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 $45,000- $65,000

Summary: 
The Superintendent of Human Resources is responsible for maintaining all personnel records, payroll financial records and related issues as required by the Park District. Knowledge includes, but is not limited to, a thorough understanding of the District’s Personnel Policy Manual, Union Contract and payroll processes, including monthly, quarterly, and year-end reporting, knowledge of insurance claim processing; knowledge of governmental reporting requirements; understanding of IMRF and other retirement plans. 
 
Essential duties and Responsibilities of the Position:
 
·       Process and verify accuracy of payroll along with quarterly and year-end reports, fill all reports including W-2’s withing specified time. 
·       Maintain accurate personnel files on all employees, including confidential personnel records. 
·       Coordinate and process paperwork on all newly hired and re-hired employees, including physical exams when required, criminal background checks and State and Federal reporting requirements. 
·       Complete paperwork and maintain files on independent contractors.
·       Review and update all Safety Manuals, Employee Handbooks, and District’s Personnel Policy Manual on an annual basis.
·       Provide employment information, worker’s compensation information, and payroll information as requested by district’s insurance firm. 
·       Process all payroll enrollment forms including tax, IMRF, group health insurance as required.
·       Assist employees with health insurance claims and administer all COBRA and FMLA paperwork. 
·       Monitor and keep current on all state and federal employment laws, mandated insurance programs, and IMRF regulations.
·       Provide assistance in areas of employment, affirmative action, salary and benefits, and employee communications; make suggestions and appropriate actions recommendations to address any employee relation issues. 
·       Maintain CPR Certification and training requirements on all employees.
·       Perform all functions of the position in compliance with District policies, procedures, work rules and employee manual.
·       Follow all departmental safety rules that pertain to the duties performed and support all aspects of Park District’s safety and risk management program.
·       Collaborate cooperatively with residents, colleagues, the public, PDRMA and other agencies or organizations as delegated. 
·       Promote Park district facilities and programs. 
·       Adhere to department dress code.
·       Maintain a positive public appearance.
·       Attending conferences, seminars, workshops, webinars, meetings and trainings as delegated.  
·       Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite
·       Other duties as assigned by the Executive Director
 
Employees may be asked to perform other duties in addition to the job functions described above. The functions listed above should not be construed as describing all the responsibilities which are part of the position. This above list is not exhaustive and may be supplemented, as necessary.
 
Education and/ or experience:
Bachelors’ degree from an accredited university in Human Resources, Business Management, or related field is preferred with at least 5 or more years of payroll or human resources experience. Obtain/maintain CPR certification during employment.

How to Apply:

Send resume and cover letter and references to Hollice Clark III, Executive Director at hollice@mycmpd.com. Position is open until March 29, 2024




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 Calumet Memorial Park District

 Contact

Hollice Clark III
708-868-7151
hollice@mycmpd.com

 Closing Date

March 29, 2024

 $44,727-$55,908 DOE

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TITLE: ET/Camp Assistant Supervisor
REPORTS TO: Recreation/Early Childhood Supervisor
DIVISION: Recreation Program & Facility Services
FLSA STATUS: Exempt
CATEGORY: Full Time Employee I
GRADE: 6
RATE OF PAY: $44,727 - $55,908
LAST REVISED: February 2024
 
SUMMARY
The ET/Camp Assistant Supervisor, under the direction of the Recreation/ Early Childhood Supervisor is responsible for assisting with the planning, organization, and supervision of School Age Programs.  The responsibilities encompass various program areas, including Extended Time, Day Camp and other relevant School Age programs. Additionally, this position serves as the direct supervisor for part-time and seasonal employees.
 
QUALIFICATIONS
  • Bachelor's degree in Recreation or related field preferred.
  • 3+ years of experience working with school age children.
  • Previous experience managing part-time/seasonal staff preferred. 
  • Must possess the ability to organize, prepare and present both written and verbal information to individuals and groups.
  • Understand and use basic current computer operating systems and job-related software applications.
  • Strong leadership qualities. 
  • Must possess a valid driver's license and current vehicle insurance.
  • Current CPR/AED Certification preferred.
 
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
  • Collaborate with the Recreation/Early Childhood Supervisor in recruiting part-time and seasonal candidates. This involves reviewing applications, conducting interviews, and making recommendations for employment. 
  • Design and implement staff training programs and develop work schedules.
  • Monitor monthly expenditures for extended time and camps, reporting any deviations regularly.
  • Manage the procurement of necessary program supplies and attire.
  • Assist in installment billing for extended time and camp programs.
  • Generate required forms for Extended Time/Camp and other programs as needed.
  • Distribute monthly newsletters to parents and staff through Constant Contact.
  • Evaluate program effectiveness through surveys, observations, and feedback from participants and instructors.
  • Contribute to the review and update of procedures/manuals/guidelines for extended time and camp regularly.
  • Support the Recreation/Early Childhood Supervisor in payroll processes for part-time and seasonal employees.
  • Assist in planning field trips and school institute days for extended time and camp.
  • Participate in performance evaluations on an annual basis.
  • Conduct regular observations of extended time and camp sites.
  • Provide substitution as needed for ET and Camp.
  • Provide support in the recruitment and training of one-on-one inclusion aides as required.
  • Address parent inquiries and/or complaints in a timely manner.
  • Contribute to the preparation of brochures according to established schedules.
  • Submit reports to the Recreation/Early Childhood Supervisor when requested.
  • Demonstrate self-motivation and the ability to achieve goals with minimal supervision.
  • Perform job duties safely and in compliance with District policies, procedures, and safety rules.
  • Attend necessary seminars and training workshops.
  • Assist in ACA Camp Accreditations, school and camp site license exempt paperwork and management of Gateway files for DCFS. 
  • Assist with Park District Special Events and provide support to Recreation Supervisors as needed.
 
MARGINAL FUNCTIONS
  • The demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
 
PHYSICAL CONSIDERATIONS
  • May frequently be required to walk, sit, talk, and hear.
  • May frequently be required to use hands/fingers, feel and reach with hands and arms.
  • May frequently be required to stoop, bend, kneel, crouch and walk upstairs.
  • Must be able to lift, support, and/or restrain program participant. 
  • May be in awkward or difficult positions resulting in physical fatigue.
  • Must be able to perform manual labor with varying degree of physical exertion.
  • May occasionally be required to lift and/or move up to 50 pounds without assistance. Over 50 pounds with assistance. 
 
PSYCHOLOGICAL CONSIDERATIONS
  • Must be able to perform in a friendly, competent, and patient manner under stressful conditions. 
  • Must be able to resolve differences between staff.
  • Must be able to work independently. 
  • Must be able to work safely and appropriately when driving in unfavorable conditions.
 
PHYSIOLOGICAL CONSIDERATIONS
  • Prolonged stress and pressures of the position could affect some individuals’ blood pressure.
 
ENVIRONMENTAL CONSIDERATIONS
  • Occasionally exposed to elevated noise levels from participants, sound equipment, maintenance equipment or power tools. May be exposed to dust, pollen, mold, insects, etc. 
  • Occasionally may be in and out of controlled temperatures. 
 
COGNITIVE CONSIDERATIONS
  • Worker must be able to:
  • Use basic math, reading and writing skills.
  • Exhibit good problem-solving abilities.
  • Use good safety awareness and judgment.
 

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 Crystal Lake Park District

 Contact

Rocio Arreola-Escutia
rescutia@crystallakeparks.org

 Closing Date

Open Until Filled

  $60,987.50 - $70,135.63

Nestled on the shores of Lake Michigan, the Park District of Highland Park has a mystique all its own just waiting to be discovered. Founded over a century ago, it is one of the oldest park districts in Illinois. The Park District serves over 30,000 residents in the City of Highland Park, Illinois and a small portion of the Village of Deerfield and is located approximately 25 miles north of Chicago.

We are currently looking for a Full-Time Recreation Supervisor Youth Enrichment and Arts to join our extraordinary team.

Under the direction of the Recreation Manager, the Recreation Supervisor Youth Enrichment and Arts is responsible for planning, coordinating, and supervising summer camps, cultural and performing arts, and after school enrichment. The Recreation Supervisor duties would include supervision of existing programs, as well as the development of new programs. Additionally, the Recreation Supervisor works with the Recreation Manager to foster relationships with the Highland Park community, school districts, and neighboring agencies to identify growth opportunities

Education and/or Experience: Bachelor’s degree in Parks and Recreation or similar field from a four-year college or university and at least two (2) years of related parks and recreation experience in a professional capacity, or an equivalent combination of education and experience is required. Experience with managing others is required. Related professional certification is preferred.
 
Computer Skills: To perform this job successfully, an individual should have knowledge of PC computers, Microsoft applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook). Ability to learn other software systems including but not limited to RaceTrac, Encode, and Paycom.

Schedule: Monday-Friday, 8:30am-5:00pm (nights and weekends may be necessary due to programming)
 
Benefits: Excellent benefit package including paid holidays and paid time off, health, dental and vision insurance, life insurance, voluntary life insurance options, flexible spending and dependent care spending account options, a defined benefit pension plan (IMRF) and a voluntary deferred retirement plan and opportunities to get involved in recreational programs for free or reduced cost.

To view full job description and to apply online please visit

https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=48107&clientkey=315B3AF80DDEE71A200E9AE10728AA6C

The Park District of Highland Park is an equal opportunity employer.

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 Park District of Highland Park

 Contact

Nicholas Kapetan
847-579-3117
nkapetan@pdhp.org

 Closing Date

Open Until Filled

 $64,952.00 - $74,694.00

Are you a Aquatics professional looking to work for a Welcoming, Caring and Extraordinary Park District
 
The Park District of Highland Park is looking for you!
 
Nestled on the shores of Lake Michigan, the Park District of Highland Park has a mystique all its own just waiting to be discovered. Founded over a century ago, it is one of the oldest park districts in Illinois. The Park District serves over 30,000 residents in the City of Highland Park, Illinois and a small portion of the Village of Deerfield and is located approximately 25 miles north of Chicago.
 
We are currently looking for a Full-Time Aquatics Supervisor - Lakefront to join our extraordinary team.

Under the direction of the Manager of Aquatics, the Aquatics Supervisor - Lakefront is responsible for assisting in the organizational planning, coordinating and implementation of operational and aquatic program planning at Lakefront Properties. The Aquatics Supervisor Lakefront will work collaboratively with the Aquatics Supervisor - Programs and be responsible for cross training staff to work all applicable Aquatics operations. The Aquatics Supervisor Lakefront directly supervises full-time, part-time, and seasonal employees within the Aquatics area, including but not limited to seasonal supervisors, lifeguards, park ambassadors, attendants, and additional support staff as needed.

The Park District offers an excellent benefit package including paid holidays and paid time off, health, dental and vision insurance, life insurance, flexible spending, a defined benefit pension plan (IMRF) and a voluntary deferred retirement plan, opportunities to get involved in recreational programs for free or reduced cost, and more.
 
To view full job description and to apply online please visit

https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=48379&clientkey=315B3AF80DDEE71A200E9AE10728AA6C


The Park District of Highland Park is an equal opportunity employer.

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 Park District of Highland Park

 Contact

Nicholas Kapetan
847-579-3117
nkapetan@pdhp.org

 Closing Date

Open Until Filled

 $54,000 - $65,000

Job Title:                      Facility Trades Specialist II
Department:                 Parks & Maintenance
Reports To:                  Assistant Director of Parks and Maintenance
FLSA Status:               Non-Exempt

Summary
The Facility Trades Specialist II is responsible to the Assistant Director of Parks and Maintenance. The Facility Trades Specialist II is responsible for providing quality building maintenance, support services, snow removal at facilities including the Takiff Center, Weinberg Family Recreation Center, and Glencoe Swimming/Boating Beach and all other park sites with applicable work.
 
The Facility Trades Specialist II shall oversee the physical plant operation, condition and maintenance of the above listed facilities. Furthermore, the Facility Trades Specialist II shall coordinate with Recreation Department staff to manage program support, room setup, and seasonal transitions. In addition to the facility responsibilities, the Facility Trades Specialist II shall complete duties in customer relations as they relate to their specific areas of responsibility.
 
Lastly, the Facility Trades Specialist II shall complete all other duties as assigned.
 
Qualifications
A minimum of an associate’s degree or the equivalent of technical school degree or work experience in a skilled construction trade and training which provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities.
 
Professional experience in HVAC, Electrical or Plumbing trades preferred.
 
The Facility Trades Specialist must be a self-starter who recognizes and recommends necessary repairs and maintenance.  They must have the ability to work independently or with other team members and complete maintenance, repairs, construction and custodial work under minimal supervision.
 
Due to the public nature of the work environment, the individual should have appropriate public relation skills and be courteous to the public at all times.
 
Required Knowledge and Skills
Preferred is a working knowledge or, three to five years’ experience in, and the ability to perform at least three of the following skills: HVAC, plumbing, electrical, carpentry, painting, general facility maintenance, as well as the use of tools and machinery for a variety of projects and repairs.
 
The Facility Trades Specialist II shall complete building and equipment repairs and general improvements within the Takiff Center, Weinberg Family Recreation Center, Glencoe Swimming/Boating Beach, and all other park sites with applicable work.
 
The Facility Trades Specialist II assists with the daily operations of the Facility Maintenance Division, and communicates with the Assistant Director of Parks and Maintenance on a daily basis.
 
Lastly, the Facility Trades Specialist II works in coordination with the Parks Department as needed.
 
All full-time employees must pass a criminal background check, drug test, and physical exam, all of which are paid for the by the Glencoe Park District. Must possess a valid Illinois Driver’s License. An AED/CPR certification is required within six months of employment.
 
It is essential to the successful performance of the position that the Facility Trades Specialist II be readily accessible via cell phone (provided by the Glencoe Park District). 
 
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Department Administration

  • Directly responsible to the Assistant Director of Parks and Maintenance for the daily operation of the Facilities Maintenance Department
  • Oversee and perform repairs on plumbing and electrical systems and mechanical equipment at the Takiff Community Center, Weinberg Family Recreation Center, and Lakefront Beach facilities
  • Assist with the coordination of contractor work, repairs and renovations at all facilities
  • Perform routine inspections and maintenance of equipment and facility machinery such as boilers, furnaces, compressors, blowers, fans, pumps, and heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems
  • Report need of replacement, repair or renovation of equipment, machinery, and adjacent grounds at all facilities
  • Responsible for inventory and replenishment of building maintenance and custodial supplies
  • Assist with the daily oversight of custodial duties at each facility as needed. and complete custodial duties as directed when custodial staff is absent
  • Oversee the logistical support for special events at all facilities
Personnel Management
  • Develop and maintain positive working relationships among all staff
  • Work closely with Facility Trades Specialist I on a routine basis
 
Project & Contractor Management
  • Assist with oversight of district wide maintenance contracts as assigned
  • In the absence of the Assistant Director of Parks and Maintenance provide staff direction
Records and Reports             
  • Keep necessary records as required and submit to Assistant Director of Parks and Maintenance when requested
  • Use computer for inspection-related software if applicable
Safety and Risk Management
  • Read, understand, and enforce the Park District’s “General Safety Rules” and “Safety Policy Statement”
  • Actively support established safety program to control and reduce the frequency and severity of accidents
  • Review and summarize incidents and reports relating to health, safety and loss control policies and procedures
  • Must be comfortable working at heights/roofs and adjacent to deep water
  • Use provided safety equipment on all jobs as needed
  • Observe and report all unsafe practices and conditions that might result in an acciden
Public Relations
  • Meet with residents/facility users to address requests, concerns, and complaints regarding area of responsibility
Physical Requirements
  • Standing: to perform facility repairs, conduct routine maintenance inspections
  • Sitting: to fill out checklists, to make phone calls, to complete department correspondence
  • Manual dexterity: use hands and/or fingers to handle, feel, or operate objects, tools, and controls with a high degree of skill and accuracy
  • Reaching/Pulling/Pushing: to move maintenance car, table and chair racks, audio/visual equipment, cleaning supplies, dolly, mop and bucket, vacuum, broom,
  • Lifting: tables, chairs, tools, tool boxes/bags, equipment, cleaning supplies garbage, boxes, various apparatuses
  • Bending: to pick up tables, chairs, tools, tool boxes/bags, equipment, cleaning supplies garbage, boxes, various apparatuses, debris,
  • Driving: from facility to facility, complete snow removal, pick up or move facility equipment and supply needs
  • Walking: from room to room, facility to facility, to/from garage or adjacent grounds around each facility
  • Talking/Hearing: when communicating with staff, vendors, and the public
Physical Demands
The considerations described below are representative of those that must be met by an employee performing the essential functions of the Facility Trades Specialist II position successfully.  Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable an individual with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
 
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand and walk for extended periods of time. Work requires lifting 50 pounds maximum with frequent lifting and/or carrying of objects weighing up to 25 pounds.

Psychological Demands
To be successful, an individual must be customer service-oriented and be able to deal with patrons with various needs.  Work has the potential to deal with angry customers.
 
Work Environment
Work takes place in both indoor and outdoor conditions.  While performing the duties of Facility Trades Specialist II, the individual may be exposed to outside weather conditions.  The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.

Hours
Due to the very nature of Park District programming, evening, weekend, and some holiday hours are to be expected and it is likely that the work week may exceed 40 hours. Example of an 8-hour work day would be 7:00am to 3:30 pm with a half hour for lunch.
 
The Assistant Director of Parks and Maintenance, Director of Parks and Planning and/or Executive Director may also ask the Facility Trades Specialist II to perform assignments not in this job description.  This job description is subject to periodic review and revision.
 
Closing Date for Applications: Friday March 22, 2024 at 5:00 PM
To be considered for the Facility Trades Specialist II position, interested candidates are encouraged to submit their applications before the closing date. No phone calls or emails, please. 

Glencoe Park District is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, pregnancy, age, national origin, disability status, genetic information, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

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 Glencoe Park District

 Contact

Matt Walker
847-835-3030
mwalker@glencoeparkdistrict.com

 Closing Date

March 22, 2024