Employment Opportunities

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Southern Rensselaer County is an equal opportunity employer.


Currently there are no administrative positions open.


The following program positions are available on a seasonal, as-needed basis. For more information about current openings and position requirements, please contact us directly.


Youth Development Professional – Conducts activities with children within a specific program area, such as Education, Social Recreation, Arts & Crafts, Physical Education, and Child Care. Responsible for overseeing the delivery of a broad range of activities and programs within a designated age group of children. Assist in the planning, development, oversight, implementation and supervision of programs and activities. 


Youth Development Program Specialist – Responsible for overseeing the delivery of a specific of program within a designated core area, such as The CLUB Teen Program, Education & Career Development, Character & Leadership Development, Sports, Fitness & Recreation, The Arts, and Health & Life Skills. Plan, develop, oversee implementation and supervision of programs and program activities. Specific programs might include Visual, Digital and Performing Arts; Keystone Club; Career Prep; SMART Moves; and Passport to Manhood. 


Camp Health Director – Directs/manages overall daily health related issues of Camp Adventure with the primary concern for first aid and medical services and sanitation policies and procedures as specified in the camp’s approved safety plan.

Food Service Director – Directs/manages overall daily food and nutrition related issues of the organization with the primary concern for administering the daily snacks, lunches and/or suppers and the completion and submission of related reporting both internally and externally. 

Waterfront Director – Under the direct supervision of the Camp Director, the Waterfront Director is responsible for planning, organizing, implementing, and promoting a multifaceted aquatics program, supervising and directing all waterfront staff, and maintaining the waterfront area, equipment, teaching aids and supplies in a safe and readily available condition. 

Progressive Swimming Instructor – Under the direct supervision of the Waterfront Director, and/or the Camp Director, the Progressive Swimming Instructor is responsible assessing the swimming ability of each camper and for teaching swimming lessons to campers under the regulations of the American Red Cross Learn to Swim Program. 

Lifeguard – Under the direct supervision of the Waterfront Director, the Lifeguards are responsible for organizing, promoting, and maintaining a safe and healthy aquatics area. Lifeguards are responsible for monitoring the swim area and offering assistance and rescue procedures for swimmers in distress. They also assist the Progressive Swimming Instructors in offering swimming lessons to campers.