Website BBYO Greater Jersey Region
More Jewish Teens, more Jewish Teen experiences.
Time Commitment: 5-15 hours a week (will vary), some nights and weekends required.
Pay: $15.15 – $17/hr
When: Jan 2024
What you will do as a specialist focused on the BBYO chapter experience
As an integral part of our team, you will work closely with chapters nationwide to enhance their programming, engagement, and overall impact. This position offers a unique opportunity to develop leadership skills, cultivate relationships with diverse communities, and contribute to the growth and success of BBYO chapters.
Work directly with teens (grades 8-12) to create impactful, fun, and dynamic programming.
Coach teens on how to run their chapters.
Be present at chapter events and meetings.
Support teens in building out chapter calendars.
Create high quality programs with the teens.
Keep chapters up to date on movement initiatives.
Work with teens to attract and retain members to build and grow chapters.
Oversee Chapter attendance data, including Chapter event registration forms.
Work alongside colleagues to bring new, innovative, and fun ideas to the community.
Facilitate effective communication amongst chapters and with parents or other relevant community members.
Provide ad hoc administrative support with new membership, event registrations, attendance, and other online forms.
Meet monthly with for professional development.
Other duties as assigned.
As a BBYO Chapter Excellence Support Specialist, you will develop:
Leadership Development: Take charge of meetings and events, refining your ability to guide and inspire peers toward shared goals.
Event Management: Plan and execute engaging programs, enhancing your organizational and logistical skills while creating memorable experiences.
Effective Communication: Hone your interpersonal skills by interacting with members, advisors, and collaborators, fostering strong relationships within the community.
Collaborative Teamwork: Work closely with fellow staff and advisors to achieve collective objectives, mastering the art of successful collaboration.
Problem-Solving Acumen: Navigate challenges creatively as you identify solutions during event planning and chapter activities, boosting your critical thinking and adaptability.
Must be at least 3 years removed from high school.
Must live in the region or within close driving distance- this is not a remote position.
The number of hours worked per week is flexible, but at minimum 5 hours per week.
A creative and responsible self-starter who is comfortable with both taking initiative and working in collaboration with teens.
A background in BBYO or similar youth/Jewish organization is preferred but not required.
Detail-oriented with excellent written and verbal communication skills
Transport self to and from chapter or regional events.
Unrestricted authorization to work in the U.S. without holding a visa or sponsorship.
To perform this job successfully, the individual must be able to perform each essential duty/function with or without reasonable accommodation in accordance with applicable law.
To apply for this job please visit bbyo.org.