JOB SUMMARY: The summer lifeguards position will be responsible for operating a safe and effective aquatic environment. Ability to use preventative lifeguarding techniques including scanning using the 10/20 technique; enforce and obey facility rules and regulations including local, county and state health codes; ability to use safety and rescue equipment, complete necessary paperwork, including incident and rescue reports; band-aid reports logs, and chemical readings logs. Must be able to provide great customer service by providing a positive attitude and friendly demeanor to our patrons.
QUALIFICATIONS: Must be at least 16 years old and possess decent swimming skills required in order to pass Starguard Elite Lifeguard Training (Training Provided by Hanover Park Park District). Prior guarding experience, rescue and first aid a plus!
SCHEDULING & PAY: Schedules are flexible. The pool is open 7 days a week, beginning June 5th through August 9th. The pay rate is $13.00 to 15.00 per hour.
PERKS & PRIVILEGES:
Free fitness center membership! Free admission outdoor pool for you and your family! Refer a friend for bonuses! Develop leadership skills! Increase communication and people skills! Improve self-confidence! Work as part of a team! The Hanover Park Park District is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Job Types: Part-time, Temporary
The Park District of Oak Park is hiring several part-time positions within the Parks & Planning department. The opening highlighted today is the Custodian position. The Parks & Planning Custodian is responsible for maintaining an inviting, safe and clean environment in and around the Park District’s facilities for guests and staff. The custodian performs basic cleaning, sanitizing, maintaining and up-keeping tasks. Additionally, this position will frequently interact with program patrons, providing direction and answers to questions. The position works Monday - Friday, from 5:00pm to 11:00pm up to 999 hours per year.
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SUMMARY The Blue Island Park District is seeking applicants for the position of Recreation Intern for the Recreation Department for students pursuing a degree in Recreation, Leisure Studies, or related field. All necessary university or college requirements must be met to be eligible. The Blue Island Park District will be willing to accommodate your school's requirements for an internship if applicable.
ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITIES Under the direction of the Recreation Director, this internship will give a broad range of experience in all areas of recreation, included but not limited to administration, marketing, recreation programs that include early childhood, youth, teen, adult, & senior recreation programming, athletics, and special events. Other duties are as followed: • The ideal candidate will be able to develop relationships with families, businesses, and organizations within the community. • Maintain records, written and/or computerized, of all recreation program related activities. • Perform administrative work such as creating flyers, making phone calls, developing evaluations, and helping with special events. • Maintains inventory of equipment and supplies. • Participate in programs or events. • Assists in maintaining and scheduling athletic programs such as basketball, softball, and soccer. • Observes and evaluates special events, practices, and games for quality of competition, proper use of equipment and facilities and for sportsmanship. • Other duties may be assigned as dictated by operational necessity.
QUALIFICATIONS AND EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS • Must be either currently attending or a recent graduate with a major in recreation, exercise science, kinesiology, or a related field. • Proficient in use of a computer and computer programs such as Microsoft Office and a web-based program/facility scheduling system (such as RecTrac) a plus. • Candidate must have a valid driver's license.
PREFERRED SKILLS • Ability to maintain a clean and safe workplace. • Superior customer service skills. • Excellent interpersonal and solves problems cooperatively while conveying a positive attitude to others. • Clear and concise skill sets in organization and attention to detail. • The ability to carry out instructions eﬀectively and eﬃciently and able to meet production deadlines in a timely and punctual manner.
ADDITIONAL NOTES Typical hours are Monday thru Friday 9 A.M. – 5:00 P.M. Weeknights and weekends required as needed. 10-40 hours a week depending on needs of internship.
Apply online: http://blueislandparks.org/employment-opportunities/
SUMMARY The Blue Island Park District is seeking applicants for the position of Marketing Intern for the Marketing Department for students pursuing a degree in marketing, communication, or related field. The Blue Island Park District will be willing to accommodate your school's requirements for an internship if applicable.
ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITIES Under the direction of the Marketing Coordinator, the Marketing Intern will receive experience in photography and writing designed to engage a diverse community. Interns with a focus in photography are expected to attend Blue Island Park District events and programs, photograph, and create engaging visuals. Interns will receive feedback from the Marketing Coordinator for the purpose of achieving a style and growing as a photographer. Interns with a focus in writing are expected to complete short writing tasks. Interns will receive feedback from the Marketing Coordinator with the goal of developing grammar, situational tone, and eventually taking on longer projects such as articles and editing proposals. Other duties are as followed: • The ideal candidate will be able to develop relationships with families, businesses, and organizations within the community. • Maintain records, written and/or computerized, of all recreation program related activities. • Maintains inventory of equipment and supplies. • Other duties may be assigned as dictated by operational necessity. Photography • Photograph essential elements of events and programs. • Filter through pictures and select best images and edit pictures using Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator. • Select best visuals for designated media (social, program guide, website). • Collaborate with the Marketing Coordinator to design covers for printed materials such as the Program Guide, pamphlets, and more. • Review social media engagement with the Marketing Coordinator to determine which images attract more attention. • Interns with a photography focus may be assigned small writing tasks. Writing • Create captions for at least three social media posts per week. • Write press releases before or after events. • Create attention-grabbing event/program descriptions in collaboration with the Marketing Coordinator. • Proofread documents from the Recreation Department as needed. • Draft articles to be sent to local newspapers. • Review social media engagement with the Marketing Coordinator. • Interns with a writing focus may be assigned small photography tasks.
PREFERRED SKILLS • Superior customer service skills. • Excellent interpersonal and solves problems cooperatively while conveying a positive attitude to others. • Clear and concise skill sets in organization and attention to detail.
Apply online: http://blueislandparks.org/employment-opportunities/
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The seasonal worker will perform duties, which are normally assigned to regular maintenance in the off-season.
If assigned to:
Forestry - duties include: turf care, lawn mowing, weeding, and watering. The tools involved in these activities include a standing lawnmower and weed eaters. Tree and shrub pruning includes the use of hand tools. Duties also include: performing brush pick-up which involves feeding brush into a chipper, and possible mechanical work which may include light maintenance on the equipment. Reports to Street-Forestry supervisor – Forestry Division.
Sewage Treatment – duties include lawn mowing, typical grounds maintenance, painting, mopping floors, hosing tanks. Reports to Wastewater Treatment supervisor – Sewage Treatment Division.
Streets - duties include maintenance of: Storm sewer system - jetting of storm pipe, cleaning and patching of storm basins, and assisting in the rebuilding of storm sewer basins. Curb, gutter, and sidewalk repairs - assisting in the breaking and removal, sub base preparation, forming, pouring, and finishing of concrete. Asphalt repairs - saw cutting, removal, base preparation, installation and clean up of tools. Pothole patching - filling of holes in pavement with cold mix asphalt. Yard repairs - removal of soil, installation of topsoil, planting new sod or grass seed. Sign work - assisting in removing old signs, making and installing new signs. Graffiti removal - scouring surfaces of building, wall, and fences to remove graffiti, assisting in the operation of the soda blaster graffiti removal system, repairing surfaces, which have been cleaned, including painting, staining, and sanding. Street Maintenance - requires the use of shovels, picks, rakes, and other related equipment. Reports to Street-Forestry supervisor – Streets Division.
Water/Sewers/Meters – duties include meter reading in residential and commercial areas using a Uni-gun, painting fire hydrants, assisting the sanitary division in sewer prevention maintenance and in "Buffalo Box" repair which requires the use of shovels, yard restoration with the use of shovels and rakes. Reports to the Water Supervisor.
Wells - duties include clean-up, painting, yard work which includes grass cutting, outdoor trim work on bushes, assisting water plant operators. Reports to the Water Supervisor.
Perform other duties as requested or assigned which are reasonably within the scope of the duties enumerated.
Follows all safety regulations, policies and procedures. Reports all unsafe conditions and acts to supervisor. Reports all accidents to the supervisor immediately whenever possible, but no later than end of the employee's work shift. Follows recognized safe work practices.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be at least 18 years of age and 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 &/OR EXPERIENCE: High school diploma or general education degree (GED); or one to three months related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATION Must possess and maintain in good standing a valid Driver's License.