The biggest difference between the Valley Shore YMCA and anywhere else? The people! Make a difference in your community and be a part of the Valley Shore YMCA team. As a YMCA employee, you earn more than a paycheck. You have an impact on children, families and adults of all ages and walks of life. YMCA employees receive a free individual membership and many discounts on YMCA programs including camp and childcare. Come join the Friendly Y!
Current Job Openings
- LIFEGUARDS (includes free training) – We are looking for certified and experienced lifeguards to work a variety of shifts and provide a safe environment for our members. If you are not currently certified but would like to join our team, please contact us for information on upcoming courses. Contact Tony Sharillo, (860) 399-9622 x107 for more information.
- MEMBERSHIP SERVICES REPRESENTATIVE. Become the face of the Y! We are looking for enthusiastic staff members to register members for programs, answer phones, and welcome members. Computer skills a must! For more information please contact Contact Tony Sharillo, (860) 399-9622 x107.
- Swim Instructors (includes free training) – Drowning is the second leading cause of death in children and we are committed to keep every child safe around water. Our swim instructors teach children basic water safety skills, improved stroke development, and increased endurance. This is a very rewarding job! Contact Tony Sharillo, (860) 399-9622 x107.
Please download application and drop off a letter of interest to the Valley-Shore YMCA, Post Office Box 694, Westbrook, CT 06498.
The Valley Shore YMCA is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. Bilingual skills a plus!
OUR COMMITMENT TO PREVENTING CHILDHOOD SEXUAL ABUSE
Our YMCA is committed to preventing childhood sexual abuse and ensuring the safety of all children at the YMCA and its programs. All potential employees are required to have criminal and sexual offender background checks, as well as both personal and professional references. All YMCA employees are required to have training on preventing and reporting abuse.
Current YMCA employees are required to read, sign, and present a copy of the signature page (p. 16) to their supervisor. Review and download our Child Abuse Prevention Manual.