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Employment Opportunities

bgcm-worker-w-girl.jpgAre you interested in the youth development field? Do you enjoy working with kids on a daily basis? Are you considering a career in social service? Are you a creative, energetic person who enjoys a challenge? If so, the Boys & Girls Club may have an opportunity for you!

Enjoy making a child's day.

A passion for working with kids is always rewarded at the Boys & Girls Club.

Enjoy our fun and friendly work environment.

  • Great team of staff to work with every day
  • A growing national movement in which to work your way up

Enjoy the perks.

  • Have-a-life schedules: NO weekends!
  • Great uniform: jeans and T-shirt
  • Gain valuable youth development experience
  • Make a difference in children's lives
  • Get paid to play every day!

For an at-a-glance view of job opportunities and volunteer positions available, please click here.

Positions currently available:

Human Resources Manager
This position is responsible for all HR functions, including bi-weekly payroll processing and supervision of two staff. Minimum requirements: BA/BA and 3 years HR experience. Must possess working knowledge of staffing management, compensation, benefits administration, employee relations and volunteer management. Excellent collaboration and communications skills required. Interested applicants should send a resume and cover letter to Bethany Theisen at btheisen@bgcmn.org. 

 

Check-In Monitor  (view full job posting here)

The Check-in Monitor is responsible for safely checking all members into the Club and keeping order in the check-in area.  This position ensures that bags, coats and hats are left at the check-in desk, assists members, families and the general public by answering phone calls and questions.  This position reports to the Unit Director.

Positions available on a regular basis:

Youth Guidance Worker  (please click here for a full job description)

A Youth Guidance Worker position provides an excellent opportunity for students who are considering a career in education or social service. Youth guidance workers plan and lead a variety of activities with youth ages 5 to 18 in Boys & Girls Club programming. During the school year, we offer afternoon and evening hours that fit your busy schedule.

Inclusion Specialist (please click here for a full job description)

As an Inclusion Specialist, you will have the opportunity to work with groups of children with special needs and help them successfully integrate into the programs at KIDSTOP sites.  Inclusion Specialists will work closely with all staff to plan a variety of activities to engage all youth in grades K-6.

Assistant Program Manager (please click here for a full job description)

Assistant Program Managers have the opportunity to work with staff to plan activities in a variety of program areas to ensure a quality program for youth in grades K-6.  The Assistant Program Manager plans and leads activities and helps set up field trips and special events for the sites. 

Other Potential Positions:

 

Program Hours

School Year
1:30 PM - 6 PM (KIDSTOP)
2:15 PM - 9 PM (Clubs)
ROCORI KIDSTOP: 6:30 a.m. - 8:15 a.m.; 2:45 p.m. - 6 p.m.

Summer
6:30 AM - 6 PM (KIDSTOP)
Noon - 6 PM (Units)

Application Information

We are accepting applications for positions for the 2014-15 school year.

Apply Online

Please give detailed information regarding your Mon - Fri availability.

Please note: We are grateful for your interest in working for the Boys & Girls Club! However, due to the volume of applications and calls received, we may not be able to respond to every inquiry.

Applicants interested in positions posted by the Boys & Girls Club should complete the online application and/or submit a cover letter (please include salary requirements) and a resume. These can be uploaded through the online application or emailed to HRapplication@bgcmn.org.

Are you eligible for work study through your college? If so, talk to your financial aid/scholarship officer about applying for workstudy with the Boys & Girls Club or KIDSTOP program.