Work that matters
The Y is now hiring with up to a $250 sign-on cash incentive for select positions.
Receive up to $250 worth of Sign-on Bonuses
for Afterschool Care Positions!
Support kids and families with distance learning, school-day care and enrichment activities as a team member of our Afterschool programs. Job opportunities are available across the Greater San Antonio area in more than 60 locations!
If you love working with kids and families, WE WANT YOU!
Find your best job ever at the Y, plus get up to $250 worth of sign-on bonuses!
So many reasons! But here are a few of the top contenders.
Some of our senior leadership team began as a swim instructor or camp counselor. When you work at the Y, you will be encouraged to try new things and grow your career. We have a solid reputation for hiring good people who do great things.
When you work for the Y, we offer you all the perks of being a Y member including access to all 12 branches and aquatics centers plus discounts on classes, child care, and camp.
Everyone that works at the Y shares a passion for making their communities a better place, especially for kids and families. Don't be surprised if you gain great professional experience and a new BFF in the process.
With a variety of part-time and full-time positions available, working at the Y is ideal for students and non-students alike. And with locations from Boerne, Cibolo, New Braunfels, Schertz, and San Antonio, there are opportunities wherever you are.
The YMCA Retirement Fund offers two plans to help YMCA employees build their retirement savings: the Retirement Plan and the Savings Plan. The Retirement Plan is based on age and eligibility, and contributions are determined by the Y.
The Savings Plan is a 403(b) plan that allows Y staff the opportunity to start saving on day one of employment and to increase or change contributions at any time. Your contributions are invested by the Fund for the long-term.
The Retirement Plan is a 401(a) defined contribution account balance plan. Once you have met the age and service eligibility requirements, the Y enrolls you in the Retirement Plan and will determine contributions based on your salary. Once eligibility requirements are met, employees are automatically enrolled in the Retirement Plan.
All staff members of the YMCA of Greater San Antonio become eligible to participate in the Plan when they are age 21 or older and have completed 1,000 hours of service within each of any two (2) years, beginning with their date of hire. These two years are not required to be consecutive.
The YMCA of Greater San Antonio participates in the Retirement Plan by contributing 12% of eligible employees’ salary into the Plan each pay period.
For more information visit www.yretirement.org
The YMCA of Greater San Antonio’s priority is to provide wellness facilities, programs, and services in a safe and effective manner. The YMCA’s COVID-19 plan prioritizes the health and well-being of our members, staff, and the communities we serve, taking into account CDC guidelines and the guidelines and recommendations of state and local government authorities.
YMCA employees will be screened each day before entering any of our facilities or locations.
Shortness of breath or difficulty
Repeated shaking with chills
Loss of taste or smell
Feeling feverish or a measured temperature of greater than or equal to 100.0 degrees Fahrenheit (with Touchless Thermometers)
Any staff tested for a fever of 100 will be asked to leave the facility and not return to work for 72 hours.
They must also have a doctor’s note to return to work.
Any staff member who tests positive for COVID-19, can return to work as long as they no longer have a fever(without the use of medication that reduces fever), AND other symptoms have improved(cough or shortness of breath). Staff is required to provide a doctor’s note to return to work.
Employees must wash or sanitize their hands upon entering
the YMCA and throughout their shift.
Employees must maintain at least 6 feet of separation from other individuals. If such distancing is not feasible, other measures such as face-covering, hand hygiene, cough etiquette, cleanliness, and sanitation should be rigorously practiced.
Based on the latest CDC guidelines, staff must report to work with a face covering that they will wear throughout the day. Cloth masks must be taken home and disinfected/washed each day. Disposable masks should only be worn once. The YMCA will provide you with a cloth face covering but you may wear your own.
Training on appropriate cleaning and disinfection and hand hygiene.
Appropriate Personal Protection Equipment(PPE) -face covering, gloves and eye protection when needed.
Training in safely putting on and removing PPE.
Requirements for hand washing and social distancing.