Company Description: The Becket-Chimney Corners YMCA is an independent YMCA located on 1500 acres in the beautiful Berkshires of Western MA close to nationally renowned cultural and historic attractions such as Jacob’s Pillow and Tanglewood. Chimney Corners Camp, Camp Becket and the Travel and Service Program, Becket Day Camp and the Berkshire Outdoor Center are the five primary program focuses for the Becket-Chimney Corners YMCA.
Camp Becket for boys and Chimney Corners Camp for girls are traditional resident camps with rich traditions and commitment to character development. Program offerings are in aquatics, athletics, theater, dance, creative arts, horseback riding, service learning, adventure trips, team building and high ropes. Our Travel & Service Programs offer a unique life experience to teens and our Berkshire Outdoor Center offers a wide-range of year-round programs for individuals, families and groups.
We are conveniently located off Route 8 past Jacobs Pillow; 15 minutes from center of Lee.
Additional Business Name: Becket-Chimney Corners YMCA
Chief Operations Officer
About Becket-Chimney Corners YMCA
As an independent YMCA Camp and Conference Center, Becket-Chimney Corners YMCA (BCCYMCA) is unique in that it offers a four-week rustic residential camp experience. Camp Becket was established as a boys’ camp in 1903. Henry and Ina Gibson, early Directors at Camp Becket, helped to establish Chimney Corners Camp for girls in 1931, which operated as a private camp until its acquisition in 1972. BCCYMCA also operates Travel and Service Programs that offer teens an opportunity to experience new cultures and engage in community service internationally and domestically. BCCYMCA’s Outdoor Center offers year-round outdoor experiential learning programs for colleges, schools, youth and adult groups. Through their programming, BCCYMCA strives to create a supportive and inclusive environment that encourages character development and confidence building.
Develops operational policies and practices for each department and departmental function including, but not limited to:
Property and Facilities Management comprised of over 140 buildings on 1400+ acres, including a Wastewater Treatment Facility, Solar, two dining halls that serve over 500 people, historic buildings, two lakes, and fleet vehicles
Food Service delivery to over 12,000 individuals during the year (up to 500 people per meal at peak times)
Technology strategy, security and integration
Others which may also include: Business Operations, Communications, Data Management, Health Services
Effectively manages the risks inherent in each operation in compliance with all laws, regulations, and ACA and YUSA standards.
Coordinates the priorities of staffing, customer service and program delivery, and develops and maintains a program of Quality Management within each department with the goal of continuously improving guest experience.
Prepares, monitors, and meets the annual operating budget ensuring contingency planning and corrective actions are in place as appropriate and needed.
Coordinates with Program Executives to establish priorities and quality standards; effectively measures and manages services to meet/exceed these standards.
Leads Shared Services and Support departments in meeting priorities set by strategic plan.
Hires, trains, manages, and motivates department leaders.
Works closely with Board of Trustees regarding operational risk matters of importance as needed; serves as Staff Liaison to Board Facilities Committee.
Works closely with CFO on matters including insurance and annual budget cycle and quarterly financial reviews.
Works collaboratively with leadership team to achieve accreditation and licensing standards and financial and compliance audits.
Assists CEO in other assigned duties and projects.
Attends YMCA and other professional organization training and networking events to remain professionally informed and motivated.
10+ years of senior level nonprofit management experience with proven success building and growing an organization.
Demonstrated executive leadership skills.
Experience with staff recruitment, selection, supervision, and training.
Experience within a resident camp/outdoor education setting or with a similar nonprofit organization.
Demonstrated proficiency in large scale project management, oversight of facilities/property management, and food service.
Proven technology and budget management experience.
Outstanding interpersonal skills, including team and relationship building.
Experience effectively communicating both verbally and in writing with various levels of staff, Board and regulatory officials.
A demonstrated interest in cultivating relationships with peers within the community and within the YMCA.
Proven commitment to excellence, effective teamwork, and a discipline for organizing and attending to details in a timely manner.
Ability to effectively delegate responsibilities to others and to support them in their endeavors.
Awareness of current and emerging issues that affect legal, social, health and safety, management, and human development aspects of the organization.
Patience, creativity, flexibility, tact, agility, perseverance, commitment to YMCA values, and a positive and caring attitude.
For more information about Becket-Chimney Corners YMCA, please visit www.bccymca.org
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