Want to work at Grenville Baker?

We Have Job Openings!

Grenville Baker has been a vital part of the North Shore community for the past seventy one years. We are proud to serve over 150 children a day with programs that provide opportunities to develop skills for a successful transition from childhood through adolescence and into adulthood.

If you are an energetic individual that enjoys working with children in a fun and lively setting, please consider these positions.

Please email your resume to Shirley Durkin-Freni, Human Resource Specialist, at shirley.durkin@gbbgc.org

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Open Positions

MEMBERSHIP SERVICES ASSISTANT

Monday & Wednesday 3-7pm

We are looking for an outgoing friendly individual to represent our Club with professional customer service at the Front Desk. This person will register participants, oversee membership check-in/check-out and answer phone inquiries. Experience with database entry, handling money and busy phone work is ideal.

Please contact:  Shirley.Durkin@gbbgc.org

YOUTH DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANTS:

Part-Time: Monday – Friday 3pm – 7:00 pm through June 23, 2023

Do you like working with kids and have a desire to inspire?

Seeking energetic person to provide a safe and nurturing environment for children in grades K-5 who will assist with homework, art projects and engage children in recreational activities.  YDA ensures safety and supervision of children at all times by meeting physical demands of the position.  Also, maintains positive relationships with families and youth.

Please contact:  Shirley.Durkin@gbbgc.org

Basketball Assistants

Saturdays 9am – 5pm January 7 through April 1, 2023

We attract 100-200 children each season to learn and enhance their basketball skills in a fun and supportive setting. We are looking for assistants to work alongside coaches and facilitate the instruction of basketball skills to children grades 1-12.

If you know basketball and could convey good sportsmanship, we are interested in meeting with you!

Please contact:  Shirley.Durkin@gbbgc.org

YOUTH DEVELOPMENT COORDINATORS (Grades K-5)

Part-Time: Monday – Friday 3pm – 7pm through June 23, 2023

Do you like working with kids and have a desire to inspire?

The YDC will coordinate the activities of the week and provide mentorship to YDAs.   Start of schedule involves ‘Power Hour’ homework help, and light recreational activities until 5pm.  Balance of the day with bring children through different activity segments throughout the Club. Seeking energetic and nurturing candidate with related college course work in Early Childhood Education, and direct experience working with groups of children in camp/school settings.

Please contact:  Shirley.Durkin@gbbgc.org

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YOUTH DEVELOPMENT ART COORDINATOR (Grades K-5)

Part-Time: Monday – Friday 3pm – 7pm through June 23, 2023

This position will oversee the delivery of a broad range of art programs within the Club to include fine arts (drawing, painting, printmaking, collage, sculpture, mixed media), arts & crafts and theatrical arts to members in grades K-12.

Seeking creative, organized, Fine Arts major and/or Teaching Arts major. Experience working with children in group setting desired.

Please contact:  Shirley.Durkin@gbbgc.org

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TECHNOLOGY COORDINATOR - STEM PROGRAMS

Monday – Friday 2:30pm  – 8:00pm (2 positions: Teens grade 6-12)

This position is a perfect fit for someone looking to work with youth in a science, technology, engineering & mathematics education setting.  Successful applicant will have experience with STEM focused programs:  Lego Robotics, Girls Who Code, Digital Arts, and Graphic Design.

Technology Coordinator must have an outgoing and patient personality when working with members. Your creativity, energy and smiles will unlock the potential in our members to explore STEM in a fun, interactive setting.

Skills Required:

  • College course work in technical related field
  • Technical experience through related coursework to convey program materials, maintain software and attend to minor technical issues
  • Proficiency with MS Office Suite and other software that could enhance the Technology Center.
  • Demonstrated ability & interest in developing youth.

Please contact:  Shirley.Durkin@gbbgc.org