New: Now Hiring
We're hiring full- and part-time staff for our new Y Learning Academy program, which provides full-day, in-person support for children ages 5-12 who choose or are required to have virtual learning. Learning Coaches will support each student with virtual learning assignments from their school, and deliver the Y’s holistic youth development curriculum.
Site Supervisors: minimum $18/hour. Learning Coaches: minimum $14/hour.
Apply online for virtual interviews or attend our drive-thru interviews.
Y Club Before and After School
Support kids in before and after school programs in elementary schools throughout the metro. Full-time and part-time positions are available.
Why work at the Y?
It’s so much more than child care or babysitting. It’s about fostering achievement, relationships and belonging. Our Y Club before and after school program team members are enthusiastic about their work because they are positively impacting kids every day. Plus:
Future employers respect the Y
When future employers see the Y on your resume, they think of a nonprofit organization with local impact that’s part of a national and international network that’s existed for more than 175 years. We have a reputation for hiring good people who do great things.
Every day is something new
When you work at Y Club or summer day camp, every day is a new adventure. One moment you’ll be helping kids with homework and the next you’ll be leading a big art project or games outside.
Free Y membership
When you work for the Y, you’ll enjoy the perks of being a Y member including access to all 13 Y centers and discounts on programs, child care and summer day camp.
The job is designed with your schedule in mind
Part-time and full-time positions are available, making jobs at the Y ideal for students and non-students alike. Y Club positions follow the school-year calendar. Camp positions begin after most colleges get out and end when it's time to go back to school.
The best co-workers ever
In Y Club, you’ll work among others who share a mission of creating a welcoming, safe family atmosphere for children in our communities. Plus it’s a great place to make new lifelong friends that share a desire to make our community a better place.
Additionally, Y benefits include availability of health insurance, ability to establish a retirement plan based on your salary with no requirement for you to contribute, training, professional development and competitive pay.
What type of career is Y Club?
More than you think. Y Club positions can be a great part-time job, with options to work around your passions, school or other responsibilities. Even full-time opportunities are available to work at Y Club school sites during the school year and day camps during the summer.
With experience, you can grow into jobs like Youth Development Leader, Site Supervisor, Site Director or even transition into administrative and youth leadership careers based on your interests and performance. Jobs can be a great opportunity for education and social work students, current or retired teachers and school staff, and others working toward any career with youth.
Y Club is also a great way to come back to working, to stay active and engaged in your community, with great pay and benefits, too.
When you join our Y Club team, you’ll discover the joys of helping kids learn, stay physically active, and giving them a healthy snack or meal that many of them may not have at home. As you grow and develop in your career alongside the children in your care, you’ll inspire them to achieve and you’ll be inventing your future, too.
What is the age to be a Y Club Associate?
Y Club associates must be at least 16 years of age to be considered, but it can be a great fit for any age and at any stage of life. Our team includes everyone from entry-level associates to retirees.
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
The YMCA of Greater Kansas City is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Disabled/Protected Veteran and committed to diversity and inclusion throughout our organization.