We are always searching for positive and community involved individuals to join our team. If you think you're the right fit for the Oswego YMCA fill out our Employment Application and turn it in to the Welcome Center. We will call you for an interview if your time and talent match one of our area of needs.
Current Employment Openings
The Oswego YMCA is looking for it's next visionary leader! This position supports the work of the Y, a leading nonprofit, charitable organization committed to strengthening community through youth development, healthy living and social responsibility. The Chief Executive Officer at the Oswego YMCA sets the strategic direction of the organization; oversees its financial stability, staffing, development and operations; and positions the Y as a community convener and collaborator to address critical social issues. The Chief Executive Officer works under the policies, directives and guidelines of the board of directors.
If you or someone you know is interested in strengthening communities and leading change, apply here.
The Friends for Life program is a non-profit respite service that offers temporary care of individuals with developmental disabilities for the purpose of providing relief to the parent. Respite is currently performed during the day, early evening and weekend hours for programs at the YMCA or in the community.
The Direct Care Worker provides relief to the family member from the ongoing care of a loved one with developmental disabilities. The DCW places emphasis on recreational activities, appropriate socialization and activities of daily living. Contact Darci at firstname.lastname@example.org
Group Exercise Instructor will impact and engage YMCA and community members in the areas of youth development, social responsibility, with a particular focus on healthy living. This will be accomplished through instructing high quality, innovative group exercise classes in a safe, effective, and inviting atmosphere. Must possess technical knowledge and skills required to perform job.
Under the direction of the Educational Director, the teacher will provide excellent member service by directing educational programs towards its primary objective of putting Christian principles into practice through programs that build a healthy spirit, mind, and body for all, by performing the following duties in accordance with the YMCA’s policies and procedures.