Viewing By Category: Administration & Finance | View All
Agency: NISRA, enriching the lives of people with disabilities through meaningful recreation experiences. The Association is comprised of 13 member Park Districts/Recreation Departments in McHenry County, Western Lake County and Northern Kane County. Serves approximately 1600 individuals annually through over 900 recreation program opportunities.
Qualifications: A minimum of Bachelor’s degree in Finance, Accounting, or Business Administration. A minimum of three years of experience in accounting/finance, including two years of supervisory experience. Experience processing payroll is required. Ability to work independently, solve problems, and provide administrative training. Proficiency with Microsoft Office including Excel and Word. Experience with electronic filing of tax payments including W-2’s. Familiarity with Sage DacEasy, QuickBooks and the ADP electronic timekeeping system is a definite plus.
Responsibilities: Under the supervision of the Executive Director, the Manager of Finance & Administration is responsible for the overall management and completion of the Association and the Foundation’s daily, weekly, monthly and annual reports, bookkeeping, payroll, and supervision of the Manager of Office Services, Administrative Assistant and Human Resources Coordinator.
Compensation & Benefits: Annual salary range of $45,000 – $50,000, health, dental and vision insurance package, IMRF retirement benefits, deferred compensation retirement savings plan, monthly mileage reimbursement, sick, vacation, holidays, personal days, continuing education allowance, annual merit pay increases and member Park District/Department Facility Discounts & Usage Benefits.
The Director of Finance and IT is responsible to the Executive Director, for the oversight and direction of the activities of Finance and Information Technology. Monitors activities for compliance with applicable rules, laws and procedures. The Finance and IT Division provides general business and technology services to the District.
THIS POSITION IS CONSIDERED CONFIDENTIAL AND STRICT ADHERENCE TO THE EMPLOYEE CODE OF ORGANIZATIONAL VALUES IS REQUIRED.
I. Essential Duties and Responsibilities: include, but NOT LIMITED to the following. Other duties may be assigned.
- Set vision and direction for Finance and IT.
- Oversee the general management of technology and finance for the District as a whole.
- Set vision and direction for the technology and finance departments. Develop goals, objectives and priorities for direct reports and for assigned areas. Monitor to ensure desired results are achieved.
- Supervise, plan and coordinate fiscal and financial operations for the District; develop and implement procedures and technical processes pertaining to accounting systems and make recommendations to the Park District Board or the Executive Director concerning fiscal policies; ensure the preparation and maintenance of financial records and reports.
- Develop policies and procedures for assigned departments and the District as a whole.
- Oversee and coordinate the development, implementation and monitoring of system processes and administrative procedures for the District.
- Direct the planning and implementation of the District's information processing system; recommend the need for additional computer hardware and software and develop procedures for the efficient and effective use of the system; arrange for system expansion, maintenance and repair; review and evaluate requests for new applications or modification to current applications.
- Develop strategies and oversee the preparation of facility and District budgets, budget appropriation ordinance, tax levy and bond issues.
- Perform long-range financial planning relating to the operation and expansion of facilities; develop the fiscal planning required for the implementation of the five year capital program; provide financial input to the development and implementation of projects requiring the issuance of bonds.
- Ensure District-wide fiscal controls and data integrity.
- Serve as the authorized agent for the Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund (IMRF).
- Ensures District-wide complaince with applicable laws, regulations, policies and procedures.
- Attend Board meetings and present issues and recommendations to the Board.
- Maintain a good working relationship with other community agencies, exchanging information, procedures and ideas for mutual benefit.
- Develop and maintain ongoing intergovernmental agreements projects in cooperation with the City and School District.
- Provide interdepartmental support by providing fiscal and accounting advice, direction and leadership.
- Perform special projects and studies as requested by the Park District Board or Executive Director as deemed necessary for the continued sound business and fiscal management of the District.
- Perform other Park District related duties as assigned by the Executive Director.
II. Supervisory Responsibilities:
Select, organize, train and manage several subordinate supervisors, some of which also supervise employees, all within Finance and IT. Responsible for the overall direction, coordination, and evaluation of these units. Carries out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization's policies and applicable laws. Responsibilities include interviewing, hiring, and training employees; planning, assigning, and directing work; appraising performance; rewarding and disciplining employees; addressing complaints and resolving problems. Further maintains a good relationship with all other departments.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Education and/or Experience:
Bachelor's degree (B. A.) from four-year college or university in business, public administration or a related field; Master's degree preferred. At least ten years progressive successful experience in the field and training; however, experience should not be measured in time alone - quality of previous experience as well as its similarity to the needs of the current position should be a determining factor. Supervisory experience required. Preference given to experience in municipal parks and recreation. Ability to apply education, training and work experience to improve performance of organization. Related professional certification preferred.
To perform this job successfully, an individual should have knowledge of Database software; Internet software; Spreadsheet software and Word Processing software as well as the ability to learn additional software and systems required for business transactions.
Certificates, Licenses, Registrations:
American Red Cross CPR/ AED Certification
Related field certification
Valid drivers license
$110,000 - $125.000, based on qualifications
For consideration, please submit an application via our website, www.pdhp.org, and upload a cover letter, resume and salary history as part of your submission.
The Park District of Highland Park is an equal opportunity employer.
The successful candidate will have a Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting, Finance or closely related field. 6-8 years of governmental accounting experience required. CPA or MBA preferred. Applicant must have extensive experience in cash management, accounts receivable, budgeting, investments, auditing, purchasing and human resources. Successful candidate must have an in-depth knowledge of GAAP and GASB requirements and be proficient with Microsoft Office and financial systems particularly MSI. Individual must have a valid Illinois driver’s license. This is an at-will employment position.
Reporting to the Executive Director, serves as financial manager of the agency including budgeting, payroll, accounts payable and receivable, financial reporting and projections, human resources, IMRF, insurance programs and legal documents.
Full benefit package available including IMRF.
The City of Moline seeks a Parks Recreation Director. Under administrative direction and within the framework of City Council and Park and Recreation Board policy, is responsible for direction and management of parks recreation programs and facilities. Bachelor’s degree in parks and recreation, leisure studies or related field and 3 to 5 years of management level experience in parks, recreation or special facilities. Valid Certified Park and Recreation Professional Certification or ability to obtain. Compliance with City Residency Policy. Salary starts at $75,622. For a job description or to apply online, visit www.moline.il.us. Deadline 9/19/14, 5:00 PM. Equal Opportunity Employer.
Executive Director – Lincoln Park District
The Board of Commissioners of the Lincoln Park District invites applications for the position of Executive Director. The Board is interested in selecting an Executive Director to fill this position and begin employment at the district approximately January 1, 2015.
October 31, 2014 Deadline for Applications to be Postmarked
November 12, 2014 Candidates Presented to the Board
November 22-December 7, 2014 Board Begins Interview Process
January 1, 2015 Tentative Date of Employment
The starting salary range for this position is $65,000-$75,000. Salary and benefits will be negotiable with the Board of Commissioners depending on qualifications and experience.
• Master’s Degree is preferred, but a Bachelor’s Degree will be considered. The degree should be in Park and Recreation Administration or related field.
• Ability to create a sound fiscal program that includes budgeting, capital projects, budget management and the development of creative funding strategies, including fundraising.
• Strong personnel management skills, including the ability to assign personnel and delegate responsibilities with assurance and accountability.
• Comprehensive planning skills and experience. The ability to assess community needs and concepts as they apply to improvement of the district operations and long range planning.
• A person of great integrity, honesty, self-confidence and charisma.
• Administrative skills based on positive human relations, interactive communication skills, ability to delegate and maintain high visibility and accessibility.
• Knowledgeable of park and recreation trends, personnel management, creative financing, marketing and public relations.
• Excellent oral and written communication skills.
• Ability to work closely with the locally elected board with an in-depth understanding of board/director relationships.
• Experience in facility management from planning stages through day-to-day operations.
• An insightful person who has the ability to evaluate and implement a sound plan for the future development of the park district.
• Knowledge of the importance of involving communities in collaborative processes for park planning and the belief in the strength of community involvement and participation, including volunteerism. Ability to enhance broad public understanding and support of the agency’s services and future needs.
• Board preference is that the candidate resides in the community.
All applications or inquiries should be referred to:
Screening Committee—Lincoln Park District
Illinois Association of Park Districts
Attn: Peter Murphy
211 East Monroe Street
Springfield, IL 62701-1186
Applications should be marked personal and confidential.
All applicant packets must be completed by October 31, 2014 and must contain the information below in order to meet Board consideration. All documents (other than education credentials) must have a left margin of 1.5 inches. Each numbered item below needs to be on a separate page. Please do not bind or staple.
1. Formal letter of application indicating reasons you desire to be a candidate.
2. Current resume including, but not limited to, employment history, responsibilities, number of employees supervised and budget amount managed.
3. Complete list of accomplishments/completed projects.
4. At least three (3) current letters of recommendation. These written references ideally should include a balance of former employers, employees and board members.
5. Three to six (3-6) professional references with complete names, addresses and phone numbers. These references need to be different from those providing letters of recommendation and will be contacted by the Illinois Association of Park Districts upon receipt.
6. Typewritten responses to the following management questions. Please limit your response to each question to one page.
A) Describe your management style.
B) State and discuss your philosophy of parks and recreation.
C) What issues do you consider to be critically important to the park and recreation field today?
D) If given the opportunity, how will you attempt to resolve these issues?
E) If chosen for the position, what steps will you take as the district’s new leader in your first 120 days?
7. Salary history for the past 5 years.
8. Complete set of up-to-date credentials which include legal proof verifying educational degrees. Transcript or copy of
diploma is acceptable.
9. Written permission to contact past employers and written permission to have a criminal background check.
The Village of Round Lake Beach, Illinois (population 28,175), located in western Lake County is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Finance Director.
The Finance Director is a senior management level position that reports to the Village Administrator and is responsible for planning and managing all aspects of the Village's Finance Department. Responsibilities of this position include: development and implementation of village wide financial policies; oversight of accounting and financial management of the Village's funds; coordinate the preparation of the comprehensive annual financial report; and financial forecasting, debt management and analysis. Department responsibilities also include payroll, assistance in preparation of annual budget, supervising Finance Department personnel and serving as liaison to Police Pension Board, TIF Joint Review Board and other miscellaneous bodies.
Requirements for the position include a Bachelor's Degree in accounting, finance, business or public administration; CPA or Master's Degree preferred. Salary range $95,000 - $105,000 with excellent benefit package. Candidates holding current Assistant or Deputy Finance Municipal, Township or Park District positions, ready to move on to their next career goal are encouraged to apply. The Village has offered the experience necessary to allow previous directors to successfully continue their career path with both larger municipalities, and county positions.
Please send resume, letter of interest, salary history and five references that can attest to skills and abilities as an attachment to HR@rlbeach.org
The Elmhurst Park District, established in 1920 and located 16 miles west of Chicago, exists to provide experiences for the lifetime enjoyment of people who live and play in our community. The District’s sound financial practices have consistently been recognized with the Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA) Distinguished Budget Presentation Award (2007-2013) and the GFOA Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting (2007-12).
Reporting directly to the Executive Director and working as a member of the District’s Management Team, the Director is responsible for oversight of the:
Finance Division: To plan, develop, manage and maintain the financial operations of the District in the areas of finance, auditing, payroll, investments and accounting.
Human Resources/Risk Management Division: To plan, develop, manage and maintain human resources (compensation, benefits administration, employee relations, training) and safety functions (risk management, safety claims) for the District.
Qualified applicants must possess a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance, Business Administration or Public Administration with 7 years of progressively responsible experience in public finance and 3 years management experience, as well as a CPA and/or MBA designation. Candidates will be familiar with Illinois statues regarding local governments and have knowledge of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), computer-based public accounting systems, cash management, investment instruments and internal audit functions. Candidates will possess proven problem-solving, leadership and management traits combined with excellent organizational, communication and analytical skills. Candidates must have a sound background in financial management and budgetary techniques as well as knowledge of management principles and practices. In addition, candidates will have the ability to read, write, analyze and interpret complex financial reports, be proficient in computer word-processing and spreadsheet software applications and be familiar with current fund accounting financial software. Candidates will also have excellent project management and presentation skills.
HOURS & PAY
Workweek is Monday - Friday and hours are approximately 8:00 a.m. – 5 p.m. Some alternative scheduling is required, including twice monthly Wednesday night board meetings. The anticipated starting range of pay is $ 85,000 - $95,000. Actual salary will depend upon qualifications.
BENEFITS WE OFFER
In exchange for your time and talent, we offer a generous benefit package, including:
• Medical Insurance, PPO or HMO
• Dental Insurance
• Vision Insurance
• Life Insurance
• Short- and Long-Term Disability (IMRF)
• Pension / Defined Benefit Plan (IMRF)
• 457 Plan / Defined Contribution Plan
• Paid Time Off
• Park District Facility Discounts and Usage Benefits
Elmhurst Park District
375 W. First Street
Elmhurst, Illinois 60126
The Elmhurst Park District is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Drug Free Workplace
The City of Olivette MO is seeking a dynamic professional to lead the Park and Recreation Department. Working closely with the Parks and Recreation Commission, the Director plans, organizes, coordinates, and supervises the City’s comprehensive community recreational programing - including seasonal and year-round recreational activities for persons of all ages in cultural arts, physical activities, special interest classes, summer programs and various community events. In addition the Director develops and maintains clean and safe public parks, athletic fields, and green spaces. The Director leads a team of Recreation Coordinators and Park and Facility Maintenance Workers. The Director interacts with local and area service groups, elected and appointed officials, and the general public to gather information and data used to enhance the services provided. The Director is responsible for developing and overseeing the annual operating budget and long-range capital improvement plan.
Requires a Bachelor’s degree in parks and recreation management or related field and five years experience in parks and recreation management; must be Certified Parks & Recreation Professional (CPRP).
Summary: Responsible for assisting in installing, monitoring and maintaining District’s computer hardware, software, telecommunications and other related automated office equipment. Individual will diagnose and resolve software, hardware and networking issues. Will also install and update desktops, laptops, printers, telephones, mobile phones/tablets, peripherals, wireless networks, and related software.
Day-to-day activities include support to employees and patrons with computer related issues, troubleshooting PC and Server operating systems and software. Will act as liaison to our third-party vendors who provide our District continuous service, conflict resolution, and price quotes for the organization’s vital operations and manage all help desk tickets.
Standard work-week is Monday through Friday with an approximate schedule of 8:30am – 5:00pm however based upon the business needs may require additional work hours including the ability to work on weekends as needed.
THIS POSITION IS CONSIDERED CONFIDENTIAL AND STRICT ADHERENCE TO THE EMPLOYEE CODE OF ORGANIZATIONAL VALUES IS REQUIRED.
Education and/or Experience: High school diploma plus one to two years of related experience, basic networking and PC troubleshooting within a Windows Operating System and knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite. Previous experience in a help desk environment is preferred.
Certificates, Licenses, Registrations: American Red Cross CPR/ AED Certification; Valid drivers license;
MCP Certification Preferred; CompTIA A ++ Preferred
Position Type: Full-time, Non-exempt
The Park District of Highland Park is an equal opportunity employer.
The City of Bloomington, Illinois (City) is pleased to announce a Department Head position available in Bloomington, IL reporting to the Assistant City Manager. Using continuous process improvement as an on-going strategy, the PARKS, RECREATION AND CULTURAL ARTS DIRECTOR (PRCA) will provide the leadership, management and vision necessary to ensure that the PRCA Department achieves a comprehensive recreation program for City residents. The Director assures the proper administrative support, associated reporting procedures, and people systems are in place to effectively serve the City of Bloomington. Through a respectful, constructive and energetic style guided by the mission, vision and values of the City, the PRCA Director will be directly responsible for the following: Directing, planning, administering and coordinating public recreation programs and swimming pools, spray pads, a performing arts center and golf courses in support of City policies, goals and objectives. Key functions include:
• Direct the preparation of short and long term plans, budgets and policies based on City goals, growth objective and in accordance with best practices, City, State and Federal standards.
• Serves as technical adviser on park and recreation facility planning for City Administration and as a recreation consultant to the community.
• Oversee acquisition, planning, design, construction and maintenance of City parks and recreation facilities.
• Evaluate effectiveness, and efficiency of park and recreation services and recommend improvements in the provision of maintaining parks' work procedures and activities.
• Assure appropriate safety of all recreation facilities.
• Monitor contractual obligations between the PRCA Department and other agencies, affiliated groups, community partners, businesses and employee bargaining units.
• Supervise appropriate PRCA leadership and regular and seasonal staff.
• Communicate both orally and in writing to City management, City departments and PRCA department.
• Maintain positive working relationships with other departments, staff and residents.
EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE: Bachelor's Degree in Parks and Recreation Administration or a related field is required. Master's Degree in Parks and Recreation Administration is preferred. A minimum of ten years of progressively responsible experience in parks administration including at least four years of management, supervisory and budget experience or equivalent combination of education and experience. Working knowledge is required of the applicable laws, regulations, principles, practices and procedures related to park and turf maintenance, horticulture, forestry, indoor ice center facilities, park planning, swimming pools and other types of special facilities including performing arts center, golf course, zoo, tennis courts, ball fields, therapeutic recreation theater, concert and all recreation programs. Bloomington residency preferred.
OTHER SKILLS REQUIRED: Strong visionary leadership, organizational, time management, change management, people management, customer service, analytical, critical thinker, resourceful, mentoring, quality management, problem-solving, team orientation, strategic thinking; exceptional written, oral, interpersonal and presentation skills. Ability to operate as an effective tactical as well as strategic thinker and consistently displays integrity required.
• Definition of “viable applicants” will include only those individuals who meet all “key qualifications” as listed on this job posting, fully complete the application, and file it with the City of Bloomington prior to the end of the work day of the posting’s final date. (See “Posting Start/End Dates” above.) Only viable applicants will be considered for the posted position and will receive communication from the City.
• Applications are preferred on-line, but a hard-copy application/further information may be obtained from the City of Bloomington Human Resources Department at 109 East Olive Street, Bloomington, IL 61701.
• Viable applicants are encouraged to attach a resume and cover letter to their application and must include compensation history.
To be considered for this position, interested individuals must complete the online application accessible at www.napervilleparks.org/employment. Materials submitted through mail, email, or fax will not be considered.
Under general supervision of the Director of Human Resources, the Safety Manager performs functions to support general safety and sound risk practices districtwide, including compliance with applicable local, state and federal safety and human resources laws. The manager works closely with and is the main point of contact with the District’s risk pool on claims, audits and safety best practices.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
1. Assess probability, extent, and consequences of potential accident and loss situations.
2. Make recommendations to minimize potential accident and liability and property loss situations.
3. Serve as primary claims contact with PDRMA, any other relevant insurance provider and reimbursing State or Federal agency.
4. Process worker’s compensation, general liability and property damage claims.
5. Investigate accidents and injuries and prepare evidence and information for use in hearings, lawsuits, and/or investigations.
6. Present loss and accident data to the leadership team on a quarterly basis.
7. Develop and present safety and human resources related training.
8. Maintain CPR/AED trainer certification. Present CPR/AED training to staff.
9. Develop and assist department directors and managers with the implementation of safety standards for appropriate areas and facilities.
10. Assist with the design, implementation and evaluation of Human Resources processes, programs and policies.
11. Recommend and implement safety related improvements, policies and procedures and related safety manual.
12. Coordinate the efforts of the safety committee and serve as safety committee chairperson.
13. Administer the District’s safety incentive program.
14. Provide support to PDRMA representative for annual loss control field visits and audit.
15. Successfully complete annual Freedom of Information Act training and serve as a Freedom of Information Act Officer.
16. Review driver abstract information and restrict driving privileges when appropriate.
17. Oversee random drug and alcohol screen program. Communicate positive results and deliver or work with Director of Human Resources to deliver discipline, up to and including termination of current staff.
18. Coordinate emergency/disaster drills. Provide support to departments initiating emergency/disaster drills.
19. Coordinate staff appreciation events including, but not limited to, the holiday party, chili lunch, employee breakfast and summer picnic.
20. Establish and maintain a positive working relationship with residents, customers, vendors, community partners and co-workers.
21. Follow and model compliance with all District, State, Federal and departmental safety and risk management, personnel, administrative policies and procedures, ordinances and regulations.
22. Maintain a proactive approach to safety and risk management. Report all accidents, incidents and unsafe conditions in a timely manner.
23. Comply with District financial policies. Communicate budgetary requests to supervisor.
Other Duties and Responsibilities:
• In conjunction with the HR Assistant, develop, oversee, revise and present the District’s orientation process for short term staff orientation process.
• Represent the District at community security round table meetings, initiatives and events.
• Assist with the recruiting process.
• Participate on other Park District teams.
• Assist with budget preparation.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
• Sound knowledge of occupational health, safety and risk management principles.
• Knowledge of federal, state and local safety and human resources related laws.
• General knowledge of human resources policies and procedures and their application.
• Strong conflict resolution skills and an ability to deal with people in stressful situations.
• Knowledge of budget preparation, financial management, and fiscal control.
• Knowledge of, and ability to learn, basic computer skills.
• Ability to assess situations and resolve problems comprehensively and efficiently.
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
• Strong organizational skills with respect to administrative responsibilities, work distribution, attention to detail and thoroughness.
Education and Experience:
• Bachelor’s degree in Occupational Health and Safety, Human Resources or related field.
• Two years of experience in the personnel or human resources field.
• Valid driver’s license.
• Subject to both inside and outside environmental conditions.
• Frequent manipulation of assigned office equipment.
• Continuous exposure to computer screens.
• Sustained posture in a seated or standing position for prolonged periods of time.
• Ability to occasionally lift, carry and move light weight (20 lbs.) objects.
• Ability to move from site to site.
• Subject to modified/flexible work schedules.
Under the direction and supervision of the Executive Director, the Guest Services Manager is responsible for overseeing the overall operations of the Guest Service Front Office for the Park District. The Guest Services Manager will support the team in offering the highest level of customer service and ensuring they have the tools they need to be successful. This position is also responsible for communicating, coordinating and implementing internal and external guests’ needs. This position is critical to the overall success of the Park District by setting the tone for our guests’ experiences. The Guest Services Manager will have a fantastic opportunity to evaluate existing practices for improvement and emphasize customer service and marketing in a new way at the front desk.
The ideal candidate must have the ability to establish strategic initiatives to execute the agency’s vision, mission and Strategic Plan, provide visionary leadership, establish guidelines for guest services, handle personnel matters efficiently and effectively, maintain attention to detail in registration needs, and have a good understanding of marketing strategies to assist the organization in revenue growth.
Graduate of a college or university accredited by the U.S. Department of Education with a Bachelor's Degree with an emphasis in Business Administration, Recreation/Leisure Studies, Marketing or a closely related field. Three (3) to five (5) years full-time experience in community recreation, government agency, and/or customer service environment with experience in general office functions, supervision, customer service and training.
Position range is $42,923 – 72,473. Starting salary is commensurate with experience and qualifications of the successful candidate. Position includes an excellent benefit package.
Full-time, salaried position that requires nights and weekends. Must be able to attend day/night board meetings on occasion, leadership meetings, trainings and conferences, and weekend hours as operations require.
To apply, please go to our website: http://www.lakebluffparks.org/employment.html
Job Closes August 18th and applicant should be able to start by October 1, 2014.
The Barrington Park District is seeking a Superintendent of Park Planning & Risk Management. This is a full-time position that reports directly to the Executive Director. The Superintendent of Park Planning & Risk Management is responsible park design including but not limited to site plans, master plans, working drawings, cost estimating, capital project management, bids and specifications, research and presentations of park projects and will serve as the district's Safety and Loss Prevention Coordinator. This employee will be responsible for following all PDRMA guidelines and is responsible to work toward Agency Accreditation. He/She will process all insurance claims and will serve as the claim representative on all workmen's compensation, property, unemployment and liability claims. His/Her duties include overseeing the parks department and the safety and loss prevention program. This position will manage the parks department and facility staff.
Job description is available upon request.
Education & Experience Requirements:
Minimum of a Bachelor's Degree in Parks and Recreation Administration or Related Field
3-5 years experience in Risk Management and park planning with an emphasis on park management
3-5 years experience as a Superintendent of Parks/Facilities
Possess a valid Driver's License
Requires strong communication skills both written and verbal.
Computer skills needed - Microsoft Office Suite
Send your resume and cover letter to:
Teresa Jennings, Executive Director
Barrington Park District, 235 Lions Drive, Barrington, IL 60010 or
email to: email@example.com
Contact Phone: 847/381-8909