The intern schedule incorporates many special events, programs and office hours. Interns will work with recreation supervisors and be involved in the day to day operations. This would include planning, developing, managing and evaluating programs and special events. On-line applications only. Please go to the employment tab on the web site, hfparks.com to complete the employment application. Cover letter and resume are required and can be attached to application.
Carlyle, Illinois is a lake community of approximately 3300 residents. This quaint town is located just 45 minutes east of St. Louis, Missouri and boasts the largest man made lake in Illinois fully stocked with large mouth bass, walleye, catfish, and crappie. We are in the process of revitalizing our parks department and currently offer a city pool, tennis courts, walking trail, camp programs, leagues, and over 75 acres of undeveloped park ground. Description: We are seeking to fill a full-time professional position as the Park Director. This position requires considerable independent judgment and expertise in implementing and supervising a high quality, comprehensive program within the community. The position is responsible for overseeing the hiring, training and evaluation of all staff members and coordination of maintenance functions required at the facilities operated by the City of Carlyle Parks Department. This includes: planning, organizing, and supervising the department's programming and special events, preparing and administering the budget for equipment, chemicals and supplies by forecasting revenues and expenditures, generating periodic reports that analyze operations, maintaining positive and effective working relations with staff and volunteers, public and community organizations. Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree in Parks and Recreation or related field or considerable working experience in aquatics management and recreation programming. Intermediate knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel. Must have excellent customer service and team-oriented skills and excellent verbal, written and interpersonal skills. Availability: Generally 40 hours per week Monday - Friday with weekend work occurring on a frequent basis. A combination of daytime and evening hours is necessary and may work in excess of 40 hours per week to achieve exceptional results. Will be on-call to support operations and personnel. Apply: Interested applicants must send the following: Cover letter indicating reasons for interest in this position. Past 5 years of employment history and education background. Five years of salary history. Desired salary range. Send all via email to: email@example.com or by mail to: City of Carlyle, 850 Franklin Street, Carlyle, IL 62231 Questions: Call City Administrator at 618-594-2468 Note: Once hired, new employee must move within the city limits within sixty (60) days after probationary period has ended. Probationary period is twelve (12) months from start.
The Arlington Heights Park District is seeking an Assistant Tennis Club Manager to administer the daily operation and programming of Heritage Tennis Club, with an emphasis on the front desk and reception operations and the outdoor summer tennis program.
Duties: Directs the operation of the front desk staff and pro shop; hires, trains, evaluates and supervises staff; establishes good working relationships with patrons of the club; markets club memberships and services; assists in the processing of league and permanent court time contracts; assists in the organization and administration of leagues; coordinates the outdoor tennis program; implements club tournaments; manages special events; and writes and compiles the club newsletters.
Qualifications: BA/BS in Parks and Recreation, Business Administration or closely related field from an accredited college or university; 1-2 years experience as a recreational or revenue facility manager; valid Illinois Class “D” driver’s license; CPR, AED and first aid certifications; basic knowledge of tennis club management; good knowledge of program development and the principles of financial management; ability to cooperate with and interpret Park District philosophies in relation to governmental, public and private groups and agencies and the general public; ability to hire, supervise, train and evaluate the work of clerical and semi-skilled employees; and ability to maintain positive and effective working relationships with other supervisors, tennis pros, and subordinate employees.
Hours: Sunday through Saturday, with a combination of daytime, evening and weekend hours that is primarily 12 pm to 8 pm Monday through Thursday, every other Friday and one Saturday and one Sunday every month.
Qualified applicants should submit their resume, cover letter and three references to Christine Nisbet, Tennis Club Manager, Heritage Tennis Club, 7 West College Drive, Arlington Heights, IL 60004 by May 21, 2016. EOE
The mission of Wheaton Academy is to nurture growth in our students through relationships, excellence, and service to the glory of God.
Wheaton Academy seeks to achieve its mission as a school by providing an educational program that is characterized by biblical values and traditional standards, using innovative curriculum centered on a caring student/teacher relationship.
The Maintenance Associate must be a spiritually sensitive individual who understands the mission of Wheaton Academy and is committed to help see it become a reality in the lives of our students by manifesting, by precept and example, the highest Christian virtue and personal decorum, serving as a Christian role model (I Timothy 4:12) both in and out of school (Luke 6:40), and as an example to parents and fellow employees in judgment, dignity, respect, and Christian living according to Conditions of Employment outlined in the WA Staff Contract.
The basic mission of the Maintenance Department is that of service. The Maintenance Associate assists the maintenance staff in all aspects of maintenance of the Wheaton Academy Campus. The Maintenance Associate is expected to become proficient in all maintenance functions of Wheaton Academy, and to become well rounded in buildings, ground and equipment maintenance.
The Maintenance Associate will learn the physical layout, configuration, controls and operation procedures of all WA physical plant systems. The Maintenance Associate will learn to use all support equipment, tools, etc. for building maintenance. The Maintenance Associate is responsible for learning the operations of grounds equipment for the purpose of assisting in grounds and field maintenance. The Maintenance Associate will perform other duties as assigned by the Head of Maintenance.
The Wauconda Park District is seeking a part-time Business Manager. This individual will be responsible for the overall financial functions of the District. Responsibilities of the position include payroll processing, record keeping, accounts payable, maintaining general ledger, reconciling bank accounts, audit process, budget development and tax levy. The position will also oversee one part-time accounting clerk.
We are seeking an individual who is motivated, self-starter and detailed oriented. individual should work well independently and in a team atmosphere. Bachelor’s degree in accounting, finance or business administration. Minimum 4-6 years of accounting experience, governmental accounting preferred. Hourly wage $24-$27, flexible hours 25-28 per week.