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Boys & Girls Club - Executive Director
The Martha’s Vineyard Boys & Girls Club (MVBGC) is offering an exciting opportunity for the right person to join our dynamic, forward-thinking team. We rely on the dedication of caring employees to provide a safe, nurturing environment for kids to learn and grow. We take pride in our highly skilled, diverse and committed workforce. Our staff are educators, coaches, artists, mentors, community leaders and ambassadors. Are you ready to join a team of passionate individuals who are working to make a difference in the lives of our island’s kids?
Time Requirement: # of hours per day, week Fulll time
Compensation ($ Hourly, Weekly, Monthly):
Contact: To apply, please send your resume and cover letter to email@example.com, attn. Brad Simpkins.
Job posting date: 10/13/20
Guide, support and serve the Board of Directors in establishing goals and developing policies, procedures, budgets and programs that fulfill the mission of the Boys & Girls Club. • Monitor and approve the organization's program services and assure achievement of its mission and goals. • Provide leadership to Club staff by developing administrative and operational standards by which goals will be met. • Assure management and attainment of resources necessary to ensure the financial operations of the agency are conducted in accordance with applicable laws. • Assure that the organization is in compliance with membership and other requirements or standards of Boys & Girls Clubs of America, and other affiliated and regulatory agencies. • Oversee staffing activities of the organization, including recruiting, training, and evaluation of both paid and volunteer staff. • Promote Boys & Girls Club services to individuals, other service organizations, and the local community. • Direct and participate in public relations and fundraising activities. • Provide professional leadership to the Board of Directors to assure development of an effective and motivated board, including identification, recruitment, training and involvement of members in meeting the goals of the organization. • May be assigned special projects periodically by the Board of Directors. • Report to the Board of Directors.
Education & Experience:
Bachelor’s degree required. • Minimum 5 to 10 years of experience in directing programs, developing and implementing strategic and tactical plans, and building/managing a professional staff, preferably in human services and/or youth development. • Experience managing/maintaining a facility and developing community support of club operations and programs. • Experience in working with community constituencies and diverse populations preferred. • MS Office Suite and internet/computer competency required. • Flexibility to work a variable schedule as dictated by programming, fundraising, and meeting schedules. • Demonstrated competency and ability in establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with the Board of Directors, staff, community groups, and other related agencies. • Ability to handle crisis and to resolve conflicts, disputes or concerns in the club among staff, club members, volunteers or parents. • Demonstrated ability to organize, direct, plan and coordinate operations in a multi-unit organization. • Leadership skills, including negotiation, problem solving, decision making, delegation. • Strong communication skills, both oral and written; ability to speak effectively and persuasively to groups and individuals. • Demonstrated ability to supervise professionals and other staff/volunteers. • Advanced knowledge and expertise in asset management including financial resources and property. • Demonstrated skills and competency in the following areas preferred: the mission, objectives, policies, programs and procedures of Boys & Girls Clubs; of the principles and practices of nonprofit organizations and of management; and resource development activities and sources of funding.
Island Food Pantry Outreach Coordinator
Job Description: The Outreach Coordinator works closely with the Executive Director to plan and implement initiatives with an eye toward serving all of our clients with dignity and respect. This role is responsible for assisting with the planning and execution of relevant programming, volunteer recruitment, and other strategies to continue fostering an equitable, diverse, and inclusive space for all who come to the Island Food Pantry.
Duties ● Supports Food Pantry outreach to underserved communities on the Island ● Oversees client-facing check-in operations during Pantry distribution days. ● Ensures that Island Food Pantry is providing a welcoming and supportive environment to all Pantry visitors ● Performs outreach into the diverse communities on our Island, including churches and other support organizations ● Assists in translating Food Pantry documents ● Coordinates volunteer translators at the Food Pantry
Qualifications ● Deep understanding of and connections with diverse communities on Martha’s Vineyard ● Fluent in Portuguese and English ● Organized ● Outgoing ● Communicates issues in a timely manner to appropriate parties ● Working knowledge of Island Food Pantry Guidelines and Procedures
Time Commitment ● 20 hrs/week ● Year-round
Contact Kayte Morris at firstname.lastname@example.org
Island Food Pantry - Operations Manager
Job Descriptions: The role of the Island Food Pantry Operations Manager is responsible for all aspects of the Pantry's procurement and distribution of food, including pickup, receipt, storage, and distribution of food to community members in need. This position trains and manages Pantry volunteers to ensure that needs of our clients are met, and embraces the organization's core values of providing reliable food with dignity and respect. Duties ● Volunteer Oversight ○ Coordinates Pantry volunteer leaders (Volunteer Coordinator, Ordering Lead, Shift Supervisors and others) to ensure that the Pantry is properly staffed ○ Trains volunteers, identifies new volunteer roles and opportunities● Manage all aspects of food inventory procurement, controls, and distribution ○ Coordinates with GBFB and other vendors, the Steamship Authority and volunteers to ensure that food is reliably delivered to the Pantry ○ Coordinates Truck Team and Stocking team to ensure safe storage of Pantry items ○ Coordinates food delivery program, including but not limited to matching volunteers with clients who request delivery, phoning clients to secure their food order, and scheduling volunteers to pick-up and deliver orders. ○ Organize and oversee the food distribution process with help of other staff and volunteers. ● Facilities Management ○ Ensures that Island Food Pantry’s Facility meets GBFB and local health department standards of organization and cleanliness; ensures all required certification and inspections for the pantry are completed on schedule. ○ Ensures all equipment – truck, refrigerators, freezers, ect. – and facilities stay in good working order; schedule maintenance/repairs as needed. ○ Identifies and problems and implements or facilitates solutions for issues that come up in the Island Food Pantry’s space. ●Works with Executive Director to implement new projects and extend the Island Food Pantry’s support of the community
Qualifications: 2+ years of operational experience preferably in food service, grocery management or other relevant field ● Experience supervising a dynamic and diverse team ● Communicates issues in a timely manner to appropriate parties ● Commitment to the island food pantry mission and social justice issues
Time Commitment: 40 hrs/week
Contact: Kayte Morris at email@example.com
Island Health Care -Chief Financial Officer
Job Description: Island Health Care is seeking a Chief Financial Officer to join our team. We are asking for your help in identifying potential candidates. The CFO position requires 15-20 hours per week, which for the most part can be done remotely. The CFO is responsible for general financial planning and management of the corporation, and in conjunction with the CEO, is accountable for the corporation’s assets. The CFO is responsible for maintaining sound financial management and accountability to comply with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles, federal, state, and local legal requirements, and contractual obligations. The CFO manages and coordinates the business and administrative activities for the Health Center including accounting, accounts payable, financial reporting, billing and accounts receivable, budgeting, purchasing, cash management, risk management, payroll, tax filings, cost reporting, grant filings, and business analytics.
Contact: Potential applicants should email Lucy Hackney (firstname.lastname@example.org) if they have questions or if they would like to begin the application process.