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DESCRIPTION

Responsible for administration youth baseball/softball leagues (1000+ participants annually), basketball leagues, art programs, athletic field rentals, scheduling, adult programs, and more within the city of O’Fallon. A SECONDARY FOCUS is to grow and enhance the departments recreation programming by providing new inclusive and diverse program, events, and leagues.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES

Supervises part-time and seasonal program coordinators, game officials, volunteer coaches, and other staff involved in any matters related to recreation programs. Provides feedback and assistance to subordinates as needed. Responds to inquiries. Complaints from subordinates and resolves any discrepancies. Assists in the selection of new coordinators. Organizes, schedules, solicits, coordinates, and directs all facets of recreation programs, events, contests, camps, and performances. Responsible for the preparation of recreation facilities for scheduled programs and events. Provide technical assistance to the public and community organizations. Arranges meeting rooms and equipment setup for programs. Enforces all relevant parks and recreation rules and regulations. Receives the public and responds to complaints and inquires. Open and secures building. Designs and implements new Parks and Recreation programs and revises existing activities as needed. Conducts program and evaluations to determine effectiveness and relevance of current programs. Conducts needs assessments to determine current needs and future programs. Issues press releases and advertises programs and events to increase enrollment and participation. Register’s participants and schedules park facilities and rentals. Prepares and markets league schedules and other events. Implements accommodations to meet the special needs of various groups. Develop new general interest recreational and special event programs for all age groups Work with Park Maintenance staff to coordinate field and facilities requirements to meet program and event needs. Develop a marketing plan and schedule for programs, leagues, special events, etc. Continually identify nationwide and local trends in the areas of youth sports, youth recreation, and adult recreation. Develop and implement similar programs and opportunities for the community.

SECONDARY DUTIES

Provides orientation and training to staff. Work closely and collaboratively as a team within the recreation department. Performs the job safely and in compliance with city policies, procedures, safety rules and the employee handbook. Attends professional conferences and workshops to promote knowledge in related areas of responsibility and for continuing education. Performs other duties as assigned.

REQUIRMENTS

CPR and First Aid certification, or the ability to obtain within 6 months of hire. Valid Illinois Class “D” Driver’s License or equivalent. Must possess high-level organizational skills, and can oversee multiple events and program simultaneously. Good knowledge of the principles, practices and objectives of park and recreation administration. Ability to understand and apply city philosophies in relation to government agencies, public groups, and private groups, and to the public. Ability to work harmoniously with fellow employees, patrons, community groups and other units of local government. Ability to work independently in day-to-day operations with general direction from the Superintendent of Recreation. Capacity to be self-motivated and achieve goals with minimal supervision or direction.

EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING

BA/BS in Parks and Recreation, Sports Management, or closely related field from an accredited university Or, any equivalent combination of education, experience and training.

HOURS

Sunday through Saturday, 40 hours a week, a combination of evening and weekend hours required. Employee is considered to be on duty whenever the need exists.

ADDITIONAL BENEFITS

Health/Vision/Dental Insurance HSA Account Life Insurance Policy IMRF Pension Plan Position accrues vacation days, sick time, and one personal day per year.

Apply online at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/ofallonil/jobs/3651425/recreation-supervisor?page=2&pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs

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 O'Fallon Parks & Recreation

 Contact

Patrick Christensen
(618) 624-0139
pchristensen@ofallon.org

 Closing Date

Open Until Filled

 Starting at $16.00 per hour

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JOB SUMMARY                                                                                                                         Under direct supervision from the Director of Community Affairs or the Community Affairs Specialist, this position oversees special events held at the District rental facilities including: The Barbara Belding Lodge at Brewster Creek Forest Preserve and Creek Bend Nature Center at Leroy Oakes Forest Preserve. Both facilities are in St. Charles.  Events are mainly evenings and weekends.  May also include weekdays and holidays. *HOURS/SCHEDULE: AS SCHEDULED (MUST BE AVAILABLE WEDNESDAY – SUNDAY)

ESSENTIAL POSITION DUTIES and FUNCTIONS to be performed with or without reasonable accommodation Operations:

  • Opens, closes, promotes and oversees District facilities and grounds for special events.
  • Shows District facilities to prospective renters.
  • Ensures that room and outdoor setups are accurate and that all rooms are clean and in good working order.
  • Moves chairs, tables and other equipment as necessary.
  • Coordinates with on-site vendors.
  • Reviews with caterers and/or bartenders their responsibility under the Dram Shop Act (if alcohol is being served), affirms facility regulations regarding the serving of alcohol, encourages recycling and disposal of garbage in the appropriate dumpsters, and reaffirms District expectations for cleanliness during and after events.
  • Helps maintain building cleanliness during and after events (fills paper towel, soap and toilet-paper dispensers, replaces garbage bags, moves trash bags and recycling to dumpsters, picks up after any spills, vacuums during event as needed, stacks chairs following each event, and leaves facilities as clean as possible for next event).
  • Checks for property damage or removal and cleanliness during and after events.
  • Answers questions and provides information regarding the District or rental facilities.
  • Makes sure all guests and vendors have exited the building by close of event. Shuts down all equipment (non-essential lighting, gas fireplace, television, kitchen appliances, etc.). Secures all doors, sets alarm and locks facility after event.
  • Provides feedback to Director of Community Affairs and Specialist on each event, public input, or other issues.
  • Directs guests to lower level of building during inclement weather.
  • Contacts District’s Public Safety or Operations departments as needed.
  • Works irregular hours, mainly evenings and weekends.  May also include weekdays and holidays.
  • Possesses and maintains a valid and current Illinois Driver’s License free from suspension or revocation during term of employment; employee must maintain insurability with the District’s fleet insurance carrier.
  • Obtains and maintains all required licenses and certifications and keeps up-to-date on professional trends and developments related to position accountabilities.
  • Attends professional conferences, workshops and seminars as appropriate within budget parameters and with Department Head approval.
  • Performs the job safely and in compliance with District policies, procedures, work and safety rules, the Employee Handbook, and applicable laws and regulations.
  • Performs essential duties and functions as assigned, with or without accommodation.

ADMINISTRATION

  • Establishes and maintains a positive and professional relationship with the permit holders, vendors, staff, commissioners, volunteers and the public, even under difficult situations.
  • Adheres to the Vehicle Use and Motorized Equipment program regarding insurance coverage for personal vehicles.
  • Additional duties and functions may be essential.
  • Staff Supervision: None.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

  • Minimum Age Requirement: 21 years of age.
  • Education: High school diploma or GED equivalent.
  • Experience: 1-2 years of event planning or hosting preferred.
  • Certifications/Licenses: CPR/1st AID/AED certification must be obtained and maintained within one year of employment.

Application Procedure: Apply online Web: https://kaneforest.com/careers

AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

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 Forest Preserve District of Kane County

 Contact

Amy Sarro
630-232-5921
sarroamy@kaneforest.com

 Closing Date

Open Until Filled

 The anticipated starting pay for this exempt position is $52,784.

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APPLY ONLINE AT: https://elmhurstpark.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=76

WHO WE ARE: The Elmhurst Park District, established in 1920 and located 16 miles west of Chicago, provides parks, recreation facilities and programs to meet our mission of enriching lives while having fun! We serve residents of the Elmhurst community as well as residents of neighboring towns! We are looking for someone to join our team and be part of an organization that values being community focused, providing customer service excellence, working with integrity, and having fun! Someone who will help us achieve our vision of becoming a national leader in providing parks and recreation experiences to our community.

We have an exciting FULL-TIME job opportunity for a FACILITIES SUPERVISER who will oversee our Wagner Community Center and Recreation Buildings! The Facilities Supervisor will focus on directing, mentoring, and supervising custodial staff, planning and supervising building and facility maintenance, managing custodial operation and coordinating inventory control. The position will work closely with the Recreation staff to live our values of fun, integrity, customer centered and community focused.

WHAT YOU’LL DO: Manage staff schedules and assign daily work orders Supervise 5 fulltime custodians and part time staff Coordinate annual inspections for building and fleet fire extinguishers Conduct routine inspections to develop and implement work orders and improvement projects Monitor performance of contractual services, i.e. portable toilets/pest control Prepare specifications and bid documents for custodial/building/facility related contractual maintenance and projects Monitor, manage and ensure proper levels of safety and cleanliness Recommend and identify cost of capital improvements and repairs for recreation facilities

WHAT YOU’LL BRING: Bachelor's degree in Recreation or related field with 4 years’ experience in facility maintenance and/or management and 2 years supervisory experience Valid IL Driver's License Knowledge of park, building and facility maintenance practices Knowledge of theory and philosophy of recreation and park management Knowledge of principles and techniques relating to maintenance, layout, design and construction of parks and recreational facilities, as well as knowledge of plans, specifications and architectural drawings Knowledge of park maintenance equipment and ability to operate power tools and heavy equipment Proficiency in computer word-processing and spreadsheet application Proven problem-solving, communication, organizational, customer service and management skills

WHEN YOU’LL WORK: Monday - Friday, hours vary 3 days a week 7:30 am – 3:30pm, 2 days a week 11 am – 7 pm one Saturday a month with a day off during the week.

WHAT YOU’LL GET: The anticipated starting pay for this exempt position is $52,784.

In exchange for your time and talent, we offer a generous benefit package, including:

Defined contribution medical insurance plan (5 plan options) Dental insurance plan Vision insurance plan District paid life insurance Participation in IMRF (retirement, disability, death benefits) Vacation days, personal days, sick leave and 9 paid holidays! Sick bank leave, paid parental leave and paid bereavement leave Employee Assistance Program (EAP) Two deferred compensation programs (VOYA & Nationwide) Voluntary Supplemental insurance coverage for short-term disability, accident, hospitalization Flexible spending accounts for unreimbursed medical and dependent care Free family Courts Plus Membership and Pool Passes! Free/discounted District programs, merchandise and concessions Educational assistance/tuition reimbursement Professional organizational membership Values Recognition Program Service Awards Program Employee social activities Credit Union (Central Credit Union of Illinois)

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 Elmhurst Park District

 Contact

Angela Ferrentino
(630) 993-8915
aferrentino@epd.org

 Closing Date

Open Until Filled

 The anticipated starting pay for this non-exempt position is $40,957.

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APPLY ONLINE AT: https://elmhurstpark.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=75

WHO WE ARE: The Elmhurst Park District, established in 1920 and located 16 miles west of Chicago, provides parks, recreation facilities and programs to meet our mission of enriching lives while having fun! We serve residents of the Elmhurst community as well as residents of neighboring towns! We are looking for someone to join our team and be part of an organization that values being community focused, providing customer service excellence, working with integrity, and having fun! Someone who will help us achieve our vision of becoming a national leader in providing parks and recreation experiences to our community.

We have an exciting FULL-TIME job opportunity for a Facilities Specialist II who will focus on facility and playground maintenance including playground inspections. Candidates should have some experience and/or background in playground inspections as well as have general facilities experience. While having a CPSI certificate is preferred, we welcome candidates who can obtain their CPSI certificate within the first 12 months of being hired (sponsored by the district).

WHAT YOU’LL DO: As Facilities Specialist II, you'll be responsible for maintaining and repairing playgrounds and facilities. Additional responsibilities include but are not limited to:

Operate and maintain district equipment Inspect, maintain, and repair play area components Maintain play area supply inventory and perform District audits on new playgrounds Assist with opening and shut down of pools, and the Hub sprayground, mini golf and batting cages Perform maintenance, painting, carpentry and general repairs to District Buildings and Pools Build, maintain and inspect park and site amenities Maintain park, playground and facility cleanliness as assigned Provide snow and ice removal from parking lots, sidewalks and pathways

WHAT YOU’LL BRING: High school or trade school diploma or equivalent with 2 years of experience in facilities maintenance or landscape contracting. Valid Illinois Driver’s License. Currently a Certified Playground Safety Inspector (CPSI) or ability to obtain within the first 12-months from hire date. Knowledge of playground maintenance practices and understanding of building trades. Ability to operate a variety of power tools and heavy equipment Ability to read and interpret documents such as operating and technical instructions Knowledge of occupational hazards and safety requirements of structures and components

WHEN YOU’LL WORK: Workweek is Monday – Friday from 6:30am - 3:00pm

WHAT YOU’LL GET: The anticipated starting pay for this non-exempt position is $40,957.

In exchange for your time and talent, we offer a generous benefit package, including:

Defined contribution medical insurance plan (5 plan options) Dental insurance plan Vision insurance plan District paid life insurance Participation in IMRF (retirement, disability, death benefits) Vacation days, personal days, sick leave and 9 paid holidays! Sick bank leave, paid parental leave and paid bereavement leave Employee Assistance Program (EAP) Two deferred compensation programs (VOYA & Nationwide) Voluntary Supplemental insurance coverage for short-term disability, accident, hospitalization Flexible spending accounts for unreimbursed medical and dependent care Free family Courts Plus Membership and Pool Passes! Free/discounted District programs, merchandise and concessions Educational assistance/tuition reimbursement Professional organizational membership Values Recognition Program Service Awards Program Employee social activities Credit Union (Central Credit Union of Illinois)

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 Elmhurst Park District

 Contact

Mickey Boyle
(630) 993-8941
mboyle@epd.org

 Closing Date

Open Until Filled

 Starting wage is expected to be $23.03 – $24.20 / hour

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POSITION: Part-Time KLM Sales and Event Manager POSTING DATE: July 22, 2022 DEPARTMENT: Parks & Recreation REPORTS TO: Parks and Recreation Superintendent POSITION PAY GRADE: Starting wage is expected to be $23.03 – $24.20 / hour FLSA STATUS: Non-Exempt

Position Purpose This is a part-time position in the Parks & Recreation Department that will oversee all sales and event programming for the Katherine Legge Memorial Lodge.

https://www.klmlodge.com/

Supervision Exercised This position supervises an Assistant Lodge Manager and several Event Hosts.

Essential Duties This position is responsible for sales and event planning, maximizing revenue- generating opportunities, assisting with the development of marketing plans, assisting customers with event objectives and requirements, preparing rental contracts and floor plans, scheduling Event Hosts to work to ensure proper staffing, maintaining event records and preparing financial reports. This position reports to the Parks and Recreation Superintendent in the Parks & Recreation Department.

Work Schedule Hours are generally are Monday through Friday, 5 – 6.5 hours per day, with a maximum of 29 hours per week. A flexible schedule is possible. Some evening, weekend and holiday work may be required.

Rate of Pay and Benefits This position participates in the Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund (IMRF). After one year of service, this part time role is eligible for 40 hours of annual Paid Time Off. There are no additional benefits associated with this position.

Position Requirements • Have a high school diploma or equivalent; • At least one year of experience in a similar sales or event planning position • Previous supervisory experience preferred • Event planning certification preferred

• Excellent communication, problem solving and customer service skills are a must • Knowledge of Microsoft Office is required • Must be flexible to accommodate a changing work environment

Environmental Factors & Physical Requirements The work environment generally includes an office setting. The noise level is usually quiet. This position is regularly required to sit in a chair; use hands to touch (e.g. computer mouse), handle (e.g. telephone), type (e.g. keyboard) or feel (e.g. paper); reach with hands and arms, and see, talk and hear. Occasionally required to stand; walk and stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl. May lift and/or move up to 20 pounds. Must be able to move furniture, such as tables and chairs. Specific vision abilities include the ability to read a computer screen.

Applications are accepted until the position is filled. The Village is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

To apply, please submit a completed application, resume and cover letter to hr@villageofhinsdale.org . Applications are available at www.villageofhinsdale.org.

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 Village of Hinsdale

 Contact

TRACY MCLAUGHLIN
6302476364
tmclaughlin@villageofhinsdale.org

 Closing Date

Open Until Filled