Minimum Salary $17.00 Maximum Salary $18.50
The Tampa Metropolitan Area YMCA is a top-rated '4-star' Charity Navigator and Guidestar 'Gold' rated non-profit charitable organization for youth development, healthy living and social responsibility. Join a cause-driven association with a focus on nurturing the potential of every child and teen, improving the nation's health and well-being and providing opportunities to give back and support our neighbors. Learn more about the Tampa YMCA at www.tampaymca.org.
- First Tee Operations > Implements program curriculum and coordinate activities and logistics ensuring a quality program is offered to students, becoming proficient in delivering all The First Tee of Tampa Bay curriculum.
- Travel to different schools and program sites in Hillsborough County, based on program needs.
Assists the Program Director in developing new programs and growing the Chapter.
- Development/Fundraising > Assist Program Director in representing the Chapter in the community and aid in fundraising, marketing, and public relations efforts and events.
- Perform other duties as assigned, based on program needs, in and out of the classroom.
- Foster an atmosphere of teamwork.
- Communicate clear instructions to assistant coaches.
- Contribute ideas to help the organization and team meet goals.
Safety and Risk Management:
- Ensures program standards and best practices are implemented and followed. Applies YMCA policies and procedures, including those related to best practices, emergency procedures, medical and disciplinary situations and child abuse prevention.
- Monitors programming and provides a safe environment at all time and to adhere to all state, local and YMCA health & safety regulations.
- Ensures program staff are properly trained and prepared for emergency situations. This includes implementing and following training requirements in addition to ensuring proper reporting of all incidents/accidents according to risk management procedures.
- Ensures adherence to all YMCA policies and procedures regarding the safety, health and welfare of members, program participants, guests and staff:
- Greeting all guests as they enter the facility.
- Ensures safety and risk standards to enforce proper check-in procedures are followed for members and guests.
- Monitoring youth activity in the facility.
- Reporting any items that may provide a health or safety hazard to staff, members or guests to maintenance staff.
- Immediately report any suspicious behavior and violations of policy and procedures to your supervisor.
Report any incidents and accidents immediately to direct supervisor.
- Maintain proper records, including staff member certifications, staff member meetings, trainings and daily logs used for policy and procedure review so that information can be reviewed at any time.
Education/ Experience Required:
- Bachelor's degree in Health, Physical Education, related filed or equivalent experience preferred.
- A minimum of 2 years experience with the game of golf required.
- Prior experience teaching youth, ideally with a First Tee program, is preferred. Experience managing large groups of children is preferred.
- Proficient in using email, Internet, and other PC-based applications (e.g. Microsoft Office) with the ability to learn and adapt to new technology.
- Must be able to work flexible hours including evenings, weekends, and holidays.