The Youth Program Manager is responsible for the overall operational management and vision of Tahoe Mountain Club’s Youth Program. This includes the development and delivery of a program consistent with the Club’s mission, philosophy and goals, overseeing the program’s operations and assuring adherence to policy and procedure. The Youth Program Manager works in collaboration with the Director of Operations to ensure robust programming, educational value and innovation that meet the new generations of participants and families. The program’s offerings are focused on the whole of the child, by providing enriching experiences focused around the development of the child through all phases of life from infancy to teenage years. Emphasis includes sensory, fine motor, gross motor, environmental experiences and cultural values that drive and support connection and development.
- Articulates, advocates and manifests the program’s vision and mission in collaboration with the Programming, Membership, and Operations Teams.
- Providing the Club community with educational, recreational, and leadership programming,
- Ensures the program conducts all offerings and operations in a manner congruent with applicable local, state and federal statutes.
- Develops and administers the departmental budget in coordination with Director of Operations. Makes budget recommendations for short and long-term planning needs.
- Creates a curriculum that promotes children’s social, cognitive, and emotional development, and strengthens their self-esteem, confidence, and independence.
- Builds relationships with parents and promotes a positive image of the Youth Program in the Community.
- Associates or Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in child development, education, recreation or 5 or more years of experience in a related field
- Significant experience in:
- Programming and planning
- Child Education
- Knowledge of:
- Learning and behavior patterns of children
- Childhood Development practices, strategies and trends
- Diverse cultural communities and backgrounds
- Applicable federal and state regulations
- Strong interpersonal and communication skills that facilitate work with participant, family members of all ages, crew members, and other constituencies of the Club community
- Enjoys being an active team member with a “hands-on” approach
- Strives to continually build knowledge/skills and share expertise with others.
Tahoe Mountain Club is an equal opportunity employer. Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, protected veteran status or any other status protected by applicable law.