At the YMCA of Greater Seattle, we aim to serve and have done our best to answer our most frequently asked questions about working for the Y below.
Browse our most frequently asked questions below and if you're not finding what you are looking for or have questions regarding your application, please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To complete your application, go to the YMCA of Greater Seattle career page. In the top right, it says, “Returning Candidates?” Click “Log back in!” This will take you to your dashboard and show all incomplete and completed applications. Click on the job application you wish to complete and finish it from there.
Once you have completed your application, you will receive a confirmation email that it has been received and is in review by the HR team. If your application does not meet the minimum requirements, you will be notified that you are not being considered for the position.
If you are deemed a qualified candidate, your application will be forwarded to the hiring manager who will determine if your qualifications, availability, and experiences meet the needs of their specific role. If they select you to move forward, you will be contacted to schedule an interview. The first interview is usually a screening interview conducted by phone or virtually through Microsoft Teams.
If at any point, you are no longer being considered for a role or the position has been filled, you will be notified. If you have applied for multiple roles, you will receive an email for each role.
For questions regarding your application, please email email@example.com.
When you click on a job you are interested in, on this page, the minimum compensation information is listed at the top of the page in the last gray box towards the top of the page.
Yes, definitely! If you are applying for multiple roles at the same time, HR may reach out and ask if you have a preference between the roles you have applied for. We try to loop in all hiring managers, so they are aware that you have applied for multiple roles, but it is always helpful to let them know you are interested in and/or being considered for multiple roles with us.
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