Why choose the Guelph Y for your next job?
The Guelph Y is a friendly, interesting work environment. You’ll work with and learn from a diverse group of co-workers , volunteers and members with different interests and skills. But everyone has the Y in common.
The Y helps our community. You’ll work with an organization that reaches out to many people in Guelph and Wellington County. Through our community programs, camp, child care and other activities, the Y is here for everyone.
There are financial benefits. You’ll receive competitive wages and, with a minimum hourly commitment, you also receive membership benefits for you and your family. All full-time salaried employees receive comprehensive health benefits and a pension plan.
There are opportunities for everyone’s skills and interests. Because the Guelph Y offers so many services and activities, there is a job for everyone.
- customer service
- fitness instruction
- child care
- food services
- community program support
Experienced or new to the workforce, you have enthusiasm, energy and confidence. The YMCA-YWCA of Guelph can give you fulfilling full- or part-time career opportunities in customer service, fitness instruction, child care, aquatics, maintenance, food services, camp or other areas. In our fast-paced and friendly environment, you’ll acquire valuable skills and experience as you build relationships that will last a lifetime.
Take a look at some of the benefits of employment at the YMCA-YWCA of Guelph.
Imagine a workplace where you..
- are comfortable in your surroundings
- meet lots of people
- have a variety of training and work opportunities
- can improve your own health and wellness
- earn a competitive wage
- make a difference in many people’s lives
“The YMCA – YWCA of Guelph is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, colour, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability and age.”