YMCA-alkalmazotti értékelés itt: Green Bay, WI
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i absolutely loved working at the Y. there is a real sense of community and family when you work there. unfortunately you don't make much and the CEO and managers weren't responsive to those concerns. but, there is a great work life balance, and there are clear and set shifts so you can plan you schedule, but it is also very flexible in case something comes up in your personal life.
free Y membership, and free childcare
I came into this job without any previous experience so I was grateful for being hired at all. However, I worked there for three years now and still am not paid 8 dollars an hour. I teach a full class, set up the gymnastics gym, and train new hires with little pay. My manager was also completely unorganized and rude at times. I got great experience at this job but be sure to ask for the pay you deserve from the beginning.
Some days are rough working with children, but at the end of the day, you know you've done something good for a child who might have needed it. This company gives back which in turn makes you feel great as an employee and a person.
I have been working part-time at the YMCA for just about two years now. It is a job I absolutely love, and most days I look forward to going to work. At the other part-time jobs I work, I find myself dreading my next work day, but that is never the case at the Y. There are so many departments in the Y that it is so easy to find the right place for you to work. Once you find that department, you will make so many friends. I have met my two best friends through the department I work in at the Y, Kids Korner. I'm sure full time staff have some awesome perks, but I only know what part-time are offered from my own experience: a free Y membership. Which is actually pretty great since it is such a huge facility. The Y may not be for everyone, because some shifts can be shorter than what you're used to (meaning you have to work more shifts to get the hours you're looking for) and you also may have to work evenings and weekends. Ultimately I have found that my schedule is up to me, and I choose to rarely work weekends but often work weeknights. The pay is also lower than what you may be looking for, so at the end of the day it comes down to what aspects of a job you value most. Personally, I value how much I enjoy the job and what it means to me above the actual pay I receive, so it makes my job worth it. For others, they may value pay more. So, before applying, just think it through and make sure its the best fit for you!
awesome staff, flexible, free membership, build relationships
low pay, short shifts
Love the work culture! I worked as a 21C staff and enjoyed my two years as one. Only one of the few places I'm sure where you can meet NFL packer players :) I got to meet Randall Cobb which was pretty amazing! I also loved how supportive all staff were and the opportunities to grow.
I loved working for YMCA School Aged Before and After School program. My co-workers were fun, driven, and positive. My only complaint was that I could not stay due to lack of full time opportunities.
Great atmosphere, friendly staff
Lack of full time opportunities
The people at the Y (co-workers and members) are fantastic! The benefits are pretty good, but the pay is not so great. Overall, I like what I do and get satisfaction out of my work, but sometimes it's hard not to have my job life spill over into my family life.
retirement, PTO, great people
pay, time needed to put into the job
I have absolutely loved working at the YMCA. I feel supported, encouraged, and accomplished every day. I have wonderful co-workers, lots of continual training, and I feel like I am being set up for success.
The pay at the YMCA is not great. I was able to work here part-time for a few years because my husband has a well-paying job; I worked at the YMCA so I could have flexible hours, and be home with my kids while they were young. This is not a place to plan for a high-paying career, but is excellent for Moms trying to do a good job raising their kids, while still bringing home a small paycheck.
On-site free childcare while Mom is working
Pay is not good, raises not good, lots of training required (on weekends, oftentimes)
At the Green Bay YMCA we were positioned to be the preeminent providers of Group Exercise in the community. I learned about leading large groups of people & how to manage it operationally behind the scenes. Co-workers are great! The hardest part of the job is finding work/life balance & the most enjoyable part of the job is the people that I worked with & being able to make a difference in people's lives.