Part-time Development/Public Relations Assistant
Assist the Development/Public Relations Director with fundraising; grant writing; database management; stewardship (thank you letters, postcards, e-mails); fundraising research; creating monthly newsletter; creation of media packets; fundraising events (gala, luncheons, golf tournaments, presentations); Photographing Club activities; administrative responsibilities; updating social media site; all other duties as assigned.
- Microsoft Office (especially Excel and Mail merge)
- Knowledge of Donor Perfect, Greater Giving, Social Media sites, and Constant Contact are a plus.
The qualified candidate will care about the Boys & Girls Club mission, take initiative, assist with various duties, and is able to complete tasks in a timely manner. We are looking for someone who is eager to learn, carries out responsibility, can wear multiple hats, multi-tasks well, and has a positive attitude. College degree preferred, but not required. Please visit www.bgcokc.org to learn more about the Boys & Girls Club of Oklahoma County.
Send resume to:
Linda Mares, Development/Public Relations Director (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Approximately 25-30 hours per week
Youth Development Professional (YDP)
The Youth Development Professional (YDP) will provide programming and services on a daily basis to youth enrolled in programs, understand and implement the mission of Boys & Girls Clubs of Oklahoma County, be knowledgeable in the “5 Core Areas” of programming (character & leadership development, education & career development, the arts, health & life skills, and sports, fitness & recreation), provide support to the Unit Director and Program Coordinator, volunteers, and other staff members, and be able to build positive relationships with youth and parents. Most work is conducted in a Club setting, both indoors and outdoors. This is a part-time hourly position at a rate of $8/hour.
Demonstrated knowledge of principles related to youth development; ability to plan effectively; leadership skills, including an understanding of group dynamics and discipline; an understanding of the population of youth served by Boys & Girls Club of Oklahoma County.
High school diploma or equivalent.
Some experience in working with diverse ages and groups of youth preferred.
Will accurately understand all forms of communication from others, including listening. Will provide others with necessary, correct, and timely information and feedback when requested.
Will identify causes of problems and implement an appropriate course of action under the direction of the Unit Director. Will gather relative and important information regarding issues and problems. Will seek new techniques and approaches in dealing with problems.
Will serve as a role model for co-workers and youth in the programs. Demonstrates responsible, ethical, and professional behavior. Will enhance and encourage the building up of co-workers and strive to meet goals and objectives of the organization.
Will work to achieve higher levels of training and responsibility to better serve the youth in Programs. Will contribute to a positive work environment and strive to maintain personal wellness.
To apply for this position please contact A. Jaye Johnson, Unit Director, at (405) 521-9292 or by email.