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The Café Manager position is responsible for the day-to-day management and operation of the food and beverage services at the Riverwalk Café and Fort Hill Activity Center Café. This position is under the general supervision of the Superintendent of Facilities.

To be considered for this position, interested individuals must complete the online application accessible at www.applitrack.com/napervilleparks/onlineapp/. Materials submitted through mail, email, or fax will not be considered.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities: 1.Evaluate facility conditions and assist in the development, implementation, and review of facility operations. 2.Develop and recommend menu, pricing, selection and design. Prepare information for the District’s program guides and website, assist Marketing Department in the design and development of flyers, posters, brochures, and email marketing materials and distribute appropriately. 3.Recruit, hire and supervise part-time staff. Coach and develop staff on an on-going basis. (i.e., communicate job expectations, provide training opportunities, provide continuous in-service training as necessary, administer appropriate praise and discipline). 4.Maintain and supervise all daily operations of the facilities. 5.Purchase products, supplies and materials. Develop strategies to maximize purchasing, and negotiate pricing with suppliers. 6.Maintain inventory of food and beverage supplies. Communicate and enforce inventory controls including spot checks on product counts. 7.Enforce sanitary practices for food handling, general cleanliness and maintenance of kitchen and dining areas. 8.Manage property and equipment (i.e., identify and purchase facility equipment and supplies, initiate work order requests and repairs, ensure appropriate levels of safety and cleanliness). 9.Coordinate facility schedules to ensure appropriate staffing and setup for all activities held at the Riverwalk Café and Fort Hill Activity Center Café, and for additional recreation programs, rentals, special events and meetings as requested. 10.Maintain records and prepare reports as requested. 11.Establish and maintain a positive working relationship with residents, customers, vendors, community partners and co-workers. 12.Follow district and departmental safety, personnel, and administrative policies, procedures and ordinances. 13.Adhere to City of Naperville, State of Illinois, Illinois Department of Public Health, and DuPage and Will County Health Department requirements. 14.Demonstrate and support park district customer service standards. 15.Maintain a proactive approach to safety and risk management. Participate in the creation, implementation and evaluation of sound risk management policies and procedures. 16.Report all accidents and incidents in a timely manner. Conduct timely accident investigations, complete accurate and timely accident and incident reports. Work collaboratively with the HR Department on claims. Prepare for and cooperate during the loss control review process and PDRMA field visits. 17.Assist with the development of the annual department/division budget and year-end projections as outlined in the annual budget calendar. Communicate budgetary requests as needed and continuously monitor budget performance throughout the year, adjusting for unexpected expenses or fluctuations in revenue as appropriate. Approve expenditures. Comply with District financial policies.

Other Duties and Responsibilities: Work cooperatively with support Departments. Ensure proper staff certifications and training to meet requirements of governing authorities.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: Demonstrate strong leadership skills. Capacity to make decisions objectively based on customer service and fiscal constraint. Demonstrate strong organizational skills with respect to administrative responsibilities, work distribution, attention to detail and thoroughness. Ability to supervise, train and evaluate professional and technical personnel. Knowledge and skill in budget preparation, financial management and fiscal control. Working knowledge of basic computer software including Point of Sale systems. Skill in the operation of food preparation and management. Ability to communicate effectively, both written and orally.

Education and Experience: Possession of, or ability to obtain, Illinois Food Service Sanitation Manager Certification within one (1) month of date of hire. Possession of, or ability to obtain, Basset Certification within one (1) month of date of hire. Minimum two (2) years of experience in food operations or related field.

Special Considerations: Subject to both inside and outside environmental conditions. Exposure to heat from appliances. Exposure to smoke, steam, cleaning chemicals, food and odors. Subject to modified/flexible work schedule. Ability to move from site to site. Ability to lift or carry heavy weight (>50 lbs.) objects. Ability to perform prolonged lifting, stooping, bending, twisting and climbing for extended periods of time. Ability to sustain posture in a standing position for prolonged periods of time

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 Naperville Park District

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 $45,000-$54,000 DOQ

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Are you an energetic, experienced golf course maintenance professional with a passion for service? The Glencoe Golf Club is seeking an Assistant Superintendent. The Glencoe Golf Club, owned and operated by the Village of Glencoe, is an 18-hole public golf course established in 1921 with a history of providing superior play and course quality and is one of the finest public golf facilities on the North Shore. Golfers play an average of 32,000 per year at the Glencoe Golf Club, including seasonal memberships, leagues, individual rounds and outings. The Glencoe Golf Club hosts Loyola Academy and North Shore Country Day golf teams and New Trier’s Intramural league. In addition to providing excellent golf facilities, the Glencoe Golf Club is a Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary and reflects the Village of Glencoe’s commitment to environmental sustainability. Along the same lines, the Glencoe Golf Club is also a member of the Monarch Butterfly Sanctuary Program and uses maintenance practices that are designed to promote environmental sustainability. Required Qualifications Education and Experience • Two-year degree in Turfgrass Management or related field • Three years of experience in turfgrass management and daily golf course operations, in a supervisory role • Ability to obtain and maintain Illinois pesticide applicator license • Spanish speaker preferred but not required • Capital experience with irrigation and drainage projects; landscape and hardscape project experience a plus • Ability to train/supervise/schedule a crew of up to 15 in a safe and efficient manner • Mechanical ability • A desire to advance within the turfgrass industry • Valid driver’s license

Job Responsibilities • Assist in personnel management, including evaluation and discipline of employees • Calibrate and perform applications of pesticides, fertilizers and seed, including the proper documentation of all applications and the safe handling and storage of all pesticides and fertilizers • Supervise and participate in the set up and monitoring of irrigation system, pump station and all related duties • Scout course conditions using IPM techniques • Provide input on projects; budgets; staff development, employee evaluations, discipline and termination issues, wage increases and hiring of employees • Assist mechanic as needed • Performs other duties as assigned • Promote safe working practices and ensure employees follow established safety regulations, policies and procedures; take corrective action when necessary to ensure compliance with safety regulations, policies and procedures

Interpersonal and Communication • Excellent customer service skills • Ability to train, supervise and schedule a crew of up to 15 employees in a safe and efficient manner • Maintain strong working relationship with Public Works staff

Functional Knowledge • Capital experience with irrigation and drainage projects; landscape and hardscape project experience a plus • Mechanical ability to assist with equipment in the off-season • Cool season turf grass experience with poa annua and bent grass varieties • Ability to manage the course and grounds in the absence of the Superintendent • Strong attention to detail, passion for excellence, professional demeanor and a great attitude

Physical Requirements and Work Environment • Constant lifting and/or moving up to 65 pounds, occasionally lift and/or move up to 100 pounds • Frequent walking and standing (sometimes on uneven surfaces), talking, listening, and operating computer (with or without reasonable accommodation) • Walking, grasping, lifting and carrying objects; reaching, operating hand controls and small tools, operating foot controls (such as driving a light-duty vehicle) • Work time is performed outdoors in all weather conditions and in a variety of environmental conditions, including (but not limited to) heat, cold, humidity, wind, rain, snow, dust and conditions normally associated with working outdoors and using hand tools and power equipment • The position is required to work extended shifts to meet the Golf Club’s operational/business demands; shifts include required daytime hours, evening hours, weekends and holidays • Strong emphasis on workplace safety Salary Salary range is $45,000 to $54,000 per year, depending on qualifications. This position is designated as full time year-round. Excellent benefits include group health, dental and life insurance; IMRF pension; paid time off; uniforms; golf industry professional association dues and golf privileges. Optional Section 125 flexible spending accounts, deferred compensation 457 and Roth IRA programs and vision insurance is available. How to Apply Please e-mail cover letter, resume and application to stellan@glencoegolfclub.com and reference Job ID 19-11 Assistant Superintendent (Golf) in the subject line of the e-mail, or return completed application to Glencoe Golf Club, Glencoe, Illinois, 60022. Resumes will be reviewed as received. Persons requiring reasonable accommodations under the Americans with Disabilities Act are asked to contact the Village Manager’s Office at (847) 835-4114. The Village of Glencoe is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Contact : Stella Nanos Golf Club General Manager stellan@glencoegolfclub.com (847) 835-3330

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 Village of Glencoe

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Stella Nanos
847-835-0250
stellan@glencoegolfclub.com

 Closing Date

Open Until Filled

 $45,000-$54,000 DOQ

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Are you an energetic, experienced golf course maintenance professional with a passion for service? The Glencoe Golf Club is seeking an Assistant Superintendent. The Glencoe Golf Club, owned and operated by the Village of Glencoe, is an 18-hole public golf course established in 1921 with a history of providing superior play and course quality and is one of the finest public golf facilities on the North Shore. Golfers play an average of 32,000 per year at the Glencoe Golf Club, including seasonal memberships, leagues, individual rounds and outings. The Glencoe Golf Club hosts Loyola Academy and North Shore Country Day golf teams and New Trier’s Intramural league. In addition to providing excellent golf facilities, the Glencoe Golf Club is a Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary and reflects the Village of Glencoe’s commitment to environmental sustainability. Along the same lines, the Glencoe Golf Club is also a member of the Monarch Butterfly Sanctuary Program and uses maintenance practices that are designed to promote environmental sustainability. Required Qualifications Education and Experience • Two-year degree in Turfgrass Management or related field • Three years of experience in turfgrass management and daily golf course operations, in a supervisory role • Ability to obtain and maintain Illinois pesticide applicator license • Spanish speaker preferred but not required • Capital experience with irrigation and drainage projects; landscape and hardscape project experience a plus • Ability to train/supervise/schedule a crew of up to 15 in a safe and efficient manner • Mechanical ability • A desire to advance within the turfgrass industry • Valid driver’s license

Job Responsibilities • Assist in personnel management, including evaluation and discipline of employees • Calibrate and perform applications of pesticides, fertilizers and seed, including the proper documentation of all applications and the safe handling and storage of all pesticides and fertilizers • Supervise and participate in the set up and monitoring of irrigation system, pump station and all related duties • Scout course conditions using IPM techniques • Provide input on projects; budgets; staff development, employee evaluations, discipline and termination issues, wage increases and hiring of employees • Assist mechanic as needed • Performs other duties as assigned • Promote safe working practices and ensure employees follow established safety regulations, policies and procedures; take corrective action when necessary to ensure compliance with safety regulations, policies and procedures

Interpersonal and Communication • Excellent customer service skills • Ability to train, supervise and schedule a crew of up to 15 employees in a safe and efficient manner • Maintain strong working relationship with Public Works staff

Functional Knowledge • Capital experience with irrigation and drainage projects; landscape and hardscape project experience a plus • Mechanical ability to assist with equipment in the off-season • Cool season turf grass experience with poa annua and bent grass varieties • Ability to manage the course and grounds in the absence of the Superintendent • Strong attention to detail, passion for excellence, professional demeanor and a great attitude

Physical Requirements and Work Environment • Constant lifting and/or moving up to 65 pounds, occasionally lift and/or move up to 100 pounds • Frequent walking and standing (sometimes on uneven surfaces), talking, listening, and operating computer (with or without reasonable accommodation) • Walking, grasping, lifting and carrying objects; reaching, operating hand controls and small tools, operating foot controls (such as driving a light-duty vehicle) • Work time is performed outdoors in all weather conditions and in a variety of environmental conditions, including (but not limited to) heat, cold, humidity, wind, rain, snow, dust and conditions normally associated with working outdoors and using hand tools and power equipment • The position is required to work extended shifts to meet the Golf Club’s operational/business demands; shifts include required daytime hours, evening hours, weekends and holidays • Strong emphasis on workplace safety Salary Salary range is $45,000 to $54,000 per year, depending on qualifications. This position is designated as full time year-round. Excellent benefits include group health, dental and life insurance; IMRF pension; paid time off; uniforms; golf industry professional association dues and golf privileges. Optional Section 125 flexible spending accounts, deferred compensation 457 and Roth IRA programs and vision insurance is available. How to Apply Please e-mail cover letter, resume and application to stellan@glencoegolfclub.com and reference Job ID 19-11 Assistant Superintendent (Golf) in the subject line of the e-mail, or return completed application to Glencoe Golf Club, Glencoe, Illinois, 60022. Resumes will be reviewed as received. Persons requiring reasonable accommodations under the Americans with Disabilities Act are asked to contact the Village Manager’s Office at (847) 835-4114. The Village of Glencoe is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Contact : Stella Nanos Golf Club General Manager stellan@glencoegolfclub.com (847) 835-3330

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 Village of Glencoe

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Stella Nanos
847-835-0250
stellan@glencoegolfclub.com

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Open Until Filled

 $13 - $14.95 per hour DOQ

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Description: The Facility Attendant II is responsible for care of the ice and facility during shift as well as assisting with weekly ice maintenance and minor equipment repairs.

Responsibilities: Maintain general cleanliness of facility. Operate Zamboni to resurface ice. Perform weekly ice maintenance with Facility Engineer. Make minor repairs to Zamboni. Maintain Ice schedule. Complete special projects including, painting and other minor aesthetic and repair work. Supervise events and programs in facility as necessary. Clean floors and vacuum gym floor and maintain general cleanliness of facility. Field and answer questions. Secure the building in opening or closing hours and enforce rules of the facility. Know and follow emergency action procedures.

Qualifications: One to two years’ experience in ice rink facility maintenance or equivalent combination of education and 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 in good physical condition.

Hiring Range: $13 - $14.95/hour DOQ

Classification: Part-time Class 1 (30 - 39 hours per week), non-exempt

Benefits: Excellent benefit package including 2 personal days, health insurance, and pension.

Close Date: Open until filled

Apply: To apply, please submit an application and resume through www.pdhp.org.

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 Park District of Franklin Park

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Chris Maliszewski
(847) 579-3108
cmaliszewski@pdhp.org

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Apply online at www.lisleparkdistrict.org/jobs

Major responsibilities include the following.  Other responsibilities may be assigned. *Performs scheduled and unscheduled maintenance at all park district facilities including carpentry, plumbing, HVAC and electrical repairs.  *Maintains appropriate inventories of maintenance supplies. *Performs snow and ice removal functions at park district facilities. *Supervises and delegates tasks to seasonal staff. *Opens and/or closes facilities as schedule requires. *Drives park district vehicles to perform errands. *Administers contracts and warranties for maintenance products and external services. *Performs duties of a Park Specialist as required.

Requires expertise typically acquired through completion of a 2 year technical college education or equivalent through progressive work experience. 

Minimum of 3 years related work experience including experience in general building and grounds maintenance and repair. Must have strong electrical background.

Physical requirements include: good speaking, hearing and vision ability, excellent manual dexterity, ability to lift and carry up to 100 pounds occasionally.  Anything lifted over 50 pounds must be achieved with assistance (mechanical or team-lift).

Must have valid Illinois drivers license with excellent driving record.

Will require working outdoors in all weather conditions, especially during the summer.  Will work in mechanical areas of the Community Center and Aquatic Park facilities including exposure to HVAC and electrical units, pipes, pumps, motors and filtration equipment.

This is a full-time position that offers health, vision, life, and dental insurance, generous paid time off and IMRF pension.

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 Lisle Park District

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Adrian Mendez
630-353-4312
amendez@lisleparkdistrict.org

 Closing Date

Open Until Filled