The United City of Yorkville is seeking applicants for the full-time position of Recreation Coordinator in the Parks and Recreation Department. Under the supervision of the Superintendent of Recreation, the Recreation Coordinator’s main focus of responsibility will entail assisting in the organization, administrative planning, operation and supervision of athletics, special events, child development and fitness programs. This person will also assist with new part-time hires, training and supervising seasonal staff. This person will also assist in the creation of the triannual program catalog. This position works with school personnel and special interest groups in coordinating facilities and program needs. This position requires a flexible, energetic, and creative individual who is able to multi-task and has an excellent knowledge of recreation programming and computer knowledge. This position will require weekend and evening hours dependent on programs and events scheduled.
The qualified applicant should have a Bachelor’s degree in Recreation Administration, or a related field. Prior experience in the Recreation field is preferred. CPRP certified or ability to obtain certification within the first year is preferred. Applicant must successfully complete a background check and drug screen.
Position Description Overview Under the supervision of the Superintendent of Recreation, the Recreation Coordinator’s main focus of responsibility will entail assisting in the organization, administrative planning, operation and supervision of athletics, special events, child development, fitness programs and concession operations. Hires, trains, and supervises seasonal staff. Works with school personnel and special interest groups in coordinating facilities and program needs. Requires a flexible, energetic, creative individual with an excellent knowledge of recreation programming and computer knowledge as well as the ability to multi-task. Assist in the creation of the triannual brochure. Assist other staff with activities and special events sponsored by the Yorkville Parks and Recreation Department. This position will require weekend and evening hours dependent on the time of year and programs and events scheduled.
Essential Job Functions
Responsible for assisting in the organization, administrative planning, operation and supervision of recreation programming.
Assist with the planning and organization of recreation programs and special events.
Create and maintain the seasonal triannual catalog for programs and events.
Manage and maintain partnership with school district including; managing security procedures; opening and closing of all facilities; including shared facilities with Yorkville School District 115 and other organizations as needed.
Assist in the moving, lifting, coordination and inventory of facility and program equipment.
Directly supervise and monitor recreation programs and events during daily, after school hours, evenings and weekends.
Personnel management, supervision and evaluation of recreation instructors, part time staff, seasonal staff, volunteers and coaches during activities, programs and special events.
Provide instructor payment reports, pre/post reports, information pertaining to programs and facilities, and conduct instructor evaluations.
Assist in registration for programs and facility rentals while, maintaining confidentiality of personal information received from patrons.
Oversee the recording of data pertaining to recreation programs and operation for departmental quarterly reporting.
Recruit, hire, assign and schedule instructors, coaches and referees quarterly for activities and league events.
Assist with the development of new community partnerships.
Assist in the preparation of the annual "activity calendar" pertaining to hours and usage of the Yorkville School District’s facilities and other organizations as needed.
May regularly be required to lift and/or move up to 10 pounds; frequently lift and/or move up to 25 pounds, and occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds.
Perform other duties and functions as directed by the Superintendent of Recreation.
Assist with the development of new community partnerships.
Basic Requirements - Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
Must possess the knowledge and ability to organize and supervise coaches, instructors, and volunteers as it relates to recreation curriculum.
Will have the ability to independently resolve problems and mediate when necessary.
Will have strong administrative skills, experience in training and supervision.
Must establish and maintain good relationships with community, school district and administration.
Work record with references that show reliability, initiative, tact and productivity. Ability to establish priorities and make decisions, and to take appropriate action when necessary.
Will have the ability to calculate utilizing basic math skills.
Will have the ability to administer and supervise computer programming, networking and overall telecommunications.
Has the ability to schedule and implement duties in an effective and efficient manner.
Possess good communication and writing skills, trustworthiness, and a will to work.
Will have working knowledge of the park and recreation system.
Must maintain a valid driver’s license and abide by the United City of Yorkville’s vehicle policy.
Must comply with all rules, policies, regulations and procedures related to the United City of Yorkville’s employee manual.
Minimum Preferred Experience and Education
Bachelor’s degree in Recreation Administration, or other related field from a college or university. Prior experience in recreation field (experience) preferred. Currently certified or ability to obtain CPRP within the first year is preferred.
Must have experience in computer skills; data entry, registration software, Adobe InDesign publisher software and word processing, RecTrac preferred.
Must have outstanding communication skills, must be highly organized and motivated.
Must have successfully completed a background investigation with findings of good character and no felony convictions.
The duties listed above are intended only as illustrations of the various types of work that may be performed. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related or a logical assignment to the position. The job description does not constitute an employment agreement between the employer and employee and is subject to change by the employer as the needs of the employer and requirements of the job change. We are an equal opportunity employer and this obligation includes our commitment to providing reasonable accommodations when necessary to assist our employees and applicants who are disabled (and those who are pregnant or have a pregnancy related medical condition or disability) in order for those individuals to perform their essential job functions. If you are in need of a reasonable accommodation to perform the essential job functions listed above, we urge you to contact your supervisor or HR to schedule a meeting to discuss the available options.
Submit cover letter, resume, and application to Tim Evans via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Job description and application can be found online at http://www.yorkville.il.us/Jobs.aspx. Applications must be submitted no later than Wednesday, March 31, 2021 at 4:00 pm.
DESCRIPTION The Head Golf Professional is responsible for the daily golf operations at White Pines Golf Club. The Head Golf Professional is accountable for managing a highly qualified staff with an emphasis on service standards to ensure an enjoyable and memorable experience for all guests.
DUTIES AND ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS • Run the daily golf course, practice range, and pro shop operations including starting & monitoring pace of play • Trusted and responsible for proper handling of large sums of money, keys, and facility security codes and the adherence to security and safety procedures and policies • Complete and manage golf course employee schedules • Facilitate accurate accounting and recordkeeping of all players, greens fees, and golf associated fees • Ensure all leagues and permeant tee times are organized and properly set on the tee sheet • Execute corporate and charity tournaments & outings • Manage the pro shop merchandise inventory, sales, and presentation for the Club • Ensure the Club’s fleet of golf cars are properly maintained, prepped, and presented for daily play • Recruit, hire, train, schedule, supervise, motivate, and review pro shop staff • Responsible for the financial performance of the pro shop for the Club • Update and maintain pro shop policies and procedures and ensure they are posted and adhered to • Assist with budgeting, forecasting, and reporting golf operation financials • Attend management staff business meetings and conduct meetings with golf operations personnel • Supply monthly board report for golf department that appropriately summarizes departmental activities • Conduct golf clinics & camps • Promote golf equipment sales • Work closely with all Club personnel including grounds and clubhouse staff to ensure successful daily operation • Coordinate food & beverage service for golf events with the General Manager • Other duties as assigned by the General Manager or Director QUALIFICATIONS • PGA Member in good standing • Minimum of three years of progressive experience as a Head Professional or Assistant Professional • Strong organizational, planning, and prioritization skills with a customer service focused attitude • High level of ethics, integrity, honesty, and reliability • Willingness to take extra effort and ability to handle difficult situations in a positive manner • Strong financial management including cash handling and budgeting • Excellent writing, public speaking, decision-making, problem-solving, planning, and communication skills • Proficiency with computers including point-of-sale systems, Microsoft Office, and tournament applications • Expertise in golfing rules and regulations
JOB STATUS Full Time DEPARTMENT: FSLA STATUS Exempt SALARY $50,000-$60,000 HOURS Must be able to work evenings, weekends, and holidays. Hours will vary based on the facility requirements. HOW TO APPLY Qualified applicants may submit application and resume to Evelyn Struck at email@example.com
DESCRIPTION The Bensenville Park District is seeking qualified applicants for the position of General Manager for the White Pines Golf Club and Banquet Facility. On-site facilities include two 18-hole golf courses, halfway house, grill/restaurant and banquet facility (250+ capacity) and The Pine Room (100+ capacity).
The General Manager reports to the Executive Director and is responsible for the overall administration, management and daily operations of the Park District’s White Pines Golf Club and Banquet Facility. The ideal candidate will bring exceptional management experience related to golf course operations and food and beverage services. Team-building, financial tracking, customer satisfaction, training and planning are critical skills to be successful in achieving the short and long-range goals of the organization.
QUALIFICATIONS •A Bachelor’s Degree in Parks and Recreation, Commercial Recreation, Hotel/Resort Management, Sports Management, Golf Management or related field is preferred •The position requires a minimum of five (5) years of golf and banquet, or related facility full-time management/supervisory experience •The position is required to possess and maintain an Illinois Driver’s License •Existing certificates in Illinois Food/Sanitation and Bassett Alcohol Certificate, or within six months, is required.
JOB STATUS Full time DEPARTMENT White Pines FSLA STATUS Exempt
SALARY $70,000 - $80,000
HOW TO APPLY Qualified applicants may submit resume and (3) professional references to Evelyn Struck at firstname.lastname@example.org. Position open until filled.
Job Title: Park & Facilities Foreman
Reports to: Superintendent of Revenue Facilities
Supervises: Part-time staff as required or instructed
Performs general and preventative maintenance and repairs, landscaping, and custodial work at Lake Park, including all shelters and facilities onsite. Available to respond to customer service inquiries and follow cash control procedures at both Lake Park and Mountain View Adventure Center.
Schedule: Sunday-Thursday. 6:00am-2:30pm April-October, 7:00am-3:30pm November-March.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES – MAINTENANCE
1. Perform general building custodial duties to maintain and clean floors both carpeted and tile.
2. Responsible for room set up and break down for recreation programs and events as scheduled.
3. Inspect buildings for maintenance needs and safety hazards.
4. Perform building repairs such as painting, changing light bulbs and ballasts.
5. Strip, seal and wax floors.
6. Cleans buildings, picnic pavilions, and restrooms as needed.
7. Pick up trash and debris outside building.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES – LANDSCAPING
1. Maintains turf areas including mowing, trimming, aerating and spraying for weeds.
2. Inspects parks and clean up debris.
3. Prunes hedges and trees.
4. Participates in snow removal operations.
5. Participates in ice rink maintenance.
6. Inspects, cleans, maintains and performs routine maintenance on equipment.
7. Identifies turf and ornamental diseases and treats as necessary.
8. Operates equipment such as: riding mowers, trimmers, chain saw, power washer, snow blower.
9. Operates Des Plaines Park District vehicles
ESSENTIAL DUTIES – CASH HANDLING/CUSTOMER SERVICE
1. Enter all transactions into POS system, collect payment, issue correct change, and receipt for all admission or concession sales.
2. Greeting the public. Demonstrate and promote positive guest relations and exceptional customer service.
3. Inform incoming guests of specific, noticeable rules.
4. Balance cash drawer at end of each shift, complete all required paperwork.
5. Answer all guest question and concerns.
6. Prepare concession food, maintaining high standards of cleanliness and safety.
1. Attend related training to expand skills and knowledge.
2. Assists other work crews as needed.
3. Follow all safety policies and procedures as outlined in the Park District Safety and Crisis Manuals.
4. Assist patrons with providing information as requested.
5. Perform additional duties as assigned.
6. May be required to perform overtime work as requested or required.
7. Member of a Park District committee as assigned.
8. Assists with special events including, but not limited, to the annual Fall Fest.
Education: High School diploma or equivalent (GED), Six months commercial, vocational, or other specialized training
Experience: Two years related experience. Possess mechanical skill and knowledge of landscape equipment and tools.
Certifications: CPR and First Aid Certified, Classes available through Park District upon hire, Valid Illinois Driver’s License
To apply, please go to www.dpparks.org/jobs and select the Full Time link.
Are you energetic, love working with a great team and can demonstrate exceptional customer service while dealing with people in a helpful, personable manner?
Join the Village of Orland Park's award winning Centennial Park Aquatic Center (CPAC) this summer as a CPAC Cashier Manager. CPAC has been recognized as the Chicago southlands’ premiere pool boasting a facility capacity of over 1700 patrons, voted #1 public pool by Chicago Magazine, and bringing in over 100,000 patrons each season.
This important, highly visible role will provide on-site, professional leadership to a team of up to 20 Cashiers on a regular and consistent basis.
As a CPAC Cashier Manager, this important role is expected to: • Supervise, select, evaluate, motivate, schedule and discipline with proper documentation pool cashier personnel. • Enforce all rules and regulations of the aquatic center with a positive attitude. Create a team environment and set the example of the expected level of performance. • Hold the combination to safe and is responsible to supply cashier with daily bank and reconcile together with cashier at end of shift. • Run the appropriate daily reports, balances all cashier totals to these, prepares the deposit for the armor service to pick up the following day and drops the appropriate summary logs at the Recreation office nightly. • Open or close front entrance, holds keys to facility and has their own alarm code to activate/deactivate security system. • Insure all cashier banks have correct denominations, calls in cash orders to bank and goes to bank to get this change. • Accept responsibility for cleanliness of front entrance area and other cleaning assignments as assigned by the Registration Supervisor. • Create the daily staff rotation and properly adjust staffing levels to fit demands of the day • Have all supplies stocked i.e. swim diapers and running copies of appropriate forms, rain receipts etc. • Total and initial all timecards for entry to payroll log. • Receive, answer, and take action upon patron and employee complaints, suggestions and inquiries
This position is also responsible for any additional duties as they are assigned.
The perfect candidate will possess: • A high school diploma is required • Minimum of 3 years of staff supervisory experience • Excellent customer service, communication and interpersonal skills • 3+ years of prior cash handling experience, dealing with the public and experience in conflict management • The ability to maintain confidential information, work within time constraints, prioritize work, prepare and maintain professionalism and objectivity, as well as be tactful and courteous in stressful situations
Must be at least 21 years of age and able to work full-time during the summer, from 5 to 6 days, 30 - 40 hours per week. Hours will vary but schedule is made in advance. Weekend and holiday availability is required.
Pre-season administrative work and cashier interviews begin mid-March.
Interested candidates may complete an online application by visiting our career portal at www.orlandpark.org/jobs