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64 questions about working at YMCA
You need to dress professionally in a way that reflects the job description. Your attire is directly considered in the post interview evaluation.
Answered 22 March 2017
Got the call for an interview. Went for the interview which was an hour long and very intimidating. About 3 weeks after the interview, I got the call offering me the job and still took about another 2 weeks to start the position
Answered 4 April 2017
Benefits for full time staff only. Free gym membership.
Answered 28 March 2017
It is great! A second family for staff and members!
Answered 22 March 2017
They are horrible people from top to bottom they take granted what government allowed to do and keep on firing people one after the other just because they are allowed to do and do not consider others feelings and being jobless horrible and terrible people
Answered 18 March 2017
How are the working hours?
Asked 11 July 2018
The hours are very casual part time, almost non existent and you'll be treated like a volunteer instead of an employee. So be prepared to go above & beyond every second of your shift, but get zero recognition and or pay/hours for your hard work. YMCA is notorious for belittling their staff and treating them with such disrespect even when the employees on the front line are 10x more qualified for the jobs of management than the management that is hired for the positions. The work environment and culture, is extremely toxic and you'll see the revolving door of people immediately upon accepting a job.
Answered 11 July 2018
1970s/80s, screening questions prior to interview for a role at YMCA of Goderich:"Describe two competencies you have and why they would be strengths in this position.Share a challenge you have overcome and what did you learn from the experience.If you do not currently live in Huron County, are you prepared to relocate to Huron County should you be the successful candidate for this position?What is your salary expectation?What is one challenge you anticipate facing in this position and what support will you need to work through it?"
Answered 18 January 2018
Call you local YMCA to be sure what their practice is. Be sure to follow the expectations as listed on the job posting. Any step missed is enough for management to followup with the other individual who has submitted everything requested or necessary.
Answered 26 September 2017
I was in their preschool program and supported other Programs for a minimun of 40hrs a week (estimated)
Answered 12 February 2019
Be yourself and don't be nervous.
Answered 6 December 2018
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