Flandreau Indian School Youth Development Specialist at Boys & Girls Club of Brookings


Category
Medical/Health
Company
Boys & Girls Club of Brookings
Location
Flandreau, SD
Posted
11/10/2018
The Youth Development Specialist is responsible for implementing the 5 key elements of positive youth development: fun, safety, recognition, opportunities & expectations and supportive relationships in their daily interactions with youth. 

VALUES:
  • Excellence: We strive for excellence within our staff, programs, board and environment
    • Leads by example and role models values and behaviors with people and projects.
    • Professional in appearance (following Club dress code), confident in word and body language.
  • Impact Driven: We believe that every person, youth, and staff can reach their full potential when guided by high expectations and impact driven decisions.
    • Hold all youth, co-workers, supervisors, staff, volunteers and one self in setting high goals in behavior and performance. Accountability is taken for own actions.
    • Displays passion for what one does within and for the organization.
  • Teamwork: By staying flexible and working as a team, we believe we can obtain success in meeting our individual and group goals.
    • Does not serve as a ‘sound board’ for negative comments or actions anywhere.
    • Gives feedback constructively and takes feedback with an open mind.
  • Good Character: We value respect, understanding, honesty, equality, patience and trust.
    • Behaviors, attitude and performance are excellent, including when no one is looking.
    • Approaches and informs supervisor with any and all concerns first.
JOB DUTIES:
  • Attend 100% of monthly all staff meetings, biweekly one on one meetings and biweekly team meetings.
  • Assist your supervisor in creating quarterly performance plan goals and accomplish them by the end of each quarter.
  • Provide daily feedback to supervisor on how the day went and how programs and the space can improve.
 
JOB REQUIREMENTS:
  • High School Diploma
  • Commitment to working four days a week
  • Commitment to make class schedule for upcoming semester meet the scheduling needs of the Boys & Girls Club (if applicable)
  • Commitment to working at the Club during the summer
  • Ability to work from 6 pm – 8:30 pm; Monday through Friday