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C4 NEEDS PAID AND UNPAID STAFF

If you are interested in applying for an open temporary position or volunteering, please download and complete the YMCA universal application. Then visit the C4 Job Application to submit your application and complete the first step in the process.

C4 is compiling a list of available spaces that can accommodate expansion of the program when needed. To have your facility assessed and potentially added to the list, please request a tour.

Lead Teacher

PT, approximately 24 hours per week, $12/hour
The Lead Teacher will provide direction for all students and implement program enrichment. They will supervise and build relationships with students and help maintain a focused classroom environment, keeping children on task as they complete their remote learning. Lead teachers provide a quality experience for children that focuses on the YMCA values of honesty, respect, responsibility and caring. The Lead Teacher must also communicate with parents and classroom assistants. Sanitation and cleaning will also be a part of the essential tasks needed to maintain the classroom.
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Youth Development Aide/Counselor

Youth Development Aide or Youth Development Counselor: PT, approximately 30 hours per week. $8.50/hour (Aide), $10.00/hour (Counselor)The Youth Development Aide is responsible for providing support, guidance, and implementation of activities for the Lead Teacher, with a group of students. They have high energy, are enthusiastic, enjoy working on a team, and genuinely enjoy working with children. The Aide is responsible for assisting the Lead Teacher in the planning, implementation, and facilitation of a structured, daily schedule filled with activities. The Aide must have a positive attitude, be patient, and have a respectful demeanor. Aides are never alone with students—they are guided and supported by a Lead Teacher.

The Youth Development Counselor will support the lead teacher in our full-day academic advisement program. They must bring an upbeat and positive attitude to the classroom, along with a willingness to go the extra mile. The Youth Development Counselor is a hard worker that is dependable and has a growth mindset. They believe in respecting children and in working through problems with them. They will support students in their academics, create and teach art, STEM, and fitness activities, as well as help clean and sanitize the facility. The Youth Development Counselor may be responsible for opening the facility and communicating with parents based on the Lead Teacher’s needs.

Site Director

PT, approximately 24 hours per week, $12/hour
Site Directors will provide direction for all students and implement program enrichment. They will supervise and build relationships with students, help maintain a focused classroom environment and keep children on task as they complete their remote learning. Site Directors will also provide a quality experience for children that focuses on the YMCA values of honesty, respect, responsibility and caring. They must communicate with parents and classroom assistants. Sanitation and cleaning will also be a part of the essential tasks needed to maintain the classroom. SITE DIRECTORS MUST BE 21 YEARS OF AGE OR OLDER.
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The projected start date for all positions is August 24, 2020. If any position sounds like something you’re interested in doing, check out the job descriptions and apply.

When applying, be sure to specify the position you are applying for when submitting your application materials. Application materials need to include:

    • The Universal YMCA Application. Download this fillable PDF form and save it before beginning the submission process.
    • A resume (if you have one and/or it’s requested).
    • Scanned copies of any applicable licenses or certifications requested like CPR and first aid.
    • Once you have everything ready to go, click the button for the application form to complete the submission process.

 Phase III Guidelines and Workplace Regulations

  • Group size limit is 12 (including staff) for children under 4 years old provided age-based adult: child ratios are followed.
  • For children age four and above, including school-age children up to age 13, group size maximum is 22 (including staff) as long as social distancing of six feet apart is maintained. Age-based adult: child ratios must be followed.
  • Groups of children may share the same physical space (e.g. classroom, gymnasium) so long as social distancing of six feet can be maintained and children do not mix between groups
  • Groups of children can play outside at the same time if social distancing of 6 feet apart is maintained and children do not mix between groups. Maintain an overall limit of 50 people for all outdoor activities and recess.

Read all Phase III Guidelines and Workplace Regulations For Staff.