Employment Opportunities

Interested in the youth development field? Do you enjoy working with kids on a daily basis? Are you considering a career in social service? Are you a creative, energetic person who enjoys a challenge? If so, the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Northwoods may have an opportunity for you!

Enjoy making a child’s day.

  • A passion for working with kids is always rewarded at the Boys & Girls Club.

Enjoy our fun and friendly work environment.

  • Great team of staff to work with every day.
  • A growing national movement in which to work your way up.

Enjoy the perks.

  • Have-a-life schedules: weekends and holidays off!
  • Great uniform: jeans and T-shirt.
  • Gain valuable youth development experience.
  • Make a difference in children’s lives.

Positions Available

Antigo Location 

Teen Center Director– Full-Time – $32.5-37.5k Per Year 

Teen Center Director manages the overall daily operations of the BGCNW Teen Programs at our Antigo Teen Center with the primary concern for Club member discipline, safety, overall program delivery, supervision, facilities management, community and parent relations, and membership administration to include outreach. As well as plan, implement and instruct programming, for youth in grades 6-12 that align with our priority outcomes: Academic Success, Good Character & Citizenship, Healthy Lifestyles, and STEM. Programs should promote development of Club member’s physical and social skills and be adaptable to youth. Teen Services Coordinator works under the guidance and supervision of the Club Director, assists and oversees Club functions in areas of Visions Scanning program, Club cleanliness, role modeling, programming and special events.

Youth Development Professional– Part-Time 15 -35 Hours Per Week – $9-$13 per hour (4 Openings) -Fall Start

The Youth Development Professional is responsible for planning and implementing programs, such as Education, Health & Life Skills, Character & Leadership, Social Recreation, Arts & Crafts, and Physical Education for Boys & Girls Club members in K-12 grades. Programs should promote development of Club member’s physical and social skills accomplished through the implementation of a weekly program plan that includes tournaments and contests, group goal-setting, secret file folders, motivational/participatory programs and other various planned program activities. Club programs emphasize on building a positive self-image in Club members. The YDP works under the guidance and supervision of the Program Director assists and oversees Club functions in areas of Visions Scanning program, Club cleanliness, role modeling, programming and special events

Custodian– Part-Time 20-30  Hours Per Week – $13-$15 per hour

Custodian working under the guidance and supervision of the Director of Operations. Custodian is responsible for the overall cleanliness and basic maintenance of the Club. Flexible work schedule. 

1 Part-time & 1 Full-time AmeriCorps – Community Corps

The AmeriCorps – Community Corps position works under the guidance and supervision of the Program Director. Ensure children’s safety, manage children’s behavior and act as a role model and mentor. Model constructive participation in all daily activities in the core area of healthy lifestyles, good character & leadership and academic success. The YDP is the single most consistent presence in the experience of each BGCNW member, and so has the greatest potential impact on each Club Member. This responsibility requires careful attention to the physical and emotional safety of each and every individual camper and to the overall development and formation of the group as a whole.

Benefits of service include:

  • Explore health-related workplaces and learn new skills; ideal gap-year or paid internship experience
  • Make a lasting positive impact by supporting community health work
  • Receive ongoing professional skills training throughout the year to build your resume
  • Earn a bi-weekly allowance
  • No-cost health, vision and dental insurance (full-time members only)
  • Low- to no-cost child care assistance
  • $6,495 educational award ($3,247 for half-time members) upon service completion

Rhinelander Location 

Youth Development Professional– Part-Time 20 – 35 Hours Per Week – $11-$13 per hour. (4 Openings) -Fall Start

The Youth Development Professional is responsible for planning and implementing programs, such as Education, Health & Life Skills, Character & Leadership, Social Recreation, Arts & Crafts, and Physical Education for Boys & Girls Club members in K-5th grades. Programs should promote development of Club member’s physical and social skills accomplished through the implementation of a weekly program plan that includes tournaments and contests, group goal-setting, secret file folders, motivational/participatory programs, and other various planned program activities. Club programs emphasize on building a positive self-image in Club members. The YDP works under the guidance and supervision of the Program Director assists and oversees Club functions in areas of Visions Scanning program, Club cleanliness, role modeling, programming, and special events

          Program Assistant– Part-Time 10 – 20 Hours Per Week – $9-$10 per hour.    (2 Openings) 

The Program Assistant is responsible for leading engaging activities, providing targeted academic support to our members, and filling in where needed during program hours

1 Part-time & 1 Full-time AmeriCorps – Community Corps

The AmeriCorps – Community Corps position works under the guidance and supervision of the Program Director. Ensure children’s safety, manage children’s behavior and act as a role model and mentor. Model constructive participation in all daily activities in the core area of healthy lifestyles, good character & leadership and academic success. The YDP is the single most consistent presence in the experience of each BGCNW member, and so has the greatest potential impact on each Club Member. This responsibility requires careful attention to the physical and emotional safety of each and every individual camper and to the overall development and formation of the group as a whole.

Benefits of service include:

  • Explore health-related workplaces and learn new skills; ideal gap-year or paid internship experience
  • Make a lasting positive impact by supporting community health work
  • Receive ongoing professional skills training throughout the year to build your resume
  • Earn a bi-weekly allowance
  • No-cost health, vision and dental insurance (full-time members only)
  • Low- to no-cost child care assistance
  • $6,495 educational award ($3,247 for half-time members) upon service completion

 

Open positions are also posted on www.indeed.com

If you are interested in applying to any of our open positions, please send a cover letter, resume and BGCNW Application for Employment via mail or email to:

Attn: Angel Zimmerman
Boys & Girls Clubs of the Northwoods 411 Superior St. Antigo, WI 54409

Or via e-mail: angelz@bgcnorthwoods.org or (715) 627-1800 ext 3.

All employees must pass a pre-employment drug test and background check (state, federal and criminal).