Salary negotiable based on education and experience.
We offer a professional work environment, competitive salary, and benefits package including 403(b) and pension plan.
4 openings available.
We are offering an exciting opportunity for Teen Program Director at our following clubhouses:
Pinkerton Clubhouse - Harlem, NY
Joel E. Smilow Clubhouse – Bronx, NY
John E. Grimm III Clubhouse - Bronx, NY
Elbaum Family Clubhouse - Brooklyn, NY
This is a full-time positionworking 35 hours a week Monday through Friday in the afternoons and evenings.
The Teen Campus Director will beresponsible for employee leadership and professional development, teen program development and implementation, teen membership recruitment and registration, and comprehensive program reporting on teen program services. In addition, ensuring that youth development principles are incorporated into all club and remote program activities.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Teach and lead Teen Campus staff and volunteers in all phases of their work
Plan for and conduct staff meetings on a regularly scheduled basis
Increase visibility of the Madison brand in the club community
Recruitment and registration of teen members for all programs
Provide leadership to ensure a safe and positive environment for teems
Provide oversight of the development, planning, and implementation of age appropriate targeted programs & special events
Execute proper record keeping and reporting
Serve as a role model through professional behavior
Promote positive interactions with members in accordance with child safety guidelines
Maintain contact with parents/guardians to ensure effectiveness of program via parent calls/meetings, school outreach etc.
Ensure that the five (5) key elements for positive youth development are part of the daily clubhouse environment
Create and maintain a safe clubhouse environment for all members, staff and guests. Safety is our priority
Operate the clubhouse within NYC DOH Covid-19 safety guidelines and protocols
Recruitment and registration of Intermediate & Senior members to clubhouse capacity goal
Since 1884, Madison has been saving and enhancing the lives of youth by providing youth development services for children in New York City’s most disadvantaged communities. Our programs are engineered to empower each member to achieve three priority outcomes: Academic Success, Good Character & Citizenship, and the adoption of a Healthy Lifestyle. Every day, Madison provides thousands of children with a safe and positive environment, one where fun is encouraged and positive role models are plentiful. A founding member of Boys & Girls Clubs of America, Madison currently serves more than 5,000 youth, ages 6 to 18, at five sites throughout Brooklyn, Bronx, and Harlem.