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 Starting range $81,000 to $95,000 DOQ

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The Racquet & Fitness Club Manager is responsible for the planning, organization and supervision of the indoor racquet and fitness facility and related programs. The Manager will supervise a staff of full and part-time employees and be an integral member of the district’s administrative team. The Manager will: • Develop and promote a broad spectrum of diverse activities and services for all segments, groups, ages and interest levels of the community • Evaluate staffing needs (including recruitment, hiring, training, and evaluation) and make adjustments within the department • Prepare and administer annual budget for the facility • Monitor monthly financial results of facility, adapt as necessary and make recommendations for changes as needed • Interpret member and community needs and deliver programs and services to meet those needs • Periodically review and evaluate facility, programs and services • Monitor the condition of the facility and make recommendations for minor and major repairs, renovations, and improvements • Oversee the program evaluation process and recommend modifications of existing programs and services or the introduction of new programs and services • Prepare and/or direct the preparation of board summaries, monthly reports, and periodic and special reports • Approve and oversee facility use requests • Work closely with Marketing Department • Prepare bids for outsourced projects • Promote, organize and stimulate good relationships with community, interest groups and agencies serving the area • Collaborate with other local agencies on joint projects, events and programs

The ideal candidate will possess a Bachelors or Masters Degree in Parks & Recreation, Sports Management or Facility Management plus over five years of progressive supervisory experience in facility management or related field.

The full job description may be viewed at Comprehensive benefit package offered.

Applicants should apply online and include a letter of interest and resume.

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 Homewood-Flossmoor Park District


Debbie Kopas

 Closing Date

Open Until Filled

 $16.00 Hourly

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Summary: The Building Coordinator is responsible for the care and cleanliness of Centennial Ice Arena, as well as assisting with weekly ice maintenance and minor equipment repairs.


Include, but not limited to the following. Other duties may be assigned.

Maintain general cleanliness of facility. Operate Zamboni to resurface ice; make minor repairs to the Zamboni. Complete special projects, including painting and other minor aesthetic and repair work. Perform weekly maintenance. Secure the building in opening or closing hours. Monitor facility use and enforce rules of the facility. Supervise events and programs in facility. Maintain ice schedule. Qualifications Requirements:

Ice rink maintenance experience preferred, but NOT REQUIRED. Training will be provided to successful candidates without previous experience. Ability to learn routine tasks quickly and to understand and follow oral and written instructions. Physical strength and ability to perform routine manual cleaning and maintenance tasks; must be able to frequently lift and/or move up to 25 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. Classification: Part-time class 2 (20 - 29 hours per week), non-exempt

Schedule: Based on the needs of facility. Early morning, night and weekend hours available.

Benefits: Employee Ambassador Program and IMRF Pension

The Park District of Highland Park is an equal opportunity employer.

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 Park District of Highland Park


Tony Matzke

 Closing Date

Open Until Filled

 $24.52 - $28.10 Hourly

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Summary: Under the supervision of the Facilities Maintenance Manager and with guidance from Facility Engineers, the Facility Engineer is responsible for the maintenance and technical support of facilities throughout the Park District of Highland Park.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Perform basic facility maintenance throughout the district. I.E., light bulb replacement, minor plumbing repair, minor carpentry and building repair, etc. Aids in establishing procedures and standards for monitoring building operations, preventative maintenance within Park District Facilities. Performs and documents facility inspections and coordinates the maintenance and repair to eliminate deficiencies throughout facilities. Inspects facilities and equipment for deterioration or impending failures, analyzes failures, then documents faults, determines causes and prescribes repair and/or improvement modifications, as necessary. Consults with Safety Coordinator to insure efficient operation of the structural, electrical, HVAC, plumbing, security, communication, sprinkler, and fire detection systems. Assist in setting up and managing inventory for Facility Maintenance Supplies. Provide input to the Manager in the development of the annual and five-year capital replacement plan strategy for district locations. Helps to coordinate requisitions for the necessary repair equipment and machines, repair parts and contractor services to effectively meet equipment modifications or installation needs. Be available for minor emergencies during off hours. Schedules contractors for repairs (Fire Alarm, Sprinkler, Entry Alarms, etc.) through after hours call centers to ensure timely repairs. Performs directed tasks according to documented maintenance schedules; helps prepare planned preventative maintenance schedules. Learns design techniques to eventually direct modifications of facilities and equipment to improve safety; supports facilities to reduce costs and limit equipment failure. Responsible for performing on-site project management of various construction and building improvement projects. Responsibility for maintaining computer-based work order system and updating management on progress of projects. Assist Parks Department with nightly gate closures at Lakefront locations. Performs routine checks/maintenance at Indoor and outdoor (in season) pools daily to ensure proper system operation and water quality. Effectively communicate any completed repairs, scheduled repairs or needed repairs to other Engineers and Facilities Maintenance Manager daily. Comply with all state and local codes, and all Park District policies. Performs other related duties as assigned.

Supervisory Responsibilities: This job has no supervisory responsibilities.

Education and/or Experience: High School Diploma or equivalent is required; trade or vocational school is preferred. Previous relevant work experience in a maintenance environment is preferred. Strong mechanical aptitude is a plus.

The Park District of Highland Park is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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 Park District of Highland Park


Tony Matzke

 Closing Date

Open Until Filled

 $40,000 – $44,000

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Job Title: Aquatics Manager / Assistant Manager of Facilities

Division: Recreation Department Classification: Full-Time

Job Function: Under the direction and supervision of the Superintendent of Recreation, the Aquatics Manager / Assistant Manager of Facilities is responsible for Management of DragonLand Water Park during the summer season and acts as Assistant Manager for Veterans Memorial Arena ice rink facility.


Duties & Responsibilities:

• Schedules, supervises and evaluates all DragonLand staff in a manner that insures proper management of facility programs, concessions, cashier operations, and facility maintenance procedures.

• Develops and implements new ideas and techniques pertaining to the proper management of DragonLand’s operations.

• Responsible for the daily supervision of all Veterans Memorial Arena part-time staff job performance in facility programs, daily routine building maintenance, concession operations, facility admissions, daily ice maintenance, public skate sessions, and skate rentals during the fall and winter months. Suggests new ideas and techniques for improvement of these operations.

• Recruit, hire, certify, train, supervise, and evaluate all lifeguard staff.

• Recruit, hire, train, supervise, and evaluate concessions staff, cashiers, skate guards, and other support staff with the concurrence of the Superintendent of Recreation.

• Plan and implement assigned Recreation Department programs in various areas including a comprehensive swim lesson program and various ice rink programming.

• Promote interest in assigned facilities and programs through publicity and marketing utilizing program brochures, flyers, and other communication tools.

• Fluent use of various social media outlets and other interactive media for marketing and interaction with participants and general public relations.

• Ability to understand and work within multiple operating budgets and assist the Superintendent of Recreation in drafting assigned facility and programming operating budgets.

• Work closely with the Superintendent of Recreation, as well as other Recreation Department Program Managers to develop and implement recreation programming and special events.

• Coordination with appropriate department heads on physical arrangements and logistics necessary for programs and special events conducted at park facilities and grounds through work order preparation, as approved by Superintendent of Recreation.

• Complete and thorough evaluation process of all assigned programs and supervised staff.

• Communicate professionally and effectively with staff, volunteers, participants, parents, and community.

• Maintain and promote a positive professional image with the community.

• Monitor all facility and program inventory, supplies, equipment, and services in accordance with the park district purchasing policy.

• Supervise assigned facilities, recreation programs, activities and events, including evenings, weekends, and holidays, as required.

• Perform other related duties that may be assigned.


Qualifications: Education and/or Experience Required:

• Bachelor’s Degree in Recreation, Sport Management, or closely related field. Although a degree is preferred, extensive experience in a like position with similar duties and responsibilities may be substituted for all or part of the education requirement.

• Two – four years supervisory experience in the field of Recreation Administration, Sport Management or related field preferred.


Skills, Abilities, Special Licenses or Certificates:

• Certified Pool Operator (CPO) or Aquatic Facility Operator (AFO) or ability to obtain within 1 year of employment.

• Previous lifeguarding experience while licensed by any industry standard certifying entity preferred.

• Ellis and Associates International Lifeguard Training Program Certified Lifeguard Instructor or ability to obtain within 1 year of employment.

• Certified Park and Recreation Professional (CPRP) or ability to obtain desired but not required.

• Valid driver’s license required.

• Illinois Food Service Sanitation Manager Certification in accordance to the Illinois Food Service Sanitation Code or ability to obtain.

• Experience in managing facility and program budgets preferred.

• Work independently and as a team member as assigned.

• Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with personnel, other agencies, and the public.

• Ability to see and assimilate information from varied sources and make decisions consistent with the goals, values, and vision of the Pekin Park District.

• Understand and exhibit behavior consistent with stated values of Pekin Park District.

• Ability to coordinate, analyze, and utilize a variety of reports and records.

• Ability to learn new skills and knowledge.

• Demonstrate decision making, conflict resolution, negotiation, and organizational skills.

• Demonstrate management and supervisory skills.

• Ability to communicate effectively, verbally, in writing and through presentations.

• Knowledge of Word, Excel, social media and on-line recreation software applications for program registration, facility rental and scheduling.


The Pekin Park District is an equal opportunity employer.

Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential responsibilities of the job.

This job description does not state or imply that the above are the only duties and responsibilities assigned to this position.

Employees holding this position will be required to perform any other job related duties or tasks as requested by management.

Applicants for this position must submit a personal resume with cover letter to: Shawn Powers, Superintendent of Recreation, Pekin Park District, 1701 Court Street, Pekin, IL 61554-5199, or by email to For additional information and/or questions, please contact Shawn Powers by e-mail or call 309-353-4319.

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 Pekin Park District


Shawn Powers

 Closing Date

Open Until Filled

 $52,000 - $57,000 - Hourly

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Facility and Aquatics Maintenance Supervisor

Position Type: Full-Time Non-Exempt Start Date: ASAP

Starting Salary: $52,000 - $57,000 DOQ

Benefits: IMRF Pension, Health Benefits, Group Life Insurance, PTO and District Discounts


Perform a variety of skilled maintenance activities to support the District's indoor pool, outdoor Spray Park, Barefoot Bay (outdoor aquatic facility), and Diamond Lake Beach. Perform other maintenance duties as assigned.

Qualifications - Education, Experience and Training

Graduate from high school or technical school and three (3) years' experience in the care, maintenance and repair of both indoor and outdoor swimming pools, waterslides and aquatic equipment. Must possess a Pool/Spa Operator certification, (CPO), through the National Swimming Pool Foundation or an Aquatic Facility Operator certification. Valid State of Illinois driver's license, CDL Class B.

Duties and Responsibilities

Essential Functions Operation, repair, preventative maintenance, and maintenance of swimming pools, equipment, and facilities. Monitor pool functions to include reading gauges, graphs, meters and control panels to ensure water quality. Building maintenance practices and custodial methods and supplies. The basic operation of pumps and pool purification, high pressure blowers, and pneumatic cylinders. Operate pool chlorination and filtration systems. Repair pumps, small & large motors, boilers, pipes and valves; repair pool-filtering equipment including water pumps, chemical dispenser systems and chlorine chlorinators. Maintain and repair water slides, diving board, public address systems, surrounding pool areas and decks. Maintain water features, spray pads to include proper mechanical operation. Maintain whirlpool and sauna. Maintain the sand, buoys, chairs, and shade structures at Diamond Lake Beach. Keep abreast off all pertinent safety procedures and OSHA standards, hazards and safety precautions applicable to pool maintenance. Vacuuming and clean swimming pools, backwash filters, clean restrooms facilities, and pool equipment rooms. Perform other related duties as assigned. Responsible for the purchasing of materials, equipment and general services. Plan, coordinate and supervise work with outside contractors. Administer the annual budget for building. Recruit, interview, hire, train and evaluate seasonal and/or year-round part-time staff. Review employee work hours to verify accuracy and approve payroll. Responsible for aquatic related quality control. Inspect aquatic facilities (Barefoot Bay, Spray Park, Indoor Pool and Diamond Lake) and work areas to eliminate deficiencies and improve facilities.

For more information, or to apply now, you must go to the website below. Please DO NOT email your resume to us as we only accept applications through our website.

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 Mundelein Park & Recreation Dist.


 Closing Date

Open Until Filled