The Eastern Goldfields YMCA is a leading
charitable community development organisation, which builds strong people,
families and communities.
We are a progressive Employer offering fantastic training,
staff rewards and recognition programs. We also promote career progression and
provide varied and interesting career paths.
The YMCA is an equal opportunity employer that welcomes
diversity and offers flexible work arrangements to support our employees.
Please contact Terrence Winner, CEO,
on 08 9021 1035 or at email@example.com for further
Australia wide opportunities
Working at the Y you will discover a career full of diversity with opportunities to make a lasting difference in the lives of those around you.
As the largest provider of aquatic education and children's services, the Y employs around 12,000 staff in over 741 communities across Australia.
We look for inclusive people with a real zest for life whose positive and vibrant approach inspires those around them.
People of all ages and backgrounds are welcome, especially people with life experience. We support the employment of disadvantaged people and ensure that everyone can discover a career full of diversity at the Y.
There are opportunities for varied and interesting career paths in a range of areas including aquatics, health and wellness, camping and outdoor education, student accommodation, youth services, children's services, management, corporate services and community development.
With us, you will work with fun colleagues who have a shared passion for making a difference for individuals and transforming communities for the better. If you join us at the YMCA, you'll become a valuable member of our team. We offer a range of benefits for improving your wellbeing and personal development.
YMCA's across Australia are committed to providing a Child Safe environment to all children who come into contact with the YMCA. Accordingly, to be considered for employment with us, all applicants must complete our pre-employment questions and all relevant pre-employment screens and checks. Every staff member must complete a National Police Check prior to commencing employment with the YMCA, and for those who come into contact directly with children and young people, a Working with Children Check is compulsory.
Discover a career full of diversity