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Current Team Positions

The YMCA of the Cayman Islands has exciting opportunities for qualified persons to join our growing team of professionals, who are committed to youth and teens, education, family well-being and community collaboration. The YMCA aims to provide comprehensive, high quality youth development activities while improving the social, emotional and academic competencies of school-aged children in primary and secondary schools.

How to Apply

APPLY ONLINE via the YMCA website or send your cover letter and resume directly to hr@ymcacayman.ky, listing the title of the position applying in the subject heading.

Extended After-School Programme (Part-time)

PRIMARY YOUTH LEADER – After-School (Part-time)

Locations Available: West Bay, George Town, Red Bay, Prospect, Savannah, Bodden Town, North Side, East End, Cayman Brac

Position Summary:  Our youth need positive and inspiring role models! Is that you? We are looking for high-energy, responsible and caring leaders to facilitate and supervise recreational and educational activities for school-aged children. From the arts, to sports, to literacy and STEM, we are looking for persons willing to lead a diverse range of activities with enthusiasm! Programme curriculum and supplies are provided, with leaders also encouraged to incorporate their own ideas as they go. Leaders will be responsible for the general safety, skill and character development of the children. Leaders will receive training and provide high quality experiences for participants that focus on the YMCA core values of honesty, caring, respect, responsibility and faith.

Qualifications:  Minimum of 18 years-old, excellent role model, clean police record, High School Diploma, CPR & First Aid certified, previous experience working with children preferred, ability to make quick, appropriate decisions for the safety and well-being of all children in their immediate care, and the ability to effectively communicate both verbally and in writing.

Work Schedule & Compensation: Programme runs from Monday – Friday, 3:00-6:00pm. Schedule based on need and participant registration, ranging from 2-5 afternoons per week. Wage ranges from CI $8.75 – $10.75 per/hour (based on education and experience), plus part-time benefits.

ASSISTANT SITE COORDINATOR – After-School (Part-time)

Position Summary: We are in search of a person passionate about developing youth and committed to maximising the potential of every child. The Assistant Site Coordinator, under the direction of the Site Coordinator, is responsible for the overall supervision of children, staff and volunteers, activities and record-keeping at the individually assigned school. We need a person with a track record for building positive relationships, demonstrating strong problem-solving skills, and the ability to build a positive environment that fosters positive character development. This position: Provides leadership within the Extended After-School Programme (EASP), ensuring a safe, structured, educational and fun programme. Assists with the supervision and development of 15+ part-time staff, volunteers and programme partners. Ensures high quality activities and that YMCA programme standards are met and safety procedures are followed. Hosts special events, demonstrations and award ceremonies. Ensures positive and effective relationships with participants, parents, school personnel, and colleagues. Serves as a positive role model and promotes character development by embodying the YMCA core values of honesty, caring, respect, responsibility and faith.

Qualifications: Mature applicant capable of supervising staff team, High School Diploma, CPR & First Aid certified, minimum one year experience in an after-school or child care setting plus strong leadership, communication, supervisory and organisational skills. Should be able to lift and carry 20 lbs. Required to stand and be outdoors for extended periods of time.

Work Schedule & Compensation: Approximately 15 hours per week (Mon-Fri, between the hours of 2:30-6:30 pm), plus additional meeting/planning times, as required; CI $12.25 – $14.50 per hour (based on education and experience), plus part-time benefits.

SITE COORDINATOR – After-School (Part-time)

Position Summary: Under the direction of the Programme Director, the Site Coordinator is responsible for the overall supervision of staff and volunteers, children, activities and record-keeping at the individually assigned school. Ensures a safe, high quality, fun and educational environment for all school-aged programme participants. Builds a positive environment that fosters positive character development. This position will supervise, train and develop 15+ part-time staff and volunteers, as well as establish new activities, implement curriculum and coordinate special events. Also ensures that YMCA programme standards are met and safety procedures followed. Support the upkeep and organization of proper records and files, equipment, supplies and inventories. Demonstrates and maintains an environment that always models the core values of honesty, caring, respect, responsibility and faith. Training, programme curriculum and supplies are provided.

Qualifications:  Mature applicant capable of supervising staff team, High School Diploma, a minimum of 3 years of experience in a childcare setting, prior supervisory experience preferred, CPR & First Aid certified, highly competent on a computer. Strong communication, supervisory and organizational skills required. Ability to relate effectively to diverse groups of people from all social and economic segments of the community; track record of building authentic, constructive relationships with others. Ability to make quick, appropriate decisions for the safety and well-being of all children in their immediate care, and the ability to effectively communicate both verbally and in writing. Must be an excellent role model that is passionate about positive youth development, dependable and of strong work ethic. Should be able to lift and carry 20 lbs and is required to stand and be outdoors for extended periods of time.  Criminal history, extensive background and reference checks will be performed. Valid Cayman Islands driver’s license and reliable vehicle are required.

Work Schedule & Compensation:  Approximately 25 hours per week (with exception of school breaks), plus additional training/meeting times as dictated by programme needs, with 15-18 hours spent in programming Monday – Friday between 2:30pm – 6:30pm. Starting salary is CI $1,300 – $1,700 per month (based on education and experience), plus part-time benefits.

BUS DRIVER – After-School (Part-time)

Position Summary: Provides safe transportation to and from programme sites while maintaining a supportive and positive atmosphere. May also provide support in other areas as assigned. Drives the YMCA’s 15-seater bus according to YMCA policies and procedures. Completes thorough before-and-after trip checks each day, maintaining accurate travel records. Records gas level, mileage, and maintenance on designated forms. Cleans out bus each day. Promotes safety at all times by keeping first aid supplies fully stocked. Ensures that bus rules are announced and followed. Develops friendly and positive relationships among staff, volunteers, parents, and children.

Qualifications: Minimum 24 years of age and one year work experience as a driver. Desire and ability to work with children. Track record of building positive relationships with patrons.

Work Schedule & Compensation: Programme runs from Monday-Friday. Schedule based on need and participant registration, ranging from 2-5 afternoons per week between 2:00-6:30pm.

YMCA PART-TIME BENEFITS

In addition to hourly wages, the YMCA offers part-time employees:

  • 50% paid health/medical individual insurance coverage
  • 5% employer paid pension
  • ASHI CPR/AED & First Aid training
  • Darkness to Light & Child Protection training
  • Position specific training & professional development opportunities
  • YMCA programme discounts

Full-Time, Professional Positions

PROGRAMME COORDINATOR – Camp 

PRIOR CAMP & CHILDCARE EXPERIENCE REQUIRED; SOME SUPERVISORY EXPERIENCE PREFERRED. Must be an excellent role model that is passionate about positive youth development, dependable and of strong work ethic.

Position Summary: Under the direction of the Programme Director, the Programme Coordinator will be responsible for managing the day-to-day administration and general operations of the YMCA’s Day Camp programme, offered during summer and holiday breaks. This position is responsible for creating memories that will last a lifetime by providing a safe, FUN and values-driven camp experience for all! The Programme Coordinator will plan and develop the day camp curriculum, coordinate unique camp experiences and events, supervise, train, and develop 25+ part-time staff and volunteers, foster strong community partnerships, while ensuring that YMCA programme standards are met and safety protocols are followed. In addition, the Programme Coordinator will support the upkeep and organisation of proper records and files, equipment, supplies and inventories.

Qualifications:  Associate degree in Recreation, Outdoor Education or related field, or 5 years of experience in a camp or childcare setting, YMCA experience preferred. Must be a positive role model, with a track record of modeling the YMCA core values and building authentic, constructive relationships with others. Strong communication and interpersonal skills required. Supervisory experience preferred. CPR & First Aid certified. Should be able to lift and carry 25 lbs. Required to stand and be outdoors for extended periods of time. Valid driver’s license and reliable vehicle required.

Work Schedule & Compensation:  40+ hours per week, evenings and occasional weekends required based on programme needs, starting salary: CI $32,300 – $36,500 per annum (based on education and experience) plus full-time benefits.

YMCA FULL-TIME BENEFITS

  • 100% paid health/medical individual insurance coverage
  • 5% employer paid pension
  • ASHI CPR/AED & First Aid training
  • Darkness to Light & Child Protection training
  • Position specific training & professional development opportunities
  • YMCA programme discounts