Employment Opportunities

Multiple positions available in all departments!

Members who refer an individual who is hired receive one free month added to their membership.

Full-Time Positions

The Chief Financial and Administrative Officer provides direction and leadership for Lakeland Hills Family YMCA’s finance and business operations.

Full-time Staff: Exempt

Job Description

As a member of the executive team, the CFAO serves as a key thought partner and advisor to the CEO and with other members of the executive team provides cultural and strategic leadership to the organization. The CFAO leads by example and models a culture of collaboration, transparency, open communication, and builds and manages high performing teams and long tenured colleagues. This individual influences and inspires team members at all levels to achieve the highest standards of excellence. The CFAO is a strategic and forward-thinking leader with an ability to create and visualize long-term goals and develop plans to achieve those goals, accounting for barriers and opportunities, such as complex and changing environments. The individual will possess or develop a knowledge of the organization including its mission, governance, organizational structure, and how these elements impact finance and operations.


  • Bachelor’s degree in finance, accounting, business management or equivalent field.
  • Minimum of 10 years proven experience preferably in a not-for-profit environment.
  • Knowledge of and experience with computerized accounting systems.
  • Proven record of developing cooperative relationships with others.
  • A passionate belief in the Y’s mission.

Essential Functions

Financial Management: Understanding of GAAP, advanced financial and accounting concepts, financial metrics as they relate to the overall health of the organization; and the ability to comprehend, analyze, and interpret financial statements and related information in collaboration with the CEO, HR Director, and department directors.

Budget Planning: Knowledge of budgeting, forecasting, and modeling.

Information Technology: Supervision of the IT Director and understanding of IT systems as they relate to the organization’s functions; skill in using the internet, MS Office applications, accounting, and other software.

Facilities Management: Demonstrated ability to ensure sites and facilities serve program, membership and administrative needs and are safe and operational in accordance with Y-USA policies, the American Camp Association guidelines, and governmental regulations through the supervision of the Director of Building and Grounds.

Program Management: Responsible for supervising the Senior Program Director who is part of a team of three directors managing a comprehensive array of health and wellness and aquatic programs.

Governance: Attend the Board of Governors and Board Executive Committee meetings. Will be responsible for the audit and finance committees. Become acting CEO in CEO’s absence.


Salary $100,000.00 – $115,000.00

Apply by email: daveg@lhymca.com

Resumes accepted until 1/17/22

Highly motivated self-starter to oversee the Summer Day Camp & Y Programs. Must provide a fun and safe recreational environment, manage both full and part time staff, develop programs , and maintain our stellar reputation serving over 500 families. Candidate must be a confident leader, highly organized, with a business mindset. Position start date January 2022.

We offer:

  • Competitive salary
  • Excellent benefit package including retirement
  • Beautiful facility
  • Support for professional development


  • BA / BS in education or related field
  • Minimum 5 years management experience in a licensed camp
  • Excellent verbal and written skills
  • Inspirational leader and team builder
  • Organized with the ability to multi-task

Email resume to Marianne Lomauro: mariannel@lhymca.com

The Head Teacher is responsible for the overall direction of the Childcare classroom to which she/he is assigned including planning and implementing the daily program, training, equipment, room maintenance, lesson plans, curriculum planning and working with other staff co-operatively to plan and implement special events. It is our goal to teach in a fun, positive manner, in which a child can grow and become sure of themselves and their abilities through physical, social, and academic learning.

We offer:

  • Competitive salary
  • Excellent benefit package including retirement
  • Beautiful facility
  • Support for professional development


  • Must have a strong interest and knowledge in preschool/pre-k development with at least one year of classroom experience.
  • Must possess strong communication and leadership skills and have the knowledge necessary to establish and maintain a high-quality preschool program.
  • Must have the ability to work cooperatively with other staff members and volunteers to meet the needs of the YMCA.
  • Must possess and maintain a clean criminal record. Maintain first aid & CPR certification
  • Maintain a positive attitude for team harmony Be flexible in a fast-paced environment

Email resume to Marianne Lomauro: mariannel@lhymca.com

Part-Time Positions

The Early Childhood Learning Center at the Lakeland Hills Family YMCA is growing! Infant caregivers are needed with part time, flexible hours and no experience necessary, except a kind and loving heart.

Individuals will be trained to work in our Infant and Toddler Care Center.

Email resume to Marianne Lomauro: mariannel@lhymca.com

Friendly, reliable individuals needed for various shifts to provide assistance and sales to members and potential members over the telephone and in person. Requirements include good communication and human relation skills. Candidate must be flexible, pleasant, enthusiastic, knowledgeable, and able to problem solve. Benefits include free membership.

Email resume to Renee Welch: reneew@lhymca.com

Immediate employment to help maintain cleanliness and safety for members of the Y. Light maintenance and housekeeping required. Ideal candidate is dependable and conscientious. Reports to Building & Grounds Supervisor.

Hours: Monday-Friday: 2:00 PM – 8:00 PM | Weekends: 7:00 AM – Noon or Noon-5:00 PM.

Contact: mikea@lhymca.com

Kids Club After School Positions:  Positions include Site Director (3), morning and afternoon Counselors (20 hours weekly). Excellent experience for future teachers, with no nights or weekends! Contact: shannonb@lhymca.com

Boonton Township (Rockaway Valley School)

11 Valley Road Boonton, Twp.

  • Site Director, must be 20 years old; M-F
  • Support Staff, must be at least 16 years old;  M-F (3-5 days/week)
  • 2:15-6:00 pm

Denville (Lakeview School) After School Staff

44 Cooper Road, Denville

  • Site Director M-F, must be 20 years old
  • Support Staff 3-5 days /week, must be at least 16 years old
  • 2:30-6:00 pm

Denville (Riverview School) Staff

33 St. Mary’s Place, Denville

  • Site Director M-F, must be 20 years old
  • Support Staff 3-5 days /week, must be at least 16 years old
  • 3:00-6:00 pm
  • AM Staff 6:45-8:30 am M-F

Butler (Aaron Decker School) After School Care Staff

98 Decker Road, Butler

  • Site Director, must be 20 years old, M-F
  • Support Staff 3-5 days /week, must be at least 16 years old
  • 2:15-6:00 pm

Fun and Fitness at the Y:  Games specialist, Science Instructor, Tumbling/Floor Gymnastics Coach, Basketball and Soccer Coaches (seasonal).  Contact: shannonb@lhymca.com

Teen Leaders: Middle school/teen instructors. Contact: shannonb@lhymca.com

Esports Staff: Responsible individuals to work in our Esports leagues and clubs M-F.  Shifts can range from 3:30-7:00 pm.  Must have a desire to work with children.  Gaming experience is a must. Contact: esports@lhymca.com

Early Childhood Learning Center: Classroom aides for preschool and pre-k program for mornings and afternoons. Contact: mariannel@lhymca.com

Lifeguards: Must have current lifeguard, CPR/AED, and First Aid certifications.

Swim Team Assistant Coach: Must be 18/older, have experience teaching swim lessons and/or competitive swimming experience.

Swim Instructors: Various shifts. Must be at least 15 years of age. WSI certification not required but is a plus. Candidates with strong swimming background will be considered and trained by the YMCA Aquatic Staff.

Swim Instructor for Special Needs Adaptive Program: Responsible for assuring the safety, well-being, and enjoyment for all participants during these one-on-one private lessons. Instructor is responsible for teaching the strokes by demonstrating and correcting individuals, so they learn to the best of their ability. Must be enthusiastic, patient, and enjoy working with children from age 3 and young adults up to 18 years of age. Preferred experience in special needs adaptive programs.

Water Exercise Instructor:  Certified instructor for weekly water fitness program.

For all Aquatic positions, contact: eds@lhymca.com

Group Exercise Instructors: Experienced individuals with Group Fitness Certification needed to teach a variety of fitness classes at all levels. Days and times vary. Membership benefit. Contact: darlenek@lhymca.com

Personal Trainers: Experienced with appropriate certifications. Contact: darlenek@lhymca.com

Floor-Staff Associates: Various schedules available to work in the Health and Fitness Center. Contact: darlenek@lhymca.com