YMCA-alkalmazotti értékelés itt: Chula Vista, CA
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Working in Member Services was mostly rewarding, the members make it worthwhile. You get to interact with people from all walks of life and they're usually grateful for the Y. The organization is a bit too top heavy in my opinion, i wish the non-exempt employees would be valued more.
Ymca just basically hires high schoolers and a lot of the coworkers are childish. Supervisors are usually young and need more training. I don’t recommend working here for how stressful it is basically babysitting 20-25 kids
Pay, poor management
Whatever role you have within the YMCA you have the opportunity to make an impact on those serviced. In my specific department, Expanded Learning Programs it was a family for sure. I loved the Leadership team I got to work with everyday and what we did on a daily basis. If you find an opportunity to do what you enjoy, you will love working with the Y!
The actual job is easy and fun. Being able to advance is not very easy. You get to build relationships with families and make a difference in the lives of these young kids, but the pay and work hours are laughable.
A typical day at work was always different. You were always kept on your toes but it was fun and exciting. I looked forward to going to work every day because there was always something to look forward to. I learned a lot, and I went in knowing absolutely nothing.
I learned a lot from the YMCA and it was fun while it lasted, but I decided to leave because of the low ceiling or positions and all the countless "required" meetings that just seemed to repeat themselves and try to wring out every last cent from the employee to "give back to the community", instead of using that money to pay employees better and keep employees happy. daily work life was comfortable, but there was always a threat to get "written up" for things that seemed out of your control. I gained a lot of patience with the YMCA and it was fun while it lasted.
fun environment, meet great personalities
bad pay, no benefits, no vacation hours, countless meetings that seemed unnecessary
For a typical day at work, I would walk the floors and rooms of the gym area to make sure all the safey guidelines were being met as well as making sure members were safe.Some days i would sub for a group exercise class if needed, or train a client at the end of a floor shift. The most enjoyable part of the job was seeing returning members an how each day they would get closer and closer to their individual health goals.
My experience at the YMCA was overall positive but there were plenty of struggles as well. To begin, working a split shift yet not having the time to properly prep in the hours allotted was a constant frustration for myself and many other of my fellow site supervisors. I learned though, how to be a better coach and guide for my staff. I learned how to teach them by setting expectations and holding my staff accountable to them. The culture was generally positive and fun as we worked with kids and needed to know how to have fun if they were to have fun with us. The most difficult aspect of this job was balancing work and life. My life took a back to seat to the ever-growing number of responsibilities given us through state sponsored grants. It was overwhelming at times. While it was overwhelming at points, it was a job that was always fulfilling. This fulfillment was the most enjoyable aspect as we truly got what we put in. If you were a supervisor that invested into your program and the staff and kids within, you would witness their growth and maturation. This experience is truly indescribable.
Fun environment with lots of good people.
Adding of more and more responsibilities with little to balance with previous expectations.
i really enjoy working in this company, it allows you to grow and expand in you job field.My coworkers are very energetic and fun. The hardest part of my job is sometimes the the kids would talk back i would not know how to respond back, being consistent in the job field is extremely important. but overall its a great company to work for.