Alachua County Director
alachua
Position Summary

The Alachua County Program Director has responsibility for the development and program operations of the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Tampa Bay program in Alachua County. The Alachua County Program Director functions as a Big Brothers Big Sisters project manager, actively involved in community organizations and with school partners and working directly with volunteers, children, and families for the purpose of creating, supporting, and sustaining high volume, high quality Big Little matches.

OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Assist with the planning and development of all phases of program operations in Alachua county.
• Build and maintain partnerships with Alachua County Public Schools and youth-serving organizations to recruit children to match with volunteers.
• Attend events or meetings to build partnerships to recruit volunteers and children for BBBSTB Program in Alachua county.
• Assist in developing an Alachua County Leadership Council.
• Assist with public relations opportunities, including social media, in cooperation with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Tampa Bay staff.
• Interview volunteer applicants, write assessments and recommendations, and provide documentation in BBBS database.
• Conduct trainings/orientations for volunteers.
• Interview child applicants at schools/sites, write assessments and recommendations, and provide documentation in BBBS database.
• Interview parent/child applicants at home or other approved locations and provide parent/child orientation, writing assessment, and recommendations.
• Conduct client reassessments/updates with children and volunteers as required/needed.
• Conduct background screenings for volunteers and complete references for volunteers as needed.
• All Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications Summary

• Bachelor’s Degree in Human Services or related field required.
• Knowledge and experience working within Alachua county.
• The candidate must have three years of experience, preferably in the nonprofit sector.
• Interpersonal communication skills and public speaking experience.
• Demonstrated technology skills will be expected to include Microsoft Office software and database management.

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RSVP Program Coordinator (The Villages)
sumter
Position Summary

The RSVP Program Coordinator has the responsibility for the development and program operations of the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS) program policy guidelines and has full-time responsibility for the development and operation of the Retired and Senior Volunteer Programs; in coordination with the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Tampa Bay program and Senior Program Advisory Council. The RSVP Program Coordinator functions as a Big Brothers Big Sisters project manager, actively involved in community organizations and with school partners and working directly with volunteers, children, and families for the purpose of creating, supporting, and sustaining high volume, high quality Big Little matches.

Other responsibilities include but not limited to: Plan and help develop all phases of BBBTB RSVP Program; Build and maintain partnerships with the Sumter County School District and youth-serving organization to recruit children to match with volunteers; Attend community meetings or fairs/events to recruit children; Interview child applicants at schools/sites, write assessment and recommendations; and Interview parent/child applicants at home or other approved locations.

Qualifications Summary

• Bachelor’s Degree in Human Services or related field required. Training and/or experience working with those over 55 years of age preferred.
• Knowledge and experience working within Sumter County;
• The candidate must have three years of experience, preferably in the nonprofit sector or working with children
• Interpersonal communications skills
• Demonstrated technology skills will be expected to include Microsoft Office software and database management.

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Equal Employment Opportunity   

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Tampa Bay provides equal employment opportunities to all qualified individuals without regard to race, creed, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, marital status, veteran status, sexual orientation, disability, or any other characteristic protected by state, federal, or local law.

In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, it is our policy to provide reasonable accommodation upon request to eligible applicants in order that they may be given a full and fair opportunity to be considered for employment.

BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS OF TAMPA BAY IS PROUD TO OFFER MANY BENEFITS INCLUDING: 
  • 81% Employer paid based medical plan with option for buy-up plans*. *Subject to change with annual open enrollment.
  • 60% Employer paid based dental plan*. *Subject to change with annual open enrollment.
  • 100% Employer-paid Life Insurance
  • 100% Employer-paid Short-Term Disability
  • Competitive Open Access Plus Medical Plans
  • HSA (Health Savings Account) – High Deductible Plan
  • Domestic Partner coverage for all insurance plans
  • 401(K) and IRA Retirement Plan options
  • Generous Paid Time Off (PTO) Plan with Flexible Holidays!
  • Employer pays one-hour of community/volunteer service per week
  • Voluntary Benefit Programs including Vision, Long Term Disability, Life Insurance (spouse and or dependent children), Accident, Cancer, and Critical Illness
  • EAP – Employee Assistance Program
  • FMLA
COVID-19 Safety Measures for Employees

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Tampa Bay has implemented Safety infection control measures that follow social distancing and enhanced cleaning protocols to protect our employees in the workplace.

Steps in place to reduce employee’s risk of exposure to COVID-19 virus:

  • Frequent and thorough hand washing
  • Limit number of employees in the office
  • Employees must stay at home if they are sick
  • Discourage employees from using other employee’s desks and or equipment
  • Maintain 6 feet social distancing
  • Use disinfectant wipes on anything a person touches in the office
  • All employees and visitors must wear a face mask