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Professional Opportunities

The Club is always looking for caring, qualified, and professional people to serve our members and help to support Club operations. If you are passionate about youth and youth development, we may have a position for you. The Boys & Girls Club of Greater Nashua is an equal opportunity employer.

We are currently seeking:

  • Full and Part Time Licensed School-Age Child Care Group Leader

    Full and Part Time Licensed School-Age Child Care Group Leader


    The Boys & Girls Club of Greater Nashua’s licensed Child Care program is now hiring! We have immediate openings for associate teachers and group leaders to teach and run youth programming for our kindergarten through third graders.

    $17.00 - 18.00 per hour is being offered to all qualified childcare professionals depending on experience.

    Our Kids Club Licensed Child Care Program provides exciting before school, afterschool and school vacation programming our Club members from grades Kindergarten- 3rd grade. We are looking for a committed and energetic youth development professional to join our team for year round employment in our program.

    The Group Leader is responsible for assisting with the creation and implementation of activities that aid a child in their social, emotional, cognitive, and physical growth. Group Leaders are responsible for planning and implementing daily activities in various program areas, supervising program participants, behavior management, and program development.


    · Become familiar with and abide by NH State Licensing Regulations.

    · Maintain group and state daily attendance logs.

    · Plan, implement, supervise, and evaluate all child care activities to include academic and literacy help, healthy living activities, arts and crafts, and more… identifying opportunities for implementation of new programs to benefit the kids we serve.

    · Develop and foster healthy relationships with all members, providing guidance and role modeling positive behaviors.

    · Engage parents, as needed.


    · Commitment to the organization’s mission to enable all young people – especially those who need us most – to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens.

    · At least 1 year of experience working with school-age children.

    · Strong verbal and oral communication skills.

    · Already have, or be committed to completing, 18 hours of child care professional development training (annually)

    · Preference is given to individuals at least 21 years old who are willing and able to drive our 15-passenger van.

    · Warm, nurturing, and flexible individual who genuinely enjoys working with children and families from various backgrounds.


    Monday through Friday:

    Before School Care: 6:30-8:30AM

    After School Care: 2-6 PM

    Split Shift (Full-Time): 6:30-8:30AM and 2-6PM

  • Special Events / Sustainability Support Manager




    The Special Event & Sustainability Support Manager will support the Sr. Director of Special Events and Leadership Gifts in the primary areas of fundraising events and sustainability.

    This resource development team member role will have career growth opportunities by providing support in the launch and development of a sustainability campaign to renovate the Club’s physical infrastructure and grow the Club’s endowment.



    In collaboration with the Senior Director of Special Events and Leadership Gifts, this role will help:

    1. Coordinate three annual special events, including the Youth of the Year (May), Friel Memorial Golf Tournament (September) and the Bids for Kids Holiday Auction (December) to raise $765,000+ collectively.

    2. Coordinate with Sr. Director/Special Events, volunteer chairs, and Board committees on all aspects of fundraising for events, including underwriting, and auction item solicitation.

    3. Create and prepare all event coordination documents. Examples include: Committee meeting agendas and minutes, donation tracking, RSVP reports, fundraising reports.

    4. Coordinate all non-fundraising events including, but not limited to: ribbon cuttings, grand openings, press conferences and receptions.

    5. Help identify and cultivate portfolio of capital campaign donor prospects

    6. Assist in discovery work, including promoting bequest intentions, estate gifts and other planned giving vehicles.

    7. Assist the entire Resource Development department to reach financial goals



    Assist the Sr. Resource Directors and Executive Director with other special projects as necessary.

    Performs other related duties and responsibilities as required or as assigned.

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    1. A minimum of three years’ progressive development in a non-profit organization.

    2. Experience in fundraising event planning

    3. Demonstrated success in raising money and working with volunteers.

    4. Excellent verbal and written communication skills.

    5. Must be detail oriented; work well under pressure; able to juggle multiple tasks

    6. Knowledge of the community is a plus.

    7. Proficient in MS Office.

    8. Knowledge of fundraising software preferred

    9. Team player

    10. Mission driven



    Internal: Maintain close, daily contact with the Club management to exchange information, seek and give assistance, consultation and direction. Maintain contact with financial staff and support staff. Maintain written and verbal contact with volunteers and donors.

    External: Maintain contact with corporate leaders, community, board members, donors, volunteers, vendors and the public to seek financial support and provide information regarding club activities and needs.


    The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

    While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand; walk; use hands to fingers, handle, feel; reach with hands and arms; climb or balance; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl; talk or hear; taste or smell. The employee frequently is required to sit. The employee must regularly lift and/or move up to 30 lbs. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus. From time to time, some evening and weekend work will be required.


    The information presented indicates the general nature of work and level of work expected of employees in this classification. It is not designed to contain, or to be interpreted as, a comprehensive

    One Positive Place 603-883-0523 Nashua, NH 03060

    inventory of all duties, responsibilities, qualifications and objectives required of employees assigned to this job.


    To Apply:

    Candidates may send a resume and cover letter to:

    Megan Donovan, Sr. Resource Director

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