Join OUR team OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENT PROFESSIONALS
Our organization offers a variety of employment opportunities for those interested in the professional areas of youth development, management and executive leadership. As a Club professional, you make a difference in the lives of children ages 6-18, while working in a stimulating and satisfying environment full of opportunities.
Submit all Employment Applications, Resumes, and Letter of Interests to:
The Boys & Girls Clubs of Fresno County
Attn: Kristin R. Saldivar
540 N. Augusta St.
Fresno, CA 93701
Must be at least 21 years old to apply.
Must have a valid Driver’s License and clean driving record.
Applications are screened once a month.
The first interview is a screening only.
On average, clubs are open between 2-8pm Monday thru Friday and some Saturdays.
TECHNOLOGY MANAGER, Full-Time, 40 hours per week - The Technology Manager is responsible for the computer operations, website, computer and internet safety and security, and managing technology for special events within the Fresno County multiple Club organization. The Technology Manager is expected to collaborate with Unit Directors, management staff, and program staff to train and assist in the vision membership tracking system as well as offer educational technology programs for youth, and update and oversee technology equipment in clubhouses.
MENDOTA UNIT DIRECTOR, Full-Time, 35 hours per week - The Unit Director oversees the Club Unit, Club members, and Club safety. The Unit Director manages the employees, volunteers, and all members. The Unit Director is responsible for daily operations at the Club, program services, special events, grants, monthly reports, supplies, and Club rules. The Unit Director empower the Club team, organizes development opportunities for members and staff, and collaborates with the community. The Unit Director provides Club tours, participates in city council meetings, parent outreach groups, and neighborhood focus groups.
FINK WHITE PROGRAM DIRECTOR, Full-Time, 25 hours per week - The Program Director oversees the Club members, Club programs, special events, and volunteers. The Program Director is responsible for program planning, intervention, and evaluation. The Program Director collaborates with the Unit Director on all planning and program structure. The Program Director is innovative and resourceful to all program staff. The Program Director also oversees the daily operations as a supportive staff to the Unit Director and leader to the program staff. The Program Director completes daily reporting in the membership management system, narratives, material requests, Club safety and supervision, and activities.
HARRIS FARMS GENERAL PROGRAM ASSISTANT, Part-Time, 19 hours per week - The General Program Assistant mentors members ages 6-18 through education, recreational, and leadership programs. The general program assistant implements a variety of programs within the arts, education, health, sports, leadership, and technology programs. The General Program Assistant is responsible for supervision, safety, and daily program implementation and evaluation.
ORANGE COVE GENERAL PROGRAM ASSISTANT, Part-Time, 15 hours per week - The General Program Assistant mentors members ages 6-18 through education, recreational, and leadership programs. The general program assistant implements a variety of programs within the arts, education, health, sports, leadership, and technology programs. The General Program Assistant is responsible for supervision, safety, and daily program implementation and evaluation.