Are you a talented and passionate human capital leader whose core mission is to support the people who make programs great? Are you a people champion who understands that great human capital drives impact? Are you a strategic thinker who enjoys solving complex challenges? Do you enjoy supporting efficient and effective operations and IT? Are you inspired to provide opportunities for low-income youth? If so, the Vice President, Human Capital & Operations position at the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Peninsula could be for you!
What will I do?
As Vice President, Human Capital & Operations, you will lead the creation of the vision and strategy around recruiting, retaining, and developing our staff. You will implement and manage high-quality human capital services to ensure the growth of BGCP’s capabilities and attainment of organizational goals. You will also oversee the Operations (e.g., facilities, transportation) and IT functions. You will report directly to the CEO and be part of the executive leadership team. You will supervise a team of eight staff: two HR generalists, a recruiter, two volunteer coordinators, one head of operations, and two IT staff.
Culture, Compensation & Training
Employee Relations & Benefits Administration
Operations & IT
What qualifications should I have?
Salary & benefits
What is the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Peninsula?
BGCP provides expanded learning time programs to 2,500 low-income K - 12 students in East Palo Alto, Menlo Park, and Redwood City. We have evolved significantly in recent years in response to our youth’s changing needs. When BGCP was founded in 1958, its focus was to keep young people safe and out of trouble. In 2019, safety, while still necessary, is no longer sufficient. Our students need post-secondary education or training to secure living wage employment. Therefore, we have evolved our mission to focus on school success. In addition to providing our students with the safe place, positive relationships, and sense of belonging that all children need, we are helping them develop the academic and life skills they need to succeed in school. Our programs, tightly integrated with the schools, are an extension of the learning day.
Our budget has grown to $14 million and we employ 200 staff – 70 full-time and 130 part-time – across three clubhouses and nine school sites. Our ability to positively impact our students is wholly dependent upon our ability to recruit and retain highly qualified staff, which has become increasingly difficult in our expensive and highly competitive job market. We need leadership to ensure our Human Capital, Operations and IT functions are scaling with our increasing program demands.
While BGCP is affiliated with Boys & Girls Clubs of America, we are an independent 501(c)(3) organization with our own Board of Directors and responsible for our own programs and funding.