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The Tucson J is a community center where everyone is welcome and we offer amenities for people of all ages and identities. Home to an Early Childhood Education center, after-school care and camps, Disability Services day programs, fitness center and pool, beautiful new tennis courts, and so much more, there’s truly something here for everyone, including the people who work here! Our staff is not only part of a team, but an important part of our community. Join us! 

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Open Positions

Part time Membership Associate

Part-time, hourly up to 29hrs/week

Supervisor: Sr. Member Retention + MRC Team Coordinator

A primary function of this and every other job at the J is to ensure by whatever rational and legal means necessary that each member, guest, and visitor leave the J feeling just a little bit better than when they arrived.

Member Associates are responsible for the day-to-day positive interactions and tasks associated with providing exceptional experience and service to all who enter, call or email the Tucson J. They will serve as ambassadors of the J. They will be a membership and service representative to all members, guests, participants, coworkers, and the general community by delivering a positive experience and quality interactions leading to member retention and client acquisition and retention.

General Responsibilities

  • Maintain supplies at work station
  • Maintain desk information binder
  • Greet and welcome members, users, coworkers, and guests, with a warm smile, and by name when possible
  • Build deep authentic and meaningful relationships
  • Provide exceptional experience
  • Answer phones, assist/triage and direct as needed
  • Check and reply to emails, forward as needed
  • Process program registrations both by phone and in-person with payment at time of registration or schedule payment
  • Sell and redeem guest passes and Sarver Saver Passes on user accounts
  • Maintain cleanliness and organization of work areas
  • Assist with reservations and send confirmations
  • Check members in for reservations
  • Sell and process membership applications
  • Call, and follow up with email if needed, to welcome and confirm activation of new membership unit
  • Sell weekly challah (bread) and other items
  • Verify insurance-based eligibility and note account
  • Verify member/guest information on file whenever they check in or call
  • Collect and update member photos in our CRM
  • Check voicemail whenever light is on and always at start and end of shift
  • Process donation payments
  • Enter tour card info in to organization CRM as a Prospect
  • Count cash bag and verifying contents every shift change and note on tracking log
  • Accept and track lost & found
  • Other duties as assigned based on need and skillset

Qualifications:

  • High School Diploma or GED
  • Ability to communicate clearly and concisely, both verbally and in writing
  • Possess excellent customer service skills

Schedule: up to 29hrs a week, ideal candidates will be able to work 3-5 Shifts per week.

Shifts Available:

Variety of available shifts ranging 3-8 hours at a time within regular business hours 5am-9pm Mon-Thurs, 5am-6pm Fri, and 6am-6pm Sat and Sun

We are looking to hire 2-4 individuals to fill all of these shifts. We try to have a set schedule where team members can pick up additional shifts due to sick call outs or scheduled vacations. Part time team members work 3-5 shifts per week.

Pay Rate: Starting at $13.85/hr increase to $14.25 as of January 1, 2024.

Benefits:

  • Paid Training
  • Paid Sick time
  • Individual Membership
  • Staff Discount

This position is a part-time non-exempt position that may include weekend, days and/or evenings and is covered by the Code of Personnel Practices for Professional Staff.

The Tucson J is a community center where everyone is welcome, and we offer amenities for people of all ages and identities. Home to an Early Childhood Education center, after-school care and camps, Disability Program Services day programs, fitness center and pool, beautiful new tennis courts, and so much more, there’s truly something for everyone, including the individuals that work here!

DEI Statement: At the Tucson J, we strive to be a team where everyone is involved, respected, and heard. We recognize the value of all identities, abilities, and experiences, creating a work-place environment where employees feel empowered to be their full selves. An empowerment that resonates with a positive impact on our team, and the community we serve. Be you, with us!

It is the policy of The Tucson Jewish Community Center (“Tucson J”) to provide equal employment opportunity (EEO) to all persons regardless of age, color, national origin, citizenship status, physical or mental disability, race, religion, creed, gender, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, genetic information, marital status, status with regard to public assistance, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local law. In addition, The Tucson J will provide reasonable accommodation for qualified individuals with disabilities.

Accommodations Statement: The Tucson J is committed to the inclusion of all people of all identities. As part of this commitment, we will work with any employee who believes reasonable accommodation will benefit their ability to be a successful member of the

Contact: Aislinn Miller, Sr Member Retention + Member Services Team Coordinator aimiller@tucsonjcc.org

Part Time JPlay Babysitter 

PT Hourly up to 20 hours/week 

Supervisor: Sr. Member Engagement + JPlay Coordinator 

A primary function of this and every other job at the J is to ensure by whatever rational and legal means necessary that each member, guest, and visitor leave the J feeling just a little bit better than when they arrived.JPlay Babysitters are responsible for the day-to-day positive interactions and tasks associated with providing exceptional experience and service to all who utilize the service. They will serve as ambassadors of the J. They will be a membership and service representative to all members, guests, participants, team members, and the general community by delivering a positive experience and quality interactions leading to member retention and client acquisition and retention.Our JPlay Babysitting Service is for youth ages 3 months to 10 years old. This childcare service is offered for parents and guardians to have a safe place for their children while they are on-site using the facility. Babysitters will be responsible for no more than 6 children in the room at a time, with children 8 months and younger counting as 2 children.

General Responsibilities:

  • Supervision & safety of children in attendance
  • Authentic and positive interactions with children and their guardians
  • Plan and implement daily activities
  • Maintain cleanliness and upkeep of room and supplies
  • Track and update attendance
  • Work as a team
  • Attend all staff meetings and trainings
  • Other duties as assigned based on needs and skills

Qualifications:

  • 16 years or older
  • Minimum of 1-year childcare experience
  • Ability to communicate clearly and concisely, both verbally and in writing
  • Possess excellent customer service skills
  • Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and Automated External Defibrillator (AED) certification
  • Understanding of child development 

Schedule: up to 20hrs/week, ideal candidates will be able to work 3-5 shifts per week. 

Available Shifts:

  • Position 1- M 9am-2pm, W 9am-2pm, F 9am-1pm
  • Position 2- T 9am-2pm, Th 9am-2pm, Sa 9am-1pm, Su 9am-1pm
  • Position 3- M 4-7:30pm, W 4-7:30pm, F 12-4pm
  • Position 4- T 4-7:30pm, Th 4-7:30pm, Sa 12-4pm
  • Position 5- F 8am-12pm, Sa 8am-12pm, Su 12-4pm

Hourly Wage: $13.85/hr

Benefits include:

  • Paid training
  • Paid sick time
  • Individual membership to the J

Contact Oz Anarchy, Sr Membership Engagement + Jplay Coordinator oanarchy@tucsonjcc.org

This position is a part-time non-exempt position that may include weekend days and/or evenings and is covered by the Code of Personnel Practices for Professional Staff.The Tucson J is a community center where everyone is welcome, and we offer amenities for people of all ages and identities. Home to an Early Childhood Education center, after-school care and camps, Disability Program Services day programs, fitness center and pool, beautiful new tennis courts, and so much more, there’s truly something for everyone, including the individuals that work here!

Part Time J-Play Babysitting Supervisor- 28hrs a week

The Tucson JCC is a community center for the entire community. It is a safe space with amenities for everyone. We offer an Early Childhood Education center, after-school care and summer camp, Special Needs Day programs, fitness center, aquatics center, tennis + Pickleball courts, art galleries, and so much more! The J is more than a community center, it’s a second home! We believe Everyone Belongs, and some choose to join!

J-Play- Babysitting for youth ages 3 months- 10 years old. This childcare service is offered for parents and guardians to have a safe place for their children while they are on-site using the facility. This position is the lead team member who will provide direct service five days a week and assist in building the schedule and supervision of the department team members.

Come join our wonderful team!

This position is a part of the Member Services Team and reports directly to the Sr. Membership Engagement + JPlay Coordinator

Duties include but are not limited to:

  • Supervision of children in attendance ages 3 months- 10 years
  • Friendly and positive interactions with children, parents and guardians
  • Build positive relationships with all members, guests, users, and staff
  • Staff scheduling, training and supervision
  • Supply orders & inventory
  • Daily activity planning
  • Maintain cleanliness and upkeep of program space
  • Monitor attendance/usage/reservation records and suggest changes to hours of operation
  • Work in a team environment
  • Implement and follow through on all program policies and procedures
  • Attend staff meetings and trainings

Skills requested:

  • Knowledge, education and/or experience working with youth (infant – school age) (minimum of 2 years)
  • Supervisory experience a plus (ideal minimum of 1 year)
  • Interdepartmental communication and collaboration
  • Must have a friendly and outgoing personality paired with being a team player and ability to multi-task
  • Strong communication and decision-making skills required.
  • CPR Certification
  • AZ Fingerprint Clearance
  • Administrative skills a plus to include data entry, filing, and more

Additional duties, tasks and hours as assigned based on individuals’ talents, interests, and agency needs.

We are seeking one individual to take the lead position in this service area.

Full Program hours:

  • M-Th 8am-2pm + 4-7:30pm
  • F, S + Su 8am-4pm

Shift for this position:

  • M-Th 8am-1pm + Su 8am-4pm

Requires a flexible schedule to work evenings and weekend shifts. Agility to cover and call outs or scheduled time off for direct reports. One-two weeks of paid training to learn the expectations and service standards of the department, the multiple ways of accomplishing goals, and cross-training for other departments.

Pay: $14.75/hr

Benefits include:

  • Family Membership
  • Paid training
  • On-going regularly scheduled training and development
  • Access to Employee Assistance Program
  • Paid Sick Leave

We are looking to fill this position for a start date as early as March 6, 2024. Training may begin sooner based on the selected candidate’s availability.

All applicants will be reviewed and qualified applicants will be contacted to schedule their in-person interview.

Contact Oz Anarchy, Sr Membership Engagement + Jplay Coordinator oanarchy@tucsonjcc.org

Disability Program Services (DPS) Compliance Manager

SUPERVISOR: Sr. Director of Disability Program Services

A primary function of this and every other job at the “J” is to ensure by whatever rational and legal means necessary that each member, guest, and visitor leaves the “J” feeling just a little better than when they arrived.  The DPS Compliance Manager provides administrative support and customer service to ensure compliance with the Division of Developmental Disabilities (DDD) and other state regulations. The DPS Compliance Manager will provide direct service to members when necessary.

Position Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for maintaining all staff and participant files (including summer camp staff and participants) and all departmental records, data collection sheets, and documentation. This includes incident and accident reports, background checks, and licensure/contract renewal documentation.
  • Responsible for monitoring and regularly auditing all records and documentation, completing an audit report of all findings, and follow-up on any issues/discrepancies to ensure needed corrective action has been taken. This includes scheduling required staff DDD training and updating staff files after training completion.
  • Responsible for maintaining all databases including Therap, Focus, EVV, and other DDD sites.
  • Schedules all participants’ quarterly Person-Centered Service Plans (PCSP) with DPS staff for attendance and goal setting.
  • Provides Arts for All and Taglit Directors with compliance related information and communication needed for participants’ quarterly PCSP meetings.
  • Responsible for maintaining all DDD billing requirements including maintaining sign-in sheets, inputting monthly data and reports, submitting monthly billing to accounting, and billing rejections and follow-up.
  • Will communicate and interact with families (and participants) and work collaboratively with other JCC departments.
  • Provide assistance with developing ongoing education and training as needed.
  • Will attend DPS and staff and leadership meetings and fulfill other responsibilities as assigned.
  • Personal conduct should be professional at all times, including being a positive role model for participants, employees, co-workers, the community, and management.

Qualifications

  • Experience working with people with developmental disabilities
  • Bachelor’s Degree in related field (preferred)
  • Strong written and oral communication skills
  • Excellent organization skills
  • CPR/First-aid, Article 9 Certification, Abuse and Neglect Certification, Fingerprint Clearance Card (all can be obtained after hire)

 

This position is a full-time position and is covered by the Code of Personnel Practices. EOE.

Salary: $17 per hour

Schedule: 8-hour shift; Monday to Friday

Location: Tucson JCC’s Taglit Program (3800 E. River Rd. 85718) and Arts for All Program (2520 N. Oracle Rd 85705)

Benefits:

  • Health insurance
  • Dental insurance
  • Employee assistance program
  • Paid time off
  • Professional development assistance
  • Vision insurance

Tucson J DEI Statement

At the Tucson J, we strive to be a team where everyone is involved, respected, and heard. We recognize the value of all identities, abilities, and experiences, creating a work-place environment where employees feel empowered to be their full selves. An empowerment that resonates a positive impact on our team, and the community we serve. Be you, with us!

Accommodations Statement

The Tucson J is committed to the inclusion of all people of all identities. As part of this commitment, we will work with any employee who believes reasonable accommodation will greatly benefit their ability to be a successful member of the Tucson J team.

Contact Charlie Paige, Senior Director of Disability Program Services at cpaige@tucsonjcc.org or (520) 299-3000 ext. 3168 for more information

Direct Support Professional (DSP) – Disability Program Services

FT/PT: Full-time

Schedule: 8am-4pm M-F

Program: Taglit and Arts for All Day Programs – Learn more here

Job Description: 

The J’s Taglit Day Program provides a small supportive group of young adults with disabilities full-day vocational and enrichment programs. These programs are designed to explore, cultivate, and maximize each individual’s potential.

The J’s Arts for All Day Program aims to help adults with disabilities build confidence, gain meaningful relationships, and develop performing and visual arts skills. We offer daily classes in dance, drama, music, exercise, ceramics, painting, and sketching. 

Direct Support Professionals (DSP) oversee the participants’ health and well-being. While accommodating a wide variety of interests and skill levels, our programming will challenge our participants to improve their character and achieve personal goals. We emphasize wellness, team building, skill development, and social interaction, as well as helping our participants explore their community in new and exciting ways.

Direct Support Professionals (DSP) are responsible for assisting and supporting participants with disabilities while they follow their program schedule. DSPs ensure that all participants are fully included in activities.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Perform all tasks to develop and implement opportunities for each participant to achieve their Person-Centered Service Plan goals
  • Work to ensure the health, safety, and well-being of all program participants
  • Maintain positive communication with parents and other professionals, both internal to the JCC and outside organizations
  • Strong creativity and the ability to have fun, enjoy yourself, your work, and your environment
  • Develop program aids, adaptations, and some lesson plans
  • Work as part of a collaborative team
  • Administer medication
  • Attend staff meetings and trainings
  • Assist to ensure that all contract and license requirements are being met including writing objectives, teaching and behavior plans, data collection, reporting, and lesson plans
  • Good verbal and written communication skills
  • Other responsibilities as assigned

POSITION REQUIREMENTS:

  • Must be able to fulfill physical duties of job including:
  • Lifting and/or assistance with transfers (a minimum of 50lbs)
  • Attending to personal care issues such as feeding, refreshing, and medication
  • Driving JCC vehicles
  • Fitness activities (i.e., participation in yoga, swimming, group sports, and fitness
  • Flexibility: the ability to change assignments with little or no notice

QUALIFICATIONS: 

  • Must be 18 years of age
  • Driver’s License Required
  • Class one fingerprint certification (can be obtained after hire)
  • First Aid & CPR certification (can be obtained after hire)
  • Article 9 training (can be obtained after hire)
  • Any additional certifications a plus (i.e. prevention and support, certified caregiver training, etc.).

Pay rate: $15.35/hour

Full benefits package including JCC membership

Contact Charlie Paige, Senior Director of Disability Program Services at cpaige@tucsonjcc.org or (520) 299-3000 ext. 3168 for more information

General Music Teacher – Tucson JCC’s Arts for All Program

PT/FT: Part-time 5-10 Hours Per Week

Hours: Mon. – Fri.; 10am – 2pm

Program: Arts for All, Tucson JCC Oracle Campus at 2520 N. Oracle Rd, Tucson, AZ, 85705

DESCRIPTION:

The J’s Arts for All day program aims to help adults with disabilities build confidence, gain meaningful relationships, and develop performing and visual arts skills. Daily classes are offered in dance, drama, music, exercise, ceramics, painting, and sketching. In addition, participants attend shows (Arizona Drama Company, Borderlands, Invisible Theatre, and others), parks, pools for therapeutic swimming, libraries, and local museums.

Arts for All is looking for an enthusiastic and creative general music teacher to lead daily music classes. Arts for All’s music program is an integral part of its tradition of bringing the performing arts into the lives of adults with disabilities.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Teach various music styles to groups and individuals 
  • Prepare and implement daily and weekly lesson plans, adapting as needed for each participant
  • Encourage participants to sing and participate in musical activities
  • Maintain a clean and welcoming classroom, assuring all needed materials are on hand
  • Assist with coordination of off-site musical and educational activities for participants
  • Strong creativity and the ability to have fun, enjoy yourself, your work, and your environment
  • Work with others to ensure the health, safety, and well-being of all program participants
  • Attend staff meetings and trainings
  • Good verbal and written communication skills
  • Other responsibilities as assigned

Tucson J DEI Statement

At the Tucson J, we strive to be a team where everyone is involved, respected, and heard. We recognize the value of all identities, abilities, and experiences, creating a work-place environment where employees feel empowered to be their full selves. An empowerment that resonates a positive impact on our team, and the community we serve. Be you, with us!

Accommodations Statement

The Tucson J is committed to the inclusion of all people of all identities. As part of this commitment, we will work with any employee who believes reasonable accommodations will greatly benefit their ability to be a successful member of the Tucson J team.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Minimum of three (3) years teaching general music
  • Experience working with children or adults with developmental disabilities preferred
  • Demonstrate ability to play various musical instruments and lead a group in singing
  • High school graduate
  • Driver’s License Required
  • Class one fingerprint certification (can be obtained after hire)
  • First Aid & CPR certification (can be obtained after hire)
  • Article 9 training (can be obtained after hire)

Pay Rate: Starting $15.35

Contact Missi Alston, Director of Arts for All malston@tucsonjcc.org (520) 622-4100 for more info.

Direct Support Professional – Tucson JCC’s Summer Camp Day Program

PT/FT: Full-time

Hours: 8:30am-4pm M-F; Dates of Employment: May 28th – July 31st.

 Program: Summer Camp, Tucson JCC Main Campus at 3800 E River Rd, Tucson, AZ 85718 

DESCRIPTION:

The J’s Summer Camp Day Program provides a small supportive group of middle and high school-aged children with disabilities full-day summer camp programming. These programs are designed to explore, cultivate, and maximize each individual’s potential.

Direct Support Professionals (DSP) oversee the participants’ health and well-being. While accommodating a wide variety of interests and skill levels, our programming will challenge our participants to improve their character and achieve personal goals. We emphasize wellness, team building, skill development, social interaction, and having fun at summer camp.

Direct Support Professionals (DSP) are responsible for assisting and supporting participants with disabilities while they follow their summer camp program schedule. DSPs ensure that all participants are fully included in activities.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Perform all tasks to develop and implement opportunities for each participant to achieve their Person-Centered Service Plan goals.
  • Work to ensure the health, safety, and well-being of all summer camp participants.
  • Maintain positive communication with parents and other professionals, both internal to the JCC and outside organizations
  • Strong creativity and the ability to have fun, enjoy yourself, your work, and your environment.
  • Develop program aids, adaptations, and some lesson plans.
  • Work as part of a collaborative team.
  • Administer medication.
  • Attend staff meetings and trainings.
  • Assist in ensuring that all contract and license requirements are being met including writing objectives, teaching and behavior plans, data collection, reporting, and lesson plans.
  • Good verbal and written communication skills.
  • Other responsibilities as assigned.

POSITION REQUIREMENTS:

  • Must be able to fulfill physical duties of job including:
  • Lifting and/or assistance with transfers (a minimum of 50lbs)
  • Attending to personal care issues such as feeding, refreshing, and medication
  • Fitness activities (i.e., participation in yoga, swimming, group sports, and fitness
  • Flexibility: the ability to change assignments with little or no notice

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Must be 18 years of age.
  • Driver’s License Required
  • Class one fingerprint certification (can be obtained after hire)
  • First Aid & CPR certification (can be obtained after hire)
  • Article 9 training (can be obtained after hire)
  • Any additional certifications are a plus (i.e. prevention and support, certified caregiver training, etc.).

Pay Rate: $14.85 per hour

Job Type: Full-time

Expected: hours: 35 per week

Benefits:

  • Paid orientation and training
  • Summer position includes JCC membership.

Supervisor: Vero Trujillo, Director of Taglit

Tucson J DEI Statement:

At the Tucson J, we strive to be a team where everyone is involved, respected and heard. We recognize the value of all identities, abilities, and experiences, creating a work-place environment where employees feel empowered to be their full selves. An empowerment that resonates a positive impact on our team, and the community we serve. Be you, with us!

 Accommodations Statement: The Tucson J is committed to the inclusion of all people of all identities. As part of this commitment, we will work with any employee who believes reasonable accommodations will greatly benefit their ability to be a successful member of the Tucson J team.

 Contact: Vero Trujillo, Director of Taglit  vtrujillo@TucsonJCC.org + (520) 299-3000 ext. 3173 for more info.

Assistant Early Childhood Education Teacher

Full Time Year-round

8 hour shift M-F between 7am-6pm

A primary function of this and every other job at the “J” is to ensure by whatever rational and legal means necessary that each member, guest and visitor leave the “J” feeling just a little better than when they arrived. The Classroom Assistant Teacher functions as a support person for the Lead Teacher.  Although assigned to a specific classroom, they must be willing to assist in any room as temporarily reassigned to maintain ratio.   

Position Responsibilities:

Reporting directly to the Classroom Lead Teacher and the ECE Director, the Classroom Assistant Teacher is responsible for:

  1. having a working knowledge of the mission, goals and policies of the Tucson Jewish Community Center and the Early Childhood Department
  2. ensuring the overall functioning and quality of the ECE program, including the safety and welfare of all children and the safety and appropriateness of all activities
  3. acting as a representative of the ECE program and the Center; must always portray professional image
  4. knowing correct procedures for opening and closing a room, greeting parents and children, checking identification at pick-up, diaper changing, safety and emergency procedures and all other ECE procedures.
  5. assisting in preparing assigned classroom activities- may be asked to plan and implement specific activities and work with individual children or groups of children participating in all activities including swimming, gym, music and other special activities
  6. following directions of lead teacher and/or Directors concerning appropriate practices
  7. maintaining health (including diapering and toileting) and safety standards
  8. maintaining professional relationships with parents and teachers
  9. assisting with classroom record keeping
  10. overseeing and helping with snack, lunch and cleanup
  11. continuing professional growth by participating in faculty meetings, in-services and a minimum of 18 hours of formal ECE training through workshop attendance or college classes yearly
  12. respecting confidentiality of each child, parent, faculty member and all Center issues
  13. maintaining current fingerprint clearance status and TB testing
  14. maintaining open and ongoing communication with Lead Teacher and Directors and accepting additional duties or projects as designated.

Qualifications

  1. minimum of a high school diploma- some college or CDA training and prior experience working with children preferred
  2. desire to continue professional growth and training in the early childhood and the ability to implement training and program goals and standards
  3. ability to relate patiently, positively and sensitively to children, parents and other faculty members
  4. ability to communicate and to understand and carry out written and verbal directions
  5. display evidence of emotional maturity and stability including ability to handle difficult situations and to use supervision constructively
  6. ability to assist with instruction and related activities in a classroom
  7. ability to perform physical tasks associated with childcare, including but not limited to hearing and speaking, reading, swift movement, transitioning from varying indoor & outdoor locations, providing assistance by bending, lifting, crouching, carrying and/or reaching overhead.
  8. meet any additional qualifications set forth in our by our DHS licensing

Rate: starting at $14.25/ hr

Joline Riddle, Director of Early Childhood Education

Contact Joline Riddle, Director of Early Childhood Education, at Tucson JCC, 520.299.3000 jriddle@tucsonjcc.org

Early Childhood Support Faculty

Part Time

8-29hrs a week

M-F 7am-6pm

Reporting directly to the Classroom Lead Teacher and ECE Directors, the support faculty is responsible for:

  1. having a working knowledge of the mission, goals and policies of the Tucson Jewish Community Center and the Early Childhood Department
  2. insuring the overall functioning and quality of the ECE program, including the safety and welfare of all children and the safety and appropriateness of all activities
  3. acting as a representative of the ECE program and the Center; must portray professional image at all times
  4. knowing correct procedures for opening and closing a room, greeting parents and children, checking identification at pick-up, diaper changing, safety and emergency procedures and all other ECE procedures.
  5. assisting in preparing assigned classroom activities- may be asked to plan and implement specific activities and work with individual children or groups of children participating in all activities including swimming, gym, music and other special activities
  6. following directions of lead teacher and/or Directors concerning appropriate practices
  7. maintaining health (including diapering and toileting) and safety standards
  8. maintaining professional relationships with parents and faculty
  9. assisting with classroom record keeping
  10. overseeing and helping with snack, lunch and cleanup
  11. continuing professional growth by participating in faculty meetings, in-services and a minimum of18 hours of formal ECE training through workshop attendance or college classes yearly
  12. respecting confidentiality of each child, parent, faculty member and all Center issues
  13. maintaining current fingerprint clearance status and TB testing
  14. maintaining open and ongoing communication with Lead Teacher and Directors and accepting additional duties or projects as designated.
  15. being flexible and accepting of daily room assignment(s)

Qualifications

  1. minimum of a high school diploma- some college or CDA training and prior experience working with children preferred
  2. desire to continue professional growth and training in the early childhood and the ability to implement training and program goals and standards
  3. ability to relate patiently, positively and sensitively to children, parents and other faculty members
  4. ability to communicate and to understand and carry out written and verbal directions
  5. display evidence of emotional maturity and stability including ability to handle difficult situations and to use supervision constructively
  6. ability to assist with instruction and related activities in a classroom
  7. ability to perform physical tasks associated with childcare, including but not limited to hearing and speaking, reading, swift movement, transitioning from varying indoor and outdoor locations, providing assistance by bending, lifting, crouching, carrying and/or reaching overhead.
  8. meet any additional qualifications set forth in our by our DHS licensing

Rate: $13-$14 an hour

Contact Joline Riddle, Director of Early Childhood Education at jriddle@tucsonjcc.org

Fitness Center Associate

HOURS:                     Part Time, up to 25 hours per week

SUPERVISOR:          Fitness Center Coordinator

PAY RATE:                Starting at $14.35 

A primary function of this and every other job at the Tucson J is to ensure by whatever rational, ethical and legal means possible that every member, guest and visitor leave the “J” feeling just a little better than when they arrived.

As an ambassador of the JCC, the Fitness Center Associates represent the JCC to members and clients by delivering a positive fitness experience leading to member retention and client acquisition and retention.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

  • Always maintain safety and order as primary focus during shift.
  • Greet all customers with a warm and welcoming attitude.
  • Create Community
  • Move around the room to be able to see all the vantage points of the entire fitness area.
  • Enforce facility rules.
  • Keep the facility tidy and clean per scheduled cleaning protocol. Pay attention to detail.
  • Offer safe and appropriate training advice when asked and when safety is of concern.
  • Stop all unruly and unsafe behavior.
  • Provide CPR/First Aid/AED when needed.
  • Track group fitness class numbers and weight room audit numbers accurately.
  • Be familiar with Sports and Wellness programming.

QUALIFICATIONS (Knowledge, Skills & Abilities):

  • Understand principles of physical fitness and proper exercise technique.
  • Ability to communicate clearly and concisely, both verbally and in writing.
  • Adjust and operate fitness equipment.
  • Ability to perform a variety of exercise routines.
  • Possess excellent customer service skills.

REQUIRED: High School Diploma or GED

REQUIRED: Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and Automated External Defibrillator (AED) certification

PREFERRED:

  • Bachelor s Degree in a related field preferred.
  • National Certification.
  • Personal Trainer experience.

This position is a part-time non-exempt position that may include weekend days and/or evenings and is covered by the Code of Personnel Practices for Professional Staff.

Contact Clive Roberts, at croberts@tucsonjcc.org for more information.

Sarver Tennis Center Program CoordinatorFT/PT: Part-Time

Hours: 12-15 hours/week + court time (lessons + clinics)

Supervisor: Supervisor: Sr. Director of Wellness 

Job Description: 

A primary function of this and every other job at the “J” is to ensure by whatever rational and legal means necessary that each member, guest, and visitor leave the “J” feeling just a little bit better then when they arrived.

The Sarver Tennis Center Program Coordinator is responsible for the oversight of the department including tennis, pickleball, racquetball and squash. He/she will be responsible for the planning, developing, marketing, administering all racquet sports programming, including individual and group lessons, clinics, and camps, in addition to supporting and running tournaments and other events.

The Sarver Tennis Center Program Coordinator is responsible for providing a top-notch racquet sports experience to all members and guests via hospitality, innovative programming, embracing all skill levels and ages, timely communication & promotion, recruitment & training of staff.

The Sarver Tennis Center Program Coordinator will support, manage, and empower a team of assistant professionals; he/she will be naturally friendly with a supportive leadership style and will have a desire to develop an ambitious Assistant Professional staff.

The Sarver Tennis Center Program Coordinator will train staff in JCC policies, customer service, and membership practices along with the Sr. Membership Associate/Wellness Admin. He/she will be Responsible for budget preparation, implementation, and monitoring; all maintenance and purchasing of equipment and supplies for the department; and will ensure a safe and enjoyable environment by ongoing monitoring and maintenance of the facility and the personnel.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Greet customers, answer questions, and help assign courts to members and guests- respond to phone messages and emails ASAP (within 24 hours or less)
  • Work together with Tennis and Pickleball Professionals to promote and communicate program offerings to JCC members and guests-promote membership at the J.
  • Help with clinics, programs, and other on court activities as needed.
  • Coordinate with front desk on reservations, court schedule, charges for lessons and clinics, and member/guest’s questions and inquiries
  • Review daily, weekly, and monthly reports for STC-check payments and activities at STC including lessons, clinics, programs, and other sales (stringing)
  • Create, implement, and monitor a budget for Sarver Tennis Center in coordination with Sr. Director of Wellness
  • Oversee and assist in hiring additional STC staff.
  • Identify and report STC maintenance issues to Sr. Director of Wellness-purchase equipment and supplies for STC.
  • Email a weekly recap of activity and issues to the Sr. Director of Wellness
  • Be a leader and a team player.

Experience Team

  • As a member of the Experience team, this position will act as a Manager on Duty when in the building. The Sports & Rec. Program Coordinator will act as a utility player for all areas within the Wellness Department.

POSITION REQUIREMENTS:

  • Must be able to fulfill physical duties of job including:
  • Lifting and/or assistance with transfers (a minimum of 50lbs)
  • Attending to personal care issues such as feeding, refreshing, and medication
  • Driving JCC vehicles
  • Fitness activities (i.e., participation in yoga, swimming, group sports, and fitness
  • Flexibility: the ability to change assignments with little or no notice

QUALIFICATIONS: 

  • Ability to be creative and innovative.
  • Experience as Director of Racquet Sports or equivalent position with prior supervisory experience preferred.
  • Strong interpersonal relationship skills, communication, and organizational skills
  • Excellent communication skills (both written and verbal)
  • Computer proficiency (spreadsheet, word-processing, and database software)
  • Enthusiasm for developing and marketing programs racquet sports programs to participants of all ages and levels.
  • Experience in gathering customer feedback (both adults and youth) and analyzing the results.
  • Ability to have fun and enjoy oneself, work, human contacts, and the environment.

Pay rate: starting at $20 + Commission 

Full benefits package including JCC membership

Contact Amy Dowe, Senior Director of Wellness Program Services at ADowe@tucsonjcc.org or (520) 299-3000 ext. 8251 for more information

Group Fitness Instructor

FT/PT: Part Time

Schedule: Based on availability and fitness center needs 1+hr per week

Job Description: Provide instruction for a variety of fitness classes

Tailor each class to the participants, paying attention to people’s age, fitness levels, and any injuries or health concerns

Assist participants throughout the class

Ensure participant safety by monitoring techniques and equipment usage

Foster an inclusive environment for members         

Qualifications: Current CPR/First Aid,

Current certification to teach:

Aqua Aerobics/Aqua Fit

Indoor Cycling

TRX

Les Mills Body Pump

Les Mills Body Combat

Les Mills Body Balance

Barre

Free Style Formats in Stretch, Balance, Strength, Conditioning

Pay Rate:: Based on experience, starting at $25/hour 

Contact Clive Roberts at croberts@tucsonjcc.org for more information.

Group Swim Instructor

Swim instructors are supervised by the Director of Athletics and Aquatics. Swim Instructors teach specific skills and lead activities in the water by following class plans developed by Aquatics staff. Swim Instructors help swimmers develop a positive and safe relationship with the water by meeting swimmers at their level and developing a trusting relationship with the swimmers. Instructors prepare for classes ahead of time and ensure equipment used during classes is put away after use. Swim Instructors for group lessons also prepare checklist-style report cards at the end of each session that report on each athlete’s progress in the class. 

Instructors maintain constant surveillance of students in the water and, in the case of an emergency or incident, assist lifeguards in providing emergency care and treatment as required until the arrival of emergency medical services.

FT/PT: Part-Time

Schedule: Sun 10:30am-12pm, Monday-Thursday 9am-1pm and 4:30-6pm; weekly schedule will remain consistent.

Skills Requested:

  • Knowledgeable in instruction of all four strokes, starts, turns, and finishes, with the ability to explain and model skills
  • Ability to pass a pre-employment physical skills evaluation as stipulated by the department
  • Ability to teach all levels of group swim:
    Parent & Me (6 mo.-3 years)
    Preschool Levels 1-3 (3-5 years)
    Learn to Swim Levels 1-3 (5-12 years)
  • Ability to set clear expectations and use positive reinforcement to manage behavior
  • Ability to work with students of all ages (6 months to adult)
  • Presents professional appearance in full coverage swim suit 
  • Presents professional attitude at all times and maintains a high standard of member care
  • Ability to react calmly and effectively in assisting lifeguards during emergency situations 
  • Ability to prepare routine administrative paperwork
  • Ability to follow routine verbal and written instructions
  • Knowledge of customer service standards and procedures 
  • WSI Certification
  • ISR Certification
 
 

Pay rate: $15-$25

Benefits

  • Individual Fitness Membership 
  • Paid training 
  • On-going regularly scheduled training and development 
  • Opportunity for growth 

This position is a part of the Experience Team and reports directly to the Athletics & Aquatics Director. 

Contact Mallory Shenker, Athletics & Aquatics Director at mshenker@tucsonjcc.org or 520.299.3000 ext. 8255 for more information

Private Swim Instructor

Swim instructors are supervised by the Director of Athletics and Aquatics. Swim Instructors teach specific skills and lead activities in the water by following class plans developed by Aquatics staff. Swim Instructors help swimmers develop a positive and safe relationship with the water by meeting swimmers at their level and developing a trusting relationship with the swimmers. Instructors prepare for classes ahead of time and ensure equipment used during classes is put away after use. Swim instructors for private lessons work with swimmers one-on-one (or two/three-to-one in the case of semi-private lessons) for 30 or 60 minutes.  

Instructors maintain constant surveillance of students in the water and, in the case of an emergency or incident, assist lifeguards in providing emergency care and treatment as required until the arrival of emergency medical services.  

FT/PT: Part-time (Full-time Seasonal) 

Schedule:Private instructors have flexibility to create their own schedules and swimmers schedule with instructors directly 

Skills Requested:

  • Knowledgeable in instruction of all four strokes, starts, turns, and finishes, with the ability to explain and model skills
  • Ability to pass a pre-employment physical skills evaluation as stipulated by the department
  • Ability to set clear expectations and use positive reinforcement to manage behavior
  • Ability to work with students of all ages (6 months to adult)
  • Presents professional appearance in full coverage swim suit 
  • Presents professional attitude at all times and maintains a high standard of member care
  • Ability to react calmly and effectively in assisting lifeguards during emergency situations 
  • Ability to prepare routine administrative paperwork
  • Ability to follow routine verbal and written instructions
  • Knowledge of customer service standards and procedures 
  • WSI Certification
  • ISR Certification
 

Pay rate: $15-$25

Benefits

  • Individual Fitness Membership 
  • Paid training 
  • On-going regularly scheduled training and development 
  • Opportunity for growth 

This position is a part of the Experience Team and reports directly to the Athletics & Aquatics Director. 

Contact Mallory Shenker, Athletics & Aquatics Director at mshenker@tucsonjcc.org or 520.299.3000 ext. 8255 for more information

Certified Personal Trainer

FT/PT: Part-time

Schedule/Availability:

Sunday anywhere between 8am-6pm as needed, Monday-Thursday anywhere between 2:30pm-8:30pm as needed

Job Description:

The Tucson J is seeking a knowledgeable coach for the following sports: basketball, flag football, volleyball, and soccer with youth coaching experience. Coaches needed to coach youth clinics for children 3-14 years old. The coach will organize and execute 30-45-minute group practices. As a part of the Sports & Recreation team, the youth sports coach will be expected to ensure the health and safety of all patrons around the gymnasium and softball field at all times. All Youth Sports Coaches may also instruct Private (1-on-1) and Semi-Private (2-6 participants) on a flexible schedule. 

Qualifications + Certifications: 

  • Experience coaching children 3-14 years old in the above-specified sports. Must be reliable, punctual, self-motivated, and effectively communicative.
  • Preferred First Aid/CPR certification. 

Pay rate: $14.50/hour for Clinics/League, $15/hour Private/Semi-Private Lessons

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Contact Mallory Shenker, Athletics + Aquatics Director at mshenker@tucsonjcc.org for more information.

Hours: Part-time

Supervisor: Racquet Sports Program Coordinator

The Tucson J seeks a tennis professional for our six hard-court tennis center. As a part of the Wellness Department + Experience Team, the Tennis Instructor should always maintain safety and order as a primary focus and should greet all customers with a warm and welcoming attitude. The successful candidate will work with several other professionals, reporting directly to the Racquet Sports Program Coordinator.

A primary function of this and every other job at the Tucson J is to ensure by whatever rational, ethical, and legal means possible that every member, guest, and visitor leaves the “J” feeling just a little better than when they arrived.

SCHEDULE:

Sunday-Friday, daytime and evening hours available. Availability to cover vacation and sick callouts is appreciated. Weekly clinic schedule will remain consistent. Private lessons and court booking for said lessons is the responsibility of each instructor.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

  • Have a deep knowledge of the intricacies of the game.
  • Enforce facility rules.
  • Familiarity with Sports and Wellness programming.
  • Follow the court reservation system to ensure a smooth and even flow of traffic on and off courts.
  • Offer instructional services including small groups, clinics, private, and semi-private lessons, and team coaching.
  • Follow the session plans and program structure defined by the Racquet Sports Program Coordinator.
  • Attends staff and facility meetings.
  • Promotes the facility and its amenities to potential members when applicable.
  • Other duties as assigned.

REQUIRED:

  • Must be an experienced player.
  • Strong team player.
  • Solid administrative skills
  • Excellent customer service skills and strong work ethic.
  • USTA Safe Play Certification
  • CPR/AED Certification
  • Teaching certification from USTA, USPTA, PTR, and/or ITF current or within six months of employment

PREFERRED:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in a related field
  • 3+ years as a tennis professional

PAY:

$25/hr based on experience + commission

Contact Amanda Reller, Racquet Sports Program Coordinator at areller@tucsonjcc.org of (520) 618-5062 for more information

Hours: Part-time

Supervisor: Director of Athletics + Aquatics

A primary function of this and every other job at the Tucson J is to ensure by whatever rational, ethical and legal means possible that every member, guest and visitor leaves the “J” feeling just a little better than when they arrived.

As an ambassador of the JCC, the Fitness Center Associates represent the JCC to members and clients by delivering a positive fitness experience leading to member retention and client acquisition and retention.

SCHEDULE:

This position is a part-time non-exempt position that may include weekend days and/or evenings and is covered by the Code of Personnel Practices for Professional Staff.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

A knowledgeable coach for the following extracurricular activities: dance, gymnastics and music for toddlers from ages 2-3. The coach will organize and execute 30-45-minute group practices. As a part of the Sports & Recreation team, the coach will be expected to always ensure the health and safety of all patrons around the gymnasium and fitness areas.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Experience coaching/working with children 2-4 years old in the above-specified activities or something similar. Must be reliable, punctual, self-motivated, and effectively communicative.

PAY:

13.50/hour

Contact , at mshenker@tucsonjcc.org or jthurmond@tucsonjcc.org for more information.

Tumbling/Gymnastics Coach 

FT/PT: Part-time 

Schedule/Availability: 

Sunday anywhere between 8am – 6pm as needed, Monday-Thursday anywhere between 2:30pm – 8:30pm as needed 

Job Description: 

The Tucson J is seeking a knowledgeable and experienced Tumbling/Gymnastics Coach with coaching experience for children 10 – 17 years old. The coach will organize and execute 30 – 45 minute group practices. As a part of the Sports & Recreation team, the Tumbling/Gymnastics Coach will be expected to ensure the health and safety of all patrons around the gymnasium and softball field at all times. All Youth Sports Coaches may also instruct Private (1-on-1) and Semi-Private (2 – 6 participants) on a flexible schedule.  

Qualifications + Certifications:  

  • Experience coaching children 11 – 17 years old in the above-specified sport/s. Must be reliable, punctual, self-motivated, and effectively communicative. 
  • Preferred First Aid/CPR certification 
  • Preferred USA Gymnastics Certified  

Pay rate: $15/hour for Group Classes, $20/hour Private/Semi-Private Lessons 

Contact Mallory Shenker, Athletics + Aquatics Director at mshenker@tucsonjcc.org for more information.

Youth Basketball Referee 

FT/PT: Part-time 

Schedule/Availability: 

Sunday anywhere between 12pm – 3pm as needed, Wednesday anywhere between 5pm – 8:30pm as needed 

Job Description: 

The Tucson J is seeking knowledgeable and experienced Youth Basketball Referees. Referees needed to referee seasonal youth basketball leagues for children 6-17 years old. As a part of the Sports & Recreation team, all Youth Basketball Referees will be expected to ensure the health and safety of all patrons around the gymnasium and softball field at all times.  

Qualifications + Certifications:  

  • Experience reffing basketball games with children 6-17 years old. Must be reliable, punctual, self-motivated, and effectively communicative. 
  • Preferred First Aid/CPR certification 
  • Preferred Referee Certification 

Pay rate: $25/game 

Contact Mallory Shenker, Athletics + Aquatics Director at mshenker@tucsonjcc.org for more information.

Dance Instructor

FT/PT: Part-time

Schedule/Availability:

Sunday anywhere between 8am – 6pm as needed, Monday-Thursday anywhere between 2:30pm – 8:30pm as needed

Job Description:

The Tucson J is seeking a knowledgeable and experienced Dance Instructor with coaching experience for children 2-10 years old. The coach will organize and execute 30 – 45-minute group practices. As a part of the Sports & Recreation team, the instructor will be expected to ensure the health and safety of all patrons around the fitness studio rooms and gymnasium. All Youth Sports Coaches can also instruct Private (1-on-1) and Semi-Private (2 – 6 participants) on a flexible schedule.

Qualifications + Certifications:

Experience coaching children 2 – 12 years old in the above-specified sport/s preferred. Must be reliable, punctual, self-motivated, and effectively communicative.

Preferred First Aid/CPR certification

Pay rate: $15/hour for Group Classes, $20/hour Private/Semi-Private Lessons

Contact Qua Thurmond, Sports & Rec Program Specialist at jthurmond@tucsonjcc.org.

Ballet Instructor

FT/PT: Part-time

Schedule/Availability:

Sunday anywhere between 8am – 6pm as needed, Monday-Thursday anywhere between 2:30pm – 8:30pm as needed

Job Description:

The Tucson J is seeking a knowledgeable and experienced Ballet Coach with coaching experience for children 2-10 years old. The coach will organize and execute 30 – 45-minute group practices. As a part of the Sports & Recreation team, the Ballet Coach will be expected to ensure the health and safety of all patrons around the fitness studio rooms and gymnasium. All Youth Sports Coaches can also instruct Private (1-on-1) and Semi-Private (2 – 6 participants) on a flexible schedule.

Qualifications + Certifications:

Experience coaching children 2 – 12 years old in the above-specified sport/s preferred. Must be reliable, punctual, self-motivated, and effectively communicative.

Preferred First Aid/CPR certification

Pay rate: $15/hour for Group Classes, $20/hour Private/Semi-Private Lessons

Contact Qua Thurmond, Sports & Rec Program Specialist at jthurmond@tucsonjcc.org.

Sparks Cheer Coach

FT/PT: Part-time

Schedule/Availability:

Mondays & Wednesdays 4:30-7:00

Job Description:

The Tucson J is seeking a knowledgeable and experienced Cheer Coach who is comfortable working with people with disabilities. The coach will organize and execute an hour and 30-minute group practices. As a part of the Sports & Recreation team, the coach will be expected to ensure the health and safety of all patrons around the fitness studio rooms and gymnasium. All Youth Sports Coaches can also instruct Private (1-on-1) and Semi-Private (2 – 6 participants) on a flexible schedule. We highly encourage cheer coaches to take on tumbling/gymnastics private lessons that become available.

Qualifications + Certifications:

Experience coaching or working will others in a team environment along with cheer experience. Must be reliable, punctual, self-motivated, and effectively communicative.

Preferred First Aid/CPR certification

Pay rate: $15/hour for Group Classes, $20/hour for Private/Semi-Private Lessons

Contact Qua Thurmond, Sports & Rec Program Specialist at jthurmond@tucsonjcc.org or Mallory Shenker, Athletics & Aquatics Director, at mshenker@tucsonjcc.org

Job Title: Stingray Swim Team Assistant Coach 

PT/FT: Part Time Position 

Schedule: Varies by group assignment but falls within M-Th 4:30-7:30pm, F 4:306pm, Sa 8:30am-4pm; June and July (and winter break) additional hours M-F 8:30-11:30am 

Job Description: Generally, Assistant swim coaches provide support to the Head Coach and athletes on the Tucson J Stingrays Swim Team. Assistant coaches may be asked to write and lead in-water practices for groups of 10-30 athletes. Assistant coaches may coach on their own, or in conjunction with another coach on deck. 

This Swim Team Assistant Coach will also assist with additional administrative duties, including but not limited to completing meet entries, onboarding new and returning athletes, communicating with current and prospective Team families via email and phone, staffing and coordinating open tryouts and returning swimmer assessments, tracking volunteer obligations, fundraising reporting, communicating with J staff and departments, updating the Team website, acting as a transport coordinator for athletes participating in other programs on the J campus, and managing registration and checking rosters.  

Requirements: 

  • Current USA Swimming Coaching Certifications in good standing, or the ability to complete USA Swimming Coaching Certification prior to employment 
  • Current American Red Cross (or USA Swimming recognized equivalent) CPR, First Aid, Safety Training for Swim Coaches; Concussion Protocol Training, Background Check, USADA Coaches Advantage, Athlete Protection Training, USA Swimming Coaching courses, or the ability to complete these items prior to employment 

Preferred:  

  • Knowledgeable in swim instruction and coaching, with an eye for teaching and correcting technique in all four strokes, starts, turns, and finishes 
  • Ability to work with young swimmers of varying abilities 
  • Ability to balance enthusiasm and patience, with a focus on improving athlete technique while making the sport fun 
  • Ability to exhibit Team values of hard work, the pursuit of excellence, and mutual respect for athletes, coaching staff, and competitors, performance, sportsmanship, and athlete protection 
  • Ability and willingness to travel to local and travel swim meets (predominantly within Arizona) 
  • Ability to communicate clearly with athletes, parents, other coaching staff, and other patrons at the Tucson JCC  
  • One year competitive swim coaching experience, OR two years swim instruction experience, OR three years competitive swimming experience within the last five years 
  • Ability to motivate others toward pursuing team goals and building the team 
  • Highly collaborative and committed to working with other coaching staff to better the team and individual athletes 
  • Committed to fostering an inclusive environment that values diversity and equity 
  • Able to ensure the health and safety of all patrons on and around the pool 

Rate of Pay: Starting at $16.50/hour

Direct supervisor: Marika Hodge, Tucson J Stingrays Swim Team Head Coach

DEI Statement: At the Tucson J, we strive to be a team where everyone is involved, respected, and heard. We recognize the value of all identities, abilities, and experiences, creating a workplace environment where employees feel empowered to be their full selves. An empowerment that resonates with a positive impact on our team, and the community we serve. Be you, with us!

It is the policy of the Tucson Jewish Community Center (The J) to provide equal employment opportunity (EEO) to all persons regardless of age, color, national origin, citizenship status, physical or mental disability, race, religion, creed, gender, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, genetic information, marital status, status with regard to public assistance, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local law. In addition, The Tucson J will provide reasonable accommodation for qualified individuals with disabilities.

Accommodations Statement: The Tucson J is committed to the inclusion of all people of all identities. As part of this commitment, we will work with any employee who believes reasonable accommodation will benefit their ability to be a successful member of the team.

Contact: Marika Hodge, Tucson J Stingrays Swim Team Head Coach, mhodge@tucsonjcc.org 

Job Title: Stingray Pups Swim Instructor 

PT/FT: Part Time Position 

Schedule: Seasonal (currently March through May but may extend longer into the summer), T-Th 4:15-5:15pm 

Job Description: Generally, Pups Instructors work with athletes to hone skills that will prepare them for success on the Swim Team. Instructors teach lessons from inside and outside the water, and work with small groups of swimmers on the fundamentals of competitive swimming. Pups Instructors work alongside several other instructors and at all times model and hold participants to Team values.

Requirements: 

  • Current American Red Cross (or USA Swimming recognized equivalent) CPR/First Aid/AED; Safety Training for Swim Coaches OR Lifeguard; or the ability to complete these items prior to employment. 

Preferred:  

  • Current USA Swimming Coaching Certifications in good standing, or the ability to complete USA Swimming Coaching Certification prior to employment  
  • Current USA Swimming recognized Concussion Protocol Training, Background Check, USADA Coaches Advantage, Athlete Protection Training, USA Swimming Coaching courses, or the ability to complete these items prior to employment 
  • Knowledgeable in swim instruction and coaching, with an eye for teaching and correcting technique in all four strokes, starts, turns, and finishes  
  • Ability to work with young swimmers of varying abilities  
  • Ability to balance enthusiasm and patience, with a focus on improving athlete technique while making the sport fun  
  • Ability to exhibit Team values of hard work, the pursuit of excellence, and mutual respect for athletes, coaching staff, and competitors, performance, sportsmanship, and athlete protection  
  • Ability to communicate clearly with athletes, parents, other coaching staff, and other patrons at the Tucson JCC   
  • One year swim instruction experience, OR three years competitive swimming experience within the last five years  
  • Ability to motivate others toward pursuing team goals and building the team  
  • Highly collaborative and committed to working with other coaching staff to better the team and individual athletes  
  • Committed to fostering an inclusive environment that values diversity and equity  
  • Able to ensure the health and safety of all patrons on and around the pool.

Rate of Pay: Starting at $16.50/hour (depending on experience) 

Direct supervisor: Marika Hodge, Tucson J Stingrays Swim Team Head Coach 

DEI Statement: At the Tucson J, we strive to be a team where everyone is involved, respected, and heard. We recognize the value of all identities, abilities, and experiences, creating a workplace environment where employees feel empowered to be their full selves. An empowerment that resonates with a positive impact on our team, and the community we serve. Be you, with us!

It is the policy of the Tucson Jewish Community Center (The J) to provide equal employment opportunity (EEO) to all persons regardless of age, color, national origin, citizenship status, physical or mental disability, race, religion, creed, gender, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, genetic information, marital status, status with regard to public assistance, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local law. In addition, The Tucson J will provide reasonable accommodation for qualified individuals with disabilities.

Accommodations Statement: The Tucson J is committed to the inclusion of all people of all identities. As part of this commitment, we will work with any employee who believes reasonable accommodation will benefit their ability to be a successful member of the team.

Contact: Marika Hodge, Tucson J Stingrays Swim Team Head Coach, mhodge@tucsonjcc.org 

 

Job Title: Lifeguard

Type: This position is a part-time non-exempt position that may include mornings, days, nights, and weekends.

Schedule: Sunday-Saturday, morning, daytime, and evening hours available. May include weekends. I appreciate your availability to cover vacation and sick callouts for other team members.

General Job Statement: Lifeguards, along with swim coaches and instructors, are a part of the Aquatics Department and Experience Team. They ensure the safety and positive experience of all users on the pool deck. Duties include but are not limited to monitoring the patrons in and around the pool, greeting guests and members, maintaining the cleanliness of the pool, along with cross-training with the Membership & other Wellness Departments. Additional aquatic employment opportunities, like swim lesson instruction, are available based on experience.

Skills Requested:

  • Confidence to work alone and adaptability to work within a team
  • Must have a friendly and outgoing personality
  • Strong communication and decision-making skills
  • Physical ability to walk and stand for long periods of time and to lift 50lbs

Qualifications+ Certifications

  • American Red Cross Certified Lifeguard

Rate of pay: $16.35/hour

Direct supervisor: Jesse Wuoti, Aquatics Coordinator

DEI Statement: At the Tucson J, we strive to be a team where everyone is involved, respected, and heard.We recognize the value of all identities, abilities, and experiences, creating a workplace environment.where employees feel empowered to be their full selves. An empowerment that resonates with a positive impact on our team, and the community we serve. Be you, with us! It is the policy of the Tucson Jewish Community Center (The J) to provide equal employment opportunity. (EEO) to all persons regardless of age, color, national origin, citizenship status, physical or mental disability, race, religion, creed, gender, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, genetic information, marital status, status with regard to public assistance, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state, or local law. In addition, The Tucson J will provide reasonable. accommodation for qualified individuals with disabilities.

Accommodations Statement: The Tucson J is committed to the inclusion of all people of all identities. As part of this commitment, we will work with any employee who believes reasonable accommodation will. benefit their ability to be a successful member of the team.

Contact: Jesse Wuoti, Aquatics Coordinator at jwuoti@tucsonjcc.org or (520) 349-1996 ext. 8116 for more information

 

Camp J staff work as a team to provide an intentional summer experience where all campers can discover, learn, and grow. These dynamic individuals will be responsible for the care and safety of the campers through out Camp J. Pay rate for each position varies based on what that position is and the experience of the applicant. All Camp J staff will be responsible for upholding the policies and philosophy of camp, exuding spirit and maintaining a positive attitude

Responsible for supervising and coaching Shalom (rising K-2nd grade) staff. Pay start at $15.25

Will be assisting the DEI Specialist with day to day camp needs in the Inclusion Program. Pay starts at $15.25

Along with a co-counselor, you will be responsible for campers in your group throughout the day. Pay starts at $14.35 an hour

Part time Counselor responsible for campers during pre and post care from 6:45am-9am and 3:45pm-6pm. Pay starts at $14.35 an hour

Works within 1-1, 1-2, or 1-3 ratios with our campers in the inclusion program. Previous knowledge and skills working with campers with disabilities is preferred. Pay starts at $14.35 an hour

Has experience, specialized skill, or training in “classroom management” and leading art activities with rising K-8th graders. Pay starts at $15.00 an hour

Has experience, specialized skill, or training in leading active/sports related activities outside and inside with rising K-8th graders. Pay starts at $15.00 an hour

Has experience, specialized skill, or training in “classroom management” and leading STEM/Experiential Learning activities with rising K-8th graders. Pay starts at $15.00 an hour

Has experience, specialized skill, or training in “classroom management” and leading Music/Israeli Song activities with rising K-8th graders. Pay starts at $15.00 an hour

Repair the world is expanded into service of others, self-care, and diversity/inclusion. Applicant Has experience, specialized skill, or training in “classroom management” and leading Service Projects with rising K-8th graders. Pay starts at $15.00 an hour

Has experience, specialized skill, or training in “classroom management” and leading Woodworking activities with rising K-8th graders. Pay starts at $15.00 an hour

Providing first aid care to campers who are hurt or sick, keep track of all medications and allergies Pay starts at $16.00 an hour

To apply for positions with Camp J use the button below to submit an application. (Please do not use the apply now button at the top of this page.) Happy Camping!

Regular business operating hours:

  • Monday – Thursday: 5 am – 8:30 pm
  • Friday: 5 am – 6 pm
  • Saturday & Sunday: 7am – 6pm

Benefits for all employees include:

  • Individual Fitness Membership for PT positions and Family membership for FT
  • Paid training
  • On-going regularly scheduled training and development
  • Discounts on programs and services

DEI Statement

At the Tucson J, we strive to be a team where everyone is involved, respected, and heard. We recognize the value of all identities, abilities, and experiences, creating a work-place environment where employees feel empowered to be their full selves. An empowerment that resonates a positive impact on our team, and the community we serve. Be you, with us!

It is the policy of The Tucson Jewish Community Center (“Tucson J”) to provide equal employment opportunity (EEO) to all persons regardless of age, color, national origin, citizenship status, physical or mental disability, race, religion, creed, gender, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, genetic information, marital status, status with regard to public assistance, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local law. In addition, The Tucson J will provide reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities.

Accommodations Statement

The Tucson J is committed to the inclusion of all people of all identities. As part of this commitment, we will work with any employee who believes reasonable accommodations will benefit their ability to be a successful member of the Tucson J team.

 

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