Careers / Staff Resources



Close to 200 employees work for the Raritan Bay Area YMCA throughout the course of a year. We're dedicated to providing easy access to some of the various web-enabled tools and resources to help staff do their jobs and make decisions in their personal lives.

We seek people who are interested in people and want to make a difference! At the Y, we get the job done through professional staff members who possess — and will model in their work with those we serve — our five core values of Caring, Honesty, Respect, Responsibility, and Faith. 


Believing that people deserve the best, YMCAs offer competitive wage and benefit packages. Each YMCA is unique in its benefits offered the Raritan Bay Area YMCA offers the following employee benefits:

Full-time employees are eligible for the following benefits:

  • Health & dental insurance
  • Vision insurance
  • Disability and life insurance
  • Funded retirement plan (with 8% Y contribution, 4% employee)
  • 403(b) Plan
  • Subsidized child care
  • Free YMCA employee & family membership
  • Discounted program fees
  • Time-off benefits (paid time off and holidays)
  • Employee Assistance
  • And much more

Part-time employees are eligible for the following benefits:

  • Funded retirement plan (with 8% Y contribution, 4% employee)
  • 403(b) Plan
  • Subsidized child care
  • Free YMCA employee & family membership
  • Discounted program fees
  • And much more

Child Protection Policies

Our Commitment

Our mission demands that staff, program volunteers and Board Members, as stewards of our mission, uphold the public trust and act in an ethical manner in all that we do in the name of our Organization. These ethical values include integrity, openness, honesty, accountability, fairness, respect and responsibility. These values are the basis of our Code of Conduct and Child Protection Policy and commitment to act in a manner befitting the YMCA and mission.

The YMCA enforces its policies and practices to prevent child abuse. Allegations or suspicions of child abuse are taken very seriously at the YMCA and will be reported to the proper authorities for investigation. We minimize opportunities for abuse to occur and we talk with children about personal safety and touching limits. We also screen carefully to prevent abusers from being hired and we provide child abuse prevention training to staff.

Please read our Code of Conduct & Child Protection Policy prior to applying for our career opportunities.

Code of Conduct & Child Protection Policy

The Child Safety Hotline

Local YMCAs have committed to comply with certain safety practices in the areas of Child Abuse Prevention and Aquatics Safety. Please visit The Child Safety Hotline to report violations at Local YMCAs of these safety practices only.

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Equal Employment Opportunity

In order to provide equal employment and advancement opportunities to all individuals, employment decisions at the RBAY will be based on merit, qualifications, and abilities.  Except where required or permitted by law, employment practices will not be influenced or affected by an applicant's or staff member’s race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, or any other characteristic protected by law.

This policy governs all aspects of employment, including selection, job assignment, compensation, discipline, termination, and access to benefits and training.

The YMCA maintains a “zero tolerance” for child abuse and/or substance abuse. Criminal background check and other federal or state screenings for child abuse will be conducted.



Paylocity Mobile App

Current Staff: Download the Paylocity Mobile App today to make ease of accessing employee announcements, your check stubs, requesting time off and other basic functions available no matter where you are. 

To download the Mobile App on either your Android or Apple device please contact your supervisor or the Human Resources Department at to obtain our company code, once you have that visit