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 $22.50/hr + DOQ

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Benefits: Health insurance, vacation, personal, and sick days. Recreation program discounts.

Schedule: Monday-Friday 7:00am - 3:00pm, occasional weekend work.

The District intends to begin the interview process the week of August 9th.

To be considered for this position, interested individuals must complete the online application accessible at www.napervilleparks.org/employment Materials submitted through mail, email, or fax will not be considered.

Overview: Under the direct supervision of the Parks Operations Manager, the Park Specialist II performs a variety of supervisory activities and projects in turf, horticulture, forestry, custodial, and recreation support operations.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Perform ornamental horticulture maintenance tasks including but not limited to planting and maintaining trees, shrubs, annual and perennial flowers, fertilizing, seeding and sodding. Act as crew leader to assigned full time and part time staff by orienting and training new hires and rehires. Complete performance appraisals on an annual basis for part time employees; provide input on full time employee appraisals. Coach and develop staff on an on-going basis. Communicate job expectations. Provide ongoing training opportunities. Oversee the day to day divisional operations in the absence of the Parks Operations Manager. Manage projects through contracted work. Specifies scope of work, solicits bids, monitors work and ensures all documentation is obtained as per park district policies Prepare and maintain ball fields, tennis courts, trails, playgrounds, and other park amenities. Manage the operational responsibilities to support recreation programs such as the Garden Plots, Sportsmans, Volunteer programs and athletic tournaments. Competently oversee the safe, effective applications including fertilization, broadleaf herbicides, algaecides, insecticides, and fungicides. Clean and maintain parks through litter pickup, recycling activities and conduct property inspections for signs of wear, damage and vandalism. Perform various maintenance operations to park grounds including but not limited to, controlled prairie and woodland burns, hardscape and pond maintenance. Assure the safe operation of small to heavy equipment including hand tools, power tools, string trimmers, aerators, slit seeders, sprayers, large production mowers, chainsaws, chippers, tractors, backhoes and trucks. Assist in departmental budgeting. Participates in the budgeting process, monitors and analyzes budget. Purchases safety, janitorial and plant protectant supplies. Complete inspections of parks, playgrounds and athletic facilities. Ability to create, and document hours and materials used on work orders to specific job requirements. Perform snow and ice removal operations through the use of snow removal equipment on sidewalks, roads, and parking lots. Load and transport mulch, gravel, soil, etc. Support special event set up, tear down and maintenance during the event. Perform preventative maintenance on division vehicles (washing, checking fluids). Establish and maintain a positive working relationship with residents, customers, vendors, community partners and co-workers. Follow and model compliance with all District, State, Federal and departmental safety and risk management, personnel, administrative policies and procedures, ordinances and regulations. Maintain a proactive approach to safety and risk management. Report all accidents, incidents and unsafe conditions in a timely manner. Comply with District financial policies. Communicate budgetary requests to supervisor.

Other Duties and Responsibilities: In the absence of the Park Operations Manager, serve as the lead of the division. Respond to resident calls and concerns.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: Demonstrated high level of competence in tree and shrub maintenance, turf care, athletic field maintenance, flower bed planting and maintenance, and equipment operation. Demonstrate abilities to apply fertilizers and pesticides at manufacturer’s application rates. Must be able to effectively communicate orally and in writing. Bilingual (Spanish/English) communication skills preferred. Working skills in the operation of tractors, heavy equipment, trucks and other landscape maintenance equipment. Ability to read and follow operations manuals. Must possess strong interpersonal, customer service and the ability to organize, prioritize, direct multiple projects, labor and equipment needs. Computer skills necessary, including the ability to create word documents, basic excel spreadsheets, perform payroll functions and create work orders via a maintenance management system.

Education and Experience: Associate or Bachelor’s degree (required) in agronomy, horticulture, turf management, forestry or related fields. Five (5) years of progressively more responsible experience in parks and grounds maintenance and ability to display a working level of competence in tree and shrub maintenance, turf care, athletic field maintenance, flower bed planting and maintenance and equipment operation preferred. Valid driver’s license Valid Class “A” CDL driver’s license or Public Applicators pesticide license preferred, or the ability to obtain within one (1) year of hire date. (as required by departmental needs). Must have or be able to obtain within six months of hire a Certified Prescribed Burn Manager certification. Possession of an Illinois Arborist Certificate preferred (as required by departmental needs). Must attend A.L.I.C.E. training within 4 months of hire and have the ability to understand the concepts presented in the program as they apply to the responsibilities of the position.

Special Considerations: Subject to both inside and outside environmental conditions. Ability to move from site to site. Ability to lift, carry and move heavy weight (>50 lbs.) objects. Exposure to pesticides, exhaust fumes, chemicals, dust, dirt, insect bites and loud noises. Weekend schedule required. Occasional manipulation of assigned office equipment. Prolonged lifting, stooping, bending, twisting, and climbing for extended periods of time. Sustained posture in a standing position for prolonged periods of time. Subject to confined space entry. Manual dexterity and strength to operate power-operated equipment/machines. Subject to respirator use. Employee will be required to pass a Quantitative Fit Test. Face to face interactions with internal and external customers and co-workers are essential for this position. This position may not work remotely.

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 Naperville Park District

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 Closing Date

August 9, 2021

 $22.00/hr + DOQ

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Benefits: Health insurance, vacation, personal, and sick days. Recreation program discounts.

Schedule: Monday-Friday 7:00am - 3:00pm, occasional weekend work.

The District intends to begin the interview process the week of August 9th.

To be considered for this position, interested individuals must complete the online application accessible at www.napervilleparks.org/employment Materials submitted through mail, email, or fax will not be considered.

Overview: Under the direct supervision of the Parks Operations Manager, the Park Specialist II performs a variety of supervisory activities and projects in turf, horticulture, forestry, custodial, and recreation support operations.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Perform ornamental horticulture maintenance tasks including but not limited to planting and maintaining trees, shrubs, annual and perennial flowers, fertilizing, seeding and sodding. Act as crew leader to assigned full time and part time staff by orienting and training new hires and rehires. Complete performance appraisals on an annual basis for part time employees; provide input on full time employee appraisals. Coach and develop staff on an on-going basis. Communicate job expectations. Provide ongoing training opportunities. Oversee the day to day divisional operations in the absence of the Parks Operations Manager. Manage projects through contracted work. Specifies scope of work, solicits bids, monitors work and ensures all documentation is obtained as per park district policies Prepare and maintain ball fields, tennis courts, trails, playgrounds, and other park amenities. Manage the operational responsibilities to support recreation programs such as the Garden Plots, Sportsmans, Volunteer programs and athletic tournaments.
Competently oversee the safe, effective applications including fertilization, broadleaf herbicides, algaecides, insecticides, and fungicides. Clean and maintain parks through litter pickup, recycling activities and conduct property inspections for signs of wear, damage and vandalism. Perform various maintenance operations to park grounds including but not limited to, controlled prairie and woodland burns, hardscape and pond maintenance. Assure the safe operation of small to heavy equipment including hand tools, power tools, string trimmers, aerators, slit seeders, sprayers, large production mowers, chainsaws, chippers, tractors, backhoes and trucks. Assist in departmental budgeting. Participates in the budgeting process, monitors and analyzes budget. Purchases safety, janitorial and plant protectant supplies. Complete inspections of parks, playgrounds and athletic facilities. Ability to create, and document hours and materials used on work orders to specific job requirements. Perform snow and ice removal operations through the use of snow removal equipment on sidewalks, roads, and parking lots. Load and transport mulch, gravel, soil, etc. Support special event set up, tear down and maintenance during the event. Perform preventative maintenance on division vehicles (washing, checking fluids). Establish and maintain a positive working relationship with residents, customers, vendors, community partners and co-workers. Follow and model compliance with all District, State, Federal and departmental safety and risk management, personnel, administrative policies and procedures, ordinances and regulations. Maintain a proactive approach to safety and risk management. Report all accidents, incidents and unsafe conditions in a timely manner. Comply with District financial policies. Communicate budgetary requests to supervisor.

Other Duties and Responsibilities: In the absence of the Park Operations Manager, serve as the lead of the division. Respond to resident calls and concerns.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: Demonstrated high level of competence in tree and shrub maintenance, turf care, athletic field maintenance, flower bed planting and maintenance, and equipment operation. Demonstrate abilities to apply fertilizers and pesticides at manufacturer’s application rates. Must be able to effectively communicate orally and in writing. Bilingual (Spanish/English) communication skills preferred. Working skills in the operation of tractors, heavy equipment, trucks and other landscape maintenance equipment. Ability to read and follow operations manuals. Must possess strong interpersonal, customer service and the ability to organize, prioritize, direct multiple projects, labor and equipment needs. Computer skills necessary, including the ability to create word documents, basic excel spreadsheets, perform payroll functions and create work orders via a maintenance management system.

Education and Experience: Associate or Bachelor’s degree (required) in agronomy, horticulture, turf management, forestry or related fields. Five (5) years of progressively more responsible experience in parks and grounds maintenance and ability to display a working level of competence in tree and shrub maintenance, turf care, athletic field maintenance, flower bed planting and maintenance and equipment operation preferred. Valid driver’s license Valid Class “A” CDL driver’s license or Public Applicators pesticide license preferred, or the ability to obtain within one (1) year of hire date. (as required by departmental needs). Must have or be able to obtain within six months of hire a Certified Prescribed Burn Manager certification. Possession of an Illinois Arborist Certificate preferred (as required by departmental needs). Must attend A.L.I.C.E. training within 4 months of hire and have the ability to understand the concepts presented in the program as they apply to the responsibilities of the position.

Special Considerations: Subject to both inside and outside environmental conditions. Ability to move from site to site. Ability to lift, carry and move heavy weight (>50 lbs.) objects. Exposure to pesticides, exhaust fumes, chemicals, dust, dirt, insect bites and loud noises. Weekend schedule required. Occasional manipulation of assigned office equipment. Prolonged lifting, stooping, bending, twisting, and climbing for extended periods of time. Sustained posture in a standing position for prolonged periods of time. Subject to confined space entry. Manual dexterity and strength to operate power-operated equipment/machines. Subject to respirator use. Employee will be required to pass a Quantitative Fit Test. Face to face interactions with internal and external customers and co-workers are essential for this position. This position may not work remotely.

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 Naperville Park District

 Contact


hr@napervilleparks.org

 Closing Date

August 9, 2021

 $45,000-$50,000

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BLOOMINGDALE PARK DISTRICT JOB DESCRIPTION

ACCOUNTANT

Functions: This is a full-time position under direction of the Director of Finance. The Accountant is responsible for a variety of accounting and administrative functions including, but not limited to, processing biweekly payroll, including all related payroll tasks, processing monthly journal entries, bank reconciliations, general ledger review and reconciliation, preparation of audit and budget schedules, review, and related interface of financial RecTrac transactions. This position will also be responsible for various HR-related functions such as collecting and reviewing new hire/termination paperwork, completing reporting requirements to various agencies, and related duties. This position works closely with the Finance and Customer Service areas, and all other departments as needed. The Accountant is to provide support to the Finance area while maintaining strict confidentiality and accuracy.

Immediate Supervisor: Reports to the Director of Finance

Qualifications: • Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university with degree or major course work in accounting, finance, or a closely related field. • Minimum of three (3) years of experience in payroll and/or accounting or any equivalent combination of experience, education and training which provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities that meets the criteria of the job. • Strong Microsoft Office 2010 skills and experience, especially Microsoft Excel, Word and Outlook. • Ability to become proficient in Incode, RecTrac and payroll/timekeeping/HR software. • Knowledge of principles and practices of Human Resources as they relate to payroll. • Seasoned professional, committed to confidentiality in dealing with sensitive information. • A positive attitude and willingness to provide exceptional support. • Proficiency with adding machine, data entry and word processing. • Strong math skills, which include basic arithmetic (addition/subtraction, multiplication/division), to perform computations such fractions and percentages while using logic to problem solve. • Ability to handle several tasks simultaneously and prioritize these tasks in an effective manner. • Exceptional interpersonal skills. • First Aid, CPR, AED certified (can be completed after hire).

Duties and Responsibilities Essential Functions: • Process bi-weekly payroll, including tax payments, direct deposit processing, related journal entries and all other payroll-related duties. • Monitor and maintain payroll and timekeeping system for recording employee hours and subsequent interface with payroll. • Prepare/review all monthly and quarterly reporting for IMRF pension plan, Illinois’ unemployment reporting, federal and state 941 returns, and other required reporting. • Maintain all payroll records including timesheets and time off requests. • Collect, review for accuracy and completeness and record all new employee, terminated employee, annual increases and other employee status change paperwork. • Review payroll and Park District policies for compliance with Department of Labor and other agency requirements. Suggest and prepare revisions as needed. • Maintain personnel and medical files. • Complete Workers’ Compensation audit. • Prepare daily General Ledger (G/L) Interface from RecTrac to Incode. • Learn process of RecTrac Installment Billing and provide support to Front Office Supervisor and Recreation Staff in troubleshooting RecTrac issues. • Prepare reports as requested by the Director of Finance and Director of Administration. • Prepare and reconcile annual W-2 forms, 1099 forms and Affordable Care Act annual returns. • Prepare and input all monthly journal entries. • Review general ledger accounts and reconcile as needed. • Reconcile bank accounts monthly. • Prepare files, upload, and monitor positive pay and other fraud mitigation processes. • Maintain certified payroll reports and review compliance. • Prepare Safety Coordinator billing. • Prepare year-end audit schedules and assist in preparation of the annual audit reports and review process. • Assist Director of Finance with budget process and subsequent review of accounts as needed. • Serve as back-up to process accounts payable and purchase card (p-card) processing when needed. • Serve as back-up to front counter staff during lunch periods or other times when other personnel is not available. • Assist with internal control procedures as needed. • Maintain a working knowledge of all general and departmental-specific safety rules. Actively support the safety program and related programs including following/enforcing safety rules, reporting accidents and injuries, and developing ideas for the prevention of future incidents. • Provide general assistance as needed.

Marginal Functions: • Attend educational workshops/seminars when necessary. • Assist in other areas as assigned by the Director of Finance and Director of Administration. • Other duties as assigned.

Work Hours and Compensation: The position of Accountant is full time and is paid every two weeks at an agreed salary. This position is classified as an exempt employee status and will work a minimum of 40 hours per week. However, as a professional employee, it shall be assumed that hours beyond the minimum, including evenings and weekends, may be necessary at times. Hours will be as agreed to with the Director of Finance with scheduling dependent on job requirement deadlines. The beginning salary range for this position will be based on qualifications.

Environmental Considerations: Performs most activities indoors. Indoor environmental conditions will include lighting and temperature.

Cognitive Considerations: • Must be able to follow directions and perform work activities as assigned by the Director of Finance. • Must be able to communicate effectively and be organized in thought processes and physical tasks. • Must be able to work closely with co-workers and other employees and visitors in the office. • Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out written or oral instructions. • Ability to deal with problems that arise in a calm and reasonable manner. • Must be able to present ideas and recommendations in a clear and concise manner. • Use good judgment and possess and use effective problem-solving skills.

Psychological Considerations: • Must have the ability to handle stressful situations and deal with all situations in a professional and courteous manner. • Must be able to maintain strict confidentiality with regard to sensitive information. • Must have the ability to meet deadlines. • Must be organized and capable of handling multiple tasks daily.

Physiological Considerations: • Must be able to sit at a computer keyboard at a desk for long periods of time. • While performing the duties of this job you are required to stand, walk, and sit. • The ability to lift or move up to 20 lbs. as you will be maintaining boxed records as needed.

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 Bloomingdale Park District

 Contact

Jackie Tithof Steere
630-529-3650
jackie@bloomingdaleparks.org

 Closing Date

August 26, 2021

 $41,000+ DOQ

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Job Summary: The Early Childhood Special Projects Coordinator is a full time, non-exempt position that primarily works at South Point, 810 Preston lane, Oswego, IL. This position supports the overall mission and goals of the Early Childhood Department. This position works daily with the Kid’s Connection & Jr. Kid’s Connection staff providing on site supervision as well as logistical support in program area planning and implementation.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities: 1) Ongoing analysis of program demand and operation efficiencies 2) Planning of Early Childhood field trips and events 3) On-site program supervision 4) Coordination of Early Childhood transportation needs 5) Researching, planning, coordinating, implementing, supervising and evaluating early childhood and youth varied interest programs 6) Work closely with the Early Childhood Coordinators, Park District Staff, and contracted services 7) Other duties as assigned

Education, Experience & Training: 1) Associates degree in Early Childhood & a minimum of 3-semester hours college credit in administration, leadership, or management 2) Director qualified through DCFS 3) Must be at least 21 years of age

Knowledge, Skills & Abilities: 1) Work independently and as a team member with all departments in the district 2) Ability to see and assimilate information from varied sources and make decisions consistent with the goals, values, and vision of the Oswegoland Park District 3) Ability to learn new skills and knowledge 4) Communicate positively with, but not limited to, staff, volunteers, participants, parents, contracted services and community officials 5) Understand and exhibit behavior consistent with stated values of the district

Apply: To apply for this position please send your resume and cover letter to Tom Betsinger, Director of Recreation, via email: tbetsinger@oswegolandpd.org

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 Oswegoland Park District

 Contact

Keith Zalewski
630-554-4430
kzalewski@oswegolandpd.org

 Closing Date

Open Until Filled

 $25.00 - $30.69 DOQ

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Job Purpose

This position is to maintain, diagnose, troubleshoot, repair and replace a variety of electrical equipment to work as a lead tradesman, to ensure the functionality, energy efficiency and safety of all District electrical systems.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities Maintain, install, repair and replace various lighting systems. Install conduit and wiring for various applications. Preventative maintenance program inspections, identifying deficiencies and needed repairs Assist with the motor controls and associated replacements and repair throughout the District Electrical support for special events, including setting up temporary electric service or lighting displays. Perform work site preparation and clean up Utilizing aerial lifts, maintain elevated lighting systems Review of construction design plans and provide feedback for materials and equipment that is consistent with the District's standards and current maintenance programs. Availability during off-duty hours for emergency call outs and/or standby as needed. Perform other duties as required

Education and Experience Required

Education: Technical and vocational education and training required.

Related Experience: Five (5) years experience as a journeyman skill level Electrician, or equivalent combination of training and experience.

Special training or other license, certification,etc.: lllinois State Class A Electrical License, OSHA 10, Respirator certification, asbestos awareness, lead safe work practices, other ongoing related OSHA training per OSHA 1910 and 1926 industries, ability to obtain a valid Class A Illiniois Electrical License and possess a class C driver's license within six (6) months of employment. All applicable continuing education to retain Class A Electrical License.

Knowledge Of: Standard practices, codes, math computation, materials, tools and terminology of the electrical trade; occupational hazards and necessary safety precautions in the operation and maintenance of high and low voltage electrical applications; trouble shooting and testing techniques on electric systems; computer databases to research parts, supplies, and equipment.

Skills In: Making repairs to complicated electrical wiring, fixtures, equipment, and electrical equipment; working from plans and specifications; retrofitting historical site electrical systems; following rough sketches and verbal instructions; estimating time and material needed for a project; keeping accurate records; computer and Smart Device skills for correspondence, work order management and time accounting.

Onboarding/Training Requirements: Criminal Background Check Driver's License Check Drug Screen HBV Series/Hepatitis B (Candidate can refuse) National Sex Offender Registry Check Physical Respirator Evaluation

Apply via URL: https://dupageforest.isolvedhire.com/jobs/321400-153541.html

The Forest Preserve District is an EEO employer.

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 Forest Preserve District of DuPage County (EOE)

 Contact

Kevin Pakula
630-200-6426
kpakula@dupageforest.org

 Closing Date

Open Until Filled