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JOB DESCRIPTIONS FOR GO A CHARITABLE NONPROFIT

**Job Descriptions; Board, Youth Adviser Director (YAD), Youth Adviser (YA), Explorer, Member, Fish at pool only; parent/ Volunteer

 

Great Opportunities’ chain of command Board of Directors, YAD, YA and, Explorer. Discipline administer by YAD and on site C.O.F.

 

 

Board  Members:  Guide and keep Great Opportunities on it mission. Openly support GO by helping develop a strong donor base, attract dynamic and resourceful people to volunteer. Develop and select new board member. Attend all 4 board meetings, Donate time & money to G.O. Attend one even a year. If board member is directly involved with the children will submit to back ground check with D.O.J.

Youth Adviser Director YAD. Computer skills needed. Certified in Red Cross LG, First Aid, CPR  and  will submit to back ground check with D.O.J., if over 17 year of age. Take classes suggested by the board of directors. Attend and  help plan events Set up and run the sign ups for swimming and beach program. Set up roll sheets for swimming classes and beach trips. Take a daily master roll call , attend board meeting, Teach Swimming,  .  Manage YAs and Explorers and explain their Daily duties.  Know and administer code of conduct and mentor to all groups. Administer Discipline after discussion with the C.O.F.

Youth Adviser YA: Age must 16 years old. Hold certified Red Cross LG, First Aid, CPR certified  Bully Buster Training,Professionalism Training, Google Drive Training and Teaching Swimming Training. . Will submit to a back ground check with D.O.J. if over 17. Take courses requested by the board. Be focus on protecting and keep group safe while program or event is in session, teach safety first. Always life guard when on pool decks and at any body of water. Teach and show children how to properly use equipment safely. Supervise and mentor to explorers, members and fish. Lecture once a summer to the beach group . Assist explorers and members with projects and with writing, thank you letters.  Load and unload equipment from vans. Follow duties lay out by YAD. Attend and help at events. Know and administer code of conduct and mentor to all groups. Comply to uniform code ( GO red program shirt, navy blue shorts or trunks, First Aid kit, CPR mask and swim fins)

Explorer:  Maximum stipend is base on participation and review. Explorer must have graduated sixth grade. Has participated for one season in Great Opportunities.  Become certified in First Aid, CPR, Bully Buster Training, Professionalism Training, Google Drive Training and Teaching Swimming Training. Plus any course requested by the Board. At end of training a exit interview will be conducted. Attend all GO events.  Assist YAs at their request. Take roll at swim classes. Administer study courses on pool deck. Know and administer code of conduct and be a positive mentor to all groups. Comply with uniform code (GO red program shirt, navy blue shorts or trunks), Explore shall collect YA other equipment for future advancement.

Member: Must be registered in Great Opportunities. Must be enrolled in swimming and travel on field trips by invitation. Know the code of conduct. Attend all events. Comply with dress code, program shirt and navy blue trunks or shorts.

Fish: must be registered in Great Opportunities. Know Code of conduct. Attend swim class.  Comply with dress code. Swim student must be able to participate at a level required to learn to swim.

Volunteer: Will know what our mission is and will help Great Opportunities achieve these goals. If  volunteer is directly involved with the children, they will submit to back ground check with D.O.J. Beware of the code of conduct and rules

 

Parent: On the  pool deck the parent shall not interfere with classes. Must be in control of their other children at all times. Obey pool rules. Follow instruction of of senior instructor. On field trips parent is there by invitation only of the YAD or C.O.F. If  another child accompanied the parent, it is the responsibility of the parent to maintain control of the child. Beware of the code of conduct and rulues.