Youth Development Instructor - Pathways Program - Geauga Family YMCA

At the Y, our mission is to put Christian principles into practice through programs that build healthy spirit, mind and body for all. Join our Greater Cleveland YMCA team in living our cause and helping to provide quality, safe and healthy programs and services in our community.
Position: Youth Development Instructor
Description: YMCA of Greater Cleveland has an immediate need for a Youth Development Instructor who is responsible for the smooth and the effective delivery of the child care programs. Instructors may be required to travel to and from branch locations for assigned duties, trainings or meetings, or work programs in other areas as needed.
Job Responsibilities:
Responsible for the safety and active supervision of program participants
Supervise and oversee daily implementation of curriculum activities
Ensure daily cleaning of program site
Must be 18 years of age or older.
High school diploma or GED, Associates Degree Preferred.
Previous work experience in a child care center and/or experience working with children.
About YMCA of Greater Cleveland: Our vision is to be the premier community-based, charitable organization that embraces collaborations to build strong kids, strong families and strong communities. That's why we offer an exceptional package that includes:
A free membership to your local YMCA and discount to YMCA programs including childcare (part-time positions do not receive discount on childcare).
Additional employee discounts at many places in and around town, just for being a YMCA of Greater Cleveland employee.
Eligible employees receive comprehensive Benefits Plan including Health, Dental, Vision, Employee Assistance Plan, Retirement 8% paid by the YMCA of Greater Cleveland and paid vacation.

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