe and welcoming Club environment.

• Organize and lead small group activities for members addressing issues/topics including, but not limited to, substance use/abuse, sexuality, self-esteem, peer leadership, and general health and fitness.

• Work with families to address daily challenges including access and connection to resources, healthy parenting, stress management, and other life skills.

• Enroll youth in co-located therapy services & provide other referrals where necessary.

• Build social-emotional competence of children at the Club • Other related duties as assigned

RELATIONSHIPS:

• Maintains close, daily contact with Club members, supervisor, and YDP staff to receive/provide information, discuss issues and explain guidelines/ instructions.

• Maintains positive relations with school personnel, the general public, and member families at all times.

SKILLS/KNOWLEDGE:

• Bachelors degree in a related field (such as social work, sociology, psychology, etc) preferred

• Ability to relate well with children in Boys & Girls Club group environment

• Experience or knowledge of case management, mental health, and youth programming preferred.

To complete the online application, please click here.

Application deadline: Position open until filled

Branch Director: Full Time Position – DULUTH

OVERVIEW: This position is responsible for the overall management & supervision of a youth program facility. Developing, evaluating, and implementing youth programming and supervising staff. Position requires knowledge of nonprofit principles, budget management, and grant management.

Excellent communications skills and ability to work with the community a must. Applicant must be highly motivated and passionate about working with youth. BA/BS and prior youth experience preferred. Flexible schedule required. Compensation based on experience, benefits included. Apply online: www.bgcnorth.org.

To complete the online application, please click here.

Application deadline: Position open until filled

Youth Development Professional: Part Time Position – DULUTH

OVERVIEW: This position is responsible for leading programming for youth ages 6 to 18 and serving as role models to a diverse population. Individual must be energetic, motivated, and enjoy working with youth. High School diploma required.  Experience or training in coaching sports teams, teaching, visual arts or performing arts is helpful. Hourly wage, vacation and 401K Benefits. EEOC

To complete the online application, please click here. Complete job description, please click here.

Application deadline: Position open until filled

Membership Secretary: Part Time Position – DULUTH

Responsibilities include: Tracking daily attendance, maintaining accurate club member records and being the smiling face that kids first see when they arrive at our location. Being a positive role model for our members.

Qualifications: Enjoy being in a fast-paced environment working with youth ages 6-18. Good attention to detail and comfortable enforcing rules, while at the same time being friendly and good at building relationships with youth.

To complete the online application, please click here.  Position open until filled.

Application deadline: Position open until filled

AmeriCorps Promise Fellow: Full Time Position – DULUTH

OVERVIEW: Boys & Girls Clubs of the Northland, in partnership with AmeriCorps Promise Fellows hosted by Minnesota Alliance With Youth, will deliver evidence-based programming at our two Duluth sites in effort to reduce dropout rates. Interventions will be guided by implementation of the Check & Connect student engagement model, one of the top rated dropout prevention programs in the U.S. Department of Education’s What Works Clearinghouse.

Promise Fellows will be active members of The Boys & Girls Clubs of the Northland’s professional team and serve at-risk middle and high school youth. Students will receive intense, targeted interventions aimed at increasing attendance, decreasing behavior referrals and putting students on track to graduate with their class.

For more information and to apply for this position click here.

HIBBING – EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

Development Director: Part Time Position – HIBBING

OVERVIEW: Directs and manages the overall fundraising and fund development activities for the Boys & Girls Club of Hibbing, generating income through individual donors, foundations, corporations, and government funding as well as management of special events and an annual campaign.  Primary concern for community relations, advisory board services, and resource development.

To complete the online application, please click here. Complete job description, please click here.

Application deadline: Position open until filled

Youth Development Professional: Part Time Position – HIBBING

OVERVIEW: This position is responsible for leading programming for youth ages 6 to 18 and serving as role models to a diverse population. Individual must be energetic, motivated, and enjoy working with youth. High School diploma required.  Experience or training in coaching sports teams, teaching, visual arts or performing arts is helpful. Hourly wage, vacation and 401K Benefits. EEOC

To complete the online application, please click here. Complete job description, please click here.

Application deadline: Position open until filled

SUPERIOR – EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

Youth Development Professional: Part Time Position – SUPERIOR

OVERVIEW: This position is responsible for leading programming for youth ages 6 to 18 and serving as role models to a diverse population. Individual must be energetic, motivated, and enjoy working with youth. High School diploma required.  Experience or training in coaching sports teams, teaching, visual arts or performing arts is helpful. Hourly wage, vacation and 401K Benefits. EEOC

To complete the online application, please click here. Complete job description, please click here.

Application deadline: Position open until filled

GRAND RAPIDS / GREENWAY – EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

Development Director: Part Time Position – GRAND RAPIDS / GREENWAY

OVERVIEW: Directs and manages the overall fundraising and fund development activities for the Boys & Girls Club of Grand Rapids/Greenway, generating income through individual donors, foundations, corporations, and government funding as well as management of special events and an annual campaign.  Primary concern for community relations, advisory board services, and resource development.

To complete the online application, please click here. Complete job description, please click here.

Application deadline: Position open until filled

 

Youth Development Professional: Part Time Position – GRAND RAPIDS / GREENWAY

OVERVIEW: This position is responsible for leading programming for youth ages 6 to 18 and serving as role models to a diverse population. Individual must be energetic, motivated, and enjoy working with youth. High School diploma required.  Experience or training in coaching sports teams, teaching, visual arts or performing arts is helpful. Hourly wage, vacation and 401K Benefits. EEOC

To complete the online application, please click here. Complete job description, please click here.

Application deadline: Position open until filled

Membership Secretary: Part Time Position – GRAND RAPIDS / GREENWAY

Maintains and updates all membership files for the Greenway branch of the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Grand Rapids and Greenway in accordance with the policies and procedures of Boys & Girls of the Northland. Must keep accurate data of all traffic in and out of the Club. Promote and stimulate program participation, register new members and participate in their Club orientation process and provide guidance and role modeling to members. Must keep in regular contact with parents and help to maintain the safety of the facility.

Must attend meetings/trainings that facilitate Youth Development Outcomes. Ensure a healthy and safe environment, ensuring facilities, equipment and supplies are maintained.

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