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Great work culture, great kids, very flexible with your schedule. What they lack in pay they make up for with their benefits and flexibility. I love the split schedule during the school year.
Free membership, paid vacation days, flexible, good staff, possible tuition assistance
Work school breaks, pay could be better
Don’t waste your time working here it’s horrible everything is all over the place they get you started and have you running all over. It’s no type of structure at all. I feel bad for our staff because we use to be a good company but now it’s not.
It was fun and rewarding to work with youth development and care. The work was good, the job was terrible. Constant lack of everything you were required to have, constant unpaid work, constant lack of respect from workers and customers. The wages are low, the hours are awful, and the only way to get ahead was to be part of the "in" crowd. Great opportunity if you like kids, have tons of free time, and don't need money at all.
Kids are awesome to work with.
Poor compensation, no respect from management, difficult hours.
We had a great group of workers and an awesome group of kids at the Waterford YMCA. I liked working at this job and only left because the next job paid so well.
It was my job to play and be creative.
Your with kids all day. They will always have more energy then adults.
The POCONO Family YMCA has hand down been the worst work environment I have ever endured. The management is disrespectful and even spiteful. The pay in little to nothing for the work that is expected. Management cares more about the quantity of members over the quality of customer service we were able to provide. They did not listen to staff feedback and encouraged us to quit if we did not agree with their decisions.
I am grateful for my position but morale is low and I am unsure that the organization has much consideration for the situation, the childcare center, or the employees. That being said, I have a wonderful director who tries the best she can.
A typical day at work is fun and different every day. You learn new skills as you continue progress with the company. Management is professional and understanding which staff. Working with youth is one of the most enjoyable aspects when working for this company.
I really enjoyed my job. I loved working with children. Playing with them, watching them learn and grow. I did a Circle Time with them every morning, we did Abc's, counted, worked on colors and shapes, recognizing their name and birthdays. It wasn't just a paycheck for me, I got joy out of it. I couldn't deal with the poor management and the way they treated employees. Worst part of the job. I hated that I had to leave after 3yrs but it was for the best.
Job duties include compiling the purchasing list of supplies for the entire YMCA summer camp activities program. I supervised the camp counselor's to ensure the proper care was given to all children providing a healthy, safe and fun filled summer camp. Also, supervised children on field trips to local locations. My responsibilities also included confronting parents regarding concerns with their children and working towards a win-win solution for the child and summer camp. I also was responsible for collecting payments each week.
The idea of creating a safe place for the kids to flourish was definitely there. But between lazy management and unmotivated coworkers the concept fell short in the field.
Kids are awesome!
Making sure your supervisor does the right thing.
I work in childcare and as you might figure, working with several women can be stressful at times. They love to gossip which is difficult for a person who is more straight forward about asking what I did wrong so that i can fix it. Instead of helping, they prefer to tell everyone else about your mistakes which can be uncomfortable. They also keep you right under 40 hours, so that they do not have to give you benefits. This is another downfall to the YMCA. What I will say about the Y though, is that the children are wonderful and have made this whole experience worth it. I have grown close to them over the last few years and it will be hard to leave them.