Children's Waiting Room (CWR) Childcare Provider - TAMC

Honolulu, HI
Part Time
Entry Level

Armed Services YMCA Hawaii

Children’s Waiting Room (CWR) Childcare Provider Tripler -

Join our Dynamic Team as a Children’s Waiting Room (CWR) Childcare Provider – Tripler Army Medical Center (this is not a federal job and is a position with a nonprofit operating at the hospital)

At the Children’s Waiting Room, we believe in turning waiting time into a time of wonder and growth for young minds.  As a Childcare Provider, you’ll be the guiding star of our vibrant and nurturing small group environment, ensuring children aged 6 weeks to 12 years old have a safe and engaging place to learn, play and explore while their loved ones attend medical appointments.

Your Journey with Armed Services YMCA:  Imagine being the hero of a child’s day, sparking joy through engaging activities and heartwarming interactions. Your role isn’t just about supervision – it’s about creating magical moments that foster growth and development.

What You’ll Do:

Embark on fun activities with children aged 6 weeks to 12 years, crafting activities that inspire creativity and curiosity in a safe care environment.

Provide a safe, nurturing environment for infants and children.

Change infant diapers when needed, ensuring the diaper log is filled out and completed.

Champion the safety and well-being of every child, adhering to the Child Abuse Reporting procedures and maintaining a secure environment.

Take appointments, ensure parents fill out proper registration forms, and ensure each child is signed in and out.

Maintain registration files, online and paper, and prepare site and files for Army inspections.

Accept payment from parents, logging receipts and payments.

Why You’ll Thrive in This Role:

Your warm and friendly nature is like a beacon of comfort for children and parents alike.

Your prior experience in childcare sets the state for captivating age-appropriate activities.

Your understanding of military family dynamics fosters an inclusive and supportive community.

Your meticulous attention to detail ensures proper paperwork and smooth operations.

What We Offer: Hourly wage of $16 with increase shortly after hire; paid holidays, paid time off, the chance to be part of a dynamic team that values your unique contributions; opportunities for professional development and training; flexibility to embrace special events outside regular hours, turning routine into extraordinary.

Join our team and embark on a journey of joy, learning and caring for others. Apply now to be a Children’s Waiting Room (CWR) Childcare Provider at Tripler Army Medical Center (again this is a fun nonprofit operating at the hospital). Make waiting an adventure!

Apply today be the reason behind smiles and giggles!

Armed Services YMCA is an Equal Opportunity Employer and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any kind. ASYMCA is committed to the principle of equal employment opportunity for all employees and to providing employees with a work environment free of discrimination and harassment. All employment decisions are based on business needs, job requirements and individual qualifications, without regard to race, color, religion or belief, family or parental status, or any other status protected by the laws or regulations in the locations where we operate. We will not tolerate discrimination or harassment based on any of these characteristics. ASYMCA encourages applicants of all ages.


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