Become a life changer. Work at the Y.

Imagine going to work knowing that what you do each day positively affects the lives of the people in our community. Working at the Y, you’ll discover more than a job. You’ll enjoy a career with a future and the opportunity to make a lasting difference in the lives of those around you.

 

Current job openings

To apply for any of the positions listed below, please return the Attleboro Y’s Employment Application to HR@attleboroymca.org.

Early Morning Lifeguards

Looking for responsible and safety-oriented guards who are dedicated to creating fun and safe environment for our members. Must be currently certified in lifeguarding, CPR and First Aid. AM shift begins at 5:00 AM. Send a letter of interest and current certifications to HR@attleboroymca.org.

Lifeguards

Looking for people who are responsible and safety-oriented and dedicated to creating a fun & safe environment for our members. Must be currently certified in lifeguarding, CPR-Pro, & First Aid. All shifts available. Fexible schedule: 5-20 hours per week. Send a letter of interest and current certifications to HR@attleboroymca.org.

Swim Instructors

Candidates should be friendly, out-going individuals who are passionate about swimming and love working with kids! Must be a strong swimmer and have experience working with children. No certifications required. Available shifts: Weekday afternoons/evenings, Saturday & Sunday mornings. Send a letter of interest and current certifications to HR@attleboroymca.org.

Welcome Center Representatives

The YMCA seeks friendly, reliable individuals to provide exceptional customer service to our members and guests. As the first person that our members meet or speak to when coming through the Y doors, the Welcome Center representative plays a crucial role in communicating with our members and serving as advocates for the YMCA and its programs.

All Welcome Center representatives must be comfortable with computer systems, enrolling members in programs, and accepting payments for programs and merchandise. Our early morning staff members are responsible for opening the facilities, while our evening staff members are responsible for securing the facilities at night. Currently, the Y is particularly looking for early morning staff.
Send a letter of interest and resume to HR@attleboroymca.org.

 

Summer Camp openings

To apply for any of the positions listed below, please return the Attleboro Y’s Camp Staff Application to HR@attleboroymca.org.

Camp Finberg positions

The following positions will be available at Camp Finberg for the 2017 summer. These are the current projections for each position and are subject to change depending on needs of the camp.

Camp Nurse

The Camp Finberg nurse is responsible for all medical records and treatment of campers. The nurse will be an important part of the camp and interact well with children and staff in an engaging fashion. Requirements: registered nurse or medical assistant and the ability to make all medical decisions with confidence. The nurse will work 40 hours at camp for the 11 week long camp season.

Aquatics Director

The Camp Finberg Aquatics Director is directly responsible for overseeing the pool at camp. The successful candidate will: have experience hiring, supervising, and overseeing life guards. Additionally, the candidate will have confidence to make decisions, develop and implement strong swimming lessons, and ensure all safety pertaining to the pool area. The Aquatics Director will work 40 hours per week for the duration of the 11 week camp season.

Specialty Camp Coordinator

The coordinator of specialty camps will create and design all curriculum for the following specialty camps offered at Finberg: science camp, drama camp, adventure camps, nature camp and art camp. This candidate will also directly lead specialty groups in ratio and oversee a specialty camp counselor, when needed. This is a 7-8 week camp position for 40 hours a week.

Camp Caretaker

This candidate will help repair, clean, and maintain the grounds of Camp Finberg. This position will includes hours being put in both before and after the camp season. This is a 20 hour per week position.

Ropes Course Staff (2)

Under the direct supervision of the ropes course coordinator, these staff will follow a designed curriculum, engage children, and facilitate team building challenges. Experience with ropes course in the past is preferred. These staff may also be asked to help with groups occasionally as well. This is a 9 week position for 35 hours per week.

Arts and Crafts Coordinator

This candidate will design curriculum for a wide range of areas. Activities and curriculum that are age specific will need to engage campers. A passion for arts and crafts is essential. All curriculum will need to be planned around theme weeks. This is a 9 week camp position for 35 hours per week.

Archery Coordinator

This candidate will need to demonstrate an innovative way of thinking to design curriculum focused around archery and camp theme weeks. Willingness to attain proper training is required. This is a 9 week camp position at 35 hours per week.

Bus Staff (4)

These team members will be responsible for loading campers on and off the bus, while ensuring safety on the bus. They will make sure campers leave with their parents at the end of the day and provide engagement on the bus. This a 9 week camp position for 2 hours per camp day.

Lifeguards/Swim Instructors

Under the direction of the Aquatics Director, these staff will engage children and provide swim instruction to enhance skills. Lifeguards will maintain safety of the pool area and ensure campers are safe. This is a 9 to 11 week camp position for 20-35 hours per week depending on the pool schedule.

Camp Counselors

Candidates will engage children and facilitate activities to support the YMCA’s mission of youth development. Candidates must be at least 18 years old. Experience working with children is vital and the concept of joining the camp team with high energy is essential. Campers vary from ages 3 to 14 and the ability to be flexible and work with all ages of campers in vital. This is a 9 to 11 week position for 40 hours per week.

 

Camp Pleasant positions

The following positions will be available at Camp Pleasant for the 2017 summer. These are the current projections for each position and are subject to change depending on needs of the camp.

Camp Pleasant Academy Teacher: The Camp Pleasant Academy (CPA) teacher must have experience in the field of education, especially in relation to both math and reading. The CPA teacher will be responsible for the lesson planning of a small group of between 5-10 campers that will meet 4 times a week (M, T, W, F) from 9 a.m.- 12 p.m. for a total of 7 weeks. The CPA teacher will use differentiated instruction and various age appropriate learning activities in order to reach and engage all students. Whenever possible, the CPA teacher should strive to help campers make connections from what they are learning in the classroom to what they will be seeing and experiencing out at camp on a daily basis. The CPA teacher will use both formative and summative assessments in order to monitor student progress throughout the summer.

Leadership Development Specialist: The Leadership Development Specialist will help to develop the curriculum for Camp Pleasant’s Leaders in Training (LIT) Program for 14 and 15 year olds. The Leadership Development Specialist will work closely with the Assistant Camp Director as well as the Leadership Development Coordinator to plan and implement daily activities, special events, and field trips specifically for the Leaders in Training Program members with a focus on teambuilding, community service, leadership characteristics and development, and an understanding of the four core values of the YMCA. The Leaders in Training Program begins the first week in July and runs for a total of 8 weeks. The position runs from Monday-Friday and is a 40 hour work week. Additional Requirements: Must be at least 18 years of age with prior camp experience.

Sports and Field Specialist: The Sports and Field Specialist will develop and maintain a comprehensive sports and field curriculum for campers of all ages. With a focus on achievement, the Sports and Field Specialist will provide instruction on the daily sport, activity, or challenge and develop a goal-setting system that recognizes each camper’s development and improvement as the summer progresses. The Sports and Field Specialist ensures a safe and secure environment with close supervision and adherence to all camp rules. The Sports and Field Specialist is in charge of setting up and breaking down the sport, activity, and/or challenge course each day and ensures proper use and storage of the equipment. Skills are required in program development, instruction, organization, time management, and supervision. The Sports and Field Specialist is also responsible for the planning, organizing, and running of various rainy day activities in the event of inclement weather. Part-time position: M, T, W, F (6 hrs./day). Additional requirements: Must be at least 18 years of age with demonstrated interest/expertise in specialty area.

Archery Specialist: The Archery Specialist will develop and maintain a comprehensive archery curriculum for campers of all ages. With a focus on achievement, the Archery Specialist will provide safety guidelines and archery instruction to all campers between the ages of 4-14 and develop a goal-setting system that recognizes each camper’s development and improvement as the summer progresses. The Archery Specialist ensures a safe and secure environment with close supervision and adherence to all camp and archery range rules. The Archery Specialist is in charge of setting up and breaking down the archery range each day and ensures proper use and storage of the equipment. Skills are required in program development, instruction, organization, time management, and supervision. The Archery Specialist is also responsible for the planning, organizing, and running of various rainy day activities in the event of inclement weather. Part-time position: M, T, W, F (6 hrs./day). Additional requirements: Must be at least 18 years of age and complete a Level I Archery Instructor certification prior to the start of camp.

Arts and Crafts Specialist: The Arts and Crafts Specialist will develop and oversee a camp specific arts and crafts program that encourages creativity in campers of all ages. In keeping with the camp’s weekly themes, the Arts and Crafts Specialist will develop a series of age-appropriate projects that campers are proud to take home at the end of each week. The Arts and Crafts Specialist is in charge of setting up and breaking down the daily crafts/projects and ensures proper use and storage of the arts and crafts materials. Skills are required in program development, instruction, organization, time management, and supervision. The Arts and Crafts Specialist is also responsible for the planning, organizing, and running of various rainy day activities in the event of inclement weather. Part-time position M, T, W, F (4-6 hrs./day). Additional requirements: Must be at least 18 years of age with demonstrated interest/expertise in art/crafting.

Drama Specialist: The Drama Specialist will develop and oversee a camp based drama program that encourages teamwork, creativity, and expression through the use of reader’s theatre, camp skits, poetry, self-created plays, dance, music, and talent shows for campers of all ages. The Drama Specialist is in charge of setting up and breaking down the drama area and ensures proper use and storage of all drama camp materials. Skills are required in program development, instruction, organization, time management, and supervision. The Drama Specialist is also responsible for the planning, organizing, and running of various rainy day activities in the event of inclement weather. Part-time position M, T, W, F (4-6 hrs./day). Additional requirements: Must be at least 18 years of age with demonstrated interest/expertise in the performing arts.

Camp Counselors: Camp Pleasant is looking for outstanding role models to work with children from ages 4-14 in our day camp program. Our counselors are responsible for the supervision and activity planning for a group of 10 campers. We are looking for counselors who are committed to making a positive impact in the lives of youth by helping campers to develop strong relationships, a sense of achievement, and a feeling of belonging. Requirements: Must be 18 years or older or have previous camp leadership experience.