The Park Technician I is a Full Time, non exempt position and is responsible for performing and supervising a variety of duties required for proper upkeep of all District owned and leased facilities including preventative maintenance and repair. Other responsibilities may include athletic maintenance, parks maintenance and equipment repairs and maintenance.
The Park Technician I is under the direction and supervision of the Superintendent of Parks and Facilities.
QUALIFICAITIONS: Minimum 18 years of age; a High School Graduate OR two years experience in a field related to Park District maintenance is required; basic knowledge and experience in ground maintenance and basic supervision skills are required; a valid Illinois State Drivers license, and; the ability to work independently, efficiently and attend to details.
ABOUT US Splash Landings is our beautiful indoor aquatic facility at Park Center (2400 Chestnut, Glenview). Our indoor pool is open year-round and we have immediate job opportunities for daytime lifeguards.
JOB SUMMARY As a lifeguard, you will be responsible for monitoring & safeguarding the conduct and activities of pool patrons, enforcing rules, assisting with pool operations, and helping with pool programs and events. Lifeguards also respond to swimmers in distress, perform water rescues and conduct appropriate follow up such as administering first aid & using life-saving equipment and techniques.
TO QUALIFY If you can swim, training is provided. Qualified applicants must be at least 16 years old and must successfully pass a pre-screening swim test (200 yards), along with successfully completing our “Starguard” lifeguard training program which includes water rescue methods, first aid practices, and AED techniques. Note: Applicants already qualified under Starguard are not required to retake the training class.
SCHEDULING & PAY These are year-round part-time positions. Lifeguards work a varied part time schedule with breaks provided every hour including:
Daytime: Monday through Friday 5am – 4pm Pay starts at $15.25 / hour.
APPLY ONLINE! Visit us at www.GlenviewParks.org – click on “Jobs” at the top of the page
If interested, please apply early.
Recruiting and interviewing will begin immediately. The Glenview Park District is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES 1. Serve as a project manager/team leader for all phases of site design and development. 2. Prepare master plans; coordinating staff from other departments in the master planning process for new and redeveloped sites. 3. Coordinate the public input process on District projects; including mailings, public meetings, and website information. 4. Prepare documents and manage the selection process for consultants; defining scope of services; ranking and interviewing. 5. Direct consultants in the preparation of construction documents that meet District standards, and are coordinated with necessary departments and agencies. 6. Coordinate with federal, state, county, and local government agencies, organizations and volunteer groups. Ensure completion of necessary reviews, permits, approvals, zoning changes and compliance with policies, plans and regulations. 7. Prepare bidding documents and administer the competitive bidding and quote process. 8. Supervise construction and site restoration projects assuring contractor’s work conforms to the project specifications; coordinate testing, verify quantities, and evaluate recommended changes. 9. Prepare in-house site design, development plans, native landscape planting plans, and construction documents for development and renovation projects. 10. Assist in departmental team reviews of environmental assessments, impact statements, use requests and off-site developments that impact District properties. 11. Participate in District wide work groups related to planning and development issues. Assist other departments and teams needing planning and design skills. 12. Assist with long and short range planning for future projects, preparing schedules, estimates, and needs analysis. 13. Prepare presentation materials, graphics, written reports, and grant applications. 14. Other duties as assigned by supervisor or director. Landscape Architect Page 2 KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES • Must possess a high degree of knowledge of construction, design and engineering standards and principles and techniques of landscape architecture as they relate to construction materials and methods. • Proficiency in reviewing and preparing plans and specifications. • Knowledge of native landscapes and design with native plant material and related landscaping materials. • Must have knowledge of Midwest natural communities, native and non-native plant species identification, natural area management techniques and ecology. • Must effectively communicate, written and oral, with a variety of professional staff, consultants, citizens and volunteers. • Current knowledge and skill in AutoCAD, ArcGIS, Adobe Creative Suite, and basic computer skills in Microsoft Office products. • Must possess and maintain a current and valid Motor Vehicle Operator's license. TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE Education: Bachelor’s degree in Landscape Architecture Experience: Five years of experience in professional level landscape architecture/design work with an emphasis on recreational facilities and experience with supervision of construction projects. Certifications: License in Landscape Architecture from the State of Illinois Department of Professional Regulation. Send a cover letter describing interest and a resume to: Donna Suca, Human Resource Supervisor Forest Preserve District of Will County 17540 W. Laraway Road Joliet, Illinois 60433 815-722-5667 (desk) 815-722-3608 (fax) email@example.com
Location: Vaughan Athletic Center Pay Rate: $14.75+/hour starting pay depending on qualifications Hours: Mon. – Fri. Noon - 9:00pm
Qualifications: The ideal candidate will be friendly, yet professional, with an outgoing personality. Requires strong people and customer service skills with the ability to effectively communicate with staff and the public. At least two years of previous office and customer service experience required with retail or other sales experience helpful. Must be a responsible and reliable person age 21 or older with high school degree or equivalent with some college preferred. Must be self-motivated and able to work independently and as part of a team. Proficient in MS Office Suite with strong typing and computer skills with the aptitude to learn new systems. Knowledge of RecTrac Recreation software a plus. Strong organizational skills with the ability to multi-task. General math skills with prior cash handling experience required. Attention to detail, accuracy and dependability are required. Ability to maintain discretion with regard to confidential matters and/or information. Bi-lingual Spanish is highly desired. Must have a valid IL driver’s license and have reliable transportation.
Duties: Under the direction and supervision of the Office Coordinator, the Guest Services Representative is primarily responsible for providing quality customer service to anyone entering or calling the facility seeking information or assistance. Will accept and process registrations by enrolling people in various programs thru the Registration System; accept payment for the same and process receipts and acknowledgments. Other duties include but not limited to: assist with processing and/or administering facility rentals, training part-time staff, ordering supplies, providing clerical/admin. support to Facility Manager and other recreation staff. Perform other duties as assigned. This is an at-will position.
Job Title: Assistant General Manager
Reports to: General Manager
FLSA Status: Exempt
Summary: Oversees the quality and success of Goldfish Swim School. This encompasses all daily operations including staffing, pool operations, cash management, customer service, retail and vending department, birthday party operations and workplace employee activities.
Duties and Responsibilities include the following: 1. Directs and controls the daily operations to ensure the school is running according to GSS standard operating procedures. 2. Helps the General Manager and department managers fulfill the daily tasks. 3. Manages the staff of GSS to ensure high productivity, excellent performance and positive employee satisfaction. 4. Trains and oversees aquatics department to provide superior swim instruction to the students of GSS. Interacts with the Deck Supervisors and Golden Teachers on issues related to class scheduling, student progress, customer service and employee performance and training. 5. Provides sales and marketing training to all qualified sales staff. 6. Provides direction in the retail and vending departments to ensure a proper mix of products and pricing is achieved. 7. Trains and oversees birthday party staff to ensure that the GSS standard operating procedures are being maintained. 8. Gains knowledge and experience in the Links software to achieve a high level of competence in bookings, class scheduling, and reporting and administrative functions. 9. Gains a high level of knowledge and experience in the GSS pool operations necessary to maintain a safe and sanitary swim environment. 10. Initiates and oversees workplace employee activities (“Fun” Department) with the goal of achieving improved employee satisfaction. 11. Directs and oversee the implementation of the Emergency Action Plan and all safety procedures that pertain to the GSS facility, and trains all current staff on the GSS EAP. 12. Maintains current certifications and stays up-to-date professionally on the aquatics and management field.
Education/Experience: Bachelors degree is preferred. Experience as a certified lifeguard, youth sports instructor/coach, camp counselor, and/or childcare provider required. Two or more years as a swimming instructor preferred.
Certificates and Licenses: CPR/First Aid and Lifeguard certification required. Shallow water attendant highly recommended. Work Environment: While performing this job, the employee is regularly exposed to heat and humidity. Noise level is usually moderate