Boys & Girls Clubs of America

Director Organizational Development - Pacific Region

Posted Date 3 months ago(3/20/2024 5:12 PM)
Job ID
Field Operations
Pacific Region



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Boys & Girls Clubs of America named "One of the Best Nonprofits to Work for in 2017, 2018 and 2019"


Boys & Girls Clubs of America is the nation's premier youth development organization. Our programs, training and services impact nearly 4 million children and teens every year. We are always looking for qualified professionals with a passion for improving young lives, as a member of our national staff.  We have strong values, embrace diversity and offer great benefits to allow our employees to maintain work/life balance.


Imagine a place where who you are, where you're from or the circumstances that surround you don’t determine your access to experiences or opportunities. Now imagine a mission, created to enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens. The Boys & Girls Clubs are making that vision a reality — in your community and communities around the world.

Can you imagine being a part of that movement, and doing something that makes a difference? If so, we have an amazing opportunity for you to join our Field Operations team as Director of Organizational Development. This position assumes a key role in propelling our mission forward; supporting the Pacific Region, you will need to be in: WA, OR, ID, CA, NV, UT, AZ.


Joining the Boys & Girls Clubs of America team presents an unparalleled opportunity to make a significant impact on the lives of youth across the nation. As part of our organization, you'll play a vital role in shaping the bigger picture and strategy for our initiatives, ensuring that our efforts have a meaningful and lasting effect. This role offers the chance to dream up innovative solutions and pave the way for their realization, drawing upon the diverse experiences and skills accumulated throughout your professional journey.

Moreover, this position provides ample opportunities for personal and professional growth. You'll have the chance to learn from seasoned experts in the field and expand your skill set, while also contributing your unique perspective to our collective efforts. Join us in our mission to empower youth and create positive change on a national scale.


Location - Remote - Must be located in the Pacific Region (highly prefer Washington)


Reporting to the Vice President of Field Services, the Director of Organizational Development - GEO will operate with general oversight to facilitate and deliver consultation and support services to member organizations. This role involves collaborating with local entities to enhance their capacity for maximizing mission effectiveness in youth engagement. The Director will execute consultation programs aimed at broadening the reach of the Boys & Girls Club Movement while also interpreting Boys & Girls Club of America's goals and objectives to member organizations.


Provide Accountable Leadership to Independent Organizations
• Establish partner relationships with new Chief Professional Officers and Board Presidents in assigned service area and conduct orientations on services and resources available from Boys & Girls Clubs of America.
• Assist Clubs in increasing the resources available to achieve their strategic goals with an emphasis on increasing individual giving.


Increase Organizational Capabilities
• Create and maintain highest level of customer service relationship with professional and volunteer leadership of assigned Clubs.
• Ensure the delivery of risk assessments, safety audits, and training and resources on Club and Child Safety.
• Ensure that all assigned organizations complete the required measurement and assessment processes (Key Performance Indicators, Standards of Organizational Effectiveness, and Formula for Impact Assessment) and that all organizations have an organizational service plan in place.
• Promote attendance of organizations’ leaders in assigned service area for appropriate learning opportunities including Regional, National and Board Leadership Conference.

Support Strategic Growth and Amplify Influence 
• Provide on-site and off-site support and technical assistance to communities assuring the establishment of new, self-sustaining Boys & Girls Club sites in assigned service area in accordance with BGCA requirements for membership.
• Serve as primary point of contact for member organizations and BGCA.


• No direct Reports. May monitor and coordinate the work of temporary employees and student interns


• Bachelor’s degree in business, accounting, or social services or education/experience equivalency required
• Minimum five years’ experience in the management, administration and operation of a Boys & Girls Club (or similar organization) or seven years’ experience working in the field of organizational development and non-profit consulting
• Demonstrated successful experience with board development and resource development
• Demonstrated proficiency in Microsoft Word and Outlook


• Builds trust and rapport quickly
• Relates well to people of varying backgrounds
• Shares information in an open and transparent fashion
• Is tactful and respectful
• Addresses conflicts constructively


• High energy level, comfortable performing multi-faceted projects in conjunction with day-to-day activities. Superior interpersonal abilities. Ability to get along with diverse personalities, at all times displaying tact, maturity and flexibility. Must have good reasoning abilities and sound judgment. Physical requirements include sight, hearing, sitting for four plus hours per day. Skills essential for successful communications include speaking and writing. Must be physically able to travel by air, car, train, or other modes of transportation



• Normal Office Environment
• Travel estimated at 60-70% (can be up to 12 – 14 days or more in a month – including weekends - depending upon scheduling requirements).


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