Please apply at http://www.lisleparkdistrict.org/jobs.html
The full-time Museum Manager will oversee the daily operations of the museums at Lisle Station Park. Major responsibilities include the following. Other responsibilities may be assigned.
Develops comprehensive short and long-term museum programs to serve all age populations including events, exhibits and artifact displays. Works with the Heritage Society cataloging existing and future museum artifacts. Conducts guided tours and facility rentals as needed. Organizes and facilitates historical special events in cooperation with the Heritage Society. Prepares annual budget estimates, monitors revenue and administers expenditures for programs and services. Hires, trains, supervises and evaluates part-time instructors, support staff and volunteers. Promotes museum programs and events to external groups including Chambers of Commerce, village departments, civic and cultural groups and visitors’ bureaus. Prepares summaries, monthly reports, periodic and special reports. Provides timely and adequate information for publicity of museum programs and events. Performs job safely and in compliance with the park district’s policies and procedures, work rules and safety rules. Qualifications: Requires expertise typically acquired through completion of a bachelor's degree in Museum Studies, History or a relevant area. Knowledge of Past Perfect software, grant writing and / or fundraising experience preferred. Minimum of 2 years related work experience required.
Physical requirements include: good speaking, hearing and vision ability, excellent manual dexterity, ability to lift and carry up to 25 pounds occasionally and up to 10 pounds frequently. Will have to walk to various historical facilities in the same general vicinity on a regular basis.
Our District is seeking a team member who will be responsible for planning, implementing, maintaining and evaluating a broad spectrum of cultural arts programs including dance, music, theater along with general recreation programs for teens and camps to meet community needs. Selected individual will recruit, train, supervise, evaluate and coach part-time staff and volunteers according to the policies and procedures of the Park Ridge Park District.
Qualifications: Requires two to three years of full-time experience in recreation programming for dance, music and teens. Excellent communication skills, and the ability to work within a fast-paced team environment with individuals of varying ages. An intermediate level of written and verbal communication in the English language is required as well as Microsoft Office Software. Knowledge of RecTrac Registration System, Paycom payroll system and MSI finance software a plus. Must be CPR/AED and First-Aid instructor certified or have the ability to become certified (through the Park District) within 12 months of hire date. A valid Illinois Driver’s License is required in order to drive a District vehicle.
Education: Bachelor’s Degree in Recreation, Sports and Tourism or related field. Certified Park and Recreation Professional preferred.
Benefits: We offer a generous benefits package including Medical, Dental & Vision Insurance, Life Insurance, Pension/Benefit Plan (IMRF), Program/Facility Discounts and more.
Availability: Standard work-week is Monday through Friday with an approximate schedule of 8:30am – 4:30pm. Evening, weekend, and holiday hours are to be expected. Selected individual is expected to be on duty whenever the need exists.
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Responsible for the development, project and staff management and execution of special events, managing the daily operations of recreation facilities including facility rentals/ Building Supervisors, birthday parties, pets, as well as daily operations of the Hall Quarry Beach and Paddleboat/kayak rentals.
Responsible for the hiring, training, scheduling, time card approval, evaluation and supervision of the Quarry and Building Supervisor staff. *Manage the rental of facilities which includes the review and approval of all facility reservations, meeting with prospective renters and explaining facility rental procedures. *Maintain daily communication with Building Supervisors and maintenance on events, schedules and facility issues. *Be accessible during all recreation facility use to assist staff and private rentals as needed. Research current trends in special events and aquatics programming. Introduce new activities, equipment and resources to staff and customers. *Manage the operation of summer seasonal facilities which includes Quarry and Paddleboats by hiring, training, scheduling and supervising lifeguards, lifeguard managers, cashiers and custodial staff. *Manage the swim lesson program which includes assigning and training instructors, creating lesson plans for each swim level, providing roster information for instructors and generating class schedules. *Manage the Fox River Trail reservations which include the review and approval of all reservations, talking and/or meeting with prospective patrons showing and explanation of reservation procedures. *Monitor class enrollment; communicate with instructors and Marketing Department regarding class changes, cancellations and rescheduling. *Oversee the chemical balance of the Quarry which includes sending water samples to the State. *Responsible for balanced daily bank deposits and daily financial operations of the Quarry and Paddleboat facilities. *Support staff with concerns such as patron and parent issues, class structure, facility issues and supply needs. *Manage special events which include developing and managing the budget, coordinating the logistics, booking entertainment, arranging staff support, working with the Marketing department to promote events and find sponsorships, creating supply lists, event time lines, gathering supplies and confirming vendors. *Teach CPR/First Aid when needed and maintain supplies. *Responsible for developing pet classes and events, including: preparing contracts, researching new trends and ideas and coordinating all logistics of the pet program or event. *Work with the Marketing Department to promote classes through press releases, social media our website, e-blasts, fliers and other marketing avenues. *Assist with volunteer recruitment and training for utilization at special events. *Conduct a program analysis each season to review enrollment numbers, cancelled programs, program successes, opportunities, need for changes and evaluation feedback. Responsible for creating and adhering to budgets for programs and events. *Manage assigned contractual services (e.g. cleaning company, pest control, first aid, and fire extinguishers.) *Perform all job and tasks within guidelines and rules of District’s safety program. *Adhere to the BPD time and attendance policy along with the BPD CORE VALUES.
Education and Experience:
This position requires a Bachelor’s degree in Parks and Recreation or related field and two years of experience in recreation management. Starguard lifeguard instructor obtained within 90 days of hire. Supervisor must obtain a Food Safety Manager certificate within 90 days of hire. Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
*First Aid/CPR certification is required. *Above average computer skills including knowledge of Microsoft Office, Gmail/Email, and RecTrac in addition to preparing annual budgets. *Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with employees, vendors, contractors and the public. *Ability to communicate with public and patrons in a professional manner. *Understand and anticipate customer’s needs as well as support a customer service environment. *Effective time management techniques and ability to meet deadlines while managing day to day activities. *Must be resourceful and well organized. *Strong knowledge of pertinent safety precautions and risk management procedures.
Physical Demands/Work Environment:
*This job is performed in a typical office environment in addition to being outdoors, which includes wet, hot, humid, and cold weather conditions. *Prolonged standing during special events may be required. *May be required to assist with physical set-up of recreation programs which may include bending, reaching, lifting and carrying items up to 35 lbs.
Weekday hours: Monday - Friday 8:30am-4:30pm Some weekend, evening and holidays will be required for meetings, special events and aquatics especially during the summer season.
Anticipated hiring salary is $46,000-$52,000 annually (DOQ). This role is Full time, Exempt and has an excellent benefits package which includes medical, dental, vision, and IMRF. BPD is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
The Program Supervisor is responsible for the planning, organization and supervision of specific assigned programs and events within the district's Racquet & Fitness Club facility. Areas of responsibility include tennis lessons, leagues and events, as well as other general programming and events for members of the Club and the community. Other areas of direct responsibility include swim lessons, rentals, parties and the bar/lounge area. The ideal candidate will have experience with recreation programming, special events and rentals. The Program Supervisor will be an integral member of the Club's management team. The Racquet & Fitness Club Program Supervisor will also have the opportunity to work closely with other departments throughout the Homewood-Flossmoor Park District.
Please apply at www.hfparks.com. A full job description is available online.
Searching for a Full-time Athletic Supervisor to join our extremely dynamic team at the Lemont Park District!
Reports To: Director of Recreation and Communications
Salary Range: Starting at $40K DOQ + Full Benefits Program (Including Health Benefits with Vision and Dental Insurance; Life Insurance; IMRF and Deferred Compensation Plan)
This is a Full-Time Salaried Position working a minimum of 40 a week.
Qualifications: Must have experience in Parks and Rec/Athletic Programming with an industry degree and CPRP preferred.
Job Summary: The Athletics Supervisor is responsible for planning, budgeting, organizing, publicizing, staffing, scheduling and safety of all assigned programs, special events, services, facilities and other duties as required. This position is specifically responsible for all sports programs, (both youth and adults) including softball, basketball, volleyball, gymnastics, tennis, pickleball, golf, racquetball/wallyball, and other various contracted programs. The person is also in charge of all in-house leagues including the Recreational Soccer League program, Rookie Rec Hoops League, Recreational and Travel Basketball Leagues, Coaches ASEP Clinic and some special events.
Working Conditions: The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate. Employee's general work area is indoors in a smoke-free environment with controlled temperature and fluorescent lighting.