As a Y employee, you are part of an organization that makes a difference in the lives of others. Together YMCAs make up the largest non-profit community service organization in America. If you would like to make a positive impact in our community, we may have a position for you.

Current Open Positions:

YMCA Lifeguard Certification Class 

Class 1: April 29-May1 & May 6-8

Class 2: May 13-15 & May 20-22

Class 3: June 3-5 & June 10-12 

$200 course fee waived for participants intending to use YLG or YASA certification to work or volunteer in Superior YMCA Programs. 

For more information e-mail


Please indicate all areas of interest on your application, even if a current opening does not exist. Applications are retained as current for 3 months. Employment applications are available at the Member Services Desk or click on the application link above. Bring completed applications to 9 N 21st Street. Find our fillable application here

The YMCA provides equal opportunity in employment to all staff members and applicants for employment regardless of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, marital status, sexual orientation, status with regard to public assistance, membership, or activity in a local commission, disability, age or other legally protected status. Equal employment opportunity applies to all facets of employment, pre-employment, and the terms and conditions of employment, as well as discharge from employment. The Y operates in accordance with all applicable Equal Employment Opportunity laws, directives, and regulations of federal, state, and local governing bodies or agencies.

The YMCA’s policy and practice is to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act and ensure equal employment opportunity for all qualified persons with disabilities. The YMCA is committed to ensuring non-discrimination in all terms, conditions, and privileges of employment. Reasonable accommodations will be made available to all staff members and applicants, including worksite accessibility, as long as the accommodation doesn’t cause undue hardship to the YMCA.