Child Watch Staff
Under the supervision of the designated supervisor, and in harmony with the mission and purpose of the established policies and goals of the YMCA of the Virginia Peninsulas, the Child Watch Staff shall be responsible for providing a safe, caring environment for the Child Watch participants. With an emphasis on ensuring the highest quality service to members and guests, the Child Watch Staff will work with all staff to welcome, connect, support, and engage all members, guests, and staff.
1.Minimum of 16 years of age.
2.Experience working with children in a supervised setting preferred.
3.Certification in CPR/First Aid/AED/O2 required within 60 days of hire.
4.Complete and maintain required trainings to include but not limited to: New Employee Orientation (NEO), Bloodborne Pathogens, Child Abuse Prevention (CAP), and Sexual Harassment upon hire and annually thereafter.
5.Satisfactory completion of a criminal background check and Child Protective Services check.
1.Support the mission, vision and goals of the YMCA.
2.Promote a professional work environment through character development by modeling the values of caring, honesty, respect and responsibility.
3.Lead in a manner that advances our cause to strengthen the foundations of community through programs that focus on youth development, healthy living and social responsibility.
4.Assist with preparing daily activities for Child Watch participants.
5.Supervise play of children/teens while parent(s) attend “Y” class or program.
6.Maintain a positive and respectful manner of communication with parents.
7.Act as an ambassador of the YMCA in behavior and relationships.
8.Follow mandated abuse reporting requirements.
9.Promote and participate in YMCA fundraising efforts to include Annual Support and United Way Campaigns.
10.Act as a leader in emergency situations. Report any accidents or incidents according to Emergency Communication Action Plan.
11.Ensure all members, guests, and program participants are in a safe environment and actively follow center Emergency Operations Plan (EOP).
12.Attend staff meetings and trainings as scheduled.
13.Wear staff uniform and name tag, or professional attire when appropriate.
14.Follow department Association Standards.
15.Carry out other related duties as deemed necessary by the Youth and Family Services Department to ensure an excellent member experience.
YMCA Competencies (Leader):
Engaging Community, Communication & Influence, Inclusion, Collaboration, Functional Expertise
Skills and Ability Requirements:
1.Ability to plan, lead and participate in activities.
2.Ability to communicate and work with assigned ages and skill levels and provide necessary instruction to participants.
3.Ability to observe participants, enforce appropriate safety regulations and emergency procedures, and apply appropriate behavior-management techniques.
4.Visual and auditory ability to identify and respond to environmental and other hazards related to assigned activities.
5.Physical ability to respond appropriately to emergencies and those situations requiring first aid.
Effect on End Results:
1.The membership growth and retention plan for the center is achieved.
2.A high degree of member satisfaction is achieved as measured by Net Promoters.
3.A positive image of the YMCA is portrayed to members, staff, volunteers and the community.
4.A pleasant and comfortable working environment is maintained for all staff.
5.Relationships are strengthened through intentional interactions.
6.The facility will be safe, clean and an enjoyable place as measured by Q Checks and Risk Management Audits.
7.Superior quality standards are met as evidenced by department’s Association Audit Score.
- Job Family Child Watch
- Pay Type Hourly
- Min Hiring Rate $11.00
- Max Hiring Rate $13.75
- Greater West Point Family YMCA, 3135 King William Avenue , West Point, Virginia, United States of America