CC Camp Director

Overview The Boys & Girls Clubs of Stoneham & Wakefield is search for a compassionate, organized leader to join their growing team of youth development professionals! Our Stoneham Club is searching for the next leader of its EEC licensed child care program (serving children ages 5-7) and traditional day camp (serving campers ages 5-15). Responsibilities Leading the 5-7 year old after school program, licensed through the MA Department of Early Education and Care. Director in charge of traditional day camp, serving campers ages 5-15. Growing your team by hiring, training, supervising and inspiring a team of passionate, committed staff members; utilizing part-time resources for school age programming and seasonal employment for summer camp. Point person for parent communication, both written and verbal. Administrative upkeep of participant files, in accordance with licensing requirements. Inspiring each child's potential through our innovative curriculum, inclusive environment and strong family partnerships. Engaging in participant recruitment, from strategy to marketing to expand both programs beyond current enrollment. Enjoying the support of an administrative team dedicated to helping you manage the daily operations of both programs. Adhering to all licensing requirements, both through EEC and MA Department of Public Health. Nurturing your career aspirations and personal growth through ongoing training and support. Qualifications Bachelor's Degree (preferred). Five years management/professional experience while simultaneously meeting requirements for director-level status put forth by EEC & MA DPH. Experience leading a licensed childcare program and/or knowledge of licensing requirements. Experience in staff development and leading comprehensive staff trainings. Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal. Budgetary experience (preferred). Must obtain MA 7D license within 90 days of start date. 2018-3525
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Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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