Join Our Team!

A diverse group of professional youth advocates are employed by the Boys & Girls Club of Watertown.  Throughout our entire organization, dedicated and fully-trained staff work in support of developing the young people of our community.

Each member of our highly respected team is encouraged to advance professionally in their respective arena of influence.  Guidance is provided through orientations, monthly in-service trainings, and direct peer-to-peer mentoring/coaching.  Competitive compensation and/or benefits are provided to full and part-time staff.

All candidates are responsible for implementing the 5 key elements of positive youth development: fun, safety, recognition, opportunities and expectations and supportive relationships in their daily interactions with youth.  Must serve as a positive role model to all youth.

To be a part of our successful organization, please see job postings below and submit your application either in person, or emailed to Jill Comes, Director of Human Resources at comesj@bgcofwatertown.com

For more information please contact Jill Comes at 605-886-6666

The Boys & Girls Club of Watertown is an equal opportunity employer.

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Full Time Positions

Part Time Positions

After-School Youth Development Professional

  • Commitment to child safety; to include adequate supervision of children, as well as providing a safe and welcoming environment.
  • Must serve as a mentor and role model to all youth.
  • Actively be engaged in the hourly activity/impact program occurring in the space you are working in while effectively supervising the full space.
  • Show passion for your job and in the programs, you are running.
  • Provide guidance to our youth.
  • Youth Development Professionals must have strong leadership skills and must be able to collaborate with staff, school, parents and members of the community.
  • Hours will be Monday – Friday from 3:00 pm – 6:30 pm, with additional hours of early dismissal and no school days.
  • Candidates with strong leadership skills and experience with youth may be considered for a supervisory role.

Youth Development Professionals will be responsible for implementing the 5 key elements of positive youth development: fun, safety, recognition, opportunities, expectations and supportive relationships in their daily interactions with youth.

High School Diploma and experience working with youth is required.

To apply, please contact Jill Comes at comesj@bgcofwatertown.com or call (605)886-6666 for an application. An application is available below to complete online.