Imagine going to work knowing that what you do each day positively affects the lives of the people in your 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.
The Y offers both full-time and part-time career opportunities in a variety of areas. Employment opportunities listed here are for all YMCA locations in the Metropolitan Detroit association. For listings of specific Y locations, please select your local Y from the menu on the right side of this page.
The Regional Director of Wellness is responsible for leading and elevating the quality of programming in our wellness departments across 10 facility branches. Programming to include member on-boarding, fee and non-fee based programs including personal training, group exercise, and to include chronic disease prevention programs. The successful candidate will implement all wellness initiatives and will be responsible for hitting key performance metrics driven by our annual membership satisfaction survey; and be accountable to the growth and success of Health and Wellness programming. The preferred candidate will have a track record of providing exemplary staff leadership with a commitment to creative and high quality programming. They will also have experience working with health care providers and/or institutions. They will also have successful budget and fiscal management experience with a focus on program growth through member engagement and retention.
The YMCA of Metropolitan Detroit is currently accepting resumes for the position of Lifestyle Coach. Open positions are available throughout the Association at our Y branch locations. The Lifestyle Coach will be responsible for the daily operations in the wellness center as it relates to member equipment education, member safety education, Next Step sessions, equipment cleaning, and basic equipment maintenance.
Rate of Pay: $10/hour
The Afterschool Club leader is responsible for the daily supervision of after-school program participants grades K-5. S/he is responsible for assisting in the planning, development, and implementation of program activities in the after-school program. The leader guides the academic and social development of children; ensuring a safe, enriching, and healthy learning environment. Club leaders use a variety of resources to introduce new skills throughout the execution of activities. To accomplish this, club leaders are required to participate in ongoing professional development and planning sessions with the After-School Site Director on a scheduled basis.
The Girls on the Run/STRIDE Coordinator is under the direct supervision of the Sports Director. This part-time position shall be responsible for the implementation, administration and oversight for all Girls on the Run programs contracted through the Farmington Family YMCA. Duties will include all Girls on the Run/STRIDE programming including preseason preparation, on-site management, assisting with the 5k event, and any additional responsibilities related to Girls on the Run/STRIDE as necessary. Additionally, the Girls on the Run/STRIDE Coordinator will assist in the annual fundraising campaign.