Since 1891, Boys & Girls Clubs of San Francisco (BGCSF) has provided high-quality, community-based youth development services to youth in San Francisco. Our mission is to inspire and enable all young people, especially those from disadvantaged circumstances, to realize their full potential as productive, responsible, and caring citizens. We impact the lives of Club members, primarily ages 6 to 18, by focusing on academic success, healthy lifestyles, good character, community engagement, and job readiness with earning potential. We are nationally recognized for the high-quality of our programs and comprehensive approach to serving youth. Whether you’re joining our administrative team, a Clubhouse team, a school-based team, or our Camp Mendocino team, you’ll be surrounded by enthusiastic, talented, and passionate colleagues who wake up every day ready to inspire young people to reach their full potential.
Under the supervision of the Vice President of Clubhouse Services, the Clubhouse Director is in charge at the Clubhouse and is expected to provide high-level leadership and oversight. The Clubhouse Director is ultimately responsible for management of the team, program delivery and outcome measurement, strategic partnerships, risk management, and fiscal management. The Clubhouse Director provides vision, leadership, and execution of BGCSF’s strategic plan goals. The Clubhouse Director is responsible for developing and maintaining a strong Clubhouse culture (positive, aspirational, safe, and developmental), with staff, youth members, families and external partners.
This is a full time exempt position at our Columbia Park Clubhouse.
Staff Management & Leadership – 45%
- Reinforce BGCSFs values within the Clubhouse and in the community.
- Develop, model, and re-enforce a strong Clubhouse culture with staff and youth members.
- Provide leadership and vision to the team through effective team meetings, staff retreats, and supervision meetings.
- Directly supervise the Assistant Clubhouse Director and 2-3 direct service staff.
- Ensure the Clubhouse has a strong staff team capable of providing outstanding services to young people every day.
- Ensure successful execution of Clubhouse goals for total youth served, average daily attendance, program requirements, and Club members attending Camp Mendocino.
- Ensure a strong system for accountability is in place for data collection and management at the Club.
- Plan and facilitate weekly team meetings, in collaboration with the Assistant Clubhouse Director.
- Ensure that all staff’s Management by Objective (MBO) goals are in line with the organization’s strategic plan and are being tracked for successful completion.
- Develop and implement the Club’s marketing plan to ensure membership and ADA goals are reached.
- Ensure the Club is adhering to high standards of maintenance, safety, and cleanliness.
- Develop and execute a plan to ensure the Clubhouse is meeting the goals outlined in BGCSF’s strategic plan.
- Attend and support larger Boys & Girls Clubs of San Francisco special events (Board Luncheon, Youth of the Year event, Gala, etc.)
- Ensure the Clubhouse has a strong positive discipline model and approach to youth development, engaging families as needed.
- Provide strong leadership when there is violence in the community and/or an escalated incident at the Club.
- Build staff morale and provide trainings for staff, in collaboration with the Assistant Clubhouse Director and BGCSF’s Director of Learning and Development.
- Implement strong risk management procedures, including ensuring that the Clubhouse is adhering to organizational expectations for closing procedures, safe ratios, facility and vehicle maintenance, etc.
- Lead the planning and implementation of the Club’s 360-degree evaluation process (i.e. parent surveys, youth evaluations and self-evaluations from the staff team) for the Clubhouse to assess youth development practices.
- Establish and maintain effective working relationships with Clubhouse staff, senior leadership, parents, youth, community groups, and other related agencies.
Strategic Partnerships and Collaborations – 30 %
- Responsible for the successful development and maintenance of school partnerships.
- Ensure a high-quality experience for all volunteers.
- Responsible for the development and implementation of facility use agreements and MOUs for the Club, including rentals, partnerships with shared space, etc.
- Develop, assess, and maintain Clubhouse partnerships that lead to increased average daily attendance, deepening and/or diversity of programs, and/or an increase in capacity through the effective use of partner agencies or volunteers.
- Develop and maintain strong working relationships with the Police Captain, principals of partner schools, and local community-based organizations.
Resource Management – 25%
- Develop and manage the Clubhouse budget, ensuring expenses stay within budget.
- Collaborate with the Development and Institutional Giving department by assisting in grant writing to generate new grants, reporting out on the outcomes of existing grants, leading donor tours, etc.
- Ensure that the Club’s revenue and Camp Mendocino fundraising goals are met.
- Seven years of experience in a leadership capacity at a social service or education-related organization, with proven success in staff management, operations, and community relations.
- Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university.
- Thorough understanding of nonprofits and specifically youth development organizations, including an understanding of inherent risks and best practices for risk management.
- Demonstrated ability to effectively communicate, manage, lead and motivate a team.
- Leadership skills; including negotiation, problem-solving, decision making, delegation.
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
- Strong knowledge of asset management including property-related assets.
- Red Cross/CPR certification (or within 90 days of employment).
- Language Skills: Spanish
- Experience with an inner-city Boys & Girls Club or other inner-city community-based organization.
- COVID-19 vaccination is required upon employment.
- Must be able to lift 50 lbs.
- Must be able to stand for at least 2 hours consecutively.
- Must be able to sit at a computer workstation for long periods of time.
- Comprehensive Health Benefits + Employer Contributions
- 401K + 7% Employer Contribution After One Year of Service
- Employee Assistance Program: In-Person Counseling + 24/7 Confidential Mental Health Support
- Education Assistance
- Pre-tax Transportation Savings Account
- Flexible Spending Account
- Lifestyle Spending Account
- Paid Time Off + Paid Holidays
- Life + Disability Insurance
- Mandatory summer + winter Weeklong Organization-wide Closures
- Professional Development Opportunities
The wage range for this role takes into account the wide range of factors that are considered in making compensation decisions including but not limited to skill sets; experience and training; licensure and certifications; and other business and BGCSF needs. At BGCSF, our decisions are based on other factors and dependant on the circumstances of each position. Depending on the need and requirement of the position, an individual could be hired at or near the entry-level, mid-level, or top-of-the-range for their role and compensation. As such, a reasonable estimate of the current range is $90,000.00-$95,000.00 annually.
The information presented indicates the general nature and level of work expected of employees in this classification. It is not designed to contain, nor to be interpreted as, a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, qualifications and objectives required of employees assigned to this job. The organization has the discretion to relocate/reassign a person, as needed.
Please send your resume and cover letter to Stacy Nelson & Associates at [email protected] You can review other job opportunities at www.stacy nelson associates.com.
BGCSF is an equal-opportunity employer.