Under the direction and supervision of the Executive Director, the Superintendent of Business Services is responsible for providing financial and administrative guidance and support to part and full-time staff and Board to ensure achievement of the strategic initiatives while maintaining financial sustainability and positive culture for employees.
The Superintendent of Business Services is responsible for the overall financial and business operations of the Park District. The Superintendent of Business Services will prepare monthly reports and attend Board meetings and other meetings as needed as well as manage multiple projects such as employee market analysis, capital planning, tax levy preparation, debt and finalizing a financial sustainability plan. The Superintendent of Business Services will work closely with the Executive Director in providing guidance to the Human Resources, Guest Service and Information Technology departments and other administrative functions as needed. The ideal candidate must have excellent communication skills and the ability to problem solve and present current and future financial status professionally and concisely.
Qualifications include graduate of an accredited college or university with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration, Accounting, Finance, and a minimum of five (5) years full-time related experience and a minimum of three (3) years administrative experience. Preferred candidate has CPA designation and at least five years related experience in the management of fiscal operations in field of parks and recreation, municipal government, school districts, or any equivalent combination of education, experience and/or training.
The Hiring range is $75,000 to $85,000. Starting salary is commensurate with experience and qualifications of the successful candidate. Position includes an excellent benefit package.
This is a Full-time, salaried position that requires some nights. Must be able to attend day/night board meetings, leadership meetings, trainings and conferences.
To apply, please go to our website: http://www.lakebluffparks.org/employment.html
Crystal Lake Central High School, within Community High School District 155, is looking for a groundskeeper. This is 12 month, 8 hour/day position. Please review the general job description below and apply online at https://d155.tedk12.com/hire/index.aspx
Position: Grounds/Custodian Classification: 12-month Grounds/Custodian
General Description: To perform grounds maintenance and field preparation on the school campus in order to maintain safe, clean, and orderly facilities. Must have the ability to use and maintain equipment and machines. Will perform custodial duties when weather conditions prohibit outdoor work.
Supervisor: Building Operations Supervisor and District Groundskeeper
Evaluation: Members of the support staff are formally evaluated annually as Commendable, Proficient, Progressing or Unsatisfactory in each of the following categories: 1) Quality of Work, 2) Productivity, 3) Safety & Cleanliness/Safety & Knowledge of Skills, 4) Service.
Minimum Entry Requirements:
*Ability to work effectively with staff, students, parents, and administrators *Demonstrates pride in the district, school, students, co-workers, and own job *Competent in cleaning, floor refinishing, and technological skills *Ability to prioritize and problem solve complex tasks *Ability to perform the grounds tasks appropriate for the position *Ability to perform the custodial tasks appropriate for the position *Skill in interpersonal relations and the ability to maintain confidentiality *Ability to conduct and maintain a professional demeanor *Multitask-oriented with ability to work independently or as part of a team to complete tasks *Physically capable of performing the appropriate duties associated with the position with or without accommodations *Able to work 8 hours a day
Essential Functions of the Job:
*Perform grounds functions throughout any D155 property *Perform cleaning functions throughout school facilities *Perform snow removal and operate cleaning machinery *Assist with the maintenance and repairs of grounds and custodial equipment *Assist in minor repairs and filter changes *Perform tasks as assigned by the Building Operations Supervisor or the District Groundskeeper
Illustration of Responsibilities and Duties The following is a list of responsibilities and typical duties that fall under those responsibilities. The list is general in nature and is meant to illustrate many of the things that are done by the combined efforts of all the grounds and custodial staff in the school district. Each school assigns the responsibilities and duties according to what that attendance center needs to have done according to the particular time or circumstances. There may be items not on this list that are related to the functions of the job that a 12-month grounds/custodian may be expected to do. The typical duties will vary according to the specific position in the particular building or office, and each building or office may have a more specific description of behaviors applicable to that setting.
Pertaining to Grounds Duties:
*Maintain the district grounds in a manner that will project a positive aesthetic image to the *Ensure the district grounds are safe and clean *Follow written work schedules as approved by Supervisor(s) and/or his/her *Use proper safety precautions in the daily performance of *Schedule grounds activities so that they do not interfere with any curricular or extracurricular *Perform landscape maintenance in the district’s planted areas: weeding, pruning, and caring for trees, shrubs, flowers, ground cover, and mulch areas. *Perform mowing of district’s grass and field areas according to mow schedule, event and/or field needs, and height requirements. *Perform athletic field lining according to state requirements and standards, as well as athletic department schedules to ensure school needs are met. *Operate, monitor, and maintain any sprinkler or irrigation systems. Identify and report non-operation or damage to supervisor(s). *Operate, clean, and perform routine maintenance on a wide variety of landscaping equipment, including but not limited to: pickup trucks, dump trucks, tractors, loaders, chainsaws, edgers, trimmers, sod cutters, pruners, riding and push mowers, and spraying *Assume responsibility for the proper use and caretaking of all grounds supplies and equipment; maintain a system of stock control of all supplies. *Perform herbicide and pesticide applications to outside areas in accordance with District 155 policy and procedures, and federal and state regulations. *Maintain preventive maintenance logs and other records as required, including herbicide application logs and records. *Properly drag, rake, line, and replenish materials to maintain infield skinned areas, warning tracks, pitching mounds, and batting areas for baseball/softball *Properly maintain and install district fencing, fence capping, gates, netting, and *Assist with snow plowing, shoveling, blowing, and salting within the entire district. In addition, monitor and maintain areas in snowy and icy conditions *Perform hole and crack repairs to parking lots, sidewalks, and play-surfaces, and perform striping of parking lanes, curbs, and specialty zones as needed *Maintain exterior signage in accordance with District 155 policy and procedures, and with the Department of Transportation. *Transport furniture and equipment between schools for activities as directed by Supervisor(s). *Guard property against fire, theft, and illegal entry. *Inform the Building Operations Supervisor and/or District Groundskeeper of incidents requiring action and follow up with him/her when such problems have or have not been satisfactorily completed. *Perform other tasks and responsibilities assigned by Supervisor(s).
Pertaining to Custodial Duties:
*Make minor maintenance repairs which may include replacing lights and receptacle covers; repair broken desks and chairs; replace and/or repair door parts, pencil sharpeners; install overhead *Change air filters; clear clogged drains and commodes; vacuum water from floors due to pipe or roof leaks; replace ceiling tiles; repair power cords; replace tissue holders, window shades, broken windows, *Provide assistance with outside cleaning chores, which include sweeping sidewalks and/or parking areas, picking up trash, snow removal, etc. *Clean classrooms, restrooms, offices, corridors, walls and windows daily, or as scheduled; sweep, mop, vacuum and/or wax floors. *Operate various types of equipment and machinery which include water vacuum, band trucks, vacuum cleaners, carpet shampoo machine, floor buffer/polisher, steam cleaner, washing machine, dryer, etc. Make repairs as needed. *Assist in providing summer cleaning of buildings which includes lifting and removing furniture from school rooms; cleaning floors and blinds; washing walls, doors, furniture *May be required to lock and/or unlock doors at the appropriate times *Remove debris from buildings each *Perform other tasks and responsibilities assigned by Supervisor(s).
Active, enthusiastic and caring individual needed to supervise The Hub E-Learning program at Clinton Elementary School Tuesday & Thursday from 7am - 3pm & possibly After Shock after school program at Corron Elementary School other days from 1:30-6pm. Responsibilities include interacting with children, parents, staff and school officials. Providing an environment that encourages social growth along with leading and supervising children in e-learning and activities such as crafts and organized games. Program participants range in age from Kindergarten - 6th grade.
Membership Services Supervisor
Reports To: Assistant Superintendent of Recreation-Norris Recreation Center
Supervisory Duties: Part-Time Employees
Employment Category: Full Time Exempt
Grade: 6 Department: Recreation
Last Revision Date: January 1, 2020
Job Summary – About the Role By working closely with your supervisor in this hands-on role you will have the opportunity to shape the physical appearance and programming of Norris Recreation Center into a high quality amenity for the benefit of residents, visitors and the St. Charles community.
Knowledge, Skills & Experience This position is well suited for someone with a friendly and positive personality who is productive and shows initiative, is an effective written and oral communicator, is reliable and safety-minded.
Understanding of organizational methods, customer and public relations skills. Basic knowledge of financial management techniques and computer functions. Understand the Park District finances and the ability to apply and interpret the knowledge in practical situations related to membership functions.
A four-year degree in Recreation Administration, Leisure Studies, Business/Marketing or related field is required. One to three years of experience and some supervisory and/or facility management experience in account management, customer service and sales in the Parks and Recreation profession or a related field. CPRP and Certified Fitness Professional or ability to become a CPRP is preferred. A valid Illinois State Driver’s License is required. Maintain current CPR/AED/First Aid Certification or obtain certification within six months of hire.
Essential Functions of the Position Park District Competencies o Follow all departmental safety rules that pertain to the duties performed and support all aspects of Park District’s safety and risk management program. o Work cooperatively and collaboratively with residents, colleagues, the public, PDRMA and other agencies or organizations as delegated. o Recommends improvements and efficiencies to better accomplish individual and district goals in the best interests of the St. Charles Park District community. o Comply with park district policies and administrative procedures. o Effectively communicate both orally and in writing.
o Oversee and monitor daily operation of membership services transactions, paperwork, and household accounts.
o Oversee and monitor daily operations of Child Care Center and related programming.
o Oversee the Personal Training and Massage Therapy Departments.
o Develop, maintain, and enforce new and established policies and procedures for assigned departments.
o Responsible for Guest Service Associates and Child Care Attendant Scheduling.
o Provide instruction in First Aid, CPR, and AED to colleagues.
o Aid in maintaining facility and equipment cleanliness and productivity, contacting appropriate personnel.
o Assist in logistics and promotion of group fitness classes, personal training, and massage therapy services.
o Update and maintain facility website, Facebook page, and REACH TV.
o Accurately enter and adjust data in all computer software programs.
o Handle and manage money in an efficient and responsible manner.
o Accurately proof brochure information and other printed materials. o Prepare and disseminate membership information and written correspondence. o Respond to all member, guest, and employee concerns in prompt, professional and courteous manner; keeping Assistant Superintendent of Recreation informed. o Assess needs of membership operations and recommend modification to existing computer functions. o Assist with development of goals and objectives for membership functions, fiscal management procedures, and facility programming. o Assist with emergency procedures and building evacuation. o Purchase supplies and equipment as needed per Park District policy o Initiate and accept assignments
Administrative o Prepare and submit records and reports including department payroll, cash receipts, refunds, and others as requested. o Monitor and coordinate fiscal control procedures for facilities, memberships, and recreation programs. o Train and supervise employees with respect to membership services and fiscal control functions. o Exercise supervisory authority in the absence of Assistant Superintendent of Recreation.
Supervisory o In consultation with your immediate supervisor, exercise supervisory authority and judgement on an on-going basis related to subordinate employees reporting directly to you, in matters including development of job descriptions, hiring, lay-offs, compensating within approved budgeted parameters, and, disciplinary action, up to and including termination, in compliance with Park District policies and procedures. o Exercise independent supervisory authority and judgement on an on-going basis related to subordinate employees reporting directly to you, in matters including, but not limited to employee trainings, scheduling, assigning, directing and overseeing completion of work assignments and employee performance evaluation.
Marginal Functions of the Position or Role o Assist with conducting special events. o Assist with special projects. o Assist at the Guest Services desk. o Perform all other duties as assigned.
Physical and Environmental Requirements
Position or Activity
Frequently: 46-100% of the time Occasionally: 16-45% of the time Rarely: 0-15% of the time
Strength Routinely push, pull and/or lift to waist up to 45 lbs.
EEO Statement and Accommodations
The St Charles Park District is an equal opportunity employer under all state and federal laws and regulations. The job responsibilities are subject to accommodations pursuant to the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. If you require assistance or accommodation with the application process, please contact the Business Department at 630-584-1055.