TITLE: Soccer Coordinator (FLSA non-exempt) R 10.16
SUPERVISOR: Athletic Coordinator
The Soccer Coordinator will assist the Athletic Coordinator with the operation and implementation of various youth and adult soccer leagues. The Soccer Coordinator will communicate as directed with individuals involved with various soccer programs, frequently in the absence of the Athletic Coordinator. This may include rule interpretation, weather/safety procedure enforcement, supply distribution, official observation and evaluation, or other duties as assigned. The Soccer Coordinator shall also be responsible for equipment, uniforms, field/gym associates, and maintenance of the league scheduler portion of the website.
EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:
High School graduate with some college course work, related experience in youth sports development, athletic league development or any equivalent combination of education, experience and training which provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities.
Experience in athletic programming, sports rules, and league organization.
Ability to effectively communicate orally and in writing.
Understand principles, practices, and objectives of community recreation, specifically athletic leagues.
Ability to work independently.
Valid Illinois driver’s license.
Bi-Lingual (English and Spanish)
Possess basic knowledge of computer operations including word, excel and other programs used by the Wheeling Park District.
Coaching in youth soccer program as needed
Officiating youth and adult soccer games as needed.
Assist Athletic Coordinator with entering scores and statistics for adult soccer leagues.
Assist Athletic Coordinator with the implementation of the youth and adult leagues.
Assist Athletic Coordinator with the concession operations at Wheeling High School.
Assist Athletic Coordinator with training coaches and staff.
Assist Athletic Coordinator with the recruitment of coaches and officials.
Supports and exhibits the established organizational values of respect, communication, integrity, innovation, recognition, continuous learning, fun, empowerment and people.
Performs the job safely and in compliance with Park District policies, procedures, work, and safety rules.
Work as scheduled.
20-26 Hours per week This position requires a flexible schedule to include evenings, nights, weekends and may also include some holiday work.
$13.00 - $15.00 per Hour
IMRF Pension Eligible Position
Please Submit Applications At: https://www.applitrack.com/wheelingparkdistrict/onlineapp/JobPostings/view.asp?FromAdmin=true&AppliTrackJobId=228
The Village of South Elgin, IL is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Help Desk Technician in the Administrative Services Department. Under the direction of the Information Technology Manager, the Help Desk Position will provide computer hardware and software support to the Village’s computer users in all Village departments; provide advice and guidance to resolve a wide range of technology problems; train users in the operational use of technology products; assist in the implementation of technology upgrades; document problems and resolutions; and install new equipment. Familiarity with Microsoft Office products and database creation is desirable.
Qualifications include two years of workplace experience installing and troubleshooting personal computer hardware and software systems preferably in a Windows domain environment; and an Associate’s degree or equivalent technical school credential in computer science, information technology, or equivalent; or any equivalent combination of education and experience.
Normal work hours for this position are Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Occasional overtime may be required. The Village offers an excellent compensation and benefit package with a starting salary of $52,777.
Interested applicants should submit your cover letter, resume and application to the Village of South Elgin, ATTN: Human Resources, 10 North Water Street, South Elgin, IL 60177 or via e-mail to email@example.com. Applications are available at Village Hall between 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday and online at www.southelgin.com.
Equal Opportunity Employer
McHenry County Conservation District is looking for a results-driven Social Media Specialist to plan and execute our digital marketing strategy, develop intriguing social media content, and program all social media streams. This position works closely with the Director of Marketing and Communications and is responsible for the coordination of digital promotional campaigns, targeted messaging, and optimizing relevant content about the sites, programs, events and mission of the District― across varied social media platforms to build traffic, create awareness, educate and engage our county residents.
JOB RESPONSIBILITIES: Job responsibilities include:
• Assist in the development of the District’s overall social media marketing strategy. • Integrate the use of existing and new social media marketing strategies to promote the programs, events and mission of McHenry County Conservation District, as well as attract new audiences and build customer base. • Implements online public information and marketing initiatives, including search engine optimization, paid search placement, email marketing and other online communication activities. • Generate, coordinate, maintain timely and relevant content for all social media platforms not limited to Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram, Google+, etc. posts, promoting events, but also the mission and vision of the District, as well as opportunities for the creation of a digital newsletter, District blog and other engagement tools. • Utilize District’s Active Net Recreation Management Software to promote programs and activities. • Produce videos and infomercials for the various social media platforms. • Seek diverse avenues on the web to promote District’s events and programs on other page listings; i.e. PlanIt Northwest; Oaklies Family Guide; Chicago Wilderness event listings; etc. • Monitor social media activities, trends and promotional campaign results; deliver insights to drive continuous improvement and reinvestment strategies; measure overall content effectiveness to promote and optimize content that resonates with target audiences. • Leverage web and social analytics tools to develop reports and provide insights and recommendations for program improvements. • Coordinate with different District departments to create digital marketing content, contests or educational enhancements. • Produce regular reports summarizing internet, marketing and social media efforts, translating this data into recommendations that can be implemented across to maximize opportunities, attendance, and increased visitors. • Assistance at occasional weekend and evening hours may be required to cover special events or programs. • Assists with the production of commercial photography and oversees videography. • Other duties as assigned by the supervisor.
QUALIFICATIONS: Qualifications for this position include, but not limited to: • Bachelor's degree (B. A./ B.S.) from four-year college or university with major course work in communications, marketing, advertising, or related field with at least two years related experience and/or training in Digital Marketing; with strong competency and experience with using multiple social media platforms, personally and professionally including Facebook, Twitter, Google+, YouTube, etc. • Knowledge of marketing, advertising, and promotional techniques. • Strong Working Knowledge of social media messaging, monitoring, and marketing applications, as well as experience of how it applies in a business/organization setting. • Experience analyzing data, identifying trends, summarizing results and making recommendations based on findings. • Experience working across an organization and creating relationship with relevant team members to set priorities for social media and website initiatives. • Some knowledge of environmental issues and the natural sciences. • Proficient in taking digital photographs and creating videos.
APPLICATION: Applicant must complete an online application located at www.mccdistrict.org.
The Oregon Park District serves a community of over 7,000 residents in northern Illinois 30 miles southwest of Rockford. The park district provides year round sports, recreation and leisure opportunities to all ages and abilities. The Oregon Park District is seeking to fill the position of Athletic Facility Manager with a motivated and energetic candidate.
Summary: Under the direction of the Superintendent of Recreation, the Athletic Facility Manager is responsible for the planning, coordination and supervision of operational functions for athletic programs and leagues. The position also serves as the liaison for the Oregon Community Unit School District Athletic Director.
Hours: The Athletic Facility Manager shall have varying hours due to programs, special events and facility operating hours. Due to the varying nature of the work, evening and weekend hours are expected.
Qualifications: Minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in recreation administration or closely related field; two years of full time experience in recreation programming, athletics experience preferred. CPRP and record of ongoing participation in continuing education seminars and workshops is desirable.
• Plan, organize, promote and supervise a variety of youth and adult recreation and sports programs. Coordinate facility use schedules for the Blackhawk Center, Nash Recreation Center, OCUSD gym space and outdoor athletic fields.
• Assess athletic needs of the community and recommend modifications of existing programs and implementation of innovative programs.
• Supervise operation and scheduling of ball diamonds and soccer facilities while working closely with park district maintenance staff.
• Prepare and submit records and reports including payroll, staff schedules, registration information, activity schedules, weekly recreation reports and board reports.
• Select and train personnel and volunteers.
• Assist in the development of goals and objectives for all athletic programs.
• Directly monitor and coordinate fiscal control procedures for the various sports programs. • Coordinate and schedule clinics for coaches.
• Submit information for the District’s seasonal activity guides.
• Implement special procedures as approved by the Board of Commissioners, Executive Director and Superintendent of Recreation. • Preparation and administration of the annual budget for the athletic department. • Coordinate with the Communications and Marketing Supervisor and develop a promotional strategy for each program and special event and publicize through different media sources.
Description of Primary Purpose: The primary purpose of the Administrative Clerk for Youth and Senior Services is to oversee all administrative and financial records for the division. Given that the other full time staff is often required to be at other locations, this position is essential as a nexus of communication for staff to respond to inquiries in a timely manner.
Qualification requirements: Must be able to perform essential duties satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Minimum Experience: Minimum three years experience working in similar finance or administrative role. Experience or strong desire in working with older adults preferred.
Preferred Education: Graduation from high school; associate's degree preferred, or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Required Knowledge, Skills, and Proficiencies: This position requires excellence in accuracy, attention to detail, and communication, in addition to the ability to effectively present ideas both orally and in writing, the ability to produce reports of a varying nature on a timely basis, skills in the operation of a computer, and the ability to multi-task amid interruptions throughout the day. Strong knowledge of and experience in working with older adults, and the patience required when working with this population is essential. Minimum typing proficiency of 40 W.P.M., and expertise in the use of Microsoft Word, Outlook, Excel, and Access.