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I love working at the Y! Its flexible, let me be creative with programming and the support I receive is amazing. Even when someone passed or when a family member pass we are there for each other in any way possible.
ways for development
Supervisors don’t respect or trust their staff enough. Give impossible deadlines and no additional paid work hours given, but scolded if not completed. Coworkers are fine, but staff are the last thought from upper management I was bullied internally for over a year and my supervisor and the department head knew...and did nothing...for a year.
Free-ish gym membership, flexible hours, free-ish uniforms
Average pay, little support, raises are extremely rare
Very values driven. A wonderful place to work if you are interested in helping children grow or families connect with each other. We even have school kids that come most weeks during the year.
Open all year, Many different departments to specialize in, One of the largest Y's in the world, Great benefits
Can be difficult since it is in the middle of nowhere, Can be challenging to raise a family on camp.
I really enjoyed my time at the YMCA. Management (especially CEO) were very out of touch and clueless, sometimes pompous. Mostly treated employees poorly except for seniority and job titles. No way to get rich working there, though. But a good time. Very rewarding.
Don't have much to say, there is a high turnover rate with employees but that has to do with the people hired thinking working with kids is really easy. That makes it difficult for Coordinators to turely be a Coodinator and concentrate on growing leadrs, administraive tasks and meeting dead lines.
The East Communities YMCA has been my absolute favorite place to work. Great leadership and a really fun and positive atmosphere! They offer great benefits and are flexible with the schedule to make sure that you are able to balance work and life.
If you have a degree don't work at the Y. You won't get paid your worth and won't move up the corporate ladder either. Basically no room for advancement.
Worked at Portland YMCA and although started out to be an exciting newly created role after winning the local council tender for the second time, soon turned into the worst 8 years of my life. There is certainly no “community” at YMCA Portland.
The YMCA really stands by their Mission and Values Statement. The work culture is amazing, and there really is a team and family like atmosphere. The pay is what you would expect from a Non for Profit but the work life balance makes up for it! Medical benefits are for full time staff only, and they are quite expensive so make sure you utilize them; however,everyone who works at the YMCA is entitled to a FREE gym membership,Sick days are the typical 12 for the year, and vacation time depends on seniority.
There has been a lot of trun over in upper management in the past 3 years. Promoting is done based on nepotism.
This is a good place for starting out . I enjoyed working with the families and my staffing team. The organization has internal nepotism people who aren't qualified are placed in higher management positions.
Work-life balance here is great. Never had an issue with taking a day off or working remotely. I think the most difficult thing to deal with is the typical not-for-profit life. Low salary and limited resources. You have to try and make do with what you have, which isn't always a bad thing, but it would be nice to make a little bit more. Otherwise, everyone is incredibly friendly and every day goes well.
Working here was fun, plenty of opportunities came my way. We were basically in competition with other gyms and other YMCAs, because we would have to keep our numbers high and meet quotas.
Relaxed at times but fast paced when promotions rolled around.
My job description in YWCA was to coordinate national programmes and projects. Train women in leadership positions and to write proposals for fund raising. Also to raise funds from within comunities
low cost housing
travelling to difficult areas
I learned how to use specific software that keeps track of enrollment of participants. I worked with government funded programs. I met some great people who helped me along the way that will continue to.
Health Care, Gym facility, and fun