Temporary Summer Program Assistant
When School's Out, Clubs Are In
Boys & Girls Clubs are more than simply a place for kids to "hang out" after school; for many young people we are a sanctuary that provides a safe, nurturing environment in which to learn and grow. It is the dedication and support of caring adults that allows for this enrichment, hope and opportunity.
As a leading youth services organization, we recognize that our excellence is largely achieved through talented and motivated staff. Our employees are integral to the success of the respective programs and the organization as a whole. Our staff are educators, coaches, performers, artists, mentors, community leaders, and ambassadors. We are fortunate to enjoy the collegiality and expertise of a highly skilled, diverse and dedicated staff, and seek to recruit and hire individuals who will approximate these qualities and enhance the opportunities available to our members.
Position: Temporary Summer Program Assistant
Reports to: Branch Director
Hours: Regular Full Time and Part Time with a Variable Schedule
Monday through Friday between 7am - 6pm Summer – up to 40 hours/week
This schedule may vary slightly based on Club hours and at the discretion of the Branch Director. Extra hours as needed for special events.
Pay Range Hourly: 8.00
PRIMARY FUNCTION: Temporary Seasonal Summer Program Assistant plans, implements and evaluates activities provided within a specific program area, supporting our priority outcome areas of Academic Success, Healthy Lifestyles, Good Character and Citizenship.
Summer 2022 May23 -July 29,2022 ( Temporary Employment)
Cody Road Branch 35 Cody Road North, Mobile AL 36608
Kiwanis Branch 712 RIce Street Mobile AL 36604
Optimist Branch 1517 Plaza Dr Mobile AL 36605
Semmes Branch 3810 Wulff Ridge Road East, Semmes AL 36575
Sonny Callahan Branch 6585 Carol Plantation Road Theodore AL 36582
Foley Branch 1391 S Cedar Street Foley AL 36535
Gilliard Branch at Gilliard Elementary 2757 Dauphin Island Parkway Mobile AL 36604
Chastang-Fournier K-8 School Branch 2800 Berkley Ave Mobile AL 36617
Meadowlake Elementary 8251 Three Notch Rd Mobile AL 36582
Hollingers Island Elementary Branch 2400 Hammock Road Mobile 36605
Calloway Smith Middle Branch 350 North Lawrence Mobile AL 36602
Mobile County Training School 800 Whitley Street Mobile AL36610
Citronelle Rosa Lott Middle School
Mt Vernon Old Belsaw Mt Vernon Al
Bishop State Wild Cat Camp Mobile
Camp Chandler-Tonsmeire 2701 South Shelton Beach Road Mobile AL 36613
Specifically Focused Program Areas:
Membership Clerk: The Membership Clerk; maintains accurate membership records and files; receives, logs and safeguards membership information and program fees; greets and directs club members and visitors; provides parents and visitors club informational flyers; answers phone and responds to callers questions; and, provides clerical support to club staff.
Athletics Club Programs Include: Triple Play-Fitness, Baseball, Basketball, Golf, Volleyball, Track, Non-Traditional Sports - Responsible for role-modeling and promoting healthy behaviors throughout Branch. Shall plan, publicize, organize and conduct instructional athletics activities, tournaments, games, leagues, fitness and special events.
Club Programs Include: Ping Pong, Billiards, Board Games, Social Recreation, Triple Play, Nutrition Education
- Ability to plan, publicize, organize, and conduct instructional social recreational activities, tournaments, games, leagues and special events.
Club Programs Include: Photography, Digital Arts, Cultural Arts, Theater, Fine Arts – Watercolors, Charcoal, Acrylics,
- Ability to plan, publicize, organize and conduct instructional programming including art festival shows.
Types of STEM PROGRAMS:
Digital Photography; 3D Printing; Scratch Game Development; Coding; Robotics; Science Experiments; Claymation; Basic Engineering
SKILLS/KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED: High School diploma or GED. Background working with youth, in particular young people from under-served neighborhoods is desired. Relevant experience or education in an informal learning environment, such as, home schooling, Sunday school or competitive team situation. Experience with computers and various software programs. Effective interpersonal skills, including an ability to get along with people of diverse backgrounds and a talent for making people feel welcome. A passion for learning and helping others learn and a specific interest in the program area. Group leadership skills, including an understanding of group dynamics. Demonstrated organizational and project management abilities. Ability to deal effectively with members, including handling discipline problems. Demonstrated ability in working with young people, parents and community leaders. Valid State Driver’s License
Environmental Conditions: The employee is subject to both indoor and outdoor environmental conditions. Activities occur inside and outside.
Physical Requirements (in performance of essential functions): This position requires the activities of talking and hearing along with intermittent physical activities of stooping, bending, crouching, kneeling, standing, reaching, walking, pushing, pulling, grasping and repetitive motion.
*NOTE; All candidates are required to undergo a criminal background check, child abuse review by AL Department of Human Resources and a pre-employment drug screen.
DISCLAIMER: The information presented indicates the general nature and level of work expected of employees in this position. It is not designed to contain, or to be interpreted as, a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, qualifications and objectives required of employees assigned to this job.