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 $75,000 to $95,000


 
JOB SUMMARY: Under the direction and supervision of the Executive Director, the Business Manager oversees the areas of finance, human resources, personnel, and information technology processes.
 
CORE RESPONSIBILITIES:
 
  • Establish policies for fiscal controls and daily operation of the District
  • Prepare reoccurring and/or ad-hoc reports as required by the Executive Director 
  • Assist in the preparation of short and long range financial planning
  • Assist in the development and control of the annual operation budget
  • Analyze financial data and create reports for the departments as needed 
  • Provide monthly operating statement and cash report for the second monthly board report
  • Reconcile monthly bank statements and prepare monthly reconciling statements
  • Prepare, file, and publish financial reports as required by law
  • Prepare and file annual tax levy, budget and appropriation, prevailing wage rates ordinances and/or any other ordinances 
  • Supervise the semi-monthly Accounts Payable process, including, but not limited to, reviewing account coding versus budget coding, board approvals, actual payments versus budgeted amounts and checks
  • Review bi-weekly payroll reports prior to payroll payments
  • Review, create, and/or post daily income journals as well as periodic expense journals
  • Prepare monthly Business Manager Board Reports, attend board meetings, and respond to Board member inquiries and requests as needed 
  • Manage cash flow and invest available cash
  • Assist in preparation of annual bond disclosure
  • Coordinate all District vendor agreements and contracts 
  • Maintain, move, and set up office and computer equipment
  • Supervise the Human Resources Supervisor, Bookkeeper(s) and IT Specialist
  • Complete annual performance evaluations and wage change recommendations for all supervised employees
  • Process applicable transactions with complete understanding of department Cash handling Policy and Procedures
Marginal or Additional Responsibilities: 
  • Keep abreast of current and ongoing state, federal, and private matching funds programs that relate to park and recreation
  •  Keep current on the development of new state laws and general accounting changes 
  • Perform or assist with other projects or duties at the Executive Director’s discretion

LOCATION:  Tony Bettenhausen Recreation Center, 8125 W. 171st St, Tinley Park
 
QUALIFICATIONS:  

  • Bachelor’s Degree in basic accounting or related field is required
  • Five or more years of work experience in a related field is required 
  • Masters’ Degree in Public Administration and/or CPA designation is desirable
  • Strong organizational and problem-solving skills
  • Exceptional communication skills – both oral and written
  • Advanced understanding of government fund accounting
  • Working knowledge of information systems, budgets, planning, and reporting systems
  • General understanding of the Park District code, which includes Appropriation and Tax Levy Ordinance
  • Excellent knowledge of accounting and math procedures
 
INCENTIVES:  The annual salary for this full-time position ranges from $75,000 to $95,000 a year depending on the qualifications of the applicant.  Full-time benefits include low-premium medical, dental, vision insurance; agency provided life insurance; IMRF retirement plan; generous PTO; health and wellness programs; complementary program registrations as well as complementary family memberships to Tinley Fitness, Tony Bettenhausen Recreation Center, Water Park, and Dog Park.
 
ABOUT US:  The Tinley Park-Park District is an award-winning public agency that provides its 55,000 residents with a wide variety of recreation facilities, programs, events, parks, and open spaces.  The Park District maintains over 40 parks, 33 ball fields, and several facilities, which include the Tony Bettenhausen Recreation Center, Tinley Fitness, White Water Canyon Water Park, Canine Campus Dog Park, Tinley Junction Miniature Golf & Batting Cages, Vogt Visual Arts Center, and the Tinley Park Performing Arts Center.
 

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 Tinley Park-Park District

 Contact

Mary Ann Troc
708-342-4203
maryann.troc@tinleyparkdistrict.org

 Closing Date

Open Until Filled

 $26.00 - $28.00/hour, DOQ

ABOUT US
The Bartlett Park District is a local government agency that provides 610 acres of beautiful parks and outstanding recreational opportunities for the residents of Bartlett, Illinois and surrounding neighbors. Major facilities of this Distinguished Accredited Agency and two-time National Gold Medal Finalist includes 44 parks, a community center, indoor and outdoor aquatic centers, a 9-hole golf course and an 18-hole golf course, event and reception facility, ski hill, athletic field complex, nature center, gymnasium, and more. 
 
The District is hiring two Full-Time Parks Supervisor Positions in our Parks Department: one position for Parks & Athletic Fields and one for Parks & Golf Course.  While the primary duties and qualifications for the positions will slightly vary, the schedule, pay, and benefits offered will be the same. 
 
JOB SUMMARY
Under the guidance and supervision of the Parks Manager, the Parks Supervisor coordinates and supervises a variety of park maintenance activities in turf, horticulture, special events, and recreation support.    The Parks Supervisor will also supervise and facilitate with full-time and part-time staff to ensure assignments are completed up to standards.  This is an at-will position.

 PRIMARY DUTIES FOR PARKS & ATHLETIC FIELDS SUPERVISOR
  • Participate in the preparation and maintenance of the following:
    • Athletic fields, tennis courts, playgrounds, shelters and other amenities. 
    • Turfgrass- mowing and trimming during the growing season.
    • Horticulture such as tree pruning and removal, landscape beds, etc. 
    • Park grounds through litter pickup and trash removal. 
  • Manages work of others, including planning, assigning, scheduling and reviewing work ensuring quality standards.  Responsible for training staff, creating work schedules, and assigning day to day duties.
  • Monitor and maintain irrigation systems at Koehler Fields including coordinating start-up and shut down (winterization) of system.   
  • Assist with regular formal inspections as assigned for parks, playgrounds and athletic fields. Conduct property inspections for signs of wear, damage, and vandalism.
  • Ensure the training and safe operations of equipment such as power tools, hand tools, string trimmers, aerators, sprayers, large production mowers, chainsaws, chippers, tractors, and trucks.
  • Perform snow and ice removal operations from parking lots, sidewalks, and trails throughout the Park District, as needed. 
  • Responsible for implementing preventative schedules and ongoing turf maintenance such as fertilization and herbicide applications, aeration, and seeding.  
  • Prepare RFP’s for the Park District as needed and required. 
  • Responsible for Special Projects as assigned.
  • Supervise assigned Parks Department staff, which includes full-time and part-time seasonal workers.  
  • Maintain inter-departmental communication through verbal and written communication. 
  • Assist in the preparation and administration of the annual Parks Department budget. 
  • Attend district-wide trainings, crisis trainings and staff trainings as directed. 
  • Attend professional educational conferences and workshops as they pertain to the position, within budget parameters, and with the Parks Manager and Superintendent’s approval. 
  • Perform other duties as assigned.
 
PRIMARY DUTIES FOR PARKS & GOLF COURSE SUPERVISOR
  • Participate in the preparation and maintenance of the following:
    • Horticulture including, installation and removal of trees, shrubs and landscape beds, including preventative maintenance schedules and natural areas.
    • Park grounds and trails through litter pickup and trash removal. 
    • Golf Course including improvements.
  • Manages work of others, including planning, assigning, scheduling and reviewing work ensuring quality standards.  Responsible for training staff, creating work schedules, and assigning day to day duties.
  • Monitor and maintain irrigation systems at Apple Orchard Golf Course, Bartlett Aquatic Center, and Community Center landscape beds, including coordinating start-up and shut down (winterization) of all systems.   
  • Assist with regular formal inspections as assigned for parks. Conduct property inspections for signs of wear, damage, and vandalism.
  • Ensure the training and safe operations of equipment such as power tools, hand tools, string trimmers, aerators, sprayers, large production mowers, chainsaws, chippers, tractors, and trucks.
  • Perform snow and ice removal operations from parking lots, sidewalks, and trails throughout the Park District, as needed.  
  • Maintain all parking lots and drives for the Park District including, car stops, repairs, striping, seal coating, litter, and sweeping. 
  • Prepare RFP’s for the Park District as needed and required. 
  • Responsible for Special Projects as assigned.
  • Supervise assigned Parks Department staff, which includes full-time and part-time seasonal workers.  
  • Maintain inter-departmental communication through verbal and written communication. 
  • Assist in the preparation and administration of the annual Parks Department budget.
  • Attend district-wide trainings, crisis trainings and staff trainings as directed. 
  • Attend professional educational conferences and workshops as they pertain to the position, within budget parameters, and with the Parks Manager and Superintendent’s approval. 
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS
  • Associate’s Degree in parks, horticulture, turf management, forestry or related field
  • Minimum of three (3) years experience in park operations, including the maintenance of turf, landscapes, maintenance equipment, park amenities, or equivalent combination of education and experience
  • Must obtain Illinois Pesticide Applicators License within one-year of the date of hire
  • Good communication skills and experience in directing maintenance crews is a must
  • Must possess and maintain a valid Driver’s License and be able to provide own transportation
 
SCHEDULE & PAY
This is a Full-Time, FLSA Non-Exempt, at-will position.  Hours are Monday-Friday, 7:00AM – 3:30PM (40 hours per week with nights and weekends as needed, including on-call schedule).  Pay range is $26.00 - $28.00 DOQ.
 
BENEFITS OFFERED
In exchange for your time and talent, we offer a generous benefit package (including but not limited to):
  • Medical, dental, and vision coverage, along with life insurance (basic and voluntary)
  • Pension plan (IMRF), 457 Nationwide plan, and Section 125 Flexible Spending Account
  • Paid holidays and vacation, sick, personal, and floating holiday time, and facility discounts & usage benefits
 
 

Interested applicants please apply via the Park District website Employment - Bartlett Park District (bartlettparks.org).  Please include your Resume and Cover Letter.
 
 
Deadline to apply is July 25, 2024.   Bartlett Park District is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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 Bartlett Park District

 Contact

Catalina Rodelo
crodelo@bartlettparks.org

 Closing Date

July 25, 2024

 Starting salary $45,000-$58,000/annually plus benefits

The Alsip Park District is seeking qualified individuals to apply for the Athletic Supervisor Position.  This is a full time position.
 
Qualifications:  A minimum of 2 years of experience at the supervisory level with a Bachelor’s Degree in Recreation Administration or related field preferred, certification as a CPRP desirable.  Valid Illinois Driver’s License required.
Good written and oral communication skills.  Exceptional skills in working tactfully and harmoniously with subordinates, co-workers, supervisors, department heads, Board of Commissioners and community supporters.
 

Duties:  The Athletic Supervisor is a full-time position under the direct supervision of the Superintendent of Recreation.  The Athletic Supervisor is responsible for planning, implementing and evaluating all athletic programs: youth, adult, special events, instructional programs and sports camps. The position will also supervise, maintain and facilitate all daily operations of Commissioner’s Park Concession Stand along with softball and soccer fields. This position is responsible for recruiting, training, supervising and evaluating all athletic staff: site supervisors, concession staff, instructors, officials and volunteer coaches.  Must be able to complete program budgets for all programs under their direct supervision and evaluate and maintain all athletic equipment and supplies.  This position will work a minimum of forty hours a week, Monday through Friday and evenings and weekends as required.  

Contact:                    Please mail or e-mail cover letter, resume and references to:

                                    Jennifer Torres
                                    Superintendent of Recreation
                                    12521 South Kostner
                                     Alsip, IL  60803
 
                                    Phone:  708-389-1003
                                    Contact Email:  jtorres@alsipparks.org
                                    Contact Fax:  708-389-1529

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 Alsip Park District

 Contact

Jennifer Torres
708-389-1003
jtorres@alsipparks.org

 Closing Date

Open Until Filled

 $50,000 - $55,000, DOQ

Description: The Park Ridge Park District has an exciting opportunity for an individual to join its team as the full-time Fitness Supervisor. The selected individual is responsible for the overall development, planning and implementation of the Centennial Fitness Center fitness programs; this includes group fitness class programming, personal training, specialty fitness, and children's sports and fitness programs.


Qualifications: Two to three years of related management and group fitness/personal training experience. Certified Personal Trainer and/or Group Fitness Instructor Certification preferred (ACE, NASM/AFAA). Intermediate skills in Microsoft Office software. Ability to obtain CPR/AED/First Aid instructor certification within one year of hire. CPR/AED Certified or ability to obtain certification within 90 days. Knowledge of or ability to learn Vermont Systems (RecTrac) registration software, MSI accounting software, and Paycom payroll software. Advanced level of written and verbal communication in the English Language is required.


Education: Bachelor's degree in Recreation & Park Administration, Exercise Science, Kinesiology, or alternatively a related field.


Availability: This position works a non-traditional work week including nights and weekends based on programming and facility needs.


Benefits:  We offer a generous health plan effective the first day of employment in addition to many other benefits including a pension through IMRF.


View Full Job Description and Apply:  Fitness Supervisor (full-time, exempt) (paycomonline.net)


The Park Ridge Park District is an equal opportunity employer.

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 Park Ridge Park District

 Contact

Justin Schuring
847-692-5136
jschuring@prparks.org

 Closing Date

Open Until Filled

 28.00 - 37.40 per hour DOQ

JOB STATUS: Full time       DIVISION: Parks and Properties       FSLA STATUS: Non-Exempt    JOB LOCATION: Heritage Oaks Golf Maintenance 

The Northbrook Park District is seeking an individual with skilled mechanical work involving the maintenance, repair, modification and/or fabrication of vehicles and equipment used in the Park District. This position is primarily assigned to oversee equipment maintenance for golf operations at Heritage Oaks Golf Club and Anetsberger Golf Course. Provides coverage and support for Parks Fleet equipment as needed.

Essential Job Duties
  • Responsible for executing daily maintenance and repairs on golf course equipment.
  • Works closely and coordinates with the golf leadership team and supervisor on any issues related to golf course equipment or performance of golf course equipment.
  • Repairs equipment such as tractors, mowers and other specialized equipment used in building, grounds, and golf maintenance; repairs and/or replaces motors, engines, transmissions, brakes, and carburetors; performs electrical and hydraulic systems repairs.
  • Tunes engines and performs preventive maintenance on vehicles and equipment; checks systems, changes oil, greases moving parts, checks fluid levels, replaces filters, changes tires, makes brake and clutch adjustments; performs related activities for the prevention, detection, and correction of existing and potential mechanical problems; adjusts cutting heights on mowing equipment and sharpens blades.
  • Creates and follows a schedule of preventive maintenance for all equipment to coordinate completion of maintenance, when possible, during winter months/off-season for golf operations.
  • Locates, prices, and orders parts and supplies needed for the maintenance of equipment within budget allotment.
  • Purchases and controls inventory of equipment parts and supplies.
  • Communicates equipment maintenance needs with supervisor.
  • Assists in the instruction and training of the maintenance workers regarding preventative maintenance, proper cleaning, and safe operation of equipment.
  • Performs major repair projects such as engine overhaul, body work and transmission repairs.
  • Cuts, grinds, welds, and fabricates metal to fit repair assignments; performs minor body work as needed.
  • Operates specialized grinding and sharpening equipment for maintenance of reel and rotary mowers.
  • Maintains records for vehicles and equipment including routine maintenance and major repairs using a asset management software.
  • Operates snowplows, trucks, and other equipment for the removal of snow from park district roads, parking lots and walkways during golf off-season.
  • Report any work-related or patron injuries or incidents to supervisor; report unsafe conditions to supervisor and correct if appropriate; complete incident/accident report forms as needed.
  • Assists and fills in for Parks Mechanic as needed.
  • Perform all job tasks in a safe manner.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.
 
To view job description, click here.
 
Qualifications
Completion of four (4) years of high school, including or supplemented by three (3) years of experience in maintenance and repair of the equipment used in ground maintenance; or any equivalent combination of training and experience which provides the following knowledge, ability, and skills.
 
Knowledge
  • Tools, equipment, and materials used in vehicle and equipment repair and maintenance.
  • Occupational hazards and precautionary measures.
  • Hydraulic and electrical systems found on maintenance equipment.

Skills & Abilities
  • Use, operation, and care of tools and equipment utilized in grounds and golf maintenance.
  • Perform skilled maintenance and repair of diverse vehicles and equipment including gasoline and diesel engines.
  • Must posses skill in diagnosing and locating problems and defects in mechanical parts and equipment and be able to adjust, repair or replace the equipment or vehicle
  • Ability to read and follow manuals, operating instructions, wiring diagrams, installation, and adjustment procedures by equipment manufacturers.
  • Cut, weld, grind, and fabricate parts as needed for repair assignments.
  • Basic skills in Microsoft Office programs (Word, Excel, Outlook)
  • Valid Illinois Driver's License Required
  • Drive trucks and operation of all equipment.
  • CPR and AED certified.
Compensation and Hours
$28.00 - $37.40 per hour
Monday - Friday 5:30 am - 1:30 pm
 
Physical Requirements
The physical requirements 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 of the job.
  • Frequently required to use hands and fingers to handle, feel or operate objects, tools, or controls and reach with hands and arms. Occasionally required to stand, talk, hear, walk, sit, climb, or balance, stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl, and smell.
  • Frequently works near moving mechanical parts and is frequently exposed to wet and/or humid conditions and vibration. Occasionally exposed to fumes or airborne particles and toxic or caustic chemicals. The employee works around heavy machinery and may be exposed to risk of electrical shock.
  • Frequently lift and/or move up to and more than 50 pounds, over 50 lbs with assistance.
  • Specific vision ability required by this job includes close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus. Hand-eye coordination is necessary to operate equipment.
 
Working Conditions
Work is performed in an indoor and outdoor setting. Work may be performed outdoors with exposure to warm and/or cold temperatures and/or icy conditions for short or long periods of time. May be exposed to high noise levels, fumes, dust, or odors (such as paint), uneven ground or varying heights (use of a ladder). Works near or operates heavy machinery and/or equipment with moving mechanical parts. Work related tools will be provided.

To apply, please complete a job application at: https://nbparks.co/golfmechanic

Our Mission: To enhance our community by providing outstanding services, parks, and facilities through environmental, social, and financial stewardship.

Northbrook Park District is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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 Northbrook Park District

 Contact

Randy Truhlar
rtruhlar@nbparks.org

 Closing Date

Open Until Filled