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Staff Development Coordinator

Boys & Girls Clubs of Central New Hampshire

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Central New Hampshire provides early child care, afterschool programs, summer day camps and basketball leagues to youth throughout the central New Hampshire area including Concord and Laconia areas. Our mission is to inspire and enable all young people, especially those who most need us, to reach their full potential as productive, caring and responsible citizens.  We offer a safe place to belong, caring adult mentors and programs covering everything from academics and leadership development to physical fitness and healthy habits.

http://www.centralnhclubs.org


Are you looking to work for an organization with an inspiring mission? Are you team-oriented, motivated, and enjoy working with people? If yes, this might be an ideal position for you.

Boys & Girls Clubs of Central NH is searching for a Staff Development Coordinator to join our team. This is a full-time, exempt position. The successful candidates will enjoy working in a team environment within a dynamic organization, enjoy resolving challenges, data input, and developing professional development plans for teams and individuals. Some in person work with children may be expected.

The Staff Development Coordinator is responsible for creating and enacting intentional training programs for the organization that align with employee's professional development goals as well as company goals. Staff Development Coordinator's responsibilities include communicating with managers and staff committees to identify training needs and mapping out development plans for teams and individuals. This position is responsible for managing, designing, developing, and coordinating all training programs.  

Requirements:

-A Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university preferred; ideally in a youth development-oriented field, with advancing business/organization management experience; or a degree in a business-oriented field with advancing youth development program management experience.

-Thorough knowledge of: the mission, objectives, policies, programs, and procedures of Boys & Girls Club; the principles and practices of managing nonprofits; and resource development activities and sources of funding.

-Demonstrated ability to plan and implement effective training programs.

-Strong leadership skills.

-Strong communication skills, both oral and written.

-Basic knowledge of budget management.

-Knowledge of the State of NH licensing regulations.

-Ability to work closely with the Finance office staff regarding program budgets, Human Resources regarding employee performance, development, and policy implementations; Communications and Development Directors regarding fundraising, grants, and public relations.

- Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with the Board of Directors, staff, community groups, and other related agencies.

- Must be willing to travel between locations when requested. (Only occasional travel may be required.)

 -All of the candidates that are offered a job with the Boys and Girls Clubs of Central New Hampshire will have to submit for an FBI fingerprint background check and nsubmit to a background check through the State of NH Criminal Records Dept. and FirstAdvantage. Note: The State of NH Childcare Licensing Bureau may prohibit you from being employed by the Boys & Girls Clubs of Central New Hampshire should there be a disqualifying finding on your criminal record. In addition, even if the State of NH reviews your records and allows you to work at the Club, we still reserve the right to determine your employment status.

Responsibilities:

System

-Develop a system for intentional professional development using multi-faceted approaches within the organization.

-Develop processes for all elements of professional development including but not limited to: 

  • Tracking professional development for all staff.
  • Creating individual professional development plans.
  • Designing site-specific program quality improvement plans.
  • Aligning professional development opportunities to BGCCNH work plan goals.

-Create and maintain a community of learners within the organization. 

Committees

  • Establish and facilitate an IDEA (Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Action) committee to ensure that all trainings have an equity, diversity lens.)
  • Bring Action items from this committee to other committees as needed.

Professional Development Tracking and Reporting

-Track annual professional development requirements set by Licensing, BGCA, and BGCCNH.

-Ensure staff meet all professional development requirements.

-Track individual professional development goals.

-Apprise staff development committee of goals to prepare for conferences and training days. 

  • Participate on the staff development committee as needed.
  • PDC ensures that all trainings and offerings are aligned to program or individual goals.

Communication/ Interaction with staff

-Support staff in achieving their professional goals by providing training, guidance, and resources.

-Create individual professional development plans with staff and supervisors.

-Collaborate with supervisors concerning staff professional development goals.

Partnership Development

-Partner with colleges, universities, and NH State Systems to ensure that BGCCNH professional development aligns with local and state goals.

-Establish and maintain relationships with colleges and universities to offer college courses at BCCGNH.

-Partner with staff development committee and program committees to ensure alignment among committees.  

How to Apply:

If interested please visit www.centralnhclubs.org, Job Opportunities section to apply. You may also email a resume and a cover letter to Lily Mlinar at mlinar@centralnhclubs.org with a subject line- Staff Development Coordinator.

Salary Range:

$48,000 to $56,000

Job Location:

Concord

Date Added: September 23, 2021

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