Robert Lee YMCA
Type of Position:
Placement Date:


  • Instruct fitness classes for which you are trained and assigned
  • Greet regular members on a first name basis and introduce yourself to new participants
  • Follow the description of the class you are teaching; all changes need approval from the manager
  • Attend fitness instructor meetings


  • Be a part of the YMCA team and promote our mission, vision and core values
  • Learn about diversity at the YMCA and meet new people
  • Receive training to further enhance your professional development as it relates to your position


  • Minimum 16 years of age
  • Current YMCA Group Fitness certificate or BCRPA Group Fitness registration, or equivalent certifications where applicable
  • Current Emergency First Aid and CPR-C certification
  • Completion of volunteer documentation, including criminal record check
  • Attendance at a Welcome to the Y orientation and department-specific training
  • Ability to teach any one of the following modalities:
    • Bootcamp
    • Indoor Cycling
    • Step, Step & Sculpt
    • Low-Impact, Hi-Lo
    • Dance (Zumba, Cardio Groove)
    • Kickboxing, Cardio Kickbox


Demonstrate the YMCA core values:

  • Do the right thing
  • Put people first
  • Lead by example
  • Keep our promises

Our Commitment to the Protection of Children and Vulnerable Adults

The YMCA is committed to the protection of children in our care and vulnerable adults participating in our programs.  To ensure this commitment is upheld, all volunteers will need to provide:

  • A current and satisfactory Criminal Reference Check/Vulnerable Sector Search issued no later than six (6) months preceding your start date
  • Three references  (two of these should be professional references)


Kasia Borek - Supervisor, Group Fitness


Application Deadline