Careers2019-10-09T14:06:27-05:00

Work at the Marco YMCA

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As the nation’s leading nonprofit organization for youth development, healthy living, and social responsibility, the Y offers more than just a job. The Marco YMCA offers a cause to embrace and a career with a future and the opportunity to make a lasting difference in the lives of those around you.

Imagine going to work knowing that what you do each day positively affects the lives of the people in your community. Imagine having the opportunity to give back and share your passions and unique talents to build a better future for yourself and others. This is a career at the Y.

Our staff members, of all ages and from diverse backgrounds and life experiences, enjoy the personal satisfaction that comes from nurturing the potential of youth and teens, improving the nation’s health and well-being and providing support to our neighbors.

We invite you to join us in this amazing work – to develop your professional skills, to realize your leadership potential, and to discover a career that is so much more than a job.

The Marco YMCA offers both full-time and part-time career opportunities in a variety of employment areas, as well as an attractive benefits package. Below, Click the button below to view our current opportunities

The Y offers full and part-time employment.

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EMPLOYEE BENEFITS

Eligible team members at the Y have access to a comprehensive benefits package. We support benefit programs with a generous contribution to each team member’s benefit elections each month.

  • Health insurance for you and your spouse, partner and dependents
  • Dental, disability and life insurance
  • Funded retirement plan
  • Free Y membership and program discounts
  • Paid time off

CAREER DEVELOPMENT

The YMCA values its employees. As a YMCA staff member, you are encouraged to try new things and look for creative ways to serve children, families and communities. You will have the opportunity to grow in a professional, supportive and caring environment that allows you to develop a rewarding career. The following are just some of the programs you’ll find waiting for you when you join us:

  • Career Development Program
  • Early Education Leadership Training Program
  • Certification Training
  • Staff Recognition Programs

FIT-FRIENDLY WORKPLACE

Physical activity and employee wellness are priorities at the Marco YMCA. We encourage all employees to participate in a culture of fun activities and programs including staff fitness breaks and classes, healthy eating and wellness seminars.

Open Career Opportunities

Part-Time Maintenance

The Part-Time Maintenance staff member has the primary responsibility for maintaining the YMCA facilities in conjunction with the Maintenance Director.

Contact:
Peter Sottong
Maintenance Director
(239)394-9622 ext 113
Email

Early Learning Teacher

JOB DESCRIPTION

The Early Learning Teacher has the primary responsibility for implementing a program to provide excellent educational opportunities and care for young children (aged 2-5 years).
Requirements:
• Meets all Department of Children and Family standards/ background requirements• Lifeguard certification with American Red Cross and/or YMCA
• Certification in Infant, Child and Adult CPR and Basic First Aid
• 21 Years or Older; Holds and maintains a Driver’s License with reliable transportation
• Degree in Early Childhood Education or CDA (preferred); Director’s Credentials (preferred)
• Able to lift 35 pounds.

Contact:
Stephanie Pepper
Youth Development Manager
(239)394-9622 ext 104
Email

Swim Instructors

The primary responsibility of A YMCA Swim Instructor is to work under the direct supervision of the Aquatics Director to provide a safe and educational aquatic environment for all YMCA swim lesson instructors and participants.
Requirements:
• Lifeguard certification with American Red Cross and/or YMCA
• First Aid/ CPR/AED for the professional rescuer certification
• Oxygen administration and blood born pathogen certification
• YMCA swimming lesson certification or attend in-house training.

Life Guards

The primary responsibility of A YMCA lifeguard is to work under the direct supervision of the Aquatics Director, provide a safe aquatic environment and to utilize good member service skills with all who enter the aquatic facility.
Requirements:
• Lifeguard certification with American Red Cross and/or YMCA
• First Aid/ CPR/AED for the professional rescuer certification
• Oxygen administration and blood born pathogen certification
• Redwood Computer trainings as directed.

Contact:
Morgan Joseph
Aquatics & Sports Director
(239)394-9622 ext 108
Email

Part-Time Afterschool Site Directors (2)
The Marco YMCA is seeking Site Directors to work in our After School Programs. Applicants must have a minimum of 4 years direct experience working with children ages 5-12 years old and a minimum of 2 years management experience. Competitive pay and membership benefits. Individuals will be required to maintain DCF regulations. Applicant must possess the state mandated DCF hours and must be over the age of 21. CPR and First-Aid certification required.

Part-Time Afterschool Counselors at Parkside and Manatee Elementary Schools
The Marco YMCA is seeking energetic individuals to work part-time in our After School Programs. Program sites located at Parkside Elementary School and Manatee Elementary Schools in Naples. Applicants must have direct experience working with children ages 5-12 years old. Competitive pay and membership benefits. Individuals will be required to maintain DCF regulations. Applicant must possess the state mandated DCF hours and must be over the age of 18. CPR and First-Aid certification required.

Part-Time Afterschool Counselors at the Marco YMCA
The Marco YMCA is seeking energetic individuals to work part-time in our After School Programs. Program site located at the Marco YMCA on beautiful Marco Island. Applicants must have direct experience working with children ages 5-12 years old. Competitive pay and membership benefits. Individuals will be required to maintain DCF regulations. Applicant must possess the state mandated DCF hours and must be over the age of 18. CPR and First-Aid certification required.

Contact:
Charlene Rose
School Age Coordinator
(239) 394-9622 ext 116
Email

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