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Employment Opportunities


Employment Opportunities

If you’re passionate about eliminating racism, empowering women and promoting peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all, we want you on our team! Join us as we work on the front lines tackling some of the most pressing issues of our time. Our staff is creative, collaborative, smart, dedicated and inspired as we seek to build a world where all girls and women are empowered to safely reach their full potential. Check out available job opportunities by reviewing our jobs center below.

YWCA Greenwich is searching for candidates to fill the following positions:

Part-Time Domestic Violence Counselor

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Preschool Teachers: Full and Part Time

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Summer Camp Counselors

YWCA GREENWICH Job Description for Camp Counselor RESPONSIBILITIES: 1. Provide direct leadership, coordinate and execute camp activities of groups of children in various formats. 2. Provide guidance to staff and assigned groups of camp participants. 3. Maintain a safe and fun day camp environment. 4. Maintain the health, safety, and social & emotional well-being of all children. 5. Assist in the organization and motivation of camp participants during their time at Camp TAYITO and at off-site trips. 6. Assist in the development of organized plans and structure for instructions/management of all classes 7. Project a positive and enthusiastic image on the job at all times, to include wearing YWCA labeled gear every day. 8. Cultivate strong working relationships with YWCA members, staff, campers, and parents. 9. Effectively cooperate in the administration of all camp policies and programs. 10. Attend all required staff meetings, trainings, and special events. 11. Actively participate in daily swim time in the water with the children as deemed necessary. QUALIFICATIONS: 1. Must be at least sixteen years of age. 2. Must have knowledge of age-appropriate activities. 3. Must be able to create and transmit program curricula approved by the Head Camp Counselor. 4. Must have the ability to supervise and lead activities. 5. Must have the ability to establish and maintain harmonious relationships with staff, YWCA members, and program participants, parents and the general public. 6. Must possess certifications in American Red Cross CPR/First Aid. 7. Must complete or possess current MAT training certification STATUS: Seasonal Full-time (non-exempt) based on camp schedule SUPERVISOR: Reports to the Head Camp Counselor and Summer Administrative Staff COMPENSATION: Hourly wage range of $14 per hour to $16 per hour; depending on age and experience. YWCA HISTORY AND KEY FACTS: Around the globe, YWCA operates in 125 countries reaching 25 million women and girls through its work in 22,000 communities. It is the oldest and largest multicultural women’s organization in the world. In the United States, the YWCA, founded in 1855, has over 200 local associations that serve 2 million members. Since its beginning, the YWCA has been a major force in this country’s struggles for freedom, justice, and equality. YWCA Greenwich’s mission is to eliminate racism, empower women, and promote peace, justice, freedom, and dignity for all. Through leadership, innovative programs, services, and educational opportunities, YWCA Greenwich is a driving force for a healthier, safer, and more equitable community. Today, YWCA Greenwich offers over 100 age-specific programs, events and services in a facility that features a fully equipped fitness center, pool, gymnasium, childhood education center, dance and yoga studio, tennis courts, domestic abuse center, art gallery, café, water playground, Kompan structures playground, sand play area, meeting rooms and staff offices. The key programmatic areas are: Domestic Abuse Services, Aquatics, Childhood Education programs, Fitness memberships, Health & Recreation Programs, and the Center for Equity and Justice. More specifically: YWCA Greenwich provides comprehensive direct services to victims of domestic violence through 24-hour hotlines, crisis intervention, counseling, court advocacy, and emergency sheltering. Recently we have added a Civil Legal Clinic and Financial Literacy Coaching to our array of free services to victims of domestic violence. In addition, the YWCA Greenwich provides prevention education through extensive training of key members of the community and age-appropriate domestic abuse prevention programs through the Greenwich Public Schools. YWCA Greenwich has a nationally recognized swim team. The Dolphins, now in its 50th season with well over 200 swimmers, can point with pride to their fourth consecutive USA Swimming recognition as a “Silver Medal” Club, placing the team in the top 4% nationally. YWCA Greenwich boasts a diverse top-rated international preschool center, with children from a variety of racial, ethnic, and economic backgrounds representing not only the United States but also 25 other countries around the world. EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER: YWCA Greenwich commits to provide equal employment to all qualified persons solely on the basis of job- related skills, ability, and merit, without regard to race, color, age, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, religion, national origin, ancestry, marital status, veteran status, genetics, physical or mental disability or handicap, or any other protected class status. YWCA Greenwich will make reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities, unless doing so would result in an undue hardship, and provide a workplace free from sexual harassment, discrimination, and retaliation. Black, Indigenous, Latinx, AAPI and LGBQ+ persons are encouraged to apply. Job Types: Full-time, Temporary Pay: $14.00 - $16.00 per hour For more information and to apply for this position, please contact Arthur Smith at A.Smith@ywcagreenwich.org or 203-869-6501 ext 251

Lifeguards and Swim Instructors

For more information, please contact Shanna Sudderth at S.Sudderth@ywcagreenwich.org or 203-869-6501 x 121

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