The Roselle Park District is looking for a Financial Services Supervisor to join our Administration team at our 10 N. Roselle location.
The Financial Services Supervisor, under the supervision of the Superintendent of Finance and Administration, supervises assigned administrative functions including financial bookkeeping, payroll, budgeting, auditing, and computer/business systems support.
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.
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.
Please apply online at https://www.applitrack.com/rparks/onlineapp/default.aspx?Category=Administration
Recreation Supervisor – Special Events, Youth Trips, Teens and Outreach
Department: Recreation- General
Supervisor: Superintendent of Recreation
FLSA Status: Full-Time, Exempt
SUMARY: The Recreation Supervisor is directly responsible for the creation and implementation of special events, youth trips, and teen programming. This is an at-will position.
QUALIFICATIONS: A minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree from a college or university, with a resource in Leisure, Recreation, or related field. Proven successful and progressive experience in leadership in a supervisory or executive capacity. Experience and knowledge of local government, community organizations, and other social agencies. Must obtain Commercial Driver’s License within 60 days of being hired. Professional Certification desired.
ADMINISTRATIVE: • Aid the Superintendent of Recreation in directing events that satisfy the needs of the community. • Analyzes programs, practices and procedures, record keeping systems, forms, and personnel requirements. • Responsible for the administration, organization, development, and implementation of the Recreation Department’s special events, youth/teen trips, teen programming, and community outreach programs so that they run successfully and are interesting and rewarding for the community and participants. • Studies all event needs and takes action to improve. • Sits on the City of Rolling Meadows’ Community Events Foundation committee.
PERSONNEL: • Interview and hire Part time program staff. • Educate staff concerning how and why of planning recreational programs. • Review staff annually • Develop and update job descriptions as needed. • Develop and maintain good working relationships among staff.
PUBLIC AND COMMUNITY RELATIONS: • Understands basic philosophies of Park District programs and services. • Develops rapport with Community Center patrons along with the Community. • Responsible for developing & proofing of program information for the program catalog three (3) times a year. • Through leadership and personal relationships encourages part-time staff to promote positive community relations. • Develops promotional materials for programming area. • Community outreach to underserved populations.
• May occasionally fill in as building supervisor.
• May occasionally need to help with a facility set up.
• Performs other duties as assigned by the Supervisor.
• The District encourages its employees to “take ownership” of the District. As such, it is the responsibility of all Park District employees to pick up litter throughout the building, grounds, and facilities of the District.
• Staff is expected to help with the successful implementation of programs, parks, and services across program areas and between departments.
SAFETY: • All employees should be responsible for implementing the policies and procedures that pertain to safety and health. • Supervisor should be responsible for ensuring that their employees follow the established safety rules. • First Aid, CPR, and AED Certification required.
PSYCHOLOGICAL CONSIDERATIONS: Should have ability to deal with other people in stressful situations.
PHYSIOLOGICAL CONSIDERATIONS: Should be able to sit at least 80% of the day. Job includes repetitive hand movements. Facility set-ups include lifting, twisting, bending, and squatting.
ENVIRONMENTAL CONSIDERATIONS: Most activities are done indoors; these conditions include lighting and temperature.
COGNITIVE CONSIDERATIONS: Should exhibit good problem solving abilities and good judgment in keeping with the Park District mission. Should be able to follow directions from supervisor and co-workers.
The Itasca Park District offers an internship to students pursuing a degree in the field of parks and recreation with a comprehensive experience within the agency's operation. The intern will gain experience in administration, marketing, budgeting, leadership, staff management, programming, facility management, special events, and maintenance/parks. The Intern will assist in several programs and special events. Qualifications: Must be a current student of an accredited university, pursuing a bachelor’s or master’s degree in Recreation, Leisure Studies or a related field, looking to complete an internship. Student must provide own transportation.
Duties: In this internship, students will work in the areas of program development, facility management, written and oral communication, human resources, budgeting, training of employees, evaluation of both programs and personnel, customer service, maintenance, parks, operational and program manual development, contracts, and marketing. Intern will be required to work flexible hours including nights and weekends based on projects assigned.
Send cover letter, resume, and completed Itasca Park District employment application to Doug Sieder, Superintendent of Recreation. 350 E. Irving Park Road, Itasca, IL 60143. Employment application is available at www.itascaparkdistrict.com.
The Park District of Oak Park is hiring a Full-Time Program Supervisor of Aquatics. We offer a competitive compensation with a starting salary of $48,119 +, based on experience and qualifications. Our benefit package includes medical, dental, vision, life insurance, flexible spending account, 457 plan(s), IMRF Pension, $300 reimbursement for wellness related activities, tuition reimbursement, vacation, holidays, sick time and personal days.
The Program Supervisor for aquatics is responsible for development, management and continued growth of the aquatic programs, camps, special events, birthday parties, public swim sessions, rentals and concession operations. Additionally oversees pool facility operations, facility readiness and cleanliness. Position oversees lifeguard, swim instructors, supervisors, concession, camp, cashier and attendant staff. Additionally, leads research, creation, implementation and evaluation of new programs.
Check out the entire job posting and apply online at www.pdop.org. Jobid#1509
The Park District of Oak Park is an Equal Opportunity Employer!
The Park District of Oak Park is recruiting for a Full-Time Greenhouse Supervisor. The Greenhouse Supervisor oversees the daily horticulture operations of the Oak Park Conservatory, specialty gardens, and oversees the care of the Conservatory’s bee aviary, tropical fish & bird collection. Horticulture operations include: design, organization, scheduling, production and maintenance of all plant materials in the Conservatory collection, parks, gift shop, programs and annual plant sale.
Check out the entire job posting and apply online at www.pdop.org. Job ID#1522.
The Park District of Oak Park is an Equal Opportunity Employer!