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 $43,000.00

OFFICE & PROGRAM MANAGER

Clear Water Pools, LLC is accepting applications for an Office & Program Manager. Clear Water Pools (CWP) is a management company of Homeowner Association and Country Club aquatic facilities located in the western suburbs of Chicago (Pingree Grove to Naperville). CWP is responsible for hiring, training, and managing approximately 200 employees each pool season, as well as maintaining the mechanical operations of each facility.

APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS: Applicants should have a positive attitude, desire to learn and be part of a team! They should be flexible in schedule, organized, creative and self-motivated as they will work remotely as well as at site specific locations and will have a changing time commitment. throughout the year. They should have strong communication skills with team members, management, and guests.

SKILL KNOWLEDGE: Basic knowledge of the swimming pool industry, lifeguard training, and computer skills is ideal. • Starguard Lifeguard Instructor certification (must earn if not already certified) • Willingness to learn new computer programs for data entry. • After training, they must have a clear understanding of the CWP Swim Lesson program.

TIME COMMITMENT: This position is seasonal in nature. Training will start mid March. Heaviest time commitment is during the months of March through September. Some weeks are more demanding than others especially during the training months of April and May as the company prepares the staff for the pool season. October through February are used to prepare for next season, continue education, and develop programs.

JOB DESCRIPTION: The Office & Program Manager has several roles throughout the season that makes the job interesting and multifaceted. The following is not limited to but is a summary of responsibilities.

• HIRING & ONBOARDING: The Office & Program Manager will be responsible for overseeing, hiring, and onboarding employees for the pool season. This includes collecting applications, viewing and communicating with applicants, data entry of hires, and facilitating training sessions of policies and procedures. Data Entry will be needed to onboard staff members in MITC (clock in/ out system), Starguard Elite Lifeguard Portal (SGE), and Paychex (payroll system). o Follow up of paperwork needed from staff.

• LIFEGUARD SKILL TRAINING: The Office & Program Manager will schedule, oversee, and teach the Starguard Elite Lifeguard training classes prior to Memorial Day (April & May) and when needed throughout the season. They should ensure instructors are effective in their teaching and staff retains knowledge. Throughout the season, they oversee in-service trainings at the facilities for continued practice amongst staff.
o Inventory and distribution of class materials o Class registrations o Collection of payments o Closing of SGE classes & E-signatures of certifications o Inservice tracking in SGE

• SWIM LESSONS: The Office & Program Manager will help facilitate the swim lesson program at participating facilities. They will help organize and conduct the swim lesson instructor training in the beginning of June along with the Swim Lesson Deck Managers. They will collect registrations, create rosters, and distribute classes to Deck Managers. They will distribute private lessons to instructors. The Office & Program Manager will be onsite at the start of lessons, making and adjustments if necessary and help advise the Deck Manager. They are expected to be at group lessons throughout the sessions to ensure Instructors are teaching properly and effectively.

• SITE AUDITS: After the pools open, the Office & Program Manager will visit each facility at least one time a week and conduct and audit. An audit consists of attempting to observe the guards on site prior to announcing yourself and going through a provided checklist. The site audit is designed to help correct any concerns that may be present before leaving the facility. Therefore, some pool pump system knowledge is needed or communicated to the Operations Team for assistance. If the environment permits, conduct a short one on one or group (pool dependent) in-service. Ideally, all guards should be audited so planning a schedule is important. The Office & Program Manager will have access to all pool schedules on MITC.

• PAYROLL PREPARATION: Throughout the season, the Office & Program Manager will assist in payroll preparation. They will approve time attendance requests, approve timecards, and export the payroll spreadsheet. They will collect swim lesson payroll from Swim Lesson Deck Managers.

• OTHER: Throughout the season, the Office & Program Manager may be asked to assist in other tasks o Assist in ensuring schedules are filled.
o Attend and help facilitate biweekly manager meetings when schedule allows. o Help run social media outlets to promote Clear Water Pools. Position salary is $43,000. Benefits:
• 401K company match when eligible • Laptop computer for remote work and in the field Please submit resume to: cwp@clearwaterpoolsllc.net

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 Clear Water Pools

 Contact

Adam Norman
630.296.4420
adam@clearwaterpoolsllc.net

 Closing Date

Open Until Filled

 $52,015.25

Are you The One? We are looking for an enthusiastic individual to fill the empty spot in our awesome team. The City of Galesburg seeks interested applicants to fill the position of Recreation Supervisor (Athletics and Aquatics) in the Department of Parks and Recreation. This full-time, exempt, salaried position with a starting annual rate of pay of $52,015.25. The position is responsible for the development, supervision, implementation, training, and overall management of assigned recreation programs, facilities, and staff. The individual selected to fill this position will collaborate with all supervisory staff to help manage the Parks and Recreation Department.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

Assists in the development, planning, implementation, supervision, scheduling, and promotion of recreational programs, activities, and special events.
Responsible for assigned facilities and equipment operations. Facility operations include supervision and scheduling of staff, facilities, and maintenance. Recruit, train, supervise, schedule, manage, discipline, evaluate, and communicate with all staff assigned to the Recreation Supervisor Assists in marketing and public relations work for the department. Serves as a liaison with other departments and divisions, the public, community groups, and organizations. Responsible for budgeting in prescribed areas, including accounting for revenues and expenditures. Review and approve payroll hours in assigned area to ensure accuracy and rate of pay. Collaborates with office staff to ensure program information is entered properly in the recreation software system and publications. Ensure financial accountability, and complete proper forms and paperwork required for the position in the assigned areas. Monitor recreation programs, facilities, and staff; including evenings, weekends, and holidays as necessary. Responsible for the scheduling of the Lake Storey Pavilion facility and staff. Additional job-related duties or tasks as assigned by the Director of Parks and Recreation.

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE

Bachelor’s degree in Parks and Recreation Administration or a closely related field which would provide the required knowledge, skills, and experience. Two years related full-time job experience in the recreational field, including supervisory experience, is preferred, along with working knowledge in Facility Management. Valid American Red Cross Lifeguard and Lifeguard Instructor certifications are required for the position within six months of hire.

PERSONAL QUALIFICATIONS AND ABILITY

Ability to follow directions and work with minimal supervision. Ability to stimulate community interests in recreation programs and activities. Ability to absorb information and make decisions based on that information. Ability to establish and maintain working relationships with other employees, business contacts, and the public. Ability to communicate effectively through strong written and verbal skills with co-workers and the public. To be knowledgeable of the City's safety procedures and practices. Ability to maintain a clean driving record and State of Illinois Driver’s license.
Employees holding this position may be required to perform other job-related duties or tasks as assigned by the Director of Parks and Recreation.

HOW TO APPLY

To apply, all applicants must complete and submit an electronic application for employment through the City’s website at: https://www.ci.galesburg.il.us/government/departments/human_resources/index.php

To receive full consideration, applications should be submitted as soon as possible. Recruitment will continue until the position is filled.

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 City of Galesburg

 Contact

Elizabeth Varner
309-344-3140
evarner@ci.galesburg.il.us

 Closing Date

Open Until Filled

 $75,000 - $85,000 DOQ

The Skokie Park District team is growing! We have a newly created Business Services Manager opportunity! Reporting to the Superintendent of Business Services, this individual will be responsible for assisting with department budget planning, accounting, reporting systems, fixed assets, inventory controls, credit card processing, special projects, and internal/external customer service. Acts as an assistant to the Superintendent of Business Services.

Essential Duties Include but are not limited to:
1. Makes operational and policy recommendations to the Superintendent of Business Services to enhance the smooth delivery of business systems services District-wide.
2. Works with the Accounting Manager, accounts payable, and other accounting personnel.
3. Prepares basic data, income, and expense reports on a monthly basis with assistance from division heads.
4. Assists in the development and monitoring and controls of the annual operating budget.
5. Assists the Superintendent of Business Services with audit preparation.
6. Assists the Superintendent of Business Services with Federal, State and local filings.
7. Assists the Superintendent of Business Services with the bond process.
8. Reconciles the monthly credit card bills for American Express and Visa, matches receipts with statement charges.
9. Assists in the implementation of District contracts.
10. Assists in the preparation of short and long range financial planning.
11. Performs internal audit functions with special emphasis on cash receipts, cash reports and cash controls.
12. Responsible for maintaining the fixed assets ledger including the PDRMA property insurance valuations program.
13. Processes the biweekly, quarterly and yearly payroll tax returns.
14. Manages the "Positive Pay" bank program.
15. Issues daily and weekly cash, check and charge reports and submits to the Superintendent of Business Services.
16. Oversees purchasing; approves and processes all district purchase orders.
17. Fully understands and is proficient in the use of the District's software programs including MSI, RecTrac, WebTrac, UKG/Kronos HRIS and other financial software programs.
18. Acts as a liaison between other departments/divisions and Business Services during the implementation of new procedures and any procedural questions that need to be addressed that fall under assigned Business Services responsibilities.
19. Works cooperatively and effectively with other Business Services staff including the Director of Human Resources, Payroll and HR Coordinator, Director of I.T. and Executive Administrative Assistant on projects.
20. Serves on assigned committees.

Who we’re looking for:
Individual with Bachelor's degree in Finance, Accounting, Business Administration, governmental accounting or related field. Five years relevant experience in a supervisory role as a Business Manager, Controller, Auditor, Accounting Manager or a related field. Prefer Certified Professional Accounting Certification (CPA) or an individual working on obtaining CPA. Must obtain current CPR/AED certification. Valid IL driver’s license required.

In exchange for your talent we offer competitive benefits including:
• BCBSIL Health Insurance (PPO and HMO Options Available)
• Dental Insurance
• Vision Insurance
• Life Insurance (Paid for by the Park District up to 2.5x your annual salary)
• Pension Plan (IMRF)
• Short Term Disability (IMRF)
• Employee Assistance Program
• Paid Time Off (Vacation, Personal, Holiday, Sick)
• Paid Parental Leave
• Facility Usage Benefits (gym membership, golf memberships, program discounts, etc.)

To apply: Submit your application with a cover letter and resume here: https://secure6.saashr.com/ta/6180292.careers?ApplyToJob=470205644.

The Skokie Park District is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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 Skokie Park District

 Contact

Stephenie Gualano
847-929-7110
sgualano@skokieparks.org

 Closing Date

February 03, 2023

 Commensurate with Experience plus Benefits

Position: General Manager, Lake Bracken Country Club

Job Summary: Serves as the general manager of Bracken Holdings, Inc. doing business as Lake Bracken Country Club, in Galesburg, Illinois, and manages all aspects of the corporation including its activities and the relationships between the corporation and its Board of Directors, members, guests, employees, and the local community. Coordinates and administers the corporation's policies as defined by its Board of Directors. Develops operating policies and procedures and directs the work of all department managers. Implements and monitors the budget, the quality of the corporation's products and services and ensures maximum member and guest satisfaction. Secures and protects the club's assets, including facilities and equipment.

Job Duties: - Implements general policies established by the Board of Directors; directs their administration and execution. - Oversees the operations of an 18-hole golf course, aquatics facility, and Lake. - Manages the restaurant and bar. - Responsible for supervising full-time and part-time staff, including orientation, annual staff evaluations, discipline, and staff training and development. - Plans, develops and approves specific operational policies programs, procedures, and methods in concert with general policies. - Coordinates the development of the corporation's long-range and annual business plans and goals. - Develops, maintains, and administers a sound organization plan, and initiates improvements, as necessary. - Establishes a basic personnel policy; initiates and monitors policies relating to personnel actions and training and professional development programs. - Maintains membership with other professional associations accordingly. - Monitors monthly and other financial statements for the corporation and takes effective corrective action as required. - Coordinates and works with the Board of Directors to develop operating and capital budgets according to the budget calendar. - Works in conjunction with all committees as required. - Welcomes new homeowners and members. - Meets and greets all members and guests as practical during their visits to the premises. - Provides communications and recommendations to the Board of Directors and any relevant committee about construction, alterations, maintenance, materials, supplies, equipment, and services not provided in approved plans and/or budgets. - Consistently assures that the corporation is operated in accordance with all applicable local, state, and federal laws. - Coordinates the marketing and membership relations programs to promote the services and facilities to potential and present members. - Willing to work non-traditional hours based on club activities; ability to handle conflict as it arises.

IV. Reports to: Board of Directors

V. Supervises: ➢ Golf/Maintenance Superintendent ➢ Food and Beverage Manager/Staff ➢ Office Manager/Staff ➢ Golf Pro ➢ Pool Staff ➢ Any other personnel assigned

VI. Required Qualifications: ➢ Bachelor’s Degree in business, recreation administration, or a related field ➢ 2+ years prior management experience

VII. Preferred Qualifications: ➢ Experience with lake management, aquatics, and/or golf operations ➢ Golf experience ➢ Hospitality experience, including food and beverage management

VIII. Salary: Commensurate with experience plus Benefits

Application Materials: Please send your cover letter and resume to:

Bob Porter, President Lake Bracken Country Club 1036 Sunny Knolls Drive Galesburg, IL 61401

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 Lake Bracken Country Club

 Contact

Bob Porter
3093424431
bob-porter@sbcglobal.net

 Closing Date

Open Until Filled

 $50,000 - $58,000 DOQ

The Skokie Park District team is growing! After being on hold due to the pandemic, we are looking for a Aquatics and Facilities Supervisor to assist the Special Facilities Manager with the planning and implementation of the aquatic programming and aquatics facilities, as well as cooperative agreements with local indoor pools on a year-round basis. The Aquatics and Facilities Supervisor is responsible for assisting the Special Facilities Manager with programming, scheduling, and supervision of all aquatic programs and staff. Additionally, this position, under the guidance of the Special Facilities Manager oversees the District’s Pooch Park operations and assists that position with the Dammrich Rowing Center duties. This position also works with the Superintendent of Parks, Planning and Facilities on Scream Scene, the District’s haunted house.

Essential Duties Include but are not limited to:
1. Responsible for the seasonal and daily opening and shutdown procedures for the aquatic facilities.
2. Responsible for recruitment, hiring, supervision, interviewing, training, evaluation, and management of aquatic staff including pool supervisors, lifeguards, maintenance staff and cashiers.
3. Assist the Special Facilities Manager with the Dammrich Rowing Center operations.
4. Assists the Special Facilities Manager with budgeting for the fiscal year and other administrative duties as assigned.
5. Responsible for purchasing supplies and equipment as needed to ensure safe and efficient operations of the aquatics facilities.
6. Oversees planning, supervision and evaluation of existing programs as well as the assessment of new programming options.
7. Processes, reviews, and approves aquatics payroll records.
8. Responsible for facility maintenance which includes but is not limited to pool pumps, filters, locker rooms, pool decks and exterior of facilities.
9. Manages and maintains proper water chemistry readings and levels recorded by staff. Ensures water chemistry meets acceptable levels and is accurately recorded to comply with all pool codes governed by local, state and national agencies.
10. Manages the implementation of state and nationally recognized lifeguard training program currently through Starguard Elite.
11. Provide exceptional customer service which includes handling of complaints and evaluation of suggestions.
12. Assist Special Facilities Manager with cash control and bank deposits for aquatic programs and facilities.
13. Assists the Special Facility Manager in preparing reports and presentations. As requested, attends Board meetings and makes Board presentations.
14. Works with District 219 Athletic Directors/Aquatic Directors to plan and secure reserved swim programming time at the local high schools indoor pools.
15. Teaches CPR and First Aid certification courses to District staff as requested by supervisor.
16. Oversees Pooch Park, the District’s dog park. This includes managing memberships, customer service, coordination with Park Services on maintenance, repairs, ordering equipmnent and overseeing Pooch Park events.
17. Assists the Superintendent of Parks, Planning and Facilities with the operation of the Scream Scene haunted house which operates out of the Skokie Water Playground pool house. Responsibilities include assisting with marketing, organizing staffing, securing volunteers, ordering supplies, cash handling and crowd control.
18. Performs other duties as assigned.

Who we’re looking for:
Bachelor's degree in Parks and Recreation, Sports Management or related field. Two to four years experience in aquatics operations. Must possess or be able to obtain a CPO license, state and nationally recognized lifeguard training program certificate and a valid Illinois Drivers' License. Prefer Starguard Elite certification. Must be able to obtain and keep current First Aid, CPR and AED Instructor certifications. Must possess or be able to obtain Lifeguard Instructor certification.

In exchange for your talent we offer competitive benefits including:
• BCBSIL Health Insurance (PPO and HMO Options Available)
• Dental Insurance
• Vision Insurance
• Life Insurance (Paid for by the Park District up to 2.5x your annual salary)
• Pension Plan (IMRF)
• Short Term Disability (IMRF)
• Employee Assistance Program
• Paid Time Off (Vacation, Personal, Holiday, Sick)
• Paid Parental Leave
• Facility Usage Benefits (gym membership, golf memberships, program discounts, etc.)

To apply: Submit your application with a cover letter and resume here: https://secure6.saashr.com/ta/6180292.careers?ApplyToJob=470205646. Apply early as interviewing will begin immediately.

The Skokie Park District is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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 Skokie Park District

 Contact

Stephenie Gualano
847-929-7110
sgualano@skokieparks.org

 Closing Date

March 03, 2023