This position is primarily responsible for the collection, processing, and maintenance of current employee records, assisting with the administration of employee benefits, and aiding in the onboarding and orientation process for all new employees. This position is eligible for up to an average of 25 hours per week. Certain times may require more hours than others, such as hiring and onboarding seasonal staff prior to and at the beginning of summer.
Essential Job Functions:
• Help in the recruitment of job candidates
• Schedule interviews with job applicants
• Participate in job interviews when requested
• Prepare, maintain, and make available new hire orientation packets
• Review new hire paperwork for proper completion
• Process new hire paperwork including eligibility, tax, and payroll forms
• Coordinate and help facilitate new hire onboarding schedule with staff
• Process employee background checks and drivers abstracts
• Coordinate pre-employment physicals and drug screenings
• Maintain personnel and benefit records and filing system
• Assist with annual benefits open enrollment process
• Assist in drafting and revisions of job descriptions
• Assist coworkers with human resource related questions and concerns
• Coordinate exit interviews and ensure the off boarding process is followed for employees that leave the park district
• Manage employee keys and documentation
• Help improve employee on-boarding process
• Help management prepare and review employee performance reviews, and improvement plans
• Assist with any legal matters or FOIA requests as needed
• Follows and encourages safe work practices and adhere to the District’s safety and loss prevention policies and procedures
• Provides routine training on safety, health and loss control policies and procedures to those under his/her sphere of influence and ensure compliance
• Follows and encourages safe work practices and participates in risk management activities and trainings
A complete job description is available at http://www.wdparks.org/
Position: Assistant Director
Agency: Leyden Township Department of Parks & Recreation
Compensation: $45,000 – $50,000 with generous benefit plan including health insurance, participation in IMRF, paid vacation
Regular Parks & Recreation hours of operation are Monday through Friday 6:00AM to 9:00PM Saturday 9:00AM to 3:00PM. Sunday and other times are as scheduled.
Qualifications: Candidate must be a strong leader with excellent communication and technological skills. Management experience with staff supervision is required (minimum of three (3) years’ is preferred).
Professional Certification(s) and Bachelor of Science degree in Parks and Recreation, Recreation Administration or a related field from an accredited college or university is preferred. Bilingual in Spanish is a plus. CPR/AED certified or obtained within one (1) year of employment.
Candidate must hold a valid driver’s license and pass a background check and drug test. Duties include, but are not limited to management of the Recreation Department staff, overall operations of existing programs (Special Events, Early Childhood, Athletics and Dance) and creation of new programs.
Assist in providing training and leadership for full-time, part-time and seasonal staff. Works with the Director of Special Events and Community Outreach in representing and marketing the District with outside organizations.
To Apply please send a cover letter and resume to:
Contact Name: Joe Weber
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact Phone: 847-451-5146
Leyden Township is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Who we are: The Downers Grove Park District
What we believe in:
Enriching our community through exceptional recreational programs, parks and facilities that inspire memorable experiences.
To be the community resource inspiring PLAY for LIFE Leadership Imagination Fulfillment Enjoyment
SAFETY - Emphasizing a fun environment where staff and residents feel socially, emotionally and physically secure. AMBITION - Leaders in exploring and creating innovative opportunities based on evolving needs and trends.
RESPONSIBILITY - Preserving and maximizing community resources and partnerships through historical, environmental and fiscal stewardship.
INTEGRITY - Serving responsibly through unified ethical principles.
PROFESSIONALISM - Committed to fostering a supportive culture that develops, empowers, respects and appreciates staff and volunteers.
What we embody:
CULTURE We believe in a culture where our team members are respected, valued and appreciated.
Flexibility in one’s life is understood and make every effort in achieving a work-life balance. Innovative thinking is expected and encouraged lacking fear of failure. It is understood that through hard work the organization is committed to assisting in career development. We believe success relates directly to intention, effort and progress.
Under the leadership of the Assistant Director for District Services, the Supervisor of Information Technology is responsible for the performance of telephony, network and computer support functions. They are responsible for supervising the technical support companies to ensure 24/7 functionality of our technology equipment such as servers, printers, copiers and software. Acts as a HELP Desk agent to assist team members with network accounts, phones, and technology infrastructure within the District.
The Ideal Candidate
The team member should possess a positive team attitude, ambition to support and enhance the technology of the Park District; creativity to challenge themselves; an understanding of the value of service to the community; open-mindedness; ability to embrace change; trustworthiness; effective communication skills; alignment with mission, vision and values of the organization.
Work Environment/Physical Demands/Expected Hours of Work
This team member will operate in a dynamic, highly collaborative environment where innovative thinking towards achieving common success is appreciated and expected. This team member will be actively engaged with all District Departments and staff. Typical hours are Monday – Friday 8:30am – 4:30pm but position is on call for emergencies with the Technology of the District.
This is an exempt position.
Qualifications: •High School Diploma with advance training in Management Information Technology System •Network administration experience •Experience in coordinating technology project and manage system growth •Experiences with Windows 7-10, Windows Server, Active Directory, and Hyper V •Bachelors of Science in Information Technology Preferred •CISCO Systems Certification(s) a plus •Microsoft Certification(s) a plus •A+, Net+, Security+ Certification(s) a plus •Experience with iOS a Plus •Experience with CISCO VoIP
Are we the right fit for you….?
Do our Mission, Vision, Values, and Culture fit your life style? Do you meet the skill set for the job and want to work with others who have the same values? If so, then we are where you belong. Come join us and let’s enrich the community of Downers Grove together.
JOB SUMMARY Responsible for implementation, deployment, monitoring and maintaining the Park District computer hardware, software, and other related technology equipment.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS • Administration of the Park District’s IT Work Order/Ticketing system, including providing Tier 1 support for end-user requests and assigning tickets to other IT staff when necessary • Installation, configuration, and maintenance of end-user desktops, mobile devices (phones, tablets, desktops, and laptops) • Responding to and resolving alerts and notifications from anti-virus and anti-malware systems • Administration of desktop imaging software (Symantec Ghost and Acronis True Image) for annual desktop deployments, off-cycle deployments, and disaster recovery • Maintenance and administration of the District’s IT Asset Management system(s) • Coordination of setup and tear-down for temporary Audio/Visual setups for meetings and special events • Administration of Mobile Device Management programs (Maas360, Meraki SM) • Provide assistance to the Systems Administrator during workstation patching and policy deployment • Perform minor Systems Administration tasks when required, including password resets • Installation, maintenance, and monitoring of Genetec security system software and Axis security cameras throughout the Park District; provide end-user support for staff authorized to access video • Performs the job safely and in compliance with district policies, procedures, work and safety rules. • Be familiar with the safe operation of any equipment necessary in accomplishing required tasks.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS • Effective communication skills, both orally and written; ability to communicate technical information to non-technical end-users • Excellent interpersonal skills. • Strong knowledge of multiple operating systems (Windows 7, 8.1, and 10, Mac OS X) and working knowledge of server Operating Systems and roles (e.g. Active Directory, DHCP, DNS) • In-depth knowledge of hardware components such as motherboards, ram, processor chips, video cards, etc. • Subject to modified/flexible work schedule including nights and weekends. • Good knowledge of pertinent safety precautions.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE Associates degree in computer science, information systems, or related field. Actual work experience installing and maintaining Windows network and PC software applications. An equivalent combination of education and/or experience may be substituted for the above.
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