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 $43,409.60-$47,652.80

Calendar/Work Days: Tuesday- Saturday, 6:00am- 2:30pm
Reports to: Site Manager /Director of Operations Pay Rate: Up to $23.92/hour - Overtime available Benefits: No cost family or single health insurance available. Paid vacation, paid holidays, IMRF Pension.

Job Summary: Works collegially to provide a secure, attractive, clean, healthy and safe outdoor environment for school related functions and all occupants of the building. See attached job description.

QUALIFICATIONS - EXPERIENCE - KNOWLEDGE: High school diploma or equivalent required Ability to read and understand technical direction, procedures, safety manuals, etc. Ability to communicate in English (speak/read/write Ability to operate and use materials and equipment in a safe manner Valid driver's license required. Ability to set work priorities, multi-task and work independently, and use time management and organization strategies well. Presents a professional image and interacts professionally with faculty, staff, students and community

Notice of Nondiscrimination: The District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies: NON-DISCRIMINATION COORDINATOR Cheryl Moore Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources 5500 South Grant Street Hinsdale, IL 60521 630-570-8008

For further information on notice of non-discrimination, visit https://ocrcas.ed.gov/contact-ocr?field_state_value=652 for the address and phone number of the office that serves your area, or call 1-800-421-3481

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 Hinsdale Township High School District 86

 Contact

Stephanie Eichorst
630-655-6106
seichorst@hinsdale86.org

 Closing Date

Open Until Filled

 $45,000 - $50,000

The Prospect Heights Park District is looking for an exceptional candidate to join our supportive team and serve our community. This position will provide the ideal candidate with opportunities to develop new and improved program ideas, support to grow their professional experience, and maintain a healthy work-life balance to be their best at work and home.

BACKGROUND

The Prospect Heights Park District serves over 15,000 residents mostly from the City of Prospect Heights, a small portion of the Villages of Mount Prospect, Arlington Heights, and Wheeling. The agency’s operating budget is over $5 million which includes the Gary Morava Recreation Center with gymnasium & fitness room, in addition to an outdoor swimming pool, 18-hole golf course, banquet facility, 4-mile bike path, 14 park sites and over 71 acres of land. The agency employs 20 full-time, 25 part-time and about 134 seasonal employees.

POSITION

The Recreation Supervisor – Aquatics, Athletics & Fitness is primarily responsible for planning, budgeting, organizing, staffing, scheduling, and safety within assigned program areas. Additionally, this position will serve as the Safety Coordinator for the district, working in conjunction with Human Resources and other department personnel. This is an at-will, full-time exempt employee working a minimum of 40 hours a week, Monday – Friday, including evening and weekend hours dictated by program needs.

The benefit package includes: medical, dental, vision and life insurance (basic and voluntary); IMRF pension plan; short and long-term disability; 457(b) deferred compensation plan; AFLAC; wellness programs and incentives; paid holidays and time off; paid professional certifications, paid professional development opportunities and memberships; facility and program usage.

QUALIFICATIONS

REQUIRED

  • Bachelor’s degree in Recreation, Exercise Science, Health or Physical Education, or a related field, plus at least three years of experience in a leadership or supervisory position, preferably in the field of parks and recreation

  • Valid Illinois driver’s license

  • Lifeguard Instructor certification or obtained within 45 days of hire date

  • CPR/First Aid/AED Instructor certification or obtained within 45 days of hire date

  • Proficient Microsoft Office skills

  • Capacity to utilize effective time management, communication, and interpersonal skills

PREFERRED

  • Certified Park and Recreation Professional (CPRP) certification

  • Certified Pool Operator (CPO) or Aquatic Facility Operator (AFO) certification or obtained within 1 year of hire date

  • Software Knowledge: RecTrac, Meet Manager, Paycor, and/or WordPress

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Responsible for delivering and evaluating current programs/events or developing and delivering new or updated programs/events in the areas of Aquatics, Athletics and Fitness to meet the needs of the community

  • Serve as District’s Safety Coordinator responsible for creating and coordinating all safety activities with HR Coordinator and various departments

  • Recruit, interview, hire, train, schedule, evaluate, and motivate staff and volunteers to deliver high-quality programs/events to all participants

  • Evaluate programs/events through observation, past/current attendance records, and participant feedback to make decisions about the continued viability of the programs/events

  • Attend continuing education opportunities on new issues and trends within the parks and recreation field to ensure our programs/events are constantly evolving and maintaining relevance

  • Prepare annual program budgets and goals; monitor and track financial activities and goals

A complete job description is available at phparks.org/employment/.

ATTRIBUTES

We are seeking a motivated individual that strives for excellence; prepared to evaluate and improve program offerings; promotes a culture of teamwork; possesses strong organizational and communication skills; skilled in time management; and able to problem solve in unexpected situations.

APPLY FOR POSITION

Please visit phparks.org/employment/ to apply for this position by February 12, 2023.

Questions should be directed to Ray Doerner, Superintendent of Recreation, at 847.666.4862 or rdoerner@phparks.org.

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 Prospect Heights Park District

 Contact

Ray Doerner
847-666-4862
rdoerner@phparks.org

 Closing Date

February 12, 2023

 $21-$23/Hour DOQ

HANOVER PARK PARK DISTRICT JOB DESCRIPTION FACILITIES & AQUATICS TECHNICIAN

Under the supervision of the Facilities Supervisor, the Facilities and Aquatics Technician is responsible maintenance and repair of all facilities and mechanical systems. The Facility Systems Technician shall also work with full and part-time staff carrying out these and other functions, as assigned. Lifting not to exceed 50 lbs. without assistance.

QUALIFICATIONS:

A high school diploma or GED equivalent is required, and at least three years experience in building/facilities system operations. Individual must possess a valid Illinois Drivers License and successfully pass a review of driver’s abstract report. Individual must complete and pass a pre-placement physical examination and drug screen administered by Hanover Park Park District selected facility.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE:

Knowledge and experience in maintenance and new construction of building/facilities carpentry, mechanical, electrical, plumbing and pool filtration systems. Must be able to interact with full and part-time staff. Must be attentive to detail. Problem solving and the ability to express oneself in written and verbal forms is required. Must obtain CPO within 60 days of hire.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

  1. Operation, maintenance and repair of the Park District’s facilities, mechanicals, custodial and their respective staffs, within the Park District including aquatic facilities.
  2. Aid in the preparation and coordination of district-wide buildings and facility improvements.
  3. Assistance in formulating work schedules and monitoring those schedules.
  4. Carrying out daily work orders.
  5. Assistance in preparation of the maintenance goals and objectives of the department.
  6. Conduct equipment, operational and safety inspections with documentation of same, as assigned.
  7. Facilities and Aquatics Technician is responsible for the upkeep and accountability of the facilities and mechanicals including aquatics.
  8. Facilities and Aquatics Technician is responsible for conducting the buildings/facilities operation in a safe manner, issuing any and all safety equipment and issuing documentation of incidents and accidents.
  9. Performing other Park District duties, as assigned.
  10. Possibility of working outside / inside in all types of weather and at all times of the day, including but not limited to overnights, weekends and holidays

PSYCHOLOGICAL CONSIDERATIONS:

  1. Worker may work unsupervised.
  2. Worker may need to seek out supervision when it is needed.

PHYSIOLOGICAL CONSIDERATIONS:

  1. Worker is exposed to odors from cleaning supplies and other chemicals.

ENVIRONMENTAL CONSIDERATIONS:

  1. Worker is exposed to outside weather conditions 90% of the time, including extreme heat and cold, snow, rain and ice.
  2. Protective clothing is required as follows:
    • Earplugs, ear covers
    • Helmets
    • Respirators
    • Safety goggles/glasses
    • Chaps
    • Leather type work boot
    • Protective gloves
    • Disposable (chemical) overalls

COGNITIVE CONSIDERATIONS:

  1. Worker must be able to follow directions from supervisor with safe follow through.
  2. Worker must use good safety awareness and judgement.

RECOMMENDATIONS FOR ACCOMMODATION:

Workers are allowed and encouraged to use mechanical or manual assists for lifting above 50 lbs. as a guideline. Working in teams will also allow workers to have assistance with heavier activities at various sites.

Other situations requiring accommodation would need to be analyzed more specifically.

BENEFITS

The district offers a generous IMRF Pension, Comprehensive Dental & Vision and Health Insurance Package. Employees also receive 14 days paid vacation, 12 sick days and 2.5 personal days annually.

THIS IS A FULL-TIME NON-EXEMPT POSITION

Please send cover letter & resume to Steve Bessette, at s.bessette@hpparks.org

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 Hanover Park Park District

 Contact

Steve Bessette
6308372468
s.bessette@hpparks.org

 Closing Date

February 10, 2023

 $18-$22 per hour, final rate DOQ

Incorporated in 1955 and encompassing more than 454 acres, the Mt. Prospect Park District provides outstanding recreational programs, events, parks, facilities and services. With seven primary facilities and 27 neighborhood parks, the Park District is an integral part of a thriving multi-generational community. District open space includes two outdoor pools, biking and walking paths, a dog park and sizable space for outdoor athletic programming. The District covers over 11 square miles and serves a region of over a quarter million residents in Mount Prospect and surrounding communities.

Interested candidates should submit an application via Frontline/AppliTrack applicant tracking at: https://www.applitrack.com/mppd/onlineapp/default.aspx?Category=Administration

Or, you can visit us at www.mppd.org – click on “Careers” at the top of the page and look under Vacancies for the Administration/Accounts Payable Assistant job posting.

We are seeking a Part-Time/IMRF Accounts Payable Assistant to join the Administration team! This position will be responsible for the preparation and execution of the Mt. Prospect Park District’s accounts payable (A/P) process, to include organizing A/P for timely payment, processing purchase orders and check requests and utilizing the District’s financial software. The Accounts Payable Assistant will also provide support to the Director of Administration on other projects and responsibilities. This exciting position offers a flexible work schedule, averaging approximately 21-28 hours per week, though hours must typically fall between 9am-5pm (Monday-Friday) and be able to meet necessary weekly deadlines/Park District needs.

Applicants should have at least a High School diploma or the equivalent and two or more years-experience in accounts payable functions. Park District or local government A/P experience preferred. This position is a Part-Time, IMRF (Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund eligible) position, with a starting pay rate of $18-$22 per hour. Final rate DOQ. Benefits for PT/IMRF positions include holiday and vacation pay, vision discount plan (VSP), and eligibility to contribute to a 457 defined contribution plan.

GENERAL DESCRIPTION:

Under the direction of the Director of Administration, the Accounts Payable Assistant will be responsible for the preparation and execution of the Mt. Prospect Park District’s accounts payable (A/P) process. Will organize A/P for timely payment, process purchase orders and check requests and utilize the District’s financial software. This is a Part-Time IMRF position. Flexible schedule is possible but must be between the hours of 9am-5pm (Monday-Friday). Scheduled hours must be approved in advance and be able to meet the necessary weekly deadlines and all other Park District needs.

DUTIES:

Receive, process and route Park District invoices and bills to the appropriate staff for coding and approval. Verify proper coding and signatures upon return. Assist with the Director of Administration with ensuring all purchases are made in accordance with the Park District’s approved Purchasing Policy.

Maintain a list of open Purchase Orders and match with corresponding invoices.

Enter approved invoices into the Park District’s accounting system, charging appropriate accounts. Print and distribute weekly A/P checks including mailing to vendors and filing paid invoices.

Maintain vendor files, both electronic and paper, entering new vendors as needed. Request W-9 forms as necessary. Communicate with vendors and employees to resolve billing and/or payment issues.

Review and enter monthly P-Card purchase detail, verifying receipts and ensuring proper procedure.

Assist with annual audit, as requested.

Assist with P-Card payment processing for approved Park District utility bills.

Generate monthly A/P reports for the Board Packet, as requested. Print and distribute vendor history reports as requested.

Assist with additional projects and responsibilities of the Administration Division as requested including payroll, deposits, refund processing and data entry support.

All other duties as assigned by the Director of Administration and/or the Executive Director. However, in an emergency, perform all other duties as required.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Must have a High School diploma or the equivalent and two or more years-experience in accounts payable functions. Park District or local government A/P experience preferred.

Working knowledge of Park District operations and familiarity with accounting and financial systems preferred.

Ability to maintain confidentiality and meet scheduled deadlines. Must possess excellent time management skills in order to be successful.

Must have a solid working knowledge of MS Office and databases, and possess excellent typing and word processing skills. Experience with Google Workspace applications and payroll systems a plus.

This position requires strong attention-to-detail, accurate data entry and the ability to establish priorities, plan and multi-task under time constraints.

Must possess knowledge of office terminology, procedures and equipment.

Must possess knowledge of business math and English.

Must possess excellent oral and written communication skills and demonstrate the ability to organize, prepare and present information.

Ability to maintain records and prepare reports. Ability to produce accurate work on a timely basis and to perform required duties with initiative, good judgment, accuracy, tact and courtesy.

Must be able to communicate effectively with others to allow for the coordination of work and in emergency situations if needed.

PHYSICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONSIDERATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS:

This position will require repetitive hand/arm movements such as when working on a computer keyboard, calculator, etc. There will be some bending, kneeling and reaching for items off the floor and high shelves.

Must be able to lift 20+ pounds for supplies and other items.

The general work area is an indoor, smoke-free environment with controlled temperature and fluorescent lighting.

This position may be exposed to noise distractions from employees or equipment operation in adjacent work areas. Additionally, there may be infrequent exposure to cleaning materials and office supplies.

Due to the needs of the Park District, evening and weekend hours could be required. Your work schedule may vary and your workweek may exceed regular hours at times but will not exceed 1500 hours per year.

Nothing contained herein shall preclude or limit the Park District from changing this written job description through addition, deletion, or modification of essential job duties.

The Mt. Prospect Park District is an equal opportunity employer.

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 Mt. Prospect Park District

 Contact

Mary Kiaupa
847-255-5380

 Closing Date

Open Until Filled

 Starting annual is $64,486.00

The City of West Chicago is actively seeking to find a Water Treatment Plant Operator to help deliver an essential service to the community. Applicants with basic water chemistry and basic facilities experience with some mechanical system aptitude (or desire to learn) are encouraged to apply! The City will assist the best qualified applicant with completing certifications and licenses if not attained at time of hire.

This position monitors daily operation of equipment & processes of 9.0 MGD lime softening Water Treatment Plant. The Plant operates as a 24/7 operation with three (3) shifts on four (4) or five (5) consecutive days. Required qualifications: High School diploma or equivalent, two (2) years of experience in a similar water treatment environment and/or equivalent training/education in an academic setting; Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (IEPA) Class C Water Supply Operator’s Certification License is preferred or possession of a Class C Operator in Training Certification with the ability to obtain Class C Water Supply Operator license within six months of date of hire; a valid Illinois driver's license.

The starting salary for this position is $64,486 and the range currently maxes out at $86,664.00. This career opportunity comes with full benefits and IMRF participation.

A detailed job description is available at: https://westchicago.org/news/water-plant-operator/

Applications are available at: https://westchicago.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/11/WC-Employment-Application-11-11-2022.pdf

Please return completed applications via email to SDumanovic@westchicago.org.

EOE.

Position open until filled.

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 City of West Chicago

 Contact

Sash Dumanovic
(630) 293-2215
sdumanovic@westchicago.org

 Closing Date

Open Until Filled