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Due to an internal promotion, the Skokie Park District is hiring for the Weber Center Facility Manager! Reporting to the Superintendent of Recreation, the Weber Center Manager will be responsible for the operation and management of the Weber Leisure Center and Fitness First, including facility scheduling, budgeting, planning, marketing, hiring and supervision of staff and facility programming. The Weber Leisure Center Manager will utilize all available resources of the District and its staff to ensure a smooth and effective delivery of services, and will carry out the established policies of the Skokie Park District. Some essential duties include:
• Administers, develops, coordinates, implements, promotes, and evaluates the District's fitness programming, Weber Center recreational programming and special events. To accomplish this, the Weber Leisure Center Manager will utilize all the available resources and constantly seek additional ways to expand and improve programs and promotions for the Weber Leisure Center and Fitness First.
• Responsible for the overall operation and management of the Weber Leisure Center and Fitness First including staff, programs, rentals, office, maintenance, security, heating and cooling and cleanliness.
• Responsible for developing all related facility/program budgets, monthly reports, participation records and financial reports. Reviews monthly budget reports.
• Responsible for the hiring, training, supervision, scheduling, payroll and evaluation of the Fitness First Manager, Weber Center Recreation Supervisor, Rental Coordinator, Custodial Supervisors and part-time maintenance staff.
• Proofs and approves Weber Center reports, invoice transmittals, new hire paperwork and purchase requisitions submitted by Weber and Fitness First staff.
• Approves and submits payroll for full and part-time Weber Center and Fitness First staff.
• Plans, organizes, and administers an annual staff training for full and part-time Weber Center and Fitness First staff.
• Purchases program supplies, services and equipment including Fitness First facility machines. Keeps an up-to-date inventory of materials and supplies.
• Prepares bids for capital projects.
• Enforces and ensures that policies, procedures and work rules are being followed by staff.
• Works closely with other District staff in order to provide a coordinated programming effort particularly as it relates to school usage agreements, camp accreditation, program registration policies and procedures.
• Programs specific special events throughout the year that relate to the Weber Leisure Center and Fitness First.
• Serves as an active member of the Safety Committee, IPLAN Committee and Trends Task Force Committee.
• On a rotational basis serves as ACA (American Camping Association) Coordinator.
• Ensures that the Weber Center and Fitness First meet the District's safety and cleanliness standards. Reviews monthly facility inspection reports and takes appropriate action when needed.
• Assist with planning, coordination and operation of District-wide festivals and special events including Skokie Festival of Cultures, Fourth of July, Backlot Bash and other special events.
• Schedules and coordinates the maintenance of facility equipment and building repairs by processing work requests or contracting with outside vendors for work and services to be performed.
• Maintains inventory of facility supplies and equipment and orders new supplies and equipment as needed following appropriate District purchasing guidelines and procedures.
• Responsible for the development and implementation of the Weber Center Operations Plan and Manual.
• Attends community special event planning meetings.
Who we're looking for: An enthusiastic individual with a passion for recreation and a great team player. The ideal candidate will have a Bachelor's degree in Parks and Recreation, Sports Management or related field. Must have at least four years of progressive experience in facility management and recreation programming. Certified Park & Recreation Professional (CPRP) preferred.
Benefits: 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.)
Complete your application with cover letter and resume here: https://secure6.saashr.com/ta/6180292.careers?ShowJob=486941928
The Skokie Park District is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Facility & Aquatics Maintenance Supervisor
Position Type: Full-time: Non-Exempt: Hourly
Start Date: 04/03/2023
Salary Range: $49,419.42 - $61,771.78/ DOQ
Benefits: IMRF Pension, PTO, District Discounts, Health, Dental & Vision Insurance, Group Life Insurance
Perform a variety of skilled maintenance activities to support the District’s facilities such as Community Center, Dunbar Recreation Center, Golf Club, Regent Center, Kracklauer Dance Studio, indoor pool, outdoor Spray Park, Barefoot Bay (outdoor aquatic facility), and Diamond Lake Beach.
Qualifications – Education, Experience and Training
Must be knowledgeable in the areas of plumbing, heating, air conditioning, electrical maintenance, carpentry and general maintenance. Minimum high school graduate or general education degree required with formal or trade school studies related to building maintenance desired. Five (5) years in the building maintenance and/or construction fields with at least three (3) years in a supervisory position. Experience with custodial services or the equivalent in custodial service in other institutions and/or firms. CPR, First Aid and AED Certification required within six months of employment. Electrical license, HVAC certificate and/or plumber’s license recommended. Three (3) years’ experience in the care, maintenance and repair of both indoor and outdoor swimming pools, waterslides and aquatic equipment recommended. 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
A. 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 f 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.
• Coordinates Hazcom Standard compliance activities.
• Conduct preventative maintenance on all aquatic facilities equipment and document a preventative maintenance schedule.
• Assist with fire and alarm system inspections and repairs.
• Maintain the Community Center facility in a condition of operating excellence, cleanliness and safety. Conducts an ongoing program of general maintenance, upkeep, and repair.
• Cleans and maintains all boilers and other major equipment.
• Participates in painting and general repairs to plumbing, electrical, carpentry, windows and general mechanical work.
• Is responsible for regulating heating, ventilating and air conditioning systems to provide temperatures appropriate to the season and to ensure economical usage of fuel, water and electricity.
• Supervise and lead volunteers, community service workers and seasonal staff. Performs emergency repair services as necessary.
• Orders and receives supplies and equipment and maintains necessary inventories.
• Responsible for the setting up and tearing down of equipment during special events, meetings, program classes.
• Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, blue prints, electrical schematics, operating and maintenance instructions and procedure manuals.
• Ability to write routine reports and correspondence.
• Assist with other duties as assigned in other areas/divisions such as snow plowing, painting, building maintenance.
• Ability to communicate (speak) effectively to workers, contractors, facility staff and public. Perform other related duties as assigned
Performs unskilled and semi-skilled maintenance, custodial and repair work. Responsible for set-up and takedown of equipment for recreational areas for programs, activities, and meetings use. May be asked to work flexible schedules, including evenings, weekends, early mornings and overtime as necessary.
Pay: $20.00+ based on qualifications
Shift: 40 hours per week with opportunity for overtime. Saturday - Wednesday 1st and 2nd shift
Benefits: Position offers a FREE benefits package that includes 100% employer-paid health insurance, paid vacation and holidays, and enrollment in the Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund (IMRF). Recreational benefits available at no cost or reduced cost including fitness center membership, recreational class registration, golf play, pool passes for you and family, batting cage access and more!
Duties and Responsibilities
Perform general maintenance and custodial duties at assigned area; sweep, dust, and mop floors; dust, polish and clean furniture; sanitize bathrooms and maintain conditions; empty trash, wash walls and windows; assist with deep cleaning tasks including window washing, stripping and waxing floors and carpet cleaning. Perform custodial activities on the outside grounds; picks up trash, litter, and debris. Conduct building inspections including, but not limited to, lights, doors and door hardware, window frames and glass, exterior roofs, gutters and downspouts, interior walls, floors and ceilings and stairs, railing and walks. Inspect, install and repair building components; install signage around the district. Paint indoor and outdoor building components and equipment. Perform varied carpentry work for facilities and grounds; construct storage spaces, cabinets, and shelves. Operate trucks and other equipment for the removal of snow and ice from roads, parking lots and walkways. Construct and maintain ice surfaces at our indoor and outdoor ice rinks. Attend and assist with special events and programs as needed. Purchase and store materials and supplies needed for maintenance and repair projects. Perform other duties as assigned.
Completion of four (4) years of high school or attainment of a GED, or graduation from a vocational school, including one (1) year of experience in maintenance repair or semi-skilled trades work. Ice rink operation and maintenance experience preferred. Operate and maintain heavy machinery/ice resurfacer Safe use of tools and equipment used for cleaning and building maintenance Utilize work order system to track and complete tasks Perform building alteration functions involving carpentry, and painting Utilize minor handyman repairs; recognize when a certified technician must be contacted for proper repairs Communicate effectively both orally and in writing Follow written instructions and schedules to properly assist with room set-up and takedown Possession of a valid Illinois Drivers License Pass the pulmonary functioning test and respirator fit test annually
The physical requirements 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 of the job.
Regularly required to use hands and fingers to handle, feel or operate objects, tools, or controls and reach with hands and arms. Frequently required to walk, sit, climb or balance, stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl, and smell. Frequently works near moving mechanical parts and is frequently exposed to wet and/or humid conditions and vibration. Occasionally works in high, precarious places and is occasionally exposed to fumes or airborne particles and toxic or caustic chemicals and risk of electrical shock. Frequently lift and/or move up to and more than 50 pounds; employee is allowed and encouraged to use mechanical or manual assists for lifting above 40 lbs. as a guideline. Specific vision ability required by this job includes close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus. Hand-eye coordination is necessary to operate equipment. Work is performed mainly in an indoor setting at an ice rink arena and shop and on the ice rink. Work may be performed with exposure to warm and/or cool temperatures and/or icy conditions for short or long periods of time. Position may be exposed to high noise level, fumes, dust or odors (such as paint), uneven ground or varying heights (work on roof, use of a ladder to work at heights greater than 20 feet). May walk on slippery surfaces. Works near or operates heavy machinery and/or equipment with vibrations and/or moving mechanical parts.
Job Summary: Under the supervision of the Buildings Foreman, the Buildings Specialist is directly responsible for administering and performing all aspects of buildings maintenance for the Belvidere Park District. General Hours: This position requires a minimum of 40-hour per week. Typical workdays will be Monday through Friday 7am to 3:30pm. However, a combination of daytime, evening and weekend hours may be required when the need exists.
Essential Functions: • Assist with the daily building’s maintenance operations for the district. • Assist Grounds and Horticulture departments with snow removal. • Collaborate with other maintenance staff to achieve departmental goals. • Assures that tools and equipment are properly maintained and kept in proper working order. • Attend pertinent departmental/park district meetings and in-house training sessions. • Participate as a team member to assist and improve the overall services to the community. • Maintain a neat and orderly work environment. • Participate in professional committees, conferences, workshops, and classes to improve knowledge of job responsibilities and skills with supervisor approval. • Adhere to all organizational policies and procedures as designated by the district. • Performs other work-related duties and functions as assigned.
Education, Experience and Training: • Preferred 2 years’ experience in Buildings maintenance. • Familiarity with equipment maintenance.
Knowledge, Abilities and Skills Required: • Must possess a strong knowledge and understanding of how to care for and maintain buildings • Ability to work unsupervised. • Aptitude to use a computer for e-mail and accessing the internet. • Ability to apply good judgement and practical knowledge to resolve unusual or irregular problems in work assigned. • Ability to communicate effectively within various settings, from one-on-one to group configurations. • Proficiency to read and write in English and organize effectively. • Ability to work in a team atmosphere, promoting positive work relations with both internal and external customers. • Capacity to maintain self-control and composure in difficult situations. • Assist with supervision of seasonal staff.
Physical Demands/Work Environment: • The 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. • General work area is outdoors, in several environmental extremes, typical with working in the Midwest climate. • Sitting, climbing, balancing, stooping, kneeling, crouching, crawling, reaching, standing, walking, pushing, pulling, lifting, fingering, grasping, feeling and repetitive motion. • Have a normal range of hearing and eyesight to record, prepare and communicate appropriately in person and in writing. • Specific vision requirements: close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and the ability to focus. • Frequently lift/or move up to 50 pounds and occasionally lift/or move, with assistance more than 80 pounds. Must be able to perform physical duties with little or no assistance. • Have full range of body motion, including handling and lifting items and packages. • Exposure to chemicals such as cleaning solutions, solvents, petroleum products, etc.
Disclaimer: This job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee. While this is intended to be an accurate reflection of the current job, management reserves the right to revise the job when circumstances change; e.g., emergencies, deadlines, personnel changes, workload and technological development, etc.
Pool Manager Responsibilities include: Manage and oversee all operations at the pool. Recruit, supervise and schedule lifeguards and crews. Supervise all operations at pool including staff; Cash handling and reconciliation; Plan, organize and lead various recreational programs at the pool; Secure supplies, equipment and facilities; Oversee reconciliation and closing of public pool each day. Certify lifeguards when certified as an instructor. High School diploma or equivalent required; 2-5 years supervisory experience preferred. Lifeguard Instructor Certified or willing to get certified at city’s cost. Competitive salary commiserate with experience. Applications to: Pool Manager, P.O. Box 49, Farmer City, IL 61842-0049 or Fax 309-928-2935. Applications may be picked up at City Hall or www.cityoffarmercity.org. Contact email@example.com or 309-928-3412 with questions. Farmer City is an equal employment opportunity employer.