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The most valuable asset any organization has is human capital. We’re only able to do such good work in the community because of how good our people are. In other words, the quality of our Club services is directly linked to the quality of our people. We take that to heart! At the Boys & Girls Clubs of Skagit County, we strive to maintain a positive work environment, and to inspire personal achievement consistent with our organizational objectives.

Do you have a passion for working with children or teens? Do you want to make a positive impact in your community? If your answer is yes, join our team at the Boys & Girls Club of Skagit County and make a difference where it counts.

While there are many opportunities to learn and grow within our organization and beyond, one of our main areas of focus is to promote “fun” by building it into every lesson and activity for Club Members. By doing so,  it also helps our Staff keep “fun,” as a vital part of the team culture here at the Boys & Girls Clubs of Skagit County.

We offer competitive benefits packages, leadership programs, and focused training. Just like a Club member who attends our Clubhouse for the first time, new staff quickly realize that opportunities abound.

 

Check out all of our Part-Time positions!

Youth Development Professional – Mount Baker Club – Starting at $19.00 to $20.06

Academic Coach – Mount Baker or MVHS Site – $20.00 to $21.12

Youth Development Professional – Concrete Club – Starting at $19.00 to $20.06

Check out all of our Full-Time positions!

Behavioral & Mental Health Support Specialist – Mission Support – $21.50 to $24.83

Assistant Site Coordinator – Lucille Umbarger – $21.00 to $22.60

AIM Coordinator – Concrete Club –$20.50 to $21.64

Teen Coordinator – Sedro-Woolley Club – $20.50 – $21.64

Assistant Site Coordinator – Mount Baker Club – $21.00 – $22.60

Director of Marketing – Mission Support Center – $27.00 – $29.06

Receive a $2.00 increase for YDP position in Concrete. Receive up to $1.25 increase if bi-lingual/literate.
 

About the Organization

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Skagit County was founded in 1997 and is made up of eight Clubs – in Anacortes,  Burlington, Concrete, Mount Vernon, and Sedro-Woolley. Current membership for the organization is approximately 1,600 kids annually – with a daily attendance of 500. The organization has grown rapidly in recent history, from a budget of $950,000 in 2014, to $3.4 million in 2021. This growth is in response to needs in our community, and the confidence of stakeholders in the Boys & Girls Clubs of Skagit County to serve kids and teens effectively, and efficiently. We are committed to a continuous quality improvement cycle in all elements of our operations, and strive to be innovative and solutions-focused when working with partner corporations, agencies, and other community-based organizations.

Exciting upcoming initiatives include the installation of a solar panel array at our Sedro-Woolley Clubhouse, breaking ground and preparing to serve Preschool to Grade 2 students in a conceptual “Discovery Center” model of licensed childcare in Anacortes in partnership with the Anacortes Family Center and their new affordable housing project, and the initial stages to identify the need for childcare and potential facility options for a second “Discovery Center” in Sedro-Woolley. To assist Club Members and our community through impact, the Boys & Girls Clubs of Skagit County launched the Club Mentor program in fall of 2021 and has brought in such a success thus far in having key role models from our community, teach our youth in certain areas of interest to the Club Mentor.

About the Local Area
 
The organization is headquartered in Mount Vernon, and our administrative office currently houses the nine members of the Mission Support Team. The total Skagit County population is approximately 120,000 – and the County is positioned nearly equidistant between Seattle, WA, and Vancouver, BC. With just about an hour of drive time to either, the County is positioned well for enjoying the Cultural benefits each provides, without the living expense or regular traffic present in a metropolitan area. The community is attractive to those interested in enjoying the Puget Sound, San Juan Islands, and the mountains of Washington State. Skagit County is home to the nationally recognized annual Tulip Festival held in April that brings spectators in from all over the world.

 

Benefits:

        • 10 paid Operational Closure Days
        • 2 paid Self-Selected Days of Importance
        • Generous Vacation Leave
        • Generous Sick & Safe Leave
        • Employer-paid Family Leave (Washington Paid Family Leave Act)
        • Employer-paid Bereavement Leave
        • Employer-paid Jury Leave
        • 401k Employer Matching
        • Employer-paid training and career development counseling opportunities

Full-time team members are also eligible for:

        • Medical Insurance with the employee paying a partial premium contribution depending on the selected plan
        • Dental/Vision Enrollment
        • Employer-paid Life Insurance Plan
        • Employer-paid Long-Term Disability
        • 4 Personal Days for employees classified as Salaried, Exempt

All Boys & Girls Clubs of Skagit County employees must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19.