Site Director - Ingrid B. Lacy Clubhouse - Posted 10/30/19

Pacifica Boys & Girls Club
Job Description

Boys and Girls Club is now hiring for a Site Director 
POSITION/TITLE: Site Director 
SUPERVISOR: Senior Director of Programs

ABOUT US: Boys & Girls Clubs of North San Mateo County has been inspiring and enabling young people throughout North San Mateo County to reach their full potential and contribute to their communities since 1953. Our vision is that 1) Every child will have a positive sense of self, 2) Every child will be physically active every day, and 3) Every child will achieve academic success. Our organization consists of three community-based clubhouses and two school-based clubhouses in South San Francisco and Pacifica. We offer dynamic, low-cost or free programs during the after school hours, including academic support, leadership development, arts, STEM, and, sports and recreation for members ages 6-18. Boys & Girls Clubs of North San Mateo County is committed to partnering with schools and the community to ensure that the students of our community graduate from high school, ready for college and career.

The Site Director is a natural leader, capable of inspiring a shared clubhouse vision that values strong teamwork coupled with the tenacity for programmatic excellence. The IBL site director will manage and mentor multiple full and part time staff including the IBL Director of Athletics. Under the guidance of the Senior Director of Programs, the site director will direct, engage and manage overall daily clubhouse operations with the primary concern for club safety, programmatic quality and clubhouse growth. They will further place a high premium on community relations, parent engagement, establishing and continuing strong school partnerships and working across the organization to support and continually implement our vision to strengthen program quality, reach more youth and build upon community partnerships.

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