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BGCBigs is an organization that believes in the promise of all children. Our team works with community volunteers, partners and other supporters to provide mentoring and after school club programs for over 5,000 children and youth. BGCBigs an equal opportunity employer. Respect for the dignity and worth of every individual in the workplace is fundamental in our organization.

Current Opportunities

Program Staff – Part Time – After School 
Position(s) Available:
Two (2)
Status: Part-Time 20 hours per week
Salary Range: $19.29 per hour

The key responsibilities of this position will include:

  • Planning and delivery of fun and safe recreational and educational based afterschool programs to male high school students.
  • Providing English Language Learning (ELL) support to male newcomer students’ with specific focus on working with students whose first language is Arabic and/or Somali
  • Delivering programming geared towards immigrant and refugee youth.
  • Providing direct supervision, behavior management, support and mentoring to youth ensuring positive relationships occur.
  • Building relationships with youth in order to understand their individual and collective concerns.
  • Maintaining up-to date required documentation and completing other required reporting.
  • Complete tasks related to daily routine

    Club Facilitator 
    Position(s) Available: 
    One (1)
    Status:  Full-Time Temporary 1 year contract (with the possibility of extension)
    Salary Range: $40,971 – $46,355 annually

    The key responsibilities of this position will include:

    • Creating and providing a variety of programming for children specifically in the areas of: Physical Activity, Life Skills/ Leadership, Arts and Culture, Health and Nutrition and Academic Support
    • Engaging children and families to participate in the programming services we offer.
    • Providing a safe, engaging and positive place for children and families to be.
    • Building relationships with program partners, in order to understand child, youth and community issues/trends within their area.
    • Connecting with local community supports to enhance programming for children and youth.
    • Maintaining up-to-date electronic casework notes, statistics and other required reporting in compliance with relevant standards, policies and processes and to understand impact.
    • Assisting in providing basic food preparation, serving and daily cleaning for programming sites according to standards.


    Kim Collister

    Manager of Human Resources, Learning & Development

    P: 780.822.2542