Job Summary: The General Manager/Technician is responsible for the on-time high-quality resurfacing and other scheduled maintenance of the ice sheet, maintaining the building cleanliness and safety standards with minimal supervision. This position uses independent judgment within the parameter of the Park District and Ice Arena policies to prioritize and complete tasks and projects to ensure high quality customer service consistent with the changing priorities of daily programming and the inherently changing safety and cleaning needs of an ice arena. Other project will be offered based on skills, interest and needs of the ice arena and its guests.
Duties and Responsibilities: 1. Provide day-to-day supervision of Ice Valley Centre Ice Arena Customer Service Staff in the Admission Office and/or Breakaway Cafe including supervision of all staff members when needed.
Provide a safe, clean, and family-friendly environment by working within the policies, procedures, and rules established by the Kankakee Valley Park District.
This position may require you to fill in a position if there is a call off, etc.
Will complete all necessary paperwork to comply with PDRMA. Make sure all records are up to date.
Conduct all front desk staff trainings (pre-season, monthly meetings, safety trainings, etc). Conduct and attend regular Ice Facility Management meetings.
Assists in staff evaluations twice a season.
Communicates all disciplinary actions prior too to the HR Manager.
Ensure all staff and patrons adhere to the facility rules.
Work cordially with all Park District staff and patrons of the facility and respond to needs promptly.
Check and respond to messages (voicemail and email) from staff, patrons, and other managers within 24 hours.
Assist in the evaluation and training of Customer Service Staff in the proper procedures and policies.
Be familiar with all computer and concession equipment, and facility rules.
Complete necessary paperwork on a daily basis.
Operating and maintaining the z=Zamboni
Change filters in the air filtration system
Inspecting belts for air handling units for wear and tear
Testing condenser tank water
Maintaining HVAC System
Maintaining dehumidifier operation
Maintaining surface of the ice
Checking humidity levels in arena area
Comply with the district dress code (clean presentable clothing
Perform the duties of a technician
Communicate with KCC fitness
Keep maintenance logs up to date
Payroll approval each pay period
Schedule all IVC staff on w2w (excludes fs, hockey instructors, spec events)
Oversee concession operations/supervisor
Accident/Incident Forms completed and turned in promptly, all incidents involving employees or any incidents requiring EMS shall require immediate notification to the Facility Manager.
Develop and maintain a good working relationship with patrons and groups.
Monitor cleanliness of entire Ice Arena.
Check and monitor inventory on a daily basis and submit proper forms with daily deposit.
Read and understand the Kankakee Valley Park District’s Personnel Policy Manual, IDPH Food Service Code Book, Customer Service Manual and Bassett training
Perform all other duties as assigned to the best of your ability.
Responsible for preparing the facility and area.
Administer First Aid as needed.
Respond to ALL alarm calls
Able to work morning/day/evening/weekends
Hours: Tuesday’s Tot classes from 4:30-6:15pm, Thursdays Hip Hop/Tap/Solo/Duets classes from 4:30pm-9pm and Saturday’s Tot classes from 9:30am-11:45am. Substitute hours may vary depending on when you are needed.
Qualifications: Must be currently instructing classes. Previous experience interacting and teaching children are a plus. Must meet minimum qualification to teach beginner level classes of three or more disciplines. Must be CPR and First Aid certification. Must have a valid IL driver’s license and provide own transportation.
Duties: Under the direction and supervision of the Recreation Supervisor, the Dance Instructor is responsible for teaching a variety of dance programs. The Dance Instructor is responsible for general classroom management, planning, and instruction including dance terminology, warm ups, basic stretching, dance technique, and choreographed routines. During the recital session, instructors are responsible for selecting costumes, assisting in measuring dancers, assisting in handing out costumes and any information that is needed. This is an at-will position.
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Contact: Andrea Wilford, Recreation Supervisor Contact E-mail: email@example.com Phone: (847) 818-3200 x225 Address: 3705 Pheasant Drive Rolling Meadows, IL 60008
Job Summary: The Superintendent of Facilities & Trades is responsible for keeping District facilities, parks, playgrounds, vehicles and equipment safe and operational through effective management of staff and outside contractors.
Essential Functions: Diagnose and repair of problems related to District facilities to include: carpentry, plumbing, heating, cooling, painting, electrical, alarm, fire suppression, lighting and other building systems to determine the most cost-effective means of maintenance, repair or replacement. Schedule contractors for any needed repairs. Supervise crew leader, facility trades technicians, mechanic and seasonal employees. This also includes scheduling, assigning work, fielding questions, supporting staff decisions, addressing performance and attendance issues, evaluations, and reviewing timesheets. Communicate and coordinate with Department Head and Superintendent of Parks on departmental plans and projects which include staffing needs, scheduling, project cost projection, and budget development. Cross-communication with other departments on maintenance scheduling and facility use. Prepare project lists, monthly calendar and post building schedules to assist with planning work and to assist with communication of upcoming tasks. Support capital and operational budget development by working with contractors and suppliers to get pricing and plans developed, project time and material expense projections, research items and equipment to purchase, and control spending to meet budget allocations. Responsible for aquatic amenities operations to include seasonal start up and shut down of swim facilities, fountains, irrigation and exterior plumbing. Assist with safety day for Park staff to ensure annual and required training are conducted. Schedule and/or perform event support including but not limited to table, chair setup, audio visual, electric, plumbing, lighting, and HVAC for District events. Communicate/manage/instruct projects and services by outside contractors. Perform, assign and review monthly facility and park inspections. Perform all jobs and tasks within guidelines and rules of District’s safety program. Performs all other duties as assigned by Director of Parks and Properties, and Executive Director. Performs annual employee performance evaluations.
Education and Experience: Bachelor's degree is strongly preferred. Associate’s degree is required; technical certificate or its equivalent will also be considered in addition to degree and industry experience. 5-10 years of experience in carpentry, plumbing, electrical, concrete, mechanics, automotive and machinery design, HVAC, and overall building maintenance is required. 5+ years of experience with employee management and scheduling is imperative for this position.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: Manage staff in carpentry, plumbing, electrical, concrete, mechanics, automotive and machinery design, HVAC, and overall building maintenance. Communicate with and manage a diverse group of employees. Knowledge and proficiency of Microsoft Office and facility maintenance software (Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Gmail). Ability to obtain Playground Inspection Certification. Understand and anticipate customer’s needs as well as support a customer service environment. Must have and maintain a valid Illinois Driver’s License (Drivers Abstract, Background Check, Drug Test, Physical/Lift Test is required). Must adhere to the District's CORE Values and demonstrate a professional image at all times. Must adhere to the District's rules/regulations/policies including time and attendance and lead by example.
Physical Demands/Work Environment: Requires full range of body motion including handling, lifting, and manual and finger dexterity. Requires frequent standing, bending and stooping for prolonged periods. The employee must regularly lift up to 50 pounds. Exposure to extreme weather conditions, which can include cold, snow, ice, rain and extreme heat and humidity. May perform duties above standard elevation. Ability to work in confined spaces. There is exposure to grinding material and dust, various chemicals (i.e. fertilizers, weed killers, cleaning agents and oil fuels). There is exposure to loud noise for extended periods.
Anticipated Work Schedule: Monday- Friday 7am- 3:30pm. This position requires occasional evenings, weekends & holidays and attendance at special events. Overtime may be required; special instructions will come from the Director of Parks and Properties in these instances.
Salary: This will be a salaried EXEMPT position starting at $50,000 + (DOQ).