Looking for a fun, flexible, AND rewarding job?
Idaho’s newest Aquatic Center, located at the South Meridian YMCA is opening soon and we’re currently accepting applications for Swim Instructors, Lifeguards, and Water Fitness Instructors. Applicants at all skill levels are encouraged to apply, and training and support is available for all applicants interested in beginning their aquatic career at the Y!
SWIM INSTRUCTORS do so much more than teach swim lessons – they inspire confidence in others of all ages. One of the most effective ways to instill confidence in people and create a healthier community is to teach youth, teens, and adults to swim, so they can stay safe around water and learn the skills they need to make swimming a lifelong pursuit for staying healthy.
LIFEGUARDS make a difference in our facilities every day by ensuring the safety of participants and the community. As a lifeguard, you will have the opportunity to develop your leadership skills, be a part of an amazing team, learn a critical skill, and be a role model to participants.
WATER FITNESS INSTRUCTORS get to lead participants through classes designed to build muscle, improve range of motion and flexibility, and increase stamina, all while building a supportive community with their class participants.
Why work for the Y?
Working at the Y, you have the opportunity to strengthen communities and change lives, including your own. No matter what role you take on at the Y, you’ll show up each day with the satisfaction of knowing your contributions are helping to empower young people, improve health and well-being, and inspire action in your community. Working side by side with diverse leaders with different backgrounds, perspectives, and strengths, you’ll discover new ways to connect with your community, find your purpose, and fuel your passion every day! Learn more about YMCA Employment here.
Join us and help transform lives!
Aquatics Safety Guidelines
The following guidelines have been developed to align with the mandates of Central District Health (CDH) and recommendations of the CDC and are subject to change*. For the most current safety guidelines visit our website at ymcatvidaho.org.
• All staff will perform a health screening at the beginning of each day and will be required to wear face masks.
• Health screenings will be performed with all swimmers at check-in for aquatics reservations.
• All equipment will be washed or sanitized between uses.
• Hand sanitizer will be provided for members and staff to sanitize before, during, and after usage of aquatics equipment.
• Program space will be cleaned and disinfected before and after each day.
• Swimmers and parents/guardians will be required to wear a mask when not in the pool.
• CDH guidelines for Ada County currently restricts groups gatherings to ensure social distancing.
*YMCA Aquatics will adapt to any future changes in guidelines that local health officials may put in place.
Welcoming & Inclusion
At the Y, we welcome everyone whose behavior adheres to our core values of caring, honesty, respect, and responsibility.
We advance our cause by building a stronger and more equitable community where everyone has the opportunity to learn, grow, thrive, and reach their full potential with dignity.
The Y is a force for building bridges among all people–regardless of ability, age, birthplace, cultural background, ethnicity, faith, gender, gender identity, ideology, income, race, or sexual orientation.
The Y is for all.