Vice President of Child Care - YMCA of Greater Indianapolis
- 15-Mar-2021 to 14-Apr-2021
- - YMCA of Greater Indianapolis
- Indianapolis, IN, USA
- $96,906.34 - $109,019.63
- Full Time
There has never been a better time to join the YMCA of Greater Indianapolis! One of the leading YMCA's in the country, our employees enjoy a diverse & inclusive environment and the opportunity to do cause-driven work to impact our communities through Youth Development, Healthy Living & Social Responsibility. If you are interested and have the skills and desire to make a difference, please continue by completing our online application. Thank you for your interest in our Y!
Under the direction of the Group Vice President – Strategy and Innovation and with guidance from the Youth Development Center Advisory Board, the Vice President of Child Care is responsible for providing leadership in the development and administration of Association-wide YMCA programs for Youth Development (Before and After School Care, Day Camp, Family Programs, and Early Learning Initiatives) and the supervision of exempt employees, and designated non-exempt full-time and part-time employees.
This involves all aspects of building and developing an outstanding staff team, establishing YMCA youth programming as an integral force in the local community, delivery of service, increasing enrollment, managing within a budget, improving operating performance and achieving or exceeding quality objectives and maintaining standards of safety.
This position requires a BA/BS degree (or its equivalent in experience) in a related field, recognition as a YMCA Multi-Team or Organizational Leader or equivalent, a minimum of 5-7 years successful, professional and administrative experience with the YMCA or a similar organization, and an understanding of the philosophy and nature of the YMCA. Because of the scope and diversity of responsibilities, the successful candidate should have highly developed emotional intelligence, good judgment and sound human relationship skills. Experience in managing and developing staff, volunteers and community partners is essential. A proven track record of successful marketing, program innovation, managing collaborative partnerships, and financial development is also required.
The VP of Child Care is accountable to the Group Vice President – Strategy and Innovation for achieving mutually accepted performance goals within the strategic and annual plans and adhering to and administering policies, practices, and procedures established by the CEO and Association Board of Directors.
The VP of Child Care is responsible for management and administration of all aspects of program operations for BAS, Day Camp, Family Programs and Early Learning Initiatives. Those aspects include talent management, training and supervision of staff; operation of facilities and program sites; development and implementation of plans to deepen program and member involvement; management of fiscal affairs; establishment of good community relations; selection and utilization of a strong volunteer structure; and establishment and implementation of Association and center strategic and annual plans.
EFFECT ON END RESULT
The Child Care VP is responsible for the overall success of the center and related operating units by focusing on the YMCA mission and positioning the center as a necessary and vital asset in its service area. Therefore, successful fulfillment of this position will be measured by:
1. A strong mission-driven center operation with a clear commitment to character development and the four core values of caring, honesty, respect, and responsibility.
2. The development and implementation of a comprehensive plan to continually deepen the involvement of members and program participants.
3. Achievement of high ratings of member and program participant/parent satisfaction.
4. The development of a strong and diverse team of volunteers and staff which reflects the demographics of the community.
5. Achievement of center operating objectives in support of Association goals.
6. Continued growth of the budget, membership, and program enrollment.
7. Achievement of Annual Campaign and World Service goals.
Our purpose is to practice inclusion by valuing the diversity of all people within our association and the communities we serve. We do so by helping our YMCA increase and support the cultural competence of staff, members, volunteers and the various publics we serve. Diversity is the mosaic of people who bring a variety of backgrounds, styles, perspectives, beliefs, and competencies as assets to the YMCA.
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