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ATHLETICS SUPERVISOR - Addison, IL - Addison Park District Jobs (

Position Summary

Under the direction of the Superintendent of Recreation & Revenue Facilities, the Athletics Supervisor is responsible for the supervision, management, and development, of all athletic and team training programs, adult sports leagues, recreational youth sports programs, open gym, and field use scheduling. The Athletics Supervisor is a full-time employee, on-call, and will have fluctuating work hours to accommodate evening and weekend programs. 
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

· Oversees (planning, organization, and direction) of athletic programs; provides leadership to reporting supervisors by ensuring that athletic/training objectives are met on a consistent basis. Responsible for the budgeting of revenue and expenses of all athletic programs. Displays excellent customer service providing athletes’ and coaches' information in a polite, courteous, and professional manner. Partners with the Marketing department to promote all athletic programs and athletic facilities. Creates departmental business plan. Attends monthly athletic association meetings. Promotes, organizes, and stimulates good working relationships with Athletic Associations, schools, and other interest groups serving the residents of Addison. Works collaboratively with recreation team members to ensure facilities run efficiently providing the highest level of customer service to the residents of Addison. Responsible for the supervision of direct reports including hiring, promotion, disciplinary action, and termination. This also includes staff scheduling, training, and performance evaluations. Establishes and maintains effective and cooperative relationships with contractors and outside vendors. Responsible for keeping detailed and organized records and reports. Responsible for all other assigned programs and/or events. Works with Affiliate groups for field, gym, and room reservations. Collaborates with Referee assignor for games. Collaborates with ASD 4 for facility use. Works with third-party vendors for athletic programming. Plan and organize summer sports camp. Collaborates with the parks department on field usage and maintenance. 
Additional Duties and Responsibilities

Purchases all athletic supplies. Promotes an environment of safety by adhering to and promoting the rules and guidelines of the Addison Park District’s safety program. Schedules use of parks port-a-potties. Participates in the Park District Special Events Team. Assists with and/or attends park district special events. Works closely with the parks department in the maintenance of excellent field conditions. Updates and maintains field condition hotline. Other duties and tasks as assigned.
Required Qualifications:
Bachelor's degree in Recreation and Parks Administration, Sports Management, Leisure Studies, or related field, and/or equivalent experience. Proven athletic coaching and weight training experience. Minimum of 5 years’ experience in athletics or weight training management. Demonstrated leadership ability. Excellent communication skills and enjoyment of working with diverse clients. General knowledge of preparation of association contracts and billing. Have a passion for athletics program development for all age groups and activities. Proficient in Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and other office programs. Fluency in verbal and written English. Preference is given to bilingual candidates. Valid Driver’s License. CPR, AED, and First Aid certified within six (6) months of hiring. Fluent in utilizing Quick scores and Rainout line. 

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 Addison Park District


Andreia Cardoso

 Closing Date

Open Until Filled

 $24.18 - $29.02 PER HOUR DOQ


An employee in this classification performs work of moderate difficulty leading crews and performing a variety of assigned and self-initiated tasks and projects required to protect, preserve, interpret, operate and maintain District property.  Work requires the ability to take the initiative to carry out assigned responsibilities related to preserve operations and maintenance including, but not limited to, maintenance and cleaning of open space and structural facilities, assistance with natural resource management projects, provision of visitor services, and coordination of special projects.  General supervision is received from the Operations Manager and direction is provided to Rangers, Assistant Rangers and seasonal and temporary staff as assigned.

ESSENTIAL POSITION DUTIES and FUNCTIONS to be performed with or without reasonable accommodations 

  • Supervisies, participates in and works alongside crews responible for maintaining forest preserve public use areas, including, but not limited to, mowing and repairing trails; cleaning/repairing/restocking picnic areas, shelters, campgrounds and latrines; empyting trash bins and picking up litter; repairing/painting picnic tables; performing storm damage clean-up and repair; removing snow; repairing blacktop (hot and cold patch), and completing general maintenance of parking lots and internal preserve roads.
  • Represents a positive and professional image to the public, including, but not limited to, welcoming preserve users and checking-in reservation groups; providing information and refuse bags for litter disposal; monitoring groups and users for compliance to District rules and ordinances; providing ordinance interpretation when necessary; notifying Public Safety for non-compliance issues.
  • Supervises and participates in tree removal and maintenance in all use areas and trail systems.
  • Coordinates mowing schedules and tree trimming projects in use areas and trail systems with the Operations Manager.
  • Operates a variety of equipment including, but not limited to:  lawn and landscaping equipment, such as tractors, mowers, chain saw, power saw, edgers, weed trimmers, pruning shears, electric motors; miscellaneous hand and power tools for turf maintenance, carpentry, painting, plumbing and electrical work; skidsteer; 5-yard dump truck with air brakes and trailer; one-ton dump truck; backhoe, front-end loader, pick-up truck, trencher, motorized cart, loader tractor, drill, impact wrench, power nailer, compressor, generator, propane heating tools, welders, loppers, hydraulic floor jack, shovels, grease gun, wrenches, ratchets, drip torch, air impact wrench, sign post pounder, extendable pole saw, chisels, cell phone, cash register, and writing utensils.
  • Regularly monitors use areas and trails for hazardous conditions, follows appropriate procedures to eliminate the hazard and keeps the Operations Manager apprised of damage, hazards or unsafe conditions.
  • Ensures all vehicles and equipment are in good, safe operating condition and free from damage, including performing general and preventative maintenance and making minor repairs as needed.
  • Makes suggestions for improvements and additions to use areas and trail systems.
  • Trains and provides field orientation for full-time and seasonal employees on how to perform their duties in a safe and efficient manner and the proper and safe operation of equipment and vehicles including necessary equipment.
  • Collaborates with the Natural Resource Management Department on the prescribed burn program and removal of invasive plant species through mechanical (chain/clearing saw) and chemical (herbicide) means.
  • May act as a burn boss during prescribed burns as needed and when training has been completed.
  • Performs inspections on District facilities (i.e., shelters, trail system, vehicles, etc.)
  • Supervises campground operation and collection of fees.
  • Determines and installs preserve boundary, directional and informational signs.
  • Provides assistance with the preparation and maintenance of District garden areas.
  • Provides input during the budget preparation process.
  • Provides constructive input for subordinate personnel during performance evaluation process.
  • Maintains required logs and work lists, provides progress reports, etc.
  • Uses the maintenance tracking software system to input hours, assignments, projects, etc…, as well as generate reports.
  • Participates in the applicant selection, interview process and recommendation of new staff.
  • Performs supervisory responsibilities in accordance with organizational policies and applicable laws.
  • Prepares site(s) and provides assistance with District special events and special use permits obtained by the public including performing room set up.
  • Maintains good working relationships with other public agencies such as park and forest preserve districts, law enforcement agencies and municipalities.
  • May open and close preserve gates as needed.
  • Responds to emergency call-outs on a 24-hour, 7-days a week basis.
  • Works irregular hours, including weekends, evenings and holidays.
  • Possesses and maintains a valid and current Illinois Driver’s License free from suspension or revocation during employment and maintains insurability with the District’s fleet insurance carrier.
  • Attends professional conferences, workshops and seminars as appropriate within budget parameters and with Department Head approval.
  • Obtains and maintains all required licenses and certifications and keeps up-to-date on professional trends and developments related to position accountabilities.
  • Performs the job safely and in compliance with District policies, procedures, work and safety rules, the Employee Handbook, and applicable laws and regulations.


  • Associate’s degree in facility management, forestry, natural resources, parks and recreation, or closely related field, and five (5) years in natural resources, parks and recreation, forestry or closely related field which included previous experience operating required equipment (see below); or an equivalent combination of relevant education, experience and training. 
  • Certifications/Licenses to be obtained within one (1) year of employment:  CPR/1st AID/AED, CDL Class A with airbrake endorsement, Pesticide Applicator, Prescribe Burn.

Application Procedure:
Apply Online
An Equal Opportunity Employer

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 Forest Preserve District of Kane County


Shelley Kouzes

 Closing Date

Open Until Filled

 $45,000+ (DOE)

Job Overview:
Under the direction of the Director of Finance, this multi-faceted position (customer service, program registration, and finance) is responsible for overseeing registration and monitoring payments from participants in the District’s programs that are billed on a monthly basis. This includes preschool, before and after school care, summer camp programs, and competitive gymnastics and dance teams. This individual works directly with customers and programming supervisors to ensure a smooth process for some of the District’s largest programs.

Education, Experience, & Training:
  • Must have experience with registration management and monthly billing programs in a business environment or commensurate experience
  • Must have proven experience with attention to detail
  • Must have experience in customer service and communication

Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities:
  • Ability to see and assimilate information from varied sources and make decisions consistent with the goals, values, and vision of the District
  • Ability to learn new skills and knowledge
  • Possess decision-making, conflict resolution, negotiation, and organizational skills
  • Exceptional communication skills in both verbal and written form
  • Work independently and as a team member of the Finance Department
  • Ability to operate office equipment and computers and knowledge of ActiveNet and the Microsoft Office Suite of programs
  • Understand and exhibit behavior consistent with stated values of the District

Essential Duties & Responsibilities:
  • Work closely with the District’s Director of Finance, Superintendent of Recreation, Kid’s Connection Coordinators, Preschool Coordinator, and Customer Service Representatives
  • Significant involvement with the set-up of early childhood programs within the registration software
  • Handle customer registration/participation adjustments for early childhood programs and provide excellent customer service to participants in regards to those activities
  • Provide updated information regarding registered participants as needed to programming staff during heavy registration periods
  • Handle monthly billing program responsibilities, including application of fees, collection of payments, and reporting of payment activities to recreation supervisors
  • Assist in answering and managing phone calls regarding registration, participation, adjustments, and collection for all billed recreation programs
  • Establish payment plan agreements for billing program customers as needed, and maintain communications and records related to agreement terms and payments
  • Apply scholarships awarded to participant accounts and maintain the related records, assisting the Accountant with periodic updates to the Director of Finance and Director of Recreation on available scholarship funds
  • Assist with the development and enhancement of reports within the registration software, and assist the Accountant with reconciling reported amounts with the general ledger
  • Act as a backup for other accounting functions, such as cash receipts, payroll, and/or accounts payable as needed
  • Collect and organize records in accordance with records retention policies
  • Perform other duties as assigned

Physical Demands:
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to talk and hear. The employee frequently is required to stand, walk, and use hands to finger, handle and feel. The employee is occasionally required to sit, reach with hands and arms, climb or balance, and stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl. The employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 10 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move up to 35 pounds. Specific vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential responsibilities of this job.

Cognitive Considerations:
Must have the ability to work at a fast pace and multitask; must have good communication and problem solving skills; must demonstrate good safety awareness and sound judgment

Normal work hours are Monday thru Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., 40 hours per week. Some evenings and weekends may be required.

Benefits We Offer:
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield Medical Insurance, PPO or HMO
  • Dental Insurance
  • Vision Insurance
  • Basic Life Insurance
  • Flexible Spending Accounts
  • Short- and Long-Term Disability (IMRF)
  • Pension (IMRF)
  • 457 Plan
  • Paid Time Off

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 Oswegoland Park District


Keith Zalewski

 Closing Date

Open Until Filled

 $48,000 Plus Full-time Benefits

JOB SUMMARY: The Clarendon Hills Park District is seeking a qualified applicant for the position of "Park Maintenance Laborer".

The Park Maintenance Laborer is responsible, for performing a variety of park and facility duties, including maintenance and repair of the district’s parks and facilities and equipment.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES • Mowing of all turf grass and trim mowing • Maintain athletic fields, courts, playgrounds, buildings and facilities • Perform all janitorial duties in buildings and facilities • Remove garbage in all parks and facilities • Operate and care for vehicles and equipment • Organize necessary records and follow written and verbal instruction • Assist with planting & maintaining flower beds, trees, plants, and shrubs

This is a full-time position working 40 hours a week.

September 1 - March 31 Hours are 7:00am – 3:30pm Monday thru Friday

April 1 - August 31 Hours are 7:00am – 3:30pm Tuesday thru Saturday

Weekends, evening, holidays, and special events work will be required as needed.

QUALIFICATIONS: High school graduate with at least two years minimum experience in parks and facility maintenance. Candidate must also have a valid Illinois driver’s license.

APPLY with cover letter and resume to

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 Clarendon Hills Park District


Mike Fletcher

 Closing Date

Open Until Filled

 Starting Salary Range is $54,778 - $60,000 DOQ

The Village of Brookfield is seeking qualified applicants for the full-time position of Recreation Supervisor in the Parks and Recreation Department.  The starting salary range for the position is $54,778 - $60,000 DOQ.  The Village provides a full complement of benefits including paid vacation, paid holidays, personal days, and sick days.  Additional benefits include health and life insurance, participation in the Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund (IMRF), and deferred compensation plans.  This position is an exempt, non-union position who reports to the Director of Parks and Recreation.      
For the full description of the Recreation Supervisor position and to complete an employment application, please visit Recreation Supervisor (  Position will remain open until filled.  
The Village of Brookfield is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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 Village of Brookfield


Brad Mitchell

 Closing Date

Open Until Filled