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ABOUT US
The Bartlett Park District is a local government agency that provides 610 acres of beautiful parks and outstanding recreational opportunities for the residents of Bartlett, Illinois and surrounding neighbors. Major facilities of this Distinguished Accredited Agency and two-time National Gold Medal Finalist includes 44 parks, a community center, indoor and outdoor aquatic centers, a 9-hole golf course and an 18-hole golf course, event and reception facility, ski hill, athletic field complex, nature center, gymnasium, and more. 
 
The District is hiring two Full-Time Parks Supervisor Positions in our Parks Department: one position for Parks & Athletic Fields and one for Parks & Golf Course.  While the primary duties and qualifications for the positions will slightly vary, the schedule, pay, and benefits offered will be the same. 
 
JOB SUMMARY
Under the guidance and supervision of the Parks Manager, the Parks Supervisor coordinates and supervises a variety of park maintenance activities in turf, horticulture, special events, and recreation support.    The Parks Supervisor will also supervise and facilitate with full-time and part-time staff to ensure assignments are completed up to standards.  This is an at-will position.

 PRIMARY DUTIES FOR PARKS & ATHLETIC FIELDS SUPERVISOR
  • Participate in the preparation and maintenance of the following:
    • Athletic fields, tennis courts, playgrounds, shelters and other amenities. 
    • Turfgrass- mowing and trimming during the growing season.
    • Horticulture such as tree pruning and removal, landscape beds, etc. 
    • Park grounds through litter pickup and trash removal. 
  • Manages work of others, including planning, assigning, scheduling and reviewing work ensuring quality standards.  Responsible for training staff, creating work schedules, and assigning day to day duties.
  • Monitor and maintain irrigation systems at Koehler Fields including coordinating start-up and shut down (winterization) of system.   
  • Assist with regular formal inspections as assigned for parks, playgrounds and athletic fields. Conduct property inspections for signs of wear, damage, and vandalism.
  • Ensure the training and safe operations of equipment such as power tools, hand tools, string trimmers, aerators, sprayers, large production mowers, chainsaws, chippers, tractors, and trucks.
  • Perform snow and ice removal operations from parking lots, sidewalks, and trails throughout the Park District, as needed. 
  • Responsible for implementing preventative schedules and ongoing turf maintenance such as fertilization and herbicide applications, aeration, and seeding.  
  • Prepare RFP’s for the Park District as needed and required. 
  • Responsible for Special Projects as assigned.
  • Supervise assigned Parks Department staff, which includes full-time and part-time seasonal workers.  
  • Maintain inter-departmental communication through verbal and written communication. 
  • Assist in the preparation and administration of the annual Parks Department budget. 
  • Attend district-wide trainings, crisis trainings and staff trainings as directed. 
  • Attend professional educational conferences and workshops as they pertain to the position, within budget parameters, and with the Parks Manager and Superintendent’s approval. 
  • Perform other duties as assigned.
 
PRIMARY DUTIES FOR PARKS & GOLF COURSE SUPERVISOR
  • Participate in the preparation and maintenance of the following:
    • Horticulture including, installation and removal of trees, shrubs and landscape beds, including preventative maintenance schedules and natural areas.
    • Park grounds and trails through litter pickup and trash removal. 
    • Golf Course including improvements.
  • Manages work of others, including planning, assigning, scheduling and reviewing work ensuring quality standards.  Responsible for training staff, creating work schedules, and assigning day to day duties.
  • Monitor and maintain irrigation systems at Apple Orchard Golf Course, Bartlett Aquatic Center, and Community Center landscape beds, including coordinating start-up and shut down (winterization) of all systems.   
  • Assist with regular formal inspections as assigned for parks. Conduct property inspections for signs of wear, damage, and vandalism.
  • Ensure the training and safe operations of equipment such as power tools, hand tools, string trimmers, aerators, sprayers, large production mowers, chainsaws, chippers, tractors, and trucks.
  • Perform snow and ice removal operations from parking lots, sidewalks, and trails throughout the Park District, as needed.  
  • Maintain all parking lots and drives for the Park District including, car stops, repairs, striping, seal coating, litter, and sweeping. 
  • Prepare RFP’s for the Park District as needed and required. 
  • Responsible for Special Projects as assigned.
  • Supervise assigned Parks Department staff, which includes full-time and part-time seasonal workers.  
  • Maintain inter-departmental communication through verbal and written communication. 
  • Assist in the preparation and administration of the annual Parks Department budget.
  • Attend district-wide trainings, crisis trainings and staff trainings as directed. 
  • Attend professional educational conferences and workshops as they pertain to the position, within budget parameters, and with the Parks Manager and Superintendent’s approval. 
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS
  • Associate’s Degree in parks, horticulture, turf management, forestry or related field
  • Minimum of three (3) years experience in park operations, including the maintenance of turf, landscapes, maintenance equipment, park amenities, or equivalent combination of education and experience
  • Must obtain Illinois Pesticide Applicators License within one-year of the date of hire
  • Good communication skills and experience in directing maintenance crews is a must
  • Must possess and maintain a valid Driver’s License and be able to provide own transportation
 
SCHEDULE & PAY
This is a Full-Time, FLSA Non-Exempt, at-will position.  Hours are Monday-Friday, 7:00AM – 3:30PM (40 hours per week with nights and weekends as needed, including on-call schedule).  Pay range is $26.00 - $28.00 DOQ.
 
BENEFITS OFFERED
In exchange for your time and talent, we offer a generous benefit package (including but not limited to):
  • Medical, dental, and vision coverage, along with life insurance (basic and voluntary)
  • Pension plan (IMRF), 457 Nationwide plan, and Section 125 Flexible Spending Account
  • Paid holidays and vacation, sick, personal, and floating holiday time, and facility discounts & usage benefits
 
 

Interested applicants please apply via the Park District website Employment - Bartlett Park District (bartlettparks.org).  Please include your Resume and Cover Letter.
 
 
Deadline to apply is July 25, 2024.   Bartlett Park District is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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 Contact

Catalina Rodelo
crodelo@bartlettparks.org

 Closing Date

July 25, 2024

 28.00 - 37.40 per hour DOQ

JOB STATUS: Full time       DIVISION: Parks and Properties       FSLA STATUS: Non-Exempt    JOB LOCATION: Heritage Oaks Golf Maintenance 

The Northbrook Park District is seeking an individual with skilled mechanical work involving the maintenance, repair, modification and/or fabrication of vehicles and equipment used in the Park District. This position is primarily assigned to oversee equipment maintenance for golf operations at Heritage Oaks Golf Club and Anetsberger Golf Course. Provides coverage and support for Parks Fleet equipment as needed.

Essential Job Duties
  • Responsible for executing daily maintenance and repairs on golf course equipment.
  • Works closely and coordinates with the golf leadership team and supervisor on any issues related to golf course equipment or performance of golf course equipment.
  • Repairs equipment such as tractors, mowers and other specialized equipment used in building, grounds, and golf maintenance; repairs and/or replaces motors, engines, transmissions, brakes, and carburetors; performs electrical and hydraulic systems repairs.
  • Tunes engines and performs preventive maintenance on vehicles and equipment; checks systems, changes oil, greases moving parts, checks fluid levels, replaces filters, changes tires, makes brake and clutch adjustments; performs related activities for the prevention, detection, and correction of existing and potential mechanical problems; adjusts cutting heights on mowing equipment and sharpens blades.
  • Creates and follows a schedule of preventive maintenance for all equipment to coordinate completion of maintenance, when possible, during winter months/off-season for golf operations.
  • Locates, prices, and orders parts and supplies needed for the maintenance of equipment within budget allotment.
  • Purchases and controls inventory of equipment parts and supplies.
  • Communicates equipment maintenance needs with supervisor.
  • Assists in the instruction and training of the maintenance workers regarding preventative maintenance, proper cleaning, and safe operation of equipment.
  • Performs major repair projects such as engine overhaul, body work and transmission repairs.
  • Cuts, grinds, welds, and fabricates metal to fit repair assignments; performs minor body work as needed.
  • Operates specialized grinding and sharpening equipment for maintenance of reel and rotary mowers.
  • Maintains records for vehicles and equipment including routine maintenance and major repairs using a asset management software.
  • Operates snowplows, trucks, and other equipment for the removal of snow from park district roads, parking lots and walkways during golf off-season.
  • Report any work-related or patron injuries or incidents to supervisor; report unsafe conditions to supervisor and correct if appropriate; complete incident/accident report forms as needed.
  • Assists and fills in for Parks Mechanic as needed.
  • Perform all job tasks in a safe manner.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.
 
To view job description, click here.
 
Qualifications
Completion of four (4) years of high school, including or supplemented by three (3) years of experience in maintenance and repair of the equipment used in ground maintenance; or any equivalent combination of training and experience which provides the following knowledge, ability, and skills.
 
Knowledge
  • Tools, equipment, and materials used in vehicle and equipment repair and maintenance.
  • Occupational hazards and precautionary measures.
  • Hydraulic and electrical systems found on maintenance equipment.

Skills & Abilities
  • Use, operation, and care of tools and equipment utilized in grounds and golf maintenance.
  • Perform skilled maintenance and repair of diverse vehicles and equipment including gasoline and diesel engines.
  • Must posses skill in diagnosing and locating problems and defects in mechanical parts and equipment and be able to adjust, repair or replace the equipment or vehicle
  • Ability to read and follow manuals, operating instructions, wiring diagrams, installation, and adjustment procedures by equipment manufacturers.
  • Cut, weld, grind, and fabricate parts as needed for repair assignments.
  • Basic skills in Microsoft Office programs (Word, Excel, Outlook)
  • Valid Illinois Driver's License Required
  • Drive trucks and operation of all equipment.
  • CPR and AED certified.
Compensation and Hours
$28.00 - $37.40 per hour
Monday - Friday 5:30 am - 1:30 pm
 
Physical Requirements
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.
  • Frequently required to use hands and fingers to handle, feel or operate objects, tools, or controls and reach with hands and arms. Occasionally required to stand, talk, hear, 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 exposed to fumes or airborne particles and toxic or caustic chemicals. The employee works around heavy machinery and may be exposed to risk of electrical shock.
  • Frequently lift and/or move up to and more than 50 pounds, over 50 lbs with assistance.
  • 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.
 
Working Conditions
Work is performed in an indoor and outdoor setting. Work may be performed outdoors with exposure to warm and/or cold temperatures and/or icy conditions for short or long periods of time. May be exposed to high noise levels, fumes, dust, or odors (such as paint), uneven ground or varying heights (use of a ladder). Works near or operates heavy machinery and/or equipment with moving mechanical parts. Work related tools will be provided.

To apply, please complete a job application at: https://nbparks.co/golfmechanic

Our Mission: To enhance our community by providing outstanding services, parks, and facilities through environmental, social, and financial stewardship.

Northbrook Park District is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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 Northbrook Park District

 Contact

Randy Truhlar
rtruhlar@nbparks.org

 Closing Date

Open Until Filled

 $135,000

The Glenview Park District (population 63,000) is one of the most unique park districts in Illinois. Located 20 miles northwest of downtown Chicago, the Glenview Park District employs 115 full-time employees plus 750 seasonal and part-time employees. The Park District has an annual fiscal year budget of $45 million with approximately $32 million in operating budget plus a current capital budget of $7.8 million and debt service budget of approximately $5.4 million. The District enjoys an AAA bond rating from Moody’s Investor Services, is CAPRA and Distinguished Agency Accredited, a 2024 and 2019 Gold Medal Finalist, the 2022 Champion of Change winner, and an IPRA Exceptional Workplace recognized agency. 
 
The Executive Director is seeking a highly qualified, innovative, and visionary Division Director to lead Recreation and Museum Services, one of four major divisions of the organization. The Division Director of Recreation and Museum Services reports directly to the Executive Director, oversees an operating budget of more than $10 million, while working closely with other Division Directors and seven elected Board members. 
 
The Recreation and Museum Services Division includes the Park Center Recreation Center, Schram Memorial Chapel, two outdoor and one indoor aquatic complex, The Grove National Historic Landmark with an interpretive center and 150-acre nature preserve, and the 18.8-acre Historic Wagner Farm. The Division Director of Recreation and Museum Services has direct supervisory responsibility for three department directors and indirect supervisory responsibility for an additional 500 full-time staff and part-time staff.  The Division Director of Recreation and Museum Services oversees recreation programs, activities and special events, facility rentals, animal care and is responsible for the coordination of resources, projects, policies, and procedures within the division. 
 
The Division Director of Recreation and Museum Services will have:
  • Strong leadership ability and the ability to build a cohesive and productive team. 
  • Ability to build and sustain strong relationships with others, including staff, patrons, community stakeholders, board members, and other partnering agencies. 
  • Significant knowledge of recreational programming. 
  •  General knowledge of facility management, maintenance, and construction planning/project administration. 
  •  Outstanding communication skills including listening, speaking, writing, negotiating, public presentations. 
  •  Ability to identify and solve problems in an effective manner. 
  • Ability to effectively contribute to and execute District-wide plans and strategies.
 
Candidate Requirements
  • Bachelor’s degree in parks and recreation, tourism, public policy, or related field. 
  • At least ten years’ progressively responsible experience and a record of achievement in an organization of similar complexity to the Glenview Park District, or an equivalent combination of training and experience. 
  • At least three years’ experience in a high-level manager or director role. 
  • A Master’s Degree is desirable. 
  • Professional certification is preferred. 
  • Prior supervisory experience required. 
 
Salary Range and Benefits
The starting salary range for this position is $135,000 + depending on qualifications. The District offers an excellent benefit package including membership into the Illinois Municipal Retirement System (IMRF), optional 457 deferred compensation plans, a District provided vehicle, an expansive menu of health and wellness benefits and a commitment to on-going employee education and training. 

How to apply:
Open until filled. Apply online at www.GovHRjobs.com with resume, cover letter, and contact information for five (5) professional references. First review of applicants Monday, July 15, 2024. Questions regarding the recruitment may be directed to Steve Scholten, Vice President or Joe DeLuce, Vice President, and Executive Recruiter, GovHR USA. GovHR USA. TEL: 847-380-3240 ext. 185 or 155.

The Glenview Park District is an Equal Opportunity Employer and welcomes and encourages diverse applicants.
 

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 Closing Date

Open Until Filled

 $24/hour to $28/hour DOQ

PARK MAINTENANCE 2

Job Title:                      Park Maintenance 2
Department:                  Parks & Facilities Maintenance
Reports To:                  Park Operations Manager
FLSA Status:                Non-Exempt
 
Summary
Under the supervision of the Park Operations Manager, the Park Maintenance 2 staff shall complete their assigned duties at higher level and offer suggestions of better way to accomplish jobs, and keep in mind the best interests of the Glencoe Park District and of fellow employees. The Parks Maintenance 2 staff member shall be “self-starters”, they shall complete tasks effectively, and with higher attention to detail. This position also entails a larger amount of working time unsupervised. 
 
This is an hourly position and hours will be primarily from 7:00 am to 3:30 pm, with a half-hour break for lunch, Monday through Friday. Weekly schedule will change based on work-related or seasonal needs, which will include nights and weekends as requested, typically at least one weekend a month.
 
During designated periods when the employee is “on call,” it is viewed as essential to the successful performance of the requirements of the positions, that the employee be readily accessible by their assigned work phone. Readily accessible means that the individual performing the duties of the position be able to respond to a request or need for their physical presence at a Glencoe Park District facility within 60 minutes from their place of residence.
 
Compensation will be established based on evaluation, experience, and recommendation of the Director of Parks/Maintenance or Executive Director.
 
Qualifications
A high school degree/GED is required with 3 to 5 years of working experience in grounds maintenance or related field. Must have the following certifications/licenses: Pesticide Applicator’s License (Turf, Right of Way, Ornamental), AED/CPR Certification within six months after hire.  Must possess a valid Illinois Class D Driver’s License at time of hire. Trade-specific Certification is preferred. This position requires a higher level of expertise with tools, equipment, and overall park district knowledge.
 
All employees must pass a criminal background check and drug test, which are paid for by the Glencoe Park District.
 
Required Knowledge
An intermediate to advanced knowledge of grounds maintenance plus knowledge of hand tools, grounds equipment, and operation of trucks and tractors is required. Specialty knowledge, skill and abilities in turf management, plant identification, sports fields, general landscaping, pesticide application or license, trees, or planting is also required.

Required Skills
Need to understand how to work industrial equipment, including: backhoes, front-end loaders, mowers, ball field drags, chainsaws, snow plows, dump trucks, power saws, drills and landscaping equipment. Must have good interpersonal skills and can focus on solving conflicts, listening to others, maintaining a positive attitude and being receptive to constructive feedback. Must exhibit sound and appropriate judgment, support and explain reasoning for decisions. This position requires more attention to detail with opportunity to assist in some trade specific tasks in parks such as plumbing, carpentry and some electrical.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Department Administration
  • Exhibits versatility, flexibility, and initiative to deal with changing assignments
  • Coordinate with Village of Glencoe Public Works staff as required
 
Personnel Management
  • Develops and maintains positive working relationships among all staff
  • In the absence of the Park Operations Manager, may provide staff direction to seasonal staff
 
Project and Contractor Management
  • Assists the Park Operations Manager in supervision of outside contractors by reporting on work completed, status of assignments, and general oversight.
 
Records and Reports
  • Use computer for inspection-related software and training.
  • Document inspections as directed
  • Responsible for complete records of purchases for maintenance supplies
 
Safety and Risk Management
  • Read, understand and enforce the Park District’s “General Safety Rules” and “Safety Policy Statement”
  • Actively support established safety program to control and reduce the frequency and severity of accidents
  • Review and summarize incidents and reports relating to health, safety, and loss control policies and procedures
  • Use provided safety equipment on all jobs as needed
  • Observe and report all unsafe practices and conditions that might result in an accident
 
General/Other
  • Perform general landscape and horticultural work as follows: plant and trim trees, shrubs, general grading, operate construction equipment to renovate ball fields, aerate athletic fields, demolish playgrounds, mow and trim fields, grade beaches, install fences and excavate drainage lines
  • Perform repairs on playgrounds and general park equipment
  • Construct, repair, paint or clean picnic tables, benches, fences, and backstops
  • Perform repairs on irrigation systems, drinking fountains
  • Layout and mark athletic field lines according to appropriate class of play: softball and baseball diamonds, tennis courts and football fields
  • Perform general building maintenance including repairing heating system, roofs, doors, windows, electrical, and plumbing
  • Operate heavy equipment, plow truck, blowers, tractors, and shovels to remove snow from Park District ice rinks, walks, parking lots, and driveways to a high level
  • Remove all trash from parks and playground areas
  • Make and maintain ice for outdoor rink
  • Set up and maintenance of aquatic areas and activities for boating beach, bathing beach, and beach house
  • Use restricted pesticides/herbicides in a safe manner per Glencoe Park District policy
  • Support the Recreation and Facilities Department by setting up special events, programs, and rooms as directed
  • Provide custodial services as directed
  • Complete projects to aid in facility maintenance as directed including painting, seasonal preparation, floor replacement, recreation program supply repair.
  • Be able to perform emergency repairs on equipment such as a Zamboni Ice Resurfacer.
 
Physical Demands
The considerations described below are representative of those that must be met by an employee performing the essential functions of the position successfully. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable an individual with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
 
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand and walk for extended periods of time. Work requires lifting 50 pounds maximum with frequent lifting and/or carrying of objects weighing up to 25 pounds.
 
Psychological Demands
To be successful, an individual must be customer service-oriented and be able to deal with patrons with various needs. Work has the potential to deal with angry customers.

Work Environment
While performing the duties of this position, the individual is frequently exposed to outside weather conditions. Works adjacent to deep water. Potential exposure to hazardous chemicals, open electric panels, trenching operations, airborne particulates, welding arcs and high decibel construction equipment. This position will work at elevated heights or perform confined space entry.
Hours
Due to the very nature of park district programming, evening, weekend, and some holiday hours are to be expected.
 
The Executive Director and/or a department head might also the direct the employee to perform other assignments not included in this job description. This job description is subject to periodic review and/or revision.
 
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level or work being performed by the park maintenance crew member and are not intended to be a list of all responsibilities, duties, and requirements.


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 Glencoe Park District

 Contact

Jared Barchenger
847-257-3105
jbarchenger@glencoeparkdistrict.com

 Closing Date

Open Until Filled

 $22/hour

PARK MAINTENANCE 1

Job Title:                      Park Maintenance 1
Department:                  Parks & Facilities Maintenance
Reports To:                  Park Operations Manager
FLSA Status:                Non-Exempt
 
Summary
Under the supervision of the Park Operations Manager, the Park Maintenance 1 staff shall complete their assigned duties to the best of his/her abilities, offer suggestions of better way to accomplish jobs, and keep in mind the best interests of the Glencoe Park District and of fellow employees.
 
This is an hourly position and hours will be primarily from 7:00 am to 3:30 pm, with a half-hour break for lunch, Monday through Friday. Weekly schedule may change based on work-related or seasonal needs, which may include nights or weekends as requested. During designated periods when the employee is “on call,” it is viewed as essential to the successful performance of the requirements of the positions, that the employee be readily accessible by their assigned work phone. Readily accessible means that the individual performing the duties of the position be able to respond to a request or need for their physical presence at a Glencoe Park District facility within 60 minutes from their place of residence. Compensation will be established based on evaluation, experience, and recommendation of the Director of Parks/Maintenance or Executive Director.
 
Qualifications
A high school degree/GED is required with one to two years of working experience in grounds maintenance or related field. Must have the following certifications/licenses: Pesticide Operator’s License, AED/CPR Certification within six months after hire. Must possess a valid Illinois Class D Driver’s License at time of hire. Trade-specific Certification is preferred.
 
All employees must pass a criminal background check and drug test, which are paid for by the Glencoe Park District.
 
Required Knowledge
A basic knowledge of grounds maintenance plus knowledge of hand tools, grounds equipment, and operation of trucks and tractors is required. Specialty knowledge, skill and abilities in turf management, plant identification, sports fields, general landscaping, pesticide application or license, trees, or planting preferred.

Required Skills
Need to understand how to work industrial equipment, including: backhoes, front-end loaders, mowers, ball field drags, chainsaws, snow plows, dump trucks, power saws, drills and landscaping equipment. Must have good interpersonal skills and can focus on solving conflicts, listening to others, maintaining a positive attitude and being receptive to constructive feedback. Must exhibit sound and appropriate judgment, support and explain reasoning for decisions

Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Department Administration
  • Exhibits versatility, flexibility, and initiative to deal with changing assignments
  • Coordinate with Village of Glencoe Public Works staff as required
 
Personnel Management
  • Develops and maintains positive working relationships among all staff
  • In the absence of the Park Operations Manager, may provide staff direction to seasonal staff
 
Project and Contractor Management
  • Assists the Park Operations Manager in supervision of outside contractors by reporting on work completed, status of assignments and general oversight
 
Records and Reports
  • Use computer for inspection-related software, if applicable
  • Document inspections as directed
  • Responsible for complete records of purchases for maintenance supplies
 
Safety and Risk Management
  • Read, understand and enforce the Park District’s “General Safety Rules” and “Safety Policy Statement”
  • Actively support established safety program to control and reduce the frequency and severity of accidents
  • Review and summarize incidents and reports relating to health, safety, and loss control policies and procedures
  • Use provided safety equipment on all jobs as needed
  • Observe and report all unsafe practices and conditions that might result in an accident
 
General/Other
  • Perform general landscape and horticultural work as follows: plant and trim trees, shrubs, general grading, operate construction equipment to renovate ball fields, aerate athletic fields, demolish playgrounds, mow and trim fields, grade beaches, install fences and excavate drainage lines
  • Perform repairs on playgrounds and general park equipment
  • Construct, repair, paint or clean picnic tables, benches, fences, and backstops
  • Perform minor repairs on irrigation systems, drinking fountains
  • Layout and mark athletic field lines according to appropriate class of play: softball and baseball diamonds, tennis courts and football fields
  • Perform general building maintenance including repairing heating system, roofs, doors, windows, minor electrical and plumbing
  • Operate plow truck, blowers, tractors, and shovels to remove snow from Park District ice rinks, walks, parking lots, and driveways
  • Remove all trash from parks and playground areas
  • Make and maintain ice for outdoor rink
  • Set up and maintenance of aquatic areas and activities for boating beach, bathing beach, and beach house
  • Use restricted pesticides/herbicides in a safe manner per Glencoe Park District policy
  • Support the Recreation and Facilities Department by setting up special events, programs, and rooms as directed
  • Provide custodial services as directed
  • Complete projects to aid in facility maintenance as directed including painting, seasonal preparation, floor replacement, recreation program supply repair
 
Physical Demands
The considerations described below are representative of those that must be met by an employee performing the essential functions of the position successfully. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable an individual with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
 
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand and walk for extended periods of time. Work requires lifting 50 pounds maximum with frequent lifting and/or carrying of objects weighing up to 25 pounds.
 
Psychological Demands
To be successful, an individual must be customer service-oriented and be able to deal with patrons with various needs. Work has the potential to deal with angry customers.

Work Environment
Work usually takes place in clean, pleasant, and comfortable office conditions. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate to loud.

Hours
Due to the very nature of park district programming, evening, weekend, and some holiday hours may be expected.
 
The Executive Director and/or a department head might also the direct the employee to perform other assignments not included in this job description. This job description is subject to periodic review and/or revision.
 
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level or work being performed by the park maintenance crew member and are not intended to be a list of all responsibilities, duties, and requirements.


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 Glencoe Park District

 Contact

Jared Barchenger
847-257-3105
jbarchenger@glencoeparkdistrict.com

 Closing Date

Open Until Filled