After School Program Site Director
Location(s) Green Bay, WI
Employment Type Permanent
Job Listed 23-Jan-2019
Job Description


Full-time/M-F; 10:00-6:00pm (Academic Year); M-F, 9:00am-5:00pm (Summer/Non-School Days)

Pay Classification/Rate

Manager/Based on experience

Location Keller Elementary


The Boys & Girls Club of Green Bay offers a safe, inviting, place to learn and grow – all while having fun!


As a Site Director, you will be responsible for directing/managing overall daily operations of designated after-school site with the primary concern for programs and service delivery, supervision and training of staff, facilities management, community relations and membership administration.

**To ensure program stability and an optimum Club member experience, this position requires a minimum time commitment of one full academic year (August 1st-June 15th).  



  • Provides leadership, direction and direct supervision of After School Program staff.  Leads and evaluates employees to meet the organization’s expectations for productivity, quality and goal accomplishment.
  • Conducts and attends meetings and trainings to keep site up to date.
  • Manages employee schedules, time off requests, overtime approvals, hourly staff timekeeping requirements and department budgets.
  • Works closely with Human Resources to plan staffing levels, recruit, interview, hire and development staff.
  • Coaches, mentors and develops staff, including overseeing new employee onboarding, monthly one on one coaching meetings and creation of the Individual Development Plan.
  • Provides effective performance feedback (timely, specific and constructive) that includes recognition and rewards and disciplinary action when necessary. 
  • Fosters a spirit of teamwork where ideas are welcomed, conflicts are resolved expeditiously and diversity is valued. Consciously model the organization’s mission and values.  
  • Develops and coordinates programs that are evidence-based and align with the Boys & Girls Club and school goals and objectives to strengthen academic success in members and meet minimum program delivery standards.



  • Oversee the planning, coordination, implementation, supervision and evaluation for programming in the following content areas:
    • Language/Literacy
    • Math/Numeracy
    • STEM
    • Social-Emotional Learning and Ethical Development
    • Arts and Culture
    • Global Learning
    • Health and Wellness
    • Media and Technology
    • Environmental Learning
    • Service Learning
  • Incorporate site specific curriculum (Enrichment Clubs) that will address social issues and interests that are specific to designated site. Provide expectations and guidance to staff on the program creation and requirements for Enrichment Clubs. (Examples: Culinary Arts, Image Makers, Boys Club, Girls Club, Culture Club, STEM Club, etc.).
  • Recruits and retains a specific number of part-time staff and volunteers necessary for quality Boys & Girls Club program implementation. Pursues relationships with partnering agencies, higher education institutions, community members, and local businesses to provide additional resources and support to program components. 
  • Provides guidance and development for part-time staff.  Prepares newly hired staff to work with program participants, help frontline staff members understand their roles, and contributes to a positive work culture.
  • Promotes Club membership and recruits after school program participants on a bi-weekly basis through lunch and classroom visits and through establishment of a student referral process involving school day personnel.
  • Forges strong ties with the School Principal, Dean, Teachers and Staff by attending faculty meetings, school events trainings, and having professional interactions at all times.
  • Acts as a community liaison to involve families and the community with the After School Program, including educational opportunities for parents /adults in the community and hosting monthly family events.
  • Responsible for vital documentation and paperwork being completed i.e. program plans, newsletters, APR reports, attendance, incident reports, new employee paperwork and other administrative duties as needed.
  • Responsible for managing program budget.
  • Understands and assures the implementation of organizational policies, procedures, and goals while maintaining a safe, positive environment necessary for youth development.
  • Utilize the Youth Development Strategy in alignment with PBIS (Positive Behavior Intervention System) to maintain a positive behavioral environment. Reports severe infractions to the Director of School Based Operations, the appropriate school personnel and parents/guardians when applicable, understands and applies child and adolescent development principles.
  • Communicates with a strength based approach to develop positive relationships with all youth and families.
  • Respects and honors cultural and human diversity.
  • Identifies potential risk and protective factors for youth.
  • Demonstrates the qualities of a positive role model.
  • Works collaboratively with partner agencies and interacts in a way that supports asset building.
  • Understands and applies youth development principles.
  • Coordinates (with the school administration) the use of building facilities for agencies contracted by the Green Bay Public School District to provide additional after-school activities.



  • High school Diploma or GED equivalency required.
  • Ability to work with youth and families.
  • Ability to work evenings.
  • Ability to work effectively with Club staff, organizations, community groups and individuals.
  • Accurately understanding the spoken communication of others and composing clear, concise and accurate written material.
  • Demonstrate record of independent work, problem solving and time management skills.
  • Enjoy working with a variety of people (volunteers and paid staff).
  • Providing others with necessary correct and timely information.
  • Working with others to accomplish team objectives.
  • General Microsoft knowledge required.


Preferred Qualifications

  • A four-year degree from an accredited college or university required or equivalent experience.
  • 3-5 years’ experience in developing and implementing youth guidance and development programs.
  • At least one of direct supervisory experience.
  • Bilingual abilities.



The information presented indicates the general nature and level of work expected of employees in this classification. It is not designed to contain, or to be interpreted as, a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, qualifications and objectives required of employees assigned to this job.

Equal Opportunity Employment Statement 

The Boys & Girls Club of Greater Green Bay provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics and complies with applicable federal, state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment.

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