Let's face it: You have a choice to make, one that will define your future. So, at what volumes do you want your career to speak?
What if it said you're helping to build a better future, not only for yourself, but for kids, families and your community? Or, how you're a vital part of a team that thrives in a values-based environment? Or, that you're happy because you made a decision that fits you best?
At the YMCA, all of this can be achieved. Our staff members are carefully selected based on their interests, experiences and enthusiasm.
Applying is Easy!
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Current Job Openings
Infant Childcare Supervisor: 35-40 hours/week. Degree in Early Childhood or Education required. Experience with infants preferred.
Customer Service Representative: Weekend hours. Qualifications: High school diploma, at least 1 year experience in Customer Service and proficient with Microsoft Office programs.
Summer Swim Team Coach: Part-time. Qualifications: High school diploma, experience coaching young athletes, preferably swimming and/or have experience as a competitive swimmer.
Potential Employment Opportunities
You'll have the opportunity to put your imagination and creativity to work in an environment built around teamwork and community. You'll apply your experience, knowledge and abilities and discover new talents within yourself as you make a real difference in the lives of those around you. The YMCA offers part-time career opportunities in a variety of disciplines which include:
- Child Development
- Summer Camp
The YMCA provides a values-based environment where caring, honesty, respect and responsibility are incorporated into everything we do. The atmosphere is fun, the facilities are safe and clean and the work is rewarding.
Long before the phrase cultural diversity was used, YMCAs were hard at work creating an atmosphere where individuals could come together. And today our vision is that the YMCA movement will be known for practicing inclusion by valuing the diversity of all people within the associations and the communities it serves. Through training and counsel, YMCAs increase and support the cultural competence of their staff professionals, volunteers and members.
Diversity is the mosaic of people who bring a variety of backgrounds, styles, perspectives, beliefs and competencies as assets to the YMCA. By practicing inclusion, Ys not only address social trends and remain relevant to their communities, but also remain true to the YMCA mission, goals and values.
During its more than 150 years in the United States, the YMCA has responded consistently and successfully to the demands of a constantly changing society.
For employment, please fax a cover letter and resume to our Human Resources Director at (814) 695-5748 or e-mail a cover letter and resume to Laurie Smith - firstname.lastname@example.org