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Teen Leader at YMCA OF GREATER BOSTON in Roxbury, Massachusetts

Posted in Management 30+ days ago.

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Type: Full-Time





Job Description:

This position is primarily responsible for representing the YMCA personally and in a professional manner in accordance with the mission and goals of the YMCA of Greater Boston. Under the leadership and direction of the Teen Program Director, this position is also responsible for the planning and implementation of youth development and teen activities, ensuring that the program participants receive a quality experience which maintains health and safety as a priority. The programs should include informal, educational and recreational activities which are appropriate for each age and stage of development and support the Ys 3 focus areas; Youth Development, Healthy Living and Social Responsibility.
ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES/PRINCIPLE ACTIVITIES:
Help to develop and implement quality programs to meet the needs of middle and high school students, ensuring that YMCA policies, rules, regulations and procedures are being enforced and respected.Work with the Teen Director, to set goals and review the standards in the implementation of activities that foster creativity and awareness including various cultural, educational, recreational, environmental and social issues.Work with the management team of YMCA to coordinate service delivery and ensure a youth/teen friendly and safe environment.Maintain and monitor enrollment and participation in Y programs.Ensure that teens participate in all required training, special events, and community collaborations.Support the Teen Program Director with the recruitment of teens in community.Attend YMCA, community, collaborative and other meetings as requested by the Teen Program Director or the Branch Operator.Increase visibility in the community through weekly contacts using social media.Maintain and care for all program areas and supplies.Meet all reporting and tracking requirements for collaborative programs.Communicate program information, problems and concerns as they occur.Abide by established YMCA policies, procedures, regulations and guidelines; ask when in doubt.Remain current in required and voluntary training in order to promote Youth Development, Healthy Living and Social Responsibility.Job performance will be evaluated every 30 days by supervisor to ensure quality program is being delivered.Adhere to the Y Works for Teens AgendaPerform duties as requested by supervisor.