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Position Summary:                                                                
This position manages all of Salt Creek Golf Club and 390 Golf Experience operations and leads personnel working at the facilities in the performance of their duties and responsibilities, including its safe and efficient operation. This is advanced, highly responsible, professional, administrative and managerial work requiring routine, cyclical and special work assignments in support of the Park District’s mission, vision and values and overall operation, recommending policy or procedure modifications to the Executive Director.  
 
Work Location:
1051 N. Prospect Avenue, Suite A, Wood Dale, IL 60191
 
Contact with Others:
Position involves everyday internal and external contacts, acting as the spokesperson for the department and facilities, responsible for all departmental employees and may be authorized to make commitments on behalf of the department.  Hears grievances and can render discipline for the department.
 
Supervision:
Received:  Executive Director
Exercised: Food & Beverage Manager, Food & Beverage Sales Manager, Head Cook, Greens Superintendent, Golf Operations Manager, Golf Facilities Manager and all other full-time, part-time or seasonal golf department employees in the absence of their direct supervisor(s).  
 
 Essential Job Functions:
·         Oversees the daily and long-term management of all aspects and areas of the golf, food & beverage and banquet operations.
·         Establishes the direction for all golf operation, food & beverage and banquet staff, setting an effective agenda and ensuring performance goals are set and met.
·         Manages the development and implementation of special events and activities that serve customer expectations and increases revenue potential for the facilities.
·         Supervises, coaches, trains and evaluates staff as needed and within budget to deliver services and facilitate golf, club house, food & beverage, banquet and special event initiatives.
·         Evaluates, recommends, interprets and administers the policies of the Park District and facilities.
·         Communicates any problems, deviations, or daily activities which may have an impact on the overall operation of the facilities to the Executive Director.
·         With staff assistance, researches current golf, food & beverage, banquet and special event trends to deliver services that are driven by market needs and desires and provides for maximum revenue potential for the agency.
·         Recommends the appointment of full and part-time staff through recruitment, interviews, background reviews and testing as necessary. 
·         Hosts, attends and works facility events to ensure quality service is delivered and revenue potential is obtained.
·         Provides guidance to staff regarding problems with their associates, grievances, conflicts, or any other matters of concern which may interfere with cohesive working relationships.
·         Conducts staff meetings and trainings as necessary.
·         Prepares, reviews and coordinates detailed budgets for review by the Director of Finance and the Executive Director.
·         Oversees the daily reports and deposits of revenue collected through the Point of Sale system assuring financial accuracy.
·         Coordinates all point of sale and customer service functions including quality control by developing and utilizing methods and systems which determine satisfaction and identify trends and future service needs.
·         Oversees purchasing functions including reviewing expenditures, approving purchase orders, ordering equipment and supplies, and leading the bidding process for large cost items.
·         Develops cost analysis, financial reports, studies and recommendations for all financial aspects of the facilities as required.
 ·         Works with the Finance Department to accurately monitor revenues and expenses and prepare timely sales tax filings.
·         Develop, recommend and implement fees and pricing structures for golf play and instruction, food & beverage and banquet services, and special events.
·         Negotiates contracts and oversees that the terms of the contracts are upheld.
·         Ensures that all applicable facility, food and beverage and banquet operation licenses are maintained and appropriately posted when required.  
·         Assures the completion of routine inventory of supplies and materials for all aspects of golf operations.
·         Monitors and coordinates with the Marketing Department to produce marketing and promotions, including social media messaging, routine updates to the agency website and seasonal program guides.
·         Develops and maintains effective communication with the general community through presentations, resolution of complaints and suggestions, attendance at meetings and active observation of the golf course, restaurant and 390 Golf Experience.
·         Conducts and manages long term planning for the facilities and leads staff in its implementation 
·         Manages and coordinates any course or facility cancellation/closing caused by extreme weather conditions or mechanical system failures.
·         Opens and closes the facilities as needed.
·         Prepares and/or directs the preparation of board summaries, financial reports, monthly reports, and periodic and special reports and maintains department records.
·         Serves as resource and liaison to other Park District employees, departments, governmental units and the community in general.
·         Fosters a working environment that promotes safe work habits and active participation in the agency’s risk management program.
·         Maintains a complete understanding of Park District emergency action plans and acts as a leader in the execution of the plans when required.
·         Collaborates with park rangers, police and staff on security issues.
·         Assists the Safety Coordinator to investigate accidents and complete paperwork.
·         Follows and encourages safe work practices.
·         Leads and nurtures a work culture that promotes open, frequent and dynamic communication among staff, stimulating teamwork to accomplish desired goals and objectives.
·         Leads or serves on committees or task forces as assigned.
·         Attends professional organization meetings and conferences/workshops to promote knowledge in related areas of responsibility and for continuing education.
·         Manages special assignments or projects as requested by the Executive Director and performs other duties as assigned.
·         Maintains a flexible schedule by working nights, weekends and holidays as needed.
·         Attend monthly Board meetings
·         Attends work on a regular basis.
 
Qualifications:
·           Bachelor’s Degree in Parks and Recreation, Golf Management, Business Administration, Food & Beverage Management or a related field. 
·           Five of more years’ experience managing an 18-hole golf course with a food & beverage or banquet operation
·         CPRP, CPRE, PGM, PGA or other professional certification(s) preferred.  
·         Certifications in T.I.P.S bartending and food sanitation within six months of hire
·         Valid Class “D” driver’s license
·         CPR/AED/First Aid certification within first three months of hire
·         Ability to prepare staffing and operation plans and monitor their implementation.  
·         Ability to prepare, analyze and maintain detailed operation and financial performance records and reports.  
·         Ability to supervise, train and evaluate the work of staff in the daily operation of the golf facilities.
·         Ability to maintain positive and effective working relationships with other employees and the public
·         Ability to work with minimum supervision, to solve problems comprehensively and to produce neat and accurate work on a timely basis
·         Ability to perform required duties with initiative, good judgment, accuracy, persistence, integrity, tact, confidentiality and courtesy. 

Knowledge, Skill and Work Experience:
·         Golf course and restaurant and/or banquet facility management and operations
·         Pro Shop operations and merchandising
·         Strong oral and written communication skills 
·         Knowledge of human resource practices and policy management
·         Organizational, time management, interpersonal and problem-solving skills 
·         Customer service focused 
·         Ability to produce accurate work in timely fashion and work independently 
·         Good working knowledge of all computer system applications including Microsoft Suite and Golf POS computer software systems
·         Good knowledge of pertinent safety precautions and risk management practices and procedures of recreational facilities. 

Physical Considerations:
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
·         Work is performed mostly in office, restaurant and outdoor settings. 
·         Frequently is required to stand and talk or hear, use hands and fingers to handle, feel, or operate objects, tools, or controls, and to reach with hands and arms.
·         Hand-eye coordination is necessary to operate computers and various pieces of office equipment.
·         Occasionally required to walk, sit, climb, balance, stoop, kneel, crouch, crawl, and smell.
·         Occasionally lift, carry and/or move up to 50 pounds unassisted. 
·         Frequently required to use close vision and to adjust visual focus.
 
Environmental Considerations: 
May be exposed to elements when driving to meetings or when assisting with outdoor functions. The majority of work occurs in an office setting which may include occasional light and temperature variations. Prolonged hours seated at a desk. May include prolonged hours of computer use. 

Cognitive Considerations: 
It is the express responsibility of the Director of Golf Course Operations to maintain the essential confidentiality of assigned duties. Violation of this responsibility will be considered cause for dismissal. Ability to respond to questions, complaints, and concerns from the public and from employees in a professional manner and with good judgment. 

Interested candidates please send cover letter, resume and salary expectations to 
Sandy Hlousek - Human Resources Manager
Shlousek@wdparks.org

Or apply online at 
https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=127543&clientkey=05EB1538F9E63CC093CC2E4B1C176445

  Updated 5/2024
 

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 Wood Dale Park District

 Contact

Sandy Hlousek
630-948-0859
shlousek@wdparks.org

 Closing Date

Open Until Filled

 $50,000 Starting

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GENERAL JOB DESCRIPTION:  Under the supervision and direction of the Superintendent of Recreation, the Recreation Supervisor is responsible for the planning, organization, and supervision of specific assigned recreation programs, events and facilities.  The Recreation Supervisor shall act as a general assistant to the Superintendent of Recreation and shall attend meetings, workshops, conferences, and other events as assigned.  
 
GENERAL AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY 
Before and After School Program. Teen Summer Camp. Hobo Jungle Summer Camp.
  
COGNITIVE SKILLS REQUIRED:
  • Ability to read, write and organize materials
  • Ability to plan, direct and supervise staff
  • Ability to prioritize and organize a wide range of tasks
  • Ability to work in teams and independently with all types of people
  • Ability to troubleshoot, solve problems and exercise good judgement
  • Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing
  • Ability to establish effective working relationships with employees, board members, vendors and the public
  • Must be a self-starter willing to work with minimal supervision
 
KNOWLEDGE AND SKILL REQUIRED:
  • Thorough understanding of the theory and philosophy of recreation
  • Knowledge and ability to plan, organize and conduct creative and extensive recreation programs
  • Knowledge of the principles of sound financial management
  • Knowledge of the program budgeting process
 
EDUCATION AND TRAINING:
  • Bachelor's degree in Recreation or other related field from an accredited college or university preferred 
  • Two years or more experience in the field of recreation preferred
  • Certified Park and Recreation Professional preferred
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office programs
  • AED/CPR certified. Park District will provide training within 30 days of hire.
  • Valid driver’s license required
 
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS (DUTIES):
  • Initiate, plan, administer and evaluate a diversified breadth of programs and events
  • Manage specific indoor and outdoor facilities as assigned
  • Recruit, lead, train and supervise part-time employees and volunteers for facilities, programs and events
  • Assist in the administration of Recreation programs as assigned by the Superintendent
  • Prepare budgets and monitor financial results within area of responsibility
  • Establish positive relationships with community groups and agencies serving the area
  • Plan and conduct training for staff and volunteers 
  • Work collaboratively with all departments in the Park District
  • Solicit sponsors and donations for programs and events
  • Visit sites and facilities to monitor and evaluate programs and events
  • Additional responsibilities relating to the specific facilities, programs and events assigned to the Recreation Supervisor and that may change from time-to-time as assignments are modified
  • Perform other duties and functions as directed
 
MARGINAL FUNCTIONS:
  • Adhere to all policies and procedures outlined in the Policy and Procedure Manual, Personnel Policy Manual, and Safety Manual
  • Participate in District working committees as assigned
  • Represent the Park District while working with the community and other organizations 
  • Participate with IPRA, PDRMA, SSPRPA, SSSRA and other organizations
  • Attend professional conferences and workshops
   
HOURS:
The Recreation Supervisor will maintain certain standard business hours, but involvement with community programs and events will require some evening, weekend and holiday hours.

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 Homewood-Flossmoor Park District

 Contact

Mike Gianatasio
708-957-0300
mgianatasio@hfparks.com

 Closing Date

Open Until Filled

 $72,000-$80,000 +/- DOQ

Position Title:  Senior Manager of Finance & Administration
 
Reports to:  Executive Director
 
FLSA Status: Full-time Exempt
 
 
Responsibilities:
Under the supervision of the Executive Director, the Senior Manager of Finance & Administration is responsible for the overall management and completion of the Association’ s and the Foundation’s daily, weekly, monthly and annual reports, bookkeeping, payroll and supervision of the Office Services Coordinator, and Administrative Assistants.  Assists with coordination of Information Technology (IT) support services.
 
Qualifications:
A minimum of Bachelor’s degree in Finance, Accounting, or Business Administration.  A minimum of three years of experience in accounting/finance, including two years of supervisory experience. Experience processing payroll is required.  Ability to work independently, solve problems, and provide administrative training. Proficiency with Microsoft Office including Excel and Word.  Experience with electronic filing of tax payments including 1099 and W-2’s.   Familiarity with QuickBooks, IMRF, GASB and the ADP electronic payroll system is required.
 
Essential Functions:
1.      Responsible for all aspects of accounting service for the Association and the Foundation including Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable, daily deposits of incoming cash, and General Ledger through to the Financial Statement.
 
2.      Monitor all expenditures and revenues and provide, on a monthly basis, current financial reports to the Association and Foundation boards and to the Association regions.
 
3.      Process payroll reports, tax reports and tax deposits. Conducts bi-weekly payroll audit and responsible for retirement accounts including 457. Comply with all government reporting requirements.
 
4.      Serve as the Association’s authorized agent for the Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund (IMRF).
 
5.      Prepares the Association’s Board packets and attends meetings 
 
6.      Responsible for reconciliation of all bank accounts, procurement card charges, and credit card payments for the Association and the Foundation.
 
7.      Manages administration of the agency’s procurement card and credit card programs.
 
8.      Responsible for processing and reconciling of Petty Cash requests.
 
9.      Participate in planning and monitoring the annual budget. Responsible for coordination of audit for Association and Foundation. 
 
10.  Oversee the front office functions and supervise the Office Services Coordinator, and Administrative Assistants.
 
11.  Review and evaluate office staff on an annual basis including the application of good customer service.  Provide support to staff. Promote staff growth and development.
 
12.   Serve as liaison to the agency’s information technology service providers for all software and service needs. Including: Coordinate third party Total System Support; integration of software needs & documentation; Coordinate Cybersecurity with contractual provider; development of budget expenses; Coordinate trouble-shooting guidance.
 
13.  Develop and implement annual performance goals for the assigned project areas.
 
14.  Be an active participant in the agencies strategic planning process and implementation.
 
15.   Active participation in NISRA Foundation events and other community events as needed. 
 
16. Actively display NISRA’s values of Fun, Professional, Compassionate, Trustworthy, and Innovative. 

 17. Perform other related duties as may be assigned by the Executive Director.
 
18. Assist in maintaining the agency safety program. 

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 Northern Illinois Special Recreation Association (NISRA)

 Contact

Patty Panas
ppanas@nisra.org

 Closing Date

Open Until Filled

 $63,535- $85,772

The Wilmette Park District offers a generous and comprehensive benefits package that includes medical, dental, and vision coverage, along with life insurance (basic and voluntary), a pension plan (Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund), 457 Defined Contribution Plan and Section 125 Flexible Spending Account in addition to paid holidays and vacation time, facility discounts & usage benefits.

SUMMARY
Under the administrative direction of the Recreation General Manager, the Preschool Supervisor is responsible for the development, coordination, and evaluation of preschool curriculum with an emphasis on play-based learning, guardian relationship building and communication for full and half day preschool programs and summer day camps. In addition, the recruitment and supervision of Early Childhood Center staff and teachers. The Early Childhood Center is comprised of two full-time Preschool Supervisors that co-lead the Early Childhood team.

SUPERVISION:
  • Supervise and ensure safety of participants and staff in the Early Childhood Programs in accordance with DCFS
  • Recruit, hire, train, supervise, and evaluate part-time Early Childhood staff, including, but not limited to, Lead and Assistant Preschool Teachers and summer camp staff
  • Plan, direct, implement and evaluate Early Childhood Programs and Camps
  • Provide guidance to staff in adherence to the program quality standards

ESSENTIAL DUTIES and RESPONSIBILITIES:
  • Create, collaborate, implement, and evaluate curriculums for all levels of preschool, including morning, morning plus, and full day programs 
  • Streamline parent communications related to school year activities and offerings, monitor weekly communication from teachers to families
  • Create age appropriate progress expectations for each classroom and monthly reports for each student based on those expectations
  • Responsible for Early Childhood Center procurement of supplies and reconciliation, including, but not limited to, catered lunch
  • Assist with registration, transfers, and refunds
  • Assist with meetings with parent(s) or legal guardian(s) when appropriate; regarding student behavior and progress
  • Consistently provide positive conflict resolution for families, teachers, and students
  • Early Childhood Center teacher sub, as needed
  • Maintain positive relationships with Early Childhood Center families
  • Conduct facility tours, as needed
  • Responsible for collaborating with the Marketing Department on annual marketing plan for operating areas, submit brochure content, and monitor website for accuracy
  • Review and approve time sheets for employees and accurately complete bi-weekly payroll
  • Assist in the creation, execution, and management of Early Childhood annual budget in accordance with Park District policies and procedures
  • Monitor monthly budget reports and report any variances
  • The Preschool Supervisor shall perform such other duties related to programming and the general Park District functions as requested or assigned by the Recreation General Manager and/or the Superintendent of Recreation

SAFETY RESPONSBILITIES:
  • Actively support the safety program that will effectively control and reduce accidents
  • Obey all Park District and departmental safety rules, regulations and procedures established by the Wilmette Park District safety program that are pertinent to the activities conducted at the facility and property 
  • Promptly report all unsafe actions, practices, or conditions to the immediate supervisor 
  • Attend and participate in required safety training
  • Review all accident and incident reports that occur under area of responsibility and send to Human Resources/Risk Management Department

QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS:
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
  • DCFS Director Qualified or willing to obtain Director status certification in agreed upon time frame upon hire 
  • Minimum of a current CDA or early childhood teaching credential, an additional 12 semester hours of continuing education units in courses related to young children from birth to age eight, two years (3120 documented clock hours) of experience in a licensed childcare center or preschool and one year of management experience. Any candidate with 12 hours of completed coursework must present the District with a written career development plan documenting how and when the remaining six hours of required coursework (ECE or continuing education) will be completed.
  • Preferred bachelor’s degree or higher in early childhood education, elementary education or child development and management experience in a licensed childcare center or preschool.

CERTIFICATIONS:
  • Valid Driver’s License
  • CPR/AED certification within three (3) months of hire (provided by the Park District)
  • Maintain Food Handler’s License
  • Annual Sexual Harassment Training and Mandated Reporter Training as required by DCFS

LANGUAGE SKILLS:
Ability to read, analyze, and interpret general business periodicals, professional journals, technical procedures, or governmental regulations. Ability to write reports, business correspondence, and procedure manuals. Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of managers, clients, customers, and the general public.

TECHNOLOGY SKILLS:
Ability to type and familiarity with computers are essential. The Park District uses Microsoft Office Suite, Paycom for payroll processing, Incode for financial record/budget management, and RecTrac for program registration/facility booking.

REASONING ABILITY:
Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists. Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form. 

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to use hands to handle, or feel objects, tools, or controls; reach with hands and arms; frequently required to stand, walk, stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl; and talk or hear.

The employee is occasionally required to sit, climb or balance, and taste or smell. The employee must regularly lift and/or move up to 25 pounds, and occasionally lift and/or move more than 50 pounds. 

Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus. 

Exposure to cleaning and disinfecting supplies.

WORK ENVIRONMENT:
The work environment characteristics described herein are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. General work area is indoors, in a smoke-free environment, with controlled temperature and fluorescent lighting. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate. Outdoor work area dependent on season, such as camp.

HOURS:
  • Normal working hours are Monday through Friday, 10 am to 6 pm with evening and weekend hours occasionally expected, based on the needs of the Early Childhood Center and/or the agency.
  • General hours of duty will be approved by the Recreation General Manager and Superintendent of Recreation for the various seasons of th

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 Wilmette Park District

 Contact

Carol Heafey
847-256-9692
cheafey@wilpark.org

 Closing Date

Open Until Filled

  $22.0510 - $28.2500/hour

Salary Range: $22.0510 - $28.2500/hour
*Starting salary is dependent upon qualifications, but in most cases is no higher than the midpoint for range

SCHEDULE:
Hours of work: Evenings and Weekends.  Weekly hours are 9.375 but may work more at times
• Weekday evenings 5:00 pm to 9:00 pm, at least 2-3 shifts per week
• Weekends, 8:00 am to 6:00 pm, at least 1 shift per week

NATURE OF WORK:
Under the direction of the Division Manager or his/her designee, this position is responsible for direct customer service; performing multiple tasks related to daily operations; including office support and program support; maintenance and general functions of and within the Community Center. Work schedule will primarily be evenings, weekends, and some holidays as necessary to complete job responsibilities.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: (Specific assignment will include some or all of the following):
• Assist with opening and closing of the building/facility including opening, closing, and locking doors and windows according to steps outlines in staff manual and written documents.
• Responsible for supervising and maintaining an orderly atmosphere in the entire building and grounds including hallways, rooms, gymnasium, kitchen, fitness rooms and/or rentals and washrooms and occasional outside supervision.
• Provides administrative, professional and technical guidance to subordinates as needed, which includes the responsibility for office supervision, in the absence of full-time representation, including answering phone calls, completing registrations for programs, typing assignments, project completion and/or follow-up, and handling patron inquiries both politely and efficiently.
• Provide supervision to PT Custodians, Recreation Instructors and Program Assistants in the absence of full-time staff in addition to supporting management initiatives to maintain a safe, clean community facility.
• Maintain facility usage schedules by monitoring scheduled in-house programs and room rental agreements, including setting up and break down tables, chairs, and recreational equipment for scheduled activities in the assigned property.
• Oversee programs and activities in various rooms including (at Levy Senior Center: computer lab, library, game room) gymnasium, fitness rooms, multipurpose rooms, and/or rentals.
• Helps promote programs of the center and department.
• Maintain accounts receivable transactions (registrations/receipts) and reports using RecTrac system and other computer applications of the city. Adhere to City of Evanston cash handling procedures.
• Inform management of unsafe conditions and needed repairs to lighting, heating, and physical structure. Perform minor repairs to equipment as required.
• Complete accident and/or incident reports and communicate problem situations with supervisors (including customer relation issues, injuries, employee relations, and/or security concerns).
• Performs duties to ensure that the exterior and interior areas of the building and grounds are well maintained, which may include light custodial duties if necessary, such as garbage removal, sweeping, mopping, wiping, cleaning tables and windows, minor repairs, etc. (At RCC, perform ice maintenance by operating the ice re-surface and ice edging equipment as needed/scheduled).
• Maintain supplies and equipment inventories.
• Provides public customer service in high demand situations and dispute resolution, including just serving as a customer representative in terms of customer support.
• May perform other duties as assigned.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS OF WORK:
Must possess a high school diploma or GED and three (3) or more years of work experience in office management/facility maintenance, including two (2) or more years of progressively responsible and supervisory experience. Must possess a valid driver’s license and a safe driving record. Must be willing and able to obtain First Aid/CPR/AED certification within 6 months of employment.
Knowledge, skills, and abilities in the following areas:
• Knowledge of the materials, methods, tools, and equipment used in the field of custodial/facility maintenance including but not limited to brooms, brushes, mops, floor buffers, vertical lift, snow blower, vacuum cleaner, rake, mop, hand tools, hammer, screwdriver, cleaning cloths, detergents, measuring containers, and solvents.
• Knowledge of the hazards and precautions of the equipment and chemicals used.
• Knowledge of methods, techniques, materials, equipment, and safety precautions used in recreational facilities, including ability to understand athletic program needs.
• Ability to operate hand and power tools in a safe and effective manner.
• Ability to read and apply instructions for the safe application of chemicals and/or cleaning supplies. • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with supervisors, co-workers, and the public.
• Ability to greet the public in a courteous manner.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS OF WORK:
The ability to work in a primarily sedentary position, with the ability to occasionally use force to exert up to 50 pounds. The ability to lift, carry or otherwise move objects, books, materials, etc. using up to 20 pounds of force frequently, and/or a negligible amount of force constantly to move objects.

The employee is subject to inside environmental conditions: protection from weather conditions, but not necessarily from indoor temperature changes.

There are no environmental hazards associated with this classification.

SUPERVISION:
Work is performed under the general direction/supervision of the Center Manager or his/her designee. Assignments may vary from season to season and day to day. Assignments can be either verbal or written, with the employee determining proper procedure and work methods and is responsible for completing the work according to City work rules and safety regulations. Work is reviewed through ongoing observation, written and verbal communication, meetings and feedback from supervisors and other department employees. Guidance is provided through rules and regulations, policies and procedures, Unified Work Rules, Union Contract, Personnel Rules and OSHA. Work is evaluated at least annually for the safe and skilled operation of equipment, quality of tasks, adherence to work rules, and performance in accordance with this classification standard.

PUBLIC CONTACT:
The employee will have contact with the general public in city-owned buildings. The employee may need to respond to questions and complaints and provide general direction to the public; the employee has regular contact with other City employees in order to share information and complete work assignments.


To apply for this position, please apply online at www.cityofevanston.org on or before the closing date.

Chosen candidates will be required to provide proof of licenses, certifications, and education required for this position. Candidates will also be subject to qualifying pre-employment processes including medical examination, drug/alcohol screen, employment verification, and criminal background check.

The City of Evanston is an equal opportunity employer and ensures against discrimination in employment on the basis of a person’s race, color, sex, age, religion, disability, national origin, ancestry, sexual orientation, marital status, parental status, military discharge status, source of income, housing status, or gender identity. The City of Evanston is also committed to accessibility for persons with disabilities. Any person needing mobility or communications access assistance should contact Human Resources at 847-448-8204 (voice) or 847-866-5095 (TTY)


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 City of Evanston

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 Closing Date

May 24, 2024