DESCRIPTION The Clarendon Hills Park District is seeking an experienced, energetic and a creative individual to oversee the Lions Park Pool facility (summer outdoor operations) and its wide variety of programs including swim lessons, swim team, rentals, and special events.
The Aquatics Recreation Supervisor is responsible for the implementation of hiring, training, scheduling, and supervising the seasonal staff. Other duties of Lions Park Pool will include facility management, budget preparations, planning, program development, mechanical knowledge and other duties as assigned.
Additional responsibilities of the Aquatics Recreation Supervisor will include the responsibilities for the Park Districts year-round Special Events Programs.
Based on the Lions Park Pool facility and the Special Events of the district, the Aquatics Recreation Supervisor sometimes will work a non-traditional work week including some evenings, weekends and holidays as needed (varies with the season). This is a full-time position with benefits.
A minimum of a bachelor’s degree in Park and Recreation or related field along with a minimum of two (2) years’ experience in aquatic facility management and programming. Must be certified or acquire within first two (3) months of employment: Ellis & Associates Lifeguard Instructor, Certified Pool Operator License, CPR and AED Certifications. The Aquatics Recreation Supervisor should be familiar with Microsoft Office applications and be able to learn other software applications.
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Qualifications: College coursework of at least 60 credit hours in any field with 6 credit hours in Early Childhood Education; experience in a DCFS-licensed toddler/2s classroom required. Director Qualified preferred.
Duties: Supervise and support classroom Plan and execute a developmentally appropriate enrichment program Conduct student observations, assessments, and parent conferences Prepare weekly lesson plans Participate in a minimum of 15 hours of in-service training annually Perform classroom tasks such as lunch, snack and activities preparation Other duties as assigned
Monday through Friday, 40 hrs. per week Contact: Jessica Stockl, Early Childhood Director Address: 999 Green Bay Road, Glencoe, Illinois 60022 Phone: 847-835-7533 Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org EOE Glencoe Park District is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Public Works Department General Maintenance – Forestry/Parks
The Village of Lincolnshire is accepting applications for the position of General Maintenance-Forestry/Parks in the Public Works Department. This position will be reporting to the Public Works Facility Monday-Friday from 6:30am-3:00pm and will work under the general direction of the Forestry/Parks Foreman.
Duties and Responsibilities: Responding to forestry related inquiries and also assisting in the areas of path maintenance, tree pruning, tree removals, parks maintenance, natural areas maintenance and general landscape related maintenance. This position will also assist with tree removal permits and will be on call for snow plowing as needed.
Minimum Qualifications: Must have a High School diploma or G.E.D., possession of a Class B Commercial Driver’s License with air brake endorsement or the ability to obtain one within (1) year of hire date.
Salary Range: Starting salary $61,300 +/-, dependent on qualifications. The Village offers a competitive benefits package including paid time off; medical, dental, and life insurance; and membership in the Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund (IMRF). Residency is not required.
Agency Contact: Please send a completed job application, resume and cover letter to Leslie Cole, Village of Lincolnshire, 1 Olde Half Day Road, Lincolnshire, IL 60069, or email@example.com. Lincolnshire is an equal opportunity employer.
Deadline: The position is open until filled.
Qualifications: Graduate from an accredited college or university with a BS/BA degree in recreation and parks administration or related field. Minimum of 3 years’ supervisory experience preferred. Applicants must have a thorough knowledge of program management and special event administration with the ability to effectively communicate these practices to others. Applicants must have strong customer service, organizational, and management skills. And the ability to recognize safety concerns and provides a safe environment. Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite of Programs and Rec Trac. CPR, First Aid and AED certified and CPRP preferred.
Under the direction of the Superintendent of Recreation; this position is responsible for the planning, promotion, implementation, supervision and evaluation of the Gymnastics/Cheer/Ninja programs, competitive Gymnastics/Cheer teams, special gymnastic groups, events and other assigned programs. Recruit, hire, train, evaluate and discipline staff and instructors for assigned programs and responsibilities creating an environment of positivity and teamwork. Provide a program of continuous in-service training for all assigned staff.
Review, analyze, and prepare all budgets; prepare annual, monthly, and quarterly reports representing key performance measurements for all assigned areas. Create seasonal program plans through the evaluation of community/customer need. Solidify program plans through the development of seasonal brochure, facility reservation process, activity/brochure proofing cycles and communicating all program plan information updates and status changes. Collaborate with the Marketing Team to promote programs and events through various marketing tools. Notify other department managers on needs for programs, exhibitions, meets, events and community functions. Explore alternative funding through grants, sponsorships, partnerships, in-kind donations and cooperatives. Establish and maintain effective and cooperative relationship with civic and community agencies and volunteers. Day to day operations require collaboration with program managers/supervisors and the Customer Care Manager.
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The Park Specialist-Parks Maintenance position is responsible for assisting with the daily management of park maintenance operations for all 38 parks and facilities. In addition, the position will provide maintenance or special assistance to other park district departments throughout the year.
Essential duties include communicate operation specifics to the Parks Maintenance Manager, complete assigned projects, attend staff meetings, safety and educational trainings, implement customer service procedures as applicable to the position’s operation, provide productive and efficient labor to any crew assigned for the day by implementing an effective daily work schedule to efficiently complete park and facility maintenance operations, implement park capital equipment repairs, replacements and improvements, operate heavy machinery including tractors, high lift truck, backhoe, loader, operate chain saws and various other power tools, assist with approved District-wide turf maintenance system, assist with approved District-wide herbicide application maintenance system, assist with approved District-wide trash collection, assist with approved District-wide tree maintenance program, assist with the District-wide snow and ice removal maintenance system, and adhere to safety and risk management procedures as applicable to the position’s operations. A detailed job description is available upon request.
As a park district, we prioritize the health and wellness of our employees. In addition to your competitive salary, medical/dental/vision plan, life insurance, and IMRF pension, we provide numerous additional benefits, including: • Facility Benefit: Including, but not limited to, free use of the Fitness Center, Community Pool (soon to be Aquatic Center), and Foxford Hills Golf Club. Flexibility: Work-life balance is a priority. • Employee Assistance Program: Connect you or your dependents to confidential counseling services at no additional charge. • Vacation, PTO, paid holidays, and safety days.
Minimum requirements for this position include a high school diploma or GED, associate’s degree preferred, with a minimum of one year full time experience in the field. Certifications in parks maintenance or related areas are desirable, specifically ISA Certified Arborist. Ability to obtain an Illinois Pesticide Operator License, and Illinois Secretary of State Class B Commercial Driver’s License with Air Brake endorsement within 90 days after employment is required.
To apply for this full time position, a cover letter, resume and references must be submitted via mail or email. Emailed resumes should be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org with Job Posting in subject line. Mailed resumes should be sent to the Community Center to the attention of Meghan Tillson. Address: Community Center, 255 Briargate Rd. City, State, Zip: Cary, IL 60013 Contact: Meghan Tillson, Human Resources Coordinator Phone: 847-639-6100 x.101 Email: email@example.com