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Academic Success Director

Academic Success Director

The Academic Success Director is primarily responsible for planning, developing, and guaranteeing the implementation of any appropriate program area of Academic Success.  Programs that the Academic Success Director are responsible for overseeing and developing are not limited to, but include: Homework Hall or Power Hour, Robotics and STEM, financial literacy, STRIDE Academy.  This Program Director will need to know appropriate implementation strategies for all aforementioned program areas to effectively oversee the outcome specific Program Specialists set in place.  The Academic Success Coordinator will build goals and track indicators and outcomes for success, including establishing relationships and rapport with local school district officials to align Club programs with needed State Standards and benchmarks.  A general written and spoken knowledge of all grade levels of Academic Success is necessary, although mastery in all levels is not required.

The Academic Success Coordinator will travel to all Weld County Clubhouses and work with part-time staff to establish appropriate academic programs for each Clubhouse.

Starting salary: $32,000 annually DOE + a competitive benefits package

Resumes will be taken through 5PM MST on August 11th and should be emailed to Director of Program Services, Emily Stanfill, estanfill@bgcweld.org.

Emails only — No phone calls please

Teen Academic Resource Specialist

The Teen Academic Resource (TAR) Specialist is primarily responsible for preparing Boys & Girls Clubs of Weld County (BGCWC) teen members for life after High School, and helping them create a plan for their future once they graduate High School.  The TAR Specialist provides guidance and assistance, as well as finds resources and support for BGCWC teen members to ensure they are on-track to graduate on time and attend post-secondary education; this includes ensuring teens are meeting major deadlines such as FAFSA Deadlines, scholarship application deadlines, etc.  This position works closely with the Academic Success Coordinator and the Teen Director of BGCWC, as well as other community resources to help teen members navigate through their final years of High School.

Starting Wage: $12/hour DOE
Schedule: Mostly evening hours during the week, not to exceed 25 hours per week.  Ideal candidate would work MWF 12pm-8pm
Resumes will be taken through 5pm MST on August 18 and should be emailed to Director of Program Services, Emily Stanfill, at estanfill@bgcweld.org

Emails only- No phone calls please

Crafts Program Specialist – Part Time

PRIMARY FUNCTION:
The Crafts Program Specialist’s primary responsibility is to instruct and facilitate Craft programs ranging from Pinterest Crafts, Basket Weaving, Knitting, Embroidery, Etc.

KEY ROLES (Essential Job Responsibilities):
Prepare Youth for Success
1. Administer Craft Projects and activities that support Youth Development Outcomes:
· Plan and implement day-to-day craft activities that give members a sense of competence, belonging, influence, and usefulness.
· Assist in researching and planning Craft based field trips and experiences for members.
· Ensure that Craft activities promote hands-on learning and members receive instruction and constructive feedback to master the appropriate skills.
· Plan and Implement short term and long term craft projects.
· Model skills and demonstrate common practices that are expected of members.
· Demonstrate leadership to assure conduct, safety and development of members and staff.

Program Development and Implementation
Assist the Fine Arts Program Director other Fine Art Specialists to maintain core program goals and settings that insure the health and safety of members. Help to ensure program areas are safe, well ventilated and well lit; and that club equipment is maintained in good working condition.

Supervision
1. Complete proper record keeping and reporting in a timely manner for: program attendance, disciplinary records, program outcomes & measures, and all other reports designated by the Fine Art Program Director and the Unit Director.
2. Supervise assigned groups as designated by the Fine Arts Program Director and Unit Director ensuring the safety of members and conduct is maintained.

ADDITIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Help to oversee special programs and/or events (i.e. Art Shows, Concerts, Plays, Youth of the Year and Awards Programs), and/or participate in the implementation of other program or unit activities as necessary.
2. Collaborate and meet with the Fine Arts Program Director and other Fine Art Program Specialists.
3. Required to drive to different sites within Weld County periodically.
4. Required to drive Club vehicles periodically, if over the age of 21.
5. Required to work special events periodically as needed by the organization.
6. Other Duties assigned by Supervisors

RELATIONSHIPS:
Internal: Maintain close, daily contact with Club staff (professional and volunteer), Club members, and supervisor/s to receive/provide information, discuss issues, explain or interpret guidelines/instructions; instruct, and advise/counsel.

SKILLS/KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED:
· Have completed or are currently working to complete a two or four year degree in related field (Studio Art, Art Ed. Elementary Art Ed., etc.) from an accredited college or university, or equivalent experience.
· Knowledge or experience in sculptures, found object art, string art, basket weaving, embroidery, and knitting, or other craft areas within those parameters.
· Must have strong communication skills, both verbal and written.
· Group leadership skills, including and understanding of group dynamics.
· Demonstrate organization and project management abilities.

SKILLS/KNOWLEDGE DESIRED:
· Previous work experience with youth, preferably in an after school or summer enrichment program.
· Knowledge of organizing and putting on Craft workshops.
· First-Aid and CPR Certified preferred
· Commercial Driver’s License

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS/WORK ENVIRONMENT:
Valid Driver’s License, and be insurable to drive all Club vehicles if over the age of 21.

DISCLAIMER:
The information presented indicates the general nature and level of work expected of employees in this classification. 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.

TO APPLY: 
Please e-mail your cover letter and resume to Jesse Baldwin – jbaldwin@bgcweld.org

Creative Writing Program Specialist – Part Time

PRIMARY FUNCTION:
The Creative Writing Program Specialist’s primary responsibility is to instruct and facilitate Creative Writing programs ranging from Story writing, poetry, slam poetry, play writing, joke writing, song writing, etc.

KEY ROLES (Essential Job Responsibilities):
Prepare Youth for Success
1. Administer Creative Writing activities that support Youth Development Outcomes:
· Plan and implement day-to-day creative writing activities that give members a sense of competence, belonging, influence, and usefulness.
· Assist in researching and planning creative writing based field trips and experiences for members.
· Ensure that creative writing activities are relevant and engaging and members receive instruction and constructive feedback to master the appropriate skills.
· Plan and Implement short term and long term creative writing projects.
· Facilitate in progress and final product group critiques
· Model skills and demonstrate common practices that are expected of members.
· Demonstrate leadership to assure conduct, safety and development of members and staff.

Program Development and Implementation
1. Assist the Fine Arts Program Director other Fine Art Specialists to maintain core program goals and settings that insure the health and safety of members. Help to ensure program areas are safe, well ventilated and well lit; and that club equipment is maintained in good working condition.

Supervision
1. Complete proper record keeping and reporting in a timely manner for: program attendance, disciplinary records, program outcomes measures, and all other reports designated by the Fine Art Program Director and the Unit Director.
2. Supervise assigned groups as designated by the Fine Arts Program Director and Unit Director ensuring the safety of members and conduct is maintained.

ADDITIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Help to oversee special programs and/or events (i.e. Art Shows, Concerts, Plays, Youth of the Year and Awards Programs), and/or participate in the implementation of other program or unit activities as necessary.
2. Collaborate and meet with the Fine Arts Program Director and other Fine Art Program Specialists.
3. Required to drive to different sites within Weld County periodically.
4. Required to drive Club vehicles periodically, if over the age of 21.
5. Required to work special events periodically as needed by the organization.
6. Other Duties assigned by Supervisors

RELATIONSHIPS:
Internal: Maintain close, daily contact with Club staff (professional and volunteer), Club members, and supervisor/s to receive/provide information, discuss issues, explain or interpret guidelines/instructions; instruct, and advise/counsel.

SKILLS/KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED:
· Have completed or are currently working to complete a two or four year degree in related field (Creative Writing, Composition, Poetry, English Ed., etc. ) from an accredited college or university, or equivalent experience.
· Knowledge or experience in story writing, poetry, slam poetry, etc.
· Must have strong communication skills, both verbal and written.
· Group leadership skills, including and understanding of group dynamics.
· Demonstrate organization and project management abilities.

SKILLS/KNOWLEDGE DESIRED:
· Previous work experience with youth, preferably in an after school or summer enrichment program.
· Knowledge of organizing and putting on writing workshops.
· First-Aid and CPR Certified preferred
· Commercial Driver’s License

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS/WORK ENVIRONMENT:
Valid Driver’s License, and be insurable to drive all Club vehicles if over the age of 21.

DISCLAIMER:
The information presented indicates the general nature and level of work expected of employees in this classification. 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.

TO APPLY: 
Please e-mail your cover letter and resume to Jesse Baldwin – jbaldwin@bgcweld.org

Dance Program Specialist – Part Time

PRIMARY FUNCTION:
The Dance Program Specialist’s primary responsibility is to instruct and facilitate Dance programs in a range of dance styles including, but not limited to, Hip Hop, Contemporary, Jazz, Tap, and Ballet.

KEY ROLES (Essential Job Responsibilities):
Prepare Youth for Success
1. Administer Dance programs and activities that support Youth Development Outcomes:
· Plan and implement day-to-day dance programs and activities that give members a sense of competence, belonging, influence, and usefulness.
· Assist in researching and planning dance field trips and experiences for members.
· Ensure that dance activities promote hands-on learning and members receive instruction and constructive feedback to master the appropriate skills.
· Plan and Implement/Choreograph short term and long term dance projects.
· Assist in organizing dance performances and rehearsals
· Model skills and demonstrate common practices that are expected of members.
· Demonstrate leadership to assure conduct, safety and development of members and staff.

Program Development and Implementation
1. Assist the Fine Arts Program Director other Fine Art Specialists to maintain core program goals and settings that insure the health and safety of members. Help to ensure program areas are safe, well ventilated and well lit; and that club equipment is maintained in good working condition.

Supervision
1. Complete proper record keeping and reporting in a timely manner for: program attendance, disciplinary records, program outcomes & measures, and all other reports designated by the Fine Art Program Director and the Unit Director.
2. Supervise assigned groups as designated by the Fine Arts Program Director and Unit Director ensuring the safety of members and conduct is maintained.

ADDITIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Help to oversee special programs and/or events (i.e. Art Shows, Concerts, Plays, Youth of the Year and Awards Programs), and/or participate in the implementation of other program or unit activities as necessary.
2. Collaborate and meet with the Fine Arts Program Director and other Fine Art Program Specialists.
3. Required to drive to different sites within Weld County periodically.
4. Required to drive Club vehicles periodically, if over the age of 21.
5. Required to work special events periodically as needed by the organization.
6. Other Duties assigned by Supervisors

RELATIONSHIPS:
Internal: Maintain close, daily contact with Club staff (professional and volunteer), Club members, and supervisor/s to receive/provide information, discuss issues, explain or interpret guidelines/instructions; instruct, and advise/counsel.

SKILLS/KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED:
· Have completed or are currently working to complete a two or four year degree in related field (Choreography, Dance, Dance Ed. Etc.) from an accredited college or university, or equivalent experience.
· Be able to demonstrate knowledge and/or experience in more than one Dance style (Hip Hop, Ballet, Jazz, etc.).
· Knowledge of organizing and putting on dance classes/workshops/performances
· Must have strong communication skills, both verbal and written.
· Group leadership skills, including and understanding of group dynamics.
· Demonstrate organization and project management abilities.

SKILLS/KNOWLEDGE DESIRED:
· Previous work experience with youth, preferably in an after school or summer enrichment program.
· First-Aid and CPR Certified preferred
· Commercial Driver’s License

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS/WORK ENVIRONMENT:
Valid Driver’s License, and be insurable to drive all Club vehicles if over the age of 21.

DISCLAIMER:
The information presented indicates the general nature and level of work expected of employees in this classification. 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.

TO APPLY: 
Please e-mail your cover letter and resume to Jesse Baldwin – jbaldwin@bgcweld.org

Music Program Specialist – Part Time

PRIMARY FUNCTION:
The Music Program Specialist’s primary responsibility is to instruct and facilitate Music programs ranging from choir, piano, guitar, ukulele, group ensemble, recording, composition, etc.

KEY ROLES (Essential Job Responsibilities):
Prepare Youth for Success
1. Administer Music Programs and activities that support Youth Development Outcomes:
· Plan and implement day-to-day music activities that give members a sense of competence, belonging, influence, usefulness, and mastery.
· Assist in researching and planning music field trips for members.
· Ensure that music activities promote hands-on learning and members receive instruction and constructive feedback to master the appropriate skills.
· Facilitate individual and group lessons.
· Model skills and demonstrate common practices that are expected of members.
· Demonstrate leadership to assure conduct, safety and development of members and staff.

Program Development and Implementation
1. Assist the Fine Arts Program Director other Fine Art Specialists to maintain core program goals and settings that insure the health and safety of members. Help to ensure program areas are safe, well ventilated and well lit; and that club equipment is maintained in good working condition.

Supervision
1. Complete proper record keeping and reporting in a timely manner for: program attendance, disciplinary records, program outcomes & measures, and all other reports designated by the Fine Art Program Director and the Unit Director.
2. Supervise assigned groups as designated by the Fine Arts Program Director and Unit Director ensuring the safety of members and conduct is maintained.

ADDITIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Help to oversee special programs and/or events (i.e. Art Shows, Concerts, Youth of the Year and Awards Programs), and/or participate in the implementation of other program or unit activities as necessary.
2. Collaborate and meet with the Fine Arts Program Director and other Fine Art Program Specialists.
3. Required to drive to different sites within Weld County periodically.
4. Required to drive Club vehicles periodically, if over the age of 21.
5. Required to work special events periodically as needed by the organization.
6. Other Duties assigned by Supervisors

RELATIONSHIPS:
Internal: Maintain close, daily contact with Club staff (professional and volunteer), Club members, and supervisor/s to receive/provide information, discuss issues, explain or interpret guidelines/instructions; instruct, and advise/counsel.

SKILLS/KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED:
· Have completed or are currently working to complete a two or four year degree in related field (Music, Music Theory, Music Performance/Composition, Music Ed.) from an accredited college or university, or equivalent experience.
· Must have skills in more than one instrument (Voice, piano, strings, brass, percussion, etc.)
· Must have knowledge of composing and recording music.
· Must have strong communication skills, both verbal and written.
· Group leadership skills, including and understanding of group dynamics.
· Demonstrate organization and project management abilities.

SKILLS/KNOWLEDGE DESIRED:
· Previous work experience with youth, preferably in an after school or summer enrichment program
· Ability to learn new instruments quickly.
· First-Aid and CPR Certified preferred
· Commercial Driver’s License

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS/WORK ENVIRONMENT:
Valid Driver’s License, and be insurable to drive all Club vehicles if over the age of 21.

DISCLAIMER:
The information presented indicates the general nature and level of work expected of employees in this classification. 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.

TO APPLY: 
Please e-mail your cover letter and resume to Jesse Baldwin – jbaldwin@bgcweld.org

Theater Program Specialist – Part Time

PRIMARY FUNCTION:
The Theater Program Specialist’s primary responsibility is to instruct and facilitate Theater programs ranging from Improv Theater, One-Acts, and Musicals, Play writing, Etc.

KEY ROLES (Essential Job Responsibilities):
Prepare Youth for Success
1. Administer Theater Programs and activities that support Youth Development Outcomes:
· Plan and implement day-to-day theater activities that give members a sense of competence, belonging, influence, and usefulness.
· Assist in researching and planning Theater field trips and experiences for members.
· Ensure that theater activities promote hands-on learning and members receive instruction and constructive feedback to master the appropriate skills.
· Model skills and demonstrate common practices that are expected of members.
· Demonstrate leadership to assure conduct, safety and development of members and staff.

Program Development and Implementation
1. Assist the Fine Arts Program Director other Fine Art Specialists to maintain core program goals and settings that insure the health and safety of members. Help to ensure program areas are safe, well ventilated and well lit; and that club equipment is maintained in good working condition.

Supervision
1. Complete proper record keeping and reporting in a timely manner for: program attendance, disciplinary records, program outcomes & measures, and all other reports designated by the Fine Art Program Director and the Unit Director.
2. Supervise assigned groups as designated by the Fine Arts Program Director and Unit Director ensuring the safety of members and conduct is maintained.

ADDITIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Help to oversee special programs and/or events (i.e. Art Shows, Concerts, Plays, Youth of the Year and Awards Programs), and/or participate in the implementation of other program or unit activities as necessary.
2. Collaborate and meet with the Fine Arts Program Director and other Fine Art Program Specialists.
3. Required to drive to different sites within Weld County periodically.
4. Required to drive Club vehicles periodically, if over the age of 21.
5. Required to work special events periodically as needed by the organization.
6. Other Duties assigned by Supervisors

RELATIONSHIPS:
Internal: Maintain close, daily contact with Club staff (professional and volunteer), Club members, and supervisor/s to receive/provide information, discuss issues, explain or interpret guidelines/instructions; instruct, and advise/counsel.

SKILLS/KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED:
· Have completed or are currently working to complete a two or four year degree in related field (Theater, Theater Ed.) from an accredited college or university, or equivalent experience.
· Must have knowledge of theater games, Improv Theater.
· Must have strong communication skills, both verbal and written.
· Group leadership skills, including and understanding of group dynamics.
· Demonstrate organization and project management abilities.

SKILLS/KNOWLEDGE DESIRED:
· Previous work experience with youth, preferably in an after school or summer enrichment program
· Knowledge of organizing and putting on a show (improv show, play, musical, etc.)
· Knowledge of organizing and putting on theater workshops.
· First-Aid and CPR Certified preferred
· Commercial Driver’s License

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS/WORK ENVIRONMENT:
Valid Driver’s License, and be insurable to drive all Club vehicles if over the age of 21.

DISCLAIMER:
The information presented indicates the general nature and level of work expected of employees in this classification. 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.

TO APPLY: 
Please e-mail your cover letter and resume to Jesse Baldwin – jbaldwin@bgcweld.org

Visual Arts Specialist – Part Time

PRIMARY FUNCTION:
The Visual Arts Specialist’s primary responsibility is to instruct and facilitate visual arts programs, ranging from pottery, drawing, painting, sculpture, screen printing, batik, etc.

KEY ROLES (Essential Job Responsibilities):
Prepare Youth for Success
1. Administer Visual Art Programs and activities that support Youth Development Outcomes:
· Plan and implement day-to-day visual art activities that give members a sense of competence, belonging, influence, usefulness, and mastery.
· Assist in researching and planning field trips in the visual arts for members.
· Ensure that visual art activities promote hands-on learning and members receive instruction and constructive feedback to master the appropriate skills.
· Facilitate multiple variations of in progress, and final, critiques.
· Model skills and demonstrate common practices that are expected of members.
· Demonstrate leadership to assure conduct, safety and development of members and staff.

Program Development and Implementation
1. Assist the Fine Arts Program Director other Fine Art Specialists to maintain core program goals and settings that insure the health and safety of members. Help to ensure program areas are safe, well ventilated and well lit; and that club equipment is maintained in good working condition.

Supervision
1. Complete proper record keeping and reporting in a timely manner for: program attendance, disciplinary records, program outcomes & measures, and all other reports designated by the Fine Art Program Director and the Unit Director.
2. Supervise assigned groups as designated by the Fine Arts Program Director and Unit Director ensuring the safety of members and conduct is maintained.

ADDITIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Help to oversee special programs and/or events (i.e. Art Shows, Concerts, Youth of the Year and Awards Programs), and/or participate in the implementation of other program or unit activities as necessary.
2. Collaborate and meet with the Fine Arts Program Director and other Fine Art Program Specialists.
3. Required to drive to different sites within Weld County periodically.
4. Required to drive Club vehicles periodically, if over the age of 21.
5. Required to work special events periodically as needed by the organization.
6. Other Duties assigned by Supervisors

RELATIONSHIPS:
Internal: Maintain close, daily contact with Club staff (professional and volunteer), Club members, and supervisor/s to receive/provide information, discuss issues, explain or interpret guidelines/instructions; instruct, and advise/counsel.

SKILLS/KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED:
· Have completed or are currently working to complete a two or four year degree in related field (Studio Arts, Art Ed. Etc.) from an accredited college or university, or equivalent experience.
· Must have skills in multiple visual art mediums (Drawing, Painting, Clay, Ink, Etc.)
· Must have strong communication skills, both verbal and written.
· Group leadership skills, including and understanding of group dynamics.
· Demonstrate organization and project management abilities.

SKILLS/KNOWLEDGE DESIRED:
· Previous work experience with youth, preferably in an after school or summer enrichment program
· First-Aid and CPR Certified preferred
· Commercial Driver’s License

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS/WORK ENVIRONMENT:
Valid Driver’s License, and be insurable to drive all Club vehicles if over the age of 21.

DISCLAIMER:
The information presented indicates the general nature and level of work expected of employees in this classification. 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.

TO APPLY: 
Please e-mail your cover letter and resume to Jesse Baldwin – jbaldwin@bgcweld.org