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FACILITY MAINTENANCE MANAGER - Addison, IL - Addison Park District Jobs (applicantpro.com)

 
Position Summary
Reporting to the Superintendent of Parks and Planning, the Facility Manager is responsible for overseeing all day-to-day operations regarding facility activities, including, but not limited to building infrastructure, systems, security, projects, service contracts, pools, lighting, irrigation, HVAC, equipment, custodial services and building safety.  In addition, the position is responsible for planning and prioritizing facility infrastructure capital projects.  The Facility Manager is a full-time, exempt position generally working Monday through Friday between 7:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., with nights and weekends, as necessary.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

Oversees all facility operations across sites including maintenance and custodial employees and contract workers. Plans, coordinates, and oversees district-wide buildings and facility day-to-day operations, preventative maintenance, improvements, HVAC, capital planning projects, etc. Manages maintenance and custodial staff in a supervisory capacity including delegation, scheduling, performance review, disciplinary actions, coaching, and development. Creates, maintains, and manages all facilities/buildings’ budgets, goals, and objectives. Ensures continuous facility operation by maintaining and repairing the Park District’s buildings and facilities. Assigns daily work orders to staff and collects, reviews, and files the work orders. Ensures safety of all facility equipment and infrastructure, oversees respective safety inspections, and documentation, and determines all necessary repairs. Oversees and performs plowing, shoveling, and snow blowing of appropriate facilities and paths. Responsible for continuous facility improvements, while being fiscally responsible, with the knowledge of the latest trends, and innovative approaches and comfortable implementing new processes or using technology to enhance systems.
Reviews, revises, and updates current policies, procedures, and standards; creating new policies, procedures, and standards, as needed, to find the most efficient and cost-effective way of running the facilities. Troubleshoots and coordinates with internal staff and outside vendors on building repairs outside the scope of this position’s expertise. Manages all facility contracts and negotiations with third parties and contractors; including, but not limited to: fire inspections, security inspections, waste management services, maintenance agreements, and services contracted for repairs. Plans and coordinates all installations and refurbishments in the facilities. Collects, interprets, and presents factual data for decision-making and understanding facility fiscal planning, legal issues, regulatory issues, contract terms, and building plans. Ensures compliance with facility health and safety regulations. Partners with Department Heads and staff for all facility-related items.
Acts as facility alarm contact for the police. Identifies facility issues, such as plumbing issues, electrical issues, infrastructure issues, and coordinates repairs. Completes light construction as needed. Performs other Addison Park District duties, as assigned.

Required Qualifications:
Bachelor’s degree in Facility Management, Engineering, or related field or a combination of education, trade certifications, and experience. Must have at least five (5) years relevant experience with at least three (3) years of supervisory experience in a maintenance setting. Certified Pool Operator certification is required within 90 days of hire. 
Must have basic computer skills, utilizing Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook; in addition, utilizing a facility management work order system. Must have a valid driver’s license to drive a District vehicle with District tools from site to site.

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 Addison Park District

 Contact

Andreia Cardoso
331-209-2141
acardoso@addisonparks.org

 Closing Date

Open Until Filled

 $50,000-$56,000

Recreation Supervisor –Events & Community Engagement
Department: Recreation
Supervisor: Superintendent of Recreation
FLSA Status: Full-Time, Exempt
Updated: 3/2024

Apply online HERE

SUMMARY:
The Recreation Supervisor – Events & Community Engagement is directly responsible for the creation and implementation of special events and community engagement programming. This is an at-will position.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
ADMINISTRATIVE:
• Aid the Superintendent of Recreation in directing events that satisfy the needs of the community.
• Responsible for the administration, organization, development, and implementation of the Recreation Department’s special events and community outreach programs so they run successfully and are interesting and rewarding for the community and participants.
• Review all event needs and take action to improve.
• Represent the Park District on the City’s Community Events Foundation committee.

PERSONNEL:
• Directly supervise programs and events including on nights and weekends.
• Interview and hire part-time program staff.
• Educate staff on the Mission, Vision, and Values of the District.
• Evaluate staff annually.
• Develop and update job descriptions as needed.
• Develop and maintain good working relationships among staff.

PUBLIC AND COMMUNITY RELATIONS:
• Understand basic philosophies of Park District programs and services.
• Develop rapport with Community Center patrons along with the Community.
• Responsible for developing & proofing of program information for the program guide three (3) times a year.
• Through leadership and personal relationships encourage part-time staff to promote positive community relations.
• Promote programs through a variety of marketing techniques, including flyers, social media, and email.
• Community outreach, developing programs for non-engaged areas of the community.
• Develop relationships and collaborate with key community participants, such as police/fire and school/library districts to fully maximize community engagement.
• Assist marketing and communications department in promoting events and securing sponsorships.

AREAS AND FACILITIES:
• Responsible for supervision of the Community Center as assigned.
• Make recommendations to the Superintendent of Recreation regarding purchase of equipment or facility enhancements.
• Make recommendations regarding purchase of equipment for programming or facility enhancements.

MARGINAL FUNCTIONS:
• May occasionally fill in as building supervisor.
• May occasionally need to help with a facility set up.
• Performs other duties as assigned by the Supervisor.
• It is the responsibility of all Park District employees to pick up litter throughout the building, grounds, and facilities of the District.
• Staff is expected to help with the successful implementation of programs, parks, and services across program areas and between departments.

SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS:
• All employees are responsible for implementing the policies and procedures that pertain to safety and health.
• Supervisors are responsible for ensuring that their employees follow the established safety rules.
• First Aid, CPR, and AED Certification required.

PSYCHOLOGICAL CONSIDERATIONS:
• Should have ability to work with other people under stressful situations.

PHYSIOLOGICAL CONSIDERATIONS:
• Should be able to sit at least 80% of the day.
• Should be able to lift 25 pounds.
• Job includes repetitive hand movements.
• Facility set-ups include lifting, twisting, bending, and squatting.

ENVIRONMENTAL CONSIDERATIONS:
• Most activities are done indoors; these conditions include lighting and temperature.

COGNITIVE CONSIDERATIONS:
• Should exhibit good problem-solving abilities and good judgment in keeping with the Park District mission.
• Should be able to follow directions from supervisor and co-workers.

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 Rolling Meadows Park District

 Contact

Conor Cahill
847-818-3208
ccahill@rmparks.org

 Closing Date

July 31, 2024

 $135,000

The Glenview Park District (population 63,000) is one of the most unique park districts in Illinois. Located 20 miles northwest of downtown Chicago, the Glenview Park District employs 115 full-time employees plus 750 seasonal and part-time employees. The Park District has an annual fiscal year budget of $45 million with approximately $32 million in operating budget plus a current capital budget of $7.8 million and debt service budget of approximately $5.4 million. The District enjoys an AAA bond rating from Moody’s Investor Services, is CAPRA and Distinguished Agency Accredited, a 2024 and 2019 Gold Medal Finalist, the 2022 Champion of Change winner, and an IPRA Exceptional Workplace recognized agency. 
 
The Executive Director is seeking a highly qualified, innovative, and visionary Division Director to lead Recreation and Museum Services, one of four major divisions of the organization. The Division Director of Recreation and Museum Services reports directly to the Executive Director, oversees an operating budget of more than $10 million, while working closely with other Division Directors and seven elected Board members. 
 
The Recreation and Museum Services Division includes the Park Center Recreation Center, Schram Memorial Chapel, two outdoor and one indoor aquatic complex, The Grove National Historic Landmark with an interpretive center and 150-acre nature preserve, and the 18.8-acre Historic Wagner Farm. The Division Director of Recreation and Museum Services has direct supervisory responsibility for three department directors and indirect supervisory responsibility for an additional 500 full-time staff and part-time staff.  The Division Director of Recreation and Museum Services oversees recreation programs, activities and special events, facility rentals, animal care and is responsible for the coordination of resources, projects, policies, and procedures within the division. 
 
The Division Director of Recreation and Museum Services will have:
  • Strong leadership ability and the ability to build a cohesive and productive team. 
  • Ability to build and sustain strong relationships with others, including staff, patrons, community stakeholders, board members, and other partnering agencies. 
  • Significant knowledge of recreational programming. 
  •  General knowledge of facility management, maintenance, and construction planning/project administration. 
  •  Outstanding communication skills including listening, speaking, writing, negotiating, public presentations. 
  •  Ability to identify and solve problems in an effective manner. 
  • Ability to effectively contribute to and execute District-wide plans and strategies.
 
Candidate Requirements
  • Bachelor’s degree in parks and recreation, tourism, public policy, or related field. 
  • At least ten years’ progressively responsible experience and a record of achievement in an organization of similar complexity to the Glenview Park District, or an equivalent combination of training and experience. 
  • At least three years’ experience in a high-level manager or director role. 
  • A Master’s Degree is desirable. 
  • Professional certification is preferred. 
  • Prior supervisory experience required. 
 
Salary Range and Benefits
The starting salary range for this position is $135,000 + depending on qualifications. The District offers an excellent benefit package including membership into the Illinois Municipal Retirement System (IMRF), optional 457 deferred compensation plans, a District provided vehicle, an expansive menu of health and wellness benefits and a commitment to on-going employee education and training. 

How to apply:
Open until filled. Apply online at www.GovHRjobs.com with resume, cover letter, and contact information for five (5) professional references. First review of applicants Monday, July 15, 2024. Questions regarding the recruitment may be directed to Steve Scholten, Vice President or Joe DeLuce, Vice President, and Executive Recruiter, GovHR USA. GovHR USA. TEL: 847-380-3240 ext. 185 or 155.

The Glenview Park District is an Equal Opportunity Employer and welcomes and encourages diverse applicants.
 

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 Glenview Park District

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 Closing Date

Open Until Filled

 $135,000

The Glenview Park District (population 63,000) is one of the most unique park districts in Illinois. Located 20 miles northwest of downtown Chicago, the Glenview Park District employs 115 full-time employees plus 750 seasonal and part-time employees. The Park District has an annual fiscal year budget of $45 million with approximately $32 million in operating budget plus a current capital budget of $7.8 million and debt service budget of approximately $5.4 million. The District enjoys an AAA bond rating from Moody’s Investor Services, is CAPRA and Distinguished Agency Accredited, a 2024 and 2019 Gold Medal Finalist, the 2022 Champion of Change winner, and an IPRA Exceptional Workplace recognized agency. 
 
The Executive Director is seeking a highly qualified, innovative, and visionary Division Director to lead Recreation and Museum Services, one of four major divisions of the organization. The Division Director of Recreation and Museum Services reports directly to the Executive Director, oversees an operating budget of more than $10 million, while working closely with other Division Directors and seven elected Board members. 
 
The Recreation and Museum Services Division includes the Park Center Recreation Center, Schram Memorial Chapel, two outdoor and one indoor aquatic complex, The Grove National Historic Landmark with an interpretive center and 150-acre nature preserve, and the 18.8-acre Historic Wagner Farm. The Division Director of Recreation and Museum Services has direct supervisory responsibility for three department directors and indirect supervisory responsibility for an additional 500 full-time staff and part-time staff.  The Division Director of Recreation and Museum Services oversees recreation programs, activities and special events, facility rentals, animal care and is responsible for the coordination of resources, projects, policies, and procedures within the division. 
 
The Division Director of Recreation and Museum Services will have:
  • Strong leadership ability and the ability to build a cohesive and productive team. 
  • Ability to build and sustain strong relationships with others, including staff, patrons, community stakeholders, board members, and other partnering agencies. 
  • Significant knowledge of recreational programming. 
  •  General knowledge of facility management, maintenance, and construction planning/project administration. 
  •  Outstanding communication skills including listening, speaking, writing, negotiating, public presentations. 
  •  Ability to identify and solve problems in an effective manner. 
  • Ability to effectively contribute to and execute District-wide plans and strategies.
 
Candidate Requirements
  • Bachelor’s degree in parks and recreation, tourism, public policy, or related field. 
  • At least ten years’ progressively responsible experience and a record of achievement in an organization of similar complexity to the Glenview Park District, or an equivalent combination of training and experience. 
  • At least three years’ experience in a high-level manager or director role. 
  • A Master’s Degree is desirable. 
  • Professional certification is preferred. 
  • Prior supervisory experience required. 
 
Salary Range and Benefits
The starting salary range for this position is $135,000 + depending on qualifications. The District offers an excellent benefit package including membership into the Illinois Municipal Retirement System (IMRF), optional 457 deferred compensation plans, a District provided vehicle, an expansive menu of health and wellness benefits and a commitment to on-going employee education and training. 

How to apply:
Open until filled. Apply online at www.GovHRjobs.com with resume, cover letter, and contact information for five (5) professional references. First review of applicants Monday, July 15, 2024. Questions regarding the recruitment may be directed to Steve Scholten, Vice President or Joe DeLuce, Vice President, and Executive Recruiter, GovHR USA. GovHR USA. TEL: 847-380-3240 ext. 185 or 155.

The Glenview Park District is an Equal Opportunity Employer and welcomes and encourages diverse applicants.
 

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 Glenview Park District

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 Closing Date

Open Until Filled

 56,885 - $78,560 DOQ

Apply online: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/lakeforestil/jobs/4570116/sailing-director-head-coach

Lake Forest Sailing is a US Sailing Certified Community Sailing Center with a strong focus on community learn to sail and youth racing programs with an opportunity and support to expand in all areas of our programming. Our mission at Lake Forest Sailing is to grow the sport within our community while provide everything needed for a sailor to reach their maximum potential.

Lake Forest Sailing operates coach boats, prams, Optis, ILCAs, 29ers and a fleet of brand new C420s. We also have several small keelboats and recreational watercraft in our inventory.

LEAD THE TEAM
Play a leadership role in shaping the future of sailing in Lake Forest. Shape the program to continue to be a leading community asset and nationally recognized program.

RACE FOR YOURSELF
Lead a team that encourages continued education and supports additional learning avenues for staff. Plan for the expansion of our program and assets to best meet the needs of the Lake Forest community.

NAVIGATE & EXPLORE
Work in a beautiful setting with others passionate about sailing excellence.


Examples of Duties

LFS is looking for a full-time Sailing Director & Head Coach who will lead, coach, support, and grow our comprehensive sailing programs. In partnership with the Lakefront Program Manager, a successful candidate will have the ability to:


  • A leader that can be the face of Lake Forest Sailing within our community.
  • Lead & grow our community sailing program.
  • Serve as the head coach and coordinator for our youth racing teams.
  • Work with the Program Assistant to
    • Develop the Adult Sailing programs & opportunities.
    • Administer watercraft permits.
    • Manage operations of Launch Basin, Boating Center, and Boat Storage Areas
  • Recruit & manage summer learn to sail staff, dockhands, and race coaches.
  • Lead the planning of regattas, clinic hosting, marketing, & fundraising initiatives.

Qualifications

  • US Sailing Level 1 Instructor or Higher 
  • Safe Sport Certification
  • Ability to travel frequently, tow trailers, and work weekends/after school hours during sailing season (March-November)


Salary Range: $56,885 - $78,560
Full salary range for this position is $56,885-$78,560.
Starting salary dependent on qualifications. Annual progression based on merit.
Interested candidates should apply at once – the position is open until filled.

The City of Lake Forest is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate based on race, religion, disability, age, ethnicity, national origin, sex, gender, LGBTQ identification, family status, or military status.

Women and minorities are strongly encouraged to apply.

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 City of Lake Forest

 Contact

Brina Diaz
847-810-3530
diazb@cityoflakeforest.com

 Closing Date

Open Until Filled