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Everyday was different. Never a dull moment. I would recommend it to anyone. The YMCA mission is key to their success. Love being there. Consider applying if you have a opportunity.
I was a school age aid for the before and after school program and i loved it. i loved my coworkers, my kids, my schedule, everything about it. if was such a happy work environment. the only downside was the pay.
Making a difference, working with children, schedule
I love working at the YMCA because of the members and immediate co-workers. They remind me everyday why I love arriving for my shift. The connections we make are forever remembered and life altering! Some members have known me since I first started at the YMCA, at 18 years old. They encouraged me through college and coached me through some life challenges. So not only am I there to serve them, our members will come back around to serve us in ways we wouldn't expect to learn!
Free membership, free child care while working.
No breaks because of shorter shifts, management does not always help or really see what we do on the front line.
Comfortable working environment and free membership, though pay not ideal and volunteer time required.
I get a free membership as an employee. Though they pay is not nearly as much as I believe it should be, we get paid for the time we're on the clock. As a personal trainer and program specialist, I get paid minimally for all of the time spent off the clock in preparation for my job duties. Generally, my colleagues are nice to work with and management is OK and supportive.
Most departments are okay at the Western YMCA, but be careful of the management in membership. They will target you and harass you to the point they will try to get you fired. Management is extremely poor and childish in member services.
low pay, poor management
A day at work is pretty simple.You set out skills stations, watch them play and even play with them and keep track of paperwork and who comes in and who leaves.
Great place to be a part of. To be able to provide members with overall health and wellness is a great feeling. To see a child accomplish something as simple getting into a swimming pool for their first time and the look on their face is very rewarding
A normal day working as a lifeguard at the YMCA is hard but relaxing, you are to watch over about 100 people A day in the hot sun. There are 30 min cycles, so each person watch the pool for a short period of time so no one loses focus or falls asleep. I learned that being about to have protection over someone and being responsible for others lives is very important. The hardest part of being a lifeguard is when a real accident happens u are focus and do everything currently. The best part of working there was meeting new people and being able to be outside in the nice weather and getting a free membership.
Good people, nice environment, fair amount of breaks.
While working for the YMCA my position was membership Coordinator part time and it was wonderful to come into work each day. My job was mainly to take on all of the online gym memberships, supervise the membership services staff members, answer any and all phone calls that would come into the location, conduct tours of our facility, take care of walk in membership applications, make sure that all who enter to use the properties benefits had memberships or to locate their membership in the system so that they can remain at the location, and if there was anyone to remove due to them breaking the roles to do so. Everyday was a learning experience since you meet different people on a daily bases.
You receive a free membership as an employee to all of the YMCA facilities.
The position was only part time and there was not much room for growth.
As a site assistant, you're at the mercy of scheduling needs and are subject to getting thrown around a lot, making it hard to build a solid rapport with a group of kids at times. Generally, the co-workers are competent and decent, though, and I enjoy the job.
The kids, coworkers
Not knowing where you'll work, pay
had a great time being a mentor to the children, was fun hanging around everyone as they got older every year. was sad to go but hey stuff happens but i still work out there from time to time.
8 dollars for alot of work
Currently, I'm working part-time hours for a full time position due to grant restrictions. My daily duties include processing mail; receiving, reconciling, processing, and making daily bank runs for cash deposits; data base entry for accident reports, scanning, filing, and sending paperwork and scans to Association Office; completing and quality review of purchase orders, scanning, filing, and sending paperwork and scans to Association Office; maintaining and distributing office supplies with once a week ordering; assisting branch members, Branch Office Manager, Executive Director, and Childcare/Camp Office Manager when needed. I've set up data bases and helped to initiate the use of scanning procedures to keep files current and streamlined. My management and co-workers are very supportive and a joy to work with understanding that my assigned hours are limited. I thoroughly enjoy the type of work I do, but I have learned that trying to fit 40 weekly hours of duties into 25 weekly hours is not healthy for me. Knowing that I am helping and giving back to the community is a comforting and satisfying goal for me. So, leaving this place would be sad, but necessary at this time in my life, as I need to find a better fit for myself.
Co-workers, my job duties, and interaction with branch members
location and amount of duties in a short day