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 $19.62 - $25.02 hourly DOQ

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Job Summary About the Role

Performs regular preventative maintenance and mechanic repairs on vehicles, light duty and medium duty trucks, tractors, backhoes, mowers, and a variety of other miscellaneous maintenance and landscape equipment. Maintains complete and accurate maintenance records and conducts scheduled and unscheduled inspections of vehicles, power equipment and Paddlewheel Riverboats to keep safe and operational conditions at all times. Communicate daily with team members to inform of status and expected outcome on outstanding maintenance items.

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.

Must possess considerable knowledge of the principles and mechanics of gasoline, diesel, small engines and 2 cycle engines. Have the knowledge of occupational hazards and safety precautions of work. Ability to operate motor equipment. Have proficiency in the use of wrenches, drills, jacks and other standard tools and equipment of the trade as well as the skill in diagnosing and repairing defects in maintenance equipment. Additional experience needed in repair of all types of vehicles and equipment and skill in the use of acetylene torches and mig-welding equipment.

Trade School degree specializing in engine and engine repair is required or one to three years in general repair shop with ability to handle a variety of automotive equipment repairs and maintenance experience is required. A valid Illinois State Drivers License is required and must obtain a CDL with air brakes endorsement within six months of hire. Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) certification is recommended. Maintain current CPR/AED/First Aid Certification or obtain certification within six months of hire.

Essential Functions of the Position

Park District Competencies

Follow all departmental safety rules that pertain to the duties performed and support all aspects of Park Districts safety and risk management program. Work cooperatively and collaboratively with residents, colleagues, the public, PDRMA and other agencies or organizations as delegated.

Recommends improvements and efficiencies to better accomplish individual and district goals in the best interests of the St. Charles Park District community.

Comply with park district policies and administrative procedures.

Responsibilities

Repair or overhaul chassis units, including brake systems, differentials, and front and rear axles. Inspect, adjust, repair and overhaul, as necessary, two cycle, four cycle, gasoline and diesel engines, and their related parts, as well as cooling, fuel and exhaust systems Inspect and repair vehicle electrical and trailer lighting systems. Perform engine tune-up, minor body work, tire repair and replacement. Required to supply/maintain own basic mechanic tools. Research and order repair parts needed to service fleet vehicles and equipment keeping fleet manager aware of low stock and inventory for preventative maintenance repairs. Perform routine maintenance service and diagnostic repairs to Paddlewheel Riverboats. Ensure that all repair documentation is complete and accurately entered into maintenance system. Perform regular testing and inspections on fuel pumps and underground tanks monitoring in absence of Fleet Manager. Use computers and reference manuals as resources. Document all work performed to fleet vehicles and equipment. Install special equipment and attachments; the ability to acetylene torches and weld. Operate equipment used in repair work and motor equipment as needed or required. Purchase and inventory automotive and equipment supplies as directed. Inspect, adjust, repair and overhaul, as necessary, gasoline and diesel engines and related part and main bearing assemblies, as well as cooling, fuel and exhaust systems. Provide emergency field repairs on inoperable fleet vehicles and equipment. Work over and above required hours when necessary. Effectively communicate both orally and in writing.

Administrative

Use District purchasing system for supplies and parts necessary to perform assigned duties. Assist with department staff training/documentation to all full-time and seasonal staff, vehicle inspections and equipment control operating.

Marginal Functions of the Position or Role

Assist with snow removal. Assist with special events. Assist in training co-workers in safe operations of vehicles and equipment. Perform all other duties as assigned.

Physical and Environmental Requirements

Frequently (46-100% of the time) Occasionally (16-45% of the time) Rarely (0-15% of the time)

Position or Activity

Sitting: Frequently

Walking: Frequently

Climbing: Ocasionally

Balancing: Frequently

Stooping/Kneeling: Frequently

Crouching: Frequently

Crawling: Frequently

Reaching: Frequently

Handling/Feeling: Frequently

Strength

Routinely push, pull and/or lift to waist up to 40 lbs and 41 to 50 lbs with assistance.

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.

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 St. Charles Park District

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Jeff Goodrich
630-513-4363
jgoodrich@stcparks.org

 Closing Date

Open Until Filled

 42,000-48,000

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Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree in Parks and Recreation Administration or related field and/or minimum of 2 years related work experience in administration of programs and/or special events. Candidate should possess creativity, customer service, communication, management, and organization skills. First Aid/CPR/AED certified or the ability to obtain once hired. Ability to obtain CPRP certification when eligible. This is an exempt, 40 hour per week position with nights and weekends as scheduled for programs and events. This is an at-will position. Coordinator reports directly to the Superintendent of Recreation. Qualified applicants must submit a cover letter and resume via email to dan@oregonpark.org.

Position Summary: The coordinator is responsible for creating, planning, organizing, staffing, implementing, budgeting, and evaluating the following programs: Easter, Halloween, and Christmas events; Farm to Table Dinner; Summer Concert Series; Adult Programming featuring tastings, tours, and craft classes. As coordinator you will work closely with local Oregon businesses to create these unique opportunities for adult programming. Coordinator is responsible for assisting in customer service, which includes, but is not limited to customer issues, comments, complaints, and concerns and respond to internal and external phone calls, e-mails comments and suggestions in a timely manner. Coordinator must perform all job tasks within the rules and guidelines of the Oregon Park District’s policies and procedures. Coordinator is responsible for preparing budgets, financial reports, and staffing needs, while making recommendations for revenue and expenditure adjustments.

Employee Benefits: Medical, dental and vision coverage – Life Insurance – IMRF Pension Plan – Paid holidays, sick time, and vacation time

A full job description is available upon request.

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 Oregon Park District

 Contact

Dan Griffin
8157323101
dan@oregonpark.org

 Closing Date

Open Until Filled

 starting at $34,644

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Cary-Grove 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; apply through the District website at www.d155.org -> Employment Opportunities.

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: 1. Ability to work effectively with staff, students, parents, and administrators 2. Demonstrates pride in district, school, students, co-workers, and own job 3. Competent in cleaning, floor refinishing, and technological skills 4. Ability to prioritize and problem solve complex tasks 5. Ability to perform the grounds tasks appropriate for the position 6. Ability to perform the custodial tasks appropriate for the position 7. Skill in interpersonal relations and the ability to maintain confidentiality 8. Ability to conduct and maintain a professional demeanor
9. Multitask-oriented with ability to work independently or as part of a team to complete tasks 10. Physically capable of performing the appropriate duties associated with the position with or without accommodations 11. Able to work 8 hours a day

Essential Functions of the Job: i. Perform grounds functions throughout any D155 property ii. Perform cleaning functions throughout school facilities iii. Perform snow removal and operate cleaning machinery
iv. Assist with the maintenance and repairs of grounds and custodial equipment v. Assist in minor repairs and filter changes vi. 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 community. ∙ Ensure the district grounds are a safe and clean environment. ∙ Follow written work schedules as approved by Supervisor(s) and/or his/her designee. ∙ Use proper safety precautions in the daily performance of tasks. ∙ Schedule grounds activities so that they do not interfere with any curricular or extracurricular activities. ∙ 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 equipment. ∙ 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 fields. ∙ Properly maintain and install district fencing, fence capping, gates, netting, and screenings. ∙ 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 required. ∙ 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 and pencil sharpeners; install overhead screens. ∙ 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, etc. ∙ 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, etc. ∙ May be required to lock and/or unlock doors at the appropriate times daily. ∙ Remove debris from buildings each day. ∙ Perform other tasks and responsibilities assigned by Supervisor(s).

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 Community High School District 155

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Open Until Filled

 $20/hr

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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.

The Naperville Park District is looking for a qualified candidate to join our park maintenance department as a Park Specialist I. This is an excellent opportunity for an experienced professional in the area of horticulture, general landscape maintenance and custodial duties to utilize their skills in a team environment to make a positive impact on the community.

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

Schedule: Off season typically Monday-Friday 7:00am - 3:00pm, Schedule during the growing season typically Tuesday – Saturday 6:30 am – 2:30 pm.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

Perform a wide variety of park maintenance tasks including but not limited to; trail maintenance, horticultural care of landscape beds and custodial duties on a daily basis. May be asked to act as a crew leader to assigned staff and volunteers by orienting and training. Clean and maintain parks through litter pickup, garbage removal, recycling activities, and conduct scheduled inspections to district amenities as assigned. May be asked to participate in park maintenance operations such as controlled prairie and woodland burns, hardscape and pond maintenance. Support special event set up, tear down and maintenance during the event.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

Knowledge of the methods and of forestry, turf, and horticulture development and maintenance. Demonstrate abilities to apply fertilizers and pesticides at manufacturer’s application rates.

Education and Experience:

High school diploma or equivalent (GED) required. Associate or Bachelor’s degree (preferred) in agronomy, horticulture, turf management, forestry or related field.

Special Considerations:

This position is subject to a post offer physical.

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 Naperville Park District

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 $30/hr + DOQ

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Schedule: Monday-Friday 10:00am - 6:30pm

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:

The Naperville Park District seeks an I.T. Specialist to join our team. This position reports to the Director of I.T. and plays a key role in maintaining the technology infrastructure, including the network, servers, and phone system, along with providing support to our 300 end users. The successful candidate will oversee established systems and will participate in upcoming projects including M365 migration, IT Security audit and improvements, and server upgrades. This position is also responsible for researching, evaluating, and making recommendations; liaising with vendors; and providing high level technical support for assigned systems. Ability to respond to user calls and system issues after hours and on weekends is required.

The District offers a variety of means to assist in striking work life balance including but not limited to a free fitness membership, free Centennial Beach membership, golf benefits, generous time off benefits, IMRF pension, 457 plan, PPO and HMO health insurance plans, dental insurance, vision insurance, and life insurance.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

Participate in 24x7 on-call rotation for non-business hour’s support of critical network infrastructure. Provide advanced technical support for staff on computers, office equipment and telecommunications. Perform firmware, application, and operating system patches/upgrades in both test and live environments. Maintain network LAN/WAN infrastructure including switches, routers, bridges, firewalls, load balancers, access points, and network appliances. Assist with maintaining and monitoring camera-based security systems and card access systems Manage Cisco CallManager phone system operations (voicemail, troubleshooting, configuration, maintenance, and reports) Assist with back-end server and infrastructure management. Manage and deploy server solutions. Troubleshoot back-end server and infrastructure issues.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

Working knowledge of multi-platform operating systems, such as Windows, MS Office Suite, Visio, Windows Server, Exchange Server, SQL Server, Unitrends Backup and Recovery, EMC SourceOne, VMware VSphere and Horizon, Cisco Call Manager/Unity/UCCX, Checkpoint, Report Exec In-depth knowledge of Server and PC hardware components and troubleshooting Ability to work in accordance with a high ethical standard. Ability to demonstrate advanced knowledge and expertise with all aspects of routing and switching to include advanced IP routing, NAT, security, inter-VLAN routing, 802.1Q, root/nonroot bridges, spanning-tree, access-lists, IPSEC and GRE VPN tunnels Management of Virtual Environment: both servers and desktops Log management

Special Considerations:

This position is subject to a post offer physical.

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 Naperville Park District

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Open Until Filled