YMCA-alkalmazotti értékelés itt: Estes Park, CO
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Great place to work with great people. You will meet coworkers from around the world. There are many different places to work in food service which can provide for variety and a break from being bored in your position. Low pay for the work you do. The management is supportive of the employees and well organized. They really care about you and the work you do!
Great place to work
Low pay for hard work
worked here fulltime seasonally living and working on site. My duties included making beds, cleaning toilets, sinks, showers, vacuuming carpets, dusting, washing windows; emptying trash, sweeping, mopping floors, cleaning refrigerators, ovens and cleaning fireplaces. I alternated between cleaning large family reunion cabins, 2-bedroom cabins and lodge rooms.
Good job, but low pay for providing exceptionally high levels of customer services for a very demanding clientele. Repeat customers are very demanding for things that you can’t control.
Working at YMCA of the Rockies in Estes Park, Colorado was certainly one of the greatest things that I have ever experienced! Moving across the country to become a camp counselor was something I'd never thought I would do but I'm so glad I did. The management couldn't be any more supportive and receptive and that made the experience that much better! My coworkers were adventurous, outgoing and creative people with a lot to offer and I learned a great deal from that job! The days were long and oftentimes very stressful with a great deal of very young children on your hands, but the reward that was felt from talking with the parents and having the children love you was so worth it!
This is the worst place to work. You are overloaded with work and no one cares they just need it to get done and if it’s not done they get mad. They do not offer over time so u can get help and even if u try to stay overtime to finish the massive workload u get reprimanded. Managers are egotistical close minded and do not listen to employees at all
I worked in the day camp and absolutely loved it! I had to come back for a second summer. My boss and all my coworkers were so kind and compassionate, in fact I would definitely work for my boss again! The staff housing is not well taken care of, and the food is not the greatest, but the people and the mountains are worth it.
After my interview, I couldn't wait to join the YMCA team. I was a housekeeper while I was there and it was hard work. I learned some handy things too! Great for someone looking to get away for a little while. Housing and food are free(ish). But the outdoors is what I thought was the best.
For such a large resort that relies almost entirely on temporary employees, it is amazing just how deep and familial of a community atmosphere it provides all who work there. While pay isn't the best, the provided room and board as well as the benefits like activities and experiences offered to staff at greatly discounted rates, the beauty of the location, and organization wide efforts to provide all who work there with the best time possible, really makes this a worthwhile experience for anyone between jobs, school, or just looking for a way to travel and explore something new. Working as a switchboard operator means that you never know how your day will go. You could find yourself in constant demand from all sides with barely any time to breath, handling emergencies of all kinds throughout the grounds, or left to your own devices, finding fun, team building ways to entertain yourself and others behind the front desk, when the phone is quiet and the grounds are calm.
I would go into the empty hotel rooms from recent left guests. Change the sheets, clean the bathroom. I would also show arriving guests to the main lobby. I would also help anywhere else I might be needed. I cleaned mountain cabins and the kitchens, bathrooms, living rooms. We often had bears break into the cabins or the other buildings on the property, so we needed to clean all the damage.
YMCA of the Rockies is surrounded by Rocky Mountain National Park on 3 sides. The views cannot get much better, and you are living someone's dream vacation for 8 months.
"Free" housing, cafeteria food and use of amenities
food and low pay. you will have a roommate
the people at the YMCA are what make it. I was in a church based group that has 120 people employed at the Y every summer to do the organized group functions alongside your job at the ymca. Its really fun, but the jobs all kinda suck lol
awesome people make it
tough boring jobs