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.
Excellent opportunity for a team-player who, under the supervision of the Business Office Manager, will manage the welcome center making sure it is adequately staffed and schedules are well communicated. The front desk supervisor plays a vital role in communications and ensuring all staff throughout the branch is aware and informed of membership policies, updates and procedures.
The Macomb Family YMCA is looking for an energetic, active and mission driven individual to join our sports and enrichment staff. This position works directly with the youth of our community, providing supervision and programming in activities such as basketball, t-ball, soccer, multi-sports clinics and more.
The Birmingham Family YMCA is seeking individuals for the customer service specialist position. This position works directly with the marketing and member engagement team to provide high quality customer service and member engagement. Ideal individuals for this team are outgoing, friendly, able to multi-task, solution oriented and problem solvers. A customer service specialist is the face of the Birmingham Family YMCA and works directly with current and future members.
A swim instructor is responsible for teaching all levels of the National YMCA Swim Lesson program. This person will keep accurate attendance records, develop lesson plans and distribute family huddles and progress reports to all swimmers as well as evaluate and assess skill level and progress of all swimmers. The swim instructor must also be able to motivate, evaluate and communicate with all age groups.