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This fulltime, year-round Head Coach & Program Assistant position is a supervisory opportunity in the Community Sailing and Basin Program areas of the Parks & Recreation Department. Responsibilitiesinclude coaching a nationally recognized race program, implementing seasonal youth and adult programs, as well as equipment maintenance. The Head Coach/Program Assistant will also be responsible for the racing pipeline programs, summer race coaches, race team event and travel planning.

It is imperative that this person have high level racing experience personally as well as demonstrated proven leadership abilities as a Coach at a robust sailing program. Applicants must be positive, organized and enjoy working with youth and adults. Applicant must have excellent customer service and communication skills. Basic computer skills are important. Applicant must be able to work day, evening and weekend hours. A working knowledge of fiberglass, outboard engines and rigging systems maintenance is a must.

Applicants must have a Bachelor’s degree, at least 1 year experience in teaching/coaching sailing and be U.S. Sailing Level I certified or equivalent. It is preferable for the Head Coach/Sailing Assistant to be a Level II Small Boat Instructor, Level I/II Instructor Trainer, and have advanced levels of Keelboat Training or have the ability to obtain such certifications.

The Sailing Program utilizes a fleet of 420s, Sail Cubes, Avon hard-bottom inflatables, a Colgate 26, and is supplemented by a fleet of privately owned Optimists and Lasers. Program instruction reaches more than 460 students each year. We have both a 420/Laser Racing Team and an Optimist Racing Team that travel nationally to compete in top junior events throughout the year. We host high school racing teams and one college team in the spring and fall seasons. The City of Lake Forest’s Sailing Program is one of the premier community sailing programs in the country and is accredited by U.S Sailing. We require a Head Coach / Program Assistant who has the same vision and determination to continue the success of our program.

This full-time position includes an excellent benefit package. If interested, please apply online at by April 30, 2020.

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 The City of Lake Forest


Joe Mobile

 Closing Date

April 30, 2020


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Become part of a winning team at the Lemont Park District as the agency’s Director of Finance and Business Services. This newly created position will report to the Executive Director and assist in taking this accredited agency to the next level in a variety of areas during a very exciting time.

The Mission of the Lemont Park District is to enhance the quality of individual experiences by providing safe, accessible and premium facilities, parks and programs to the community while being fiscally responsible and environmentally responsible.

The Director of Finance and Business Services is responsible for planning, implementing and overseeing all accounting, financial systems and reporting and the management of Human Resources and administration.


• Oversee the operation of all accounting and financial systems, records, and related detail to ensure the efficient and effective financial operation of the Park District.

• Prepare, study, and conduct projections which may have impact on the future ability of the Park District to meet its financial obligations.

• Prepare and direct the preparation of board summaries, financial reports, monthly reports and special reports as well as maintain department records.

• Be responsible for financial trending and forecasting.

• Prepare budgetary reports and assist in making decisions on trends and expenditures of budget funds and capital development funds as approved by the Board of Commissioners.

• Oversee the Park Districts investments to assure compliance with investment policies and procedures as well as state regulations and advise the Treasurer for the Board of Commissioners.

• Coordinate all facets of budget preparation and oversee the control of departmental expenditures within the budget framework for the Executive Director.

• In conjunction with the Executive Director, Director of Parks and Planning and Director of Recreation and Facilities, develop, implement and monitor a system of financial reports and control procedures.

• Plan and direct the employee benefit programs, including insurance programs, the Illinois Municipal Retirement fund program, and all other voluntary employee benefit programs.


• A comprehensive knowledge of general laws and administrative policies and procedures governing municipal finance, human resources, risk management and parks and recreation administration.

• Familiarity with all types of insurance used by Park Districts.

• Strong knowledge of technology.


• MA/BS in Accounting, Finance, Public Administration, Business Administration or a closely related field from an accredited college or university.

• Experience in both private and public sector preferred.

• A minimum of (5) or more years of demonstrated success as a Finance or Superintendent of Accounting OR an equivalent combination of education, experience and training.

• Valid Illinois Class “D’ Driver’s License.

• Willing and able to attend evening and/or weekend meetings called by the Executive Director as required.

• Willingness to attend daytime, evening and weekend department meetings and special events as needed.


If you are looking for a team-oriented and great working environment with a variety of growth opportunities with dedicated individuals, please apply using the link below.

Lemont Park District is an Equal Opportunity Employer

KEYWORDS: Accounting, Financial, Financial Systems, Finance, Administration, Financial Administration, Technology, Excel, Public Administration, Business Administration, Financial Reports, Municipal, Municipality

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 Lemont Park District


Andria Curtis

 Closing Date

April 20, 2020

 15.00 hourly

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The Village of Homer Glen is seeking to fill seasonal maintenance workers positions. Under the supervision of the Facilities Manager, this position maintains grounds of public property by performing the following duties: mows lawns, removes brush, trims and edges around walks, removes damaged leaves, branches, or twigs. Clears leaves and cleans grounds. Repairs fences, gates, walls, paints fences, signs etc. Cleans out drainage ditches and culverts and other duties as requested or assigned which are within the scope of the above duties. High school diploma or GED required.
Pay rate is $15 per hour for approximately 40 hours per week from April 18 to October. Interested candidates must complete the application found on the Village’s website Completed applications can be e-mailed to Applications are due Friday, April 10.

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 Village of Homer Glen


Stacy Patrianakos

 Closing Date

Open Until Filled


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The Roselle Park District operates and manages over 158 acres of land in 16 parks, and offers approximately 276 recreational and seasonal programs. We provide a full range of activities and services year-round. Major recreation programs include athletics, music, cultural arts, dance, day camps, fitness, preschool, outdoor recreation, trips, and special events.

The Roselle Park District is looking for a summer Recreation Intern to join our team. The Recreation Intern reports to the Superintendent of Recreation and is responsible for working with the Recreation Department to assist with all types of projects, events, and programs. The internship provides a comprehensive experience of the District’s operations including programming and facility management in the areas of camps, aquatics, athletics, cultural arts, early childhood, fitness, special events, and more. Demonstrates commitment to the District’s Mission.

This will be a 12-week internship, Approx 40 hours per week. The pay will be $10 per hour.

Qualifications: • Currently working towards a Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university in Recreation, Leisure Services, or a related field • Available to work flexible hours including some nights and weekends • Proficient with Microsoft Office products (Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint) • Valid Illinois Driver’s License • Current CPR/AED Certification or ability to obtain certification within the first three months of employment

Essential Duties and Responsibilities: • Support District policies and procedures • Provide quality customer service; fielding questions, comments and concerns • Visit, observe and participate in various aspects of the agency’s facilities, programs, services, and operations • Assist with the planning and implementation/supervision of recreation programming, special events and facility operations • Observe and evaluate recreation programming, special events and facility operations • Coordinate and purchase supplies • Communicate any issues to the Superintendent of Recreation in a timely manner • Maintain a safe environment for patrons and staff • Perform general administrative tasks including but not limited to: answering/making calls, assisting customers, copying, and filing. • Operate District vehicles • Attend and participate in Department team meetings • Attend necessary training sessions as identified by the Recreation Supervisor • Perform all other related duties and responsibilities as assigned

Roselle Park District provides equal employment opportunity (EEO) to all persons regardless of age, color, national origin, citizenship status, individuals with disabilities, race, religion, creed, gender, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, genetic information, marital and housing status.

All applicants must apply online at:

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 Roselle Park District


NIcholas Kapetan

 Closing Date

Open Until Filled


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Recreation Intern $225/week Stipend Approximate 40 hrs./week, 10-12 week seasonal Under the supervision of the Superintendent of Recreation, the Recreation Intern will assist with projects, programs and events to receive an all-encompassing experience. This will include, but is not limited to, summer camps, special events (Community Market, Monday Night Movies, Music in the Park, Car Show, Arts & Crafts Fairs, etc.), senior programming, general administration, budgeting, and marketing. The intern will also create and run programs of their choosing.
Munster Parks and Recreation is seeking a candidate who is self-motivated and will work cooperatively with staff, class participants, parents, seniors and the public as a whole. This individual shall display professionalism in oral and written communication; attend scheduled meetings and weekday, evening and weekend events as required; complete all paperwork, evaluations and reports in a timely manner; take the lead in specific special events; as well as create programs and events under the supervision of the Superintendent of Recreation. Any interested candidate should possess a Recreation, Sport Management or equivalent degree or work towards one. Applicants should send their cover letter and resume to or Jill Higgins, Superintendent of Recreation/Munster Parks and Recreation/1005 Ridge Rd./Munster, IN 46321.

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 Munster Parks and Recreation


Jill Higgins
(219) 836-7275

 Closing Date

Open Until Filled