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May 7, 2009

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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES BULLETIN

May 4, 2009

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Department of Human Resources

541 North Fairbanks Ct.

Chicago, Illinois 60611

24 Job Opportunity Hotline: 312-742-PLAY (7529)

TTY: 312-747-2001

www.chicagoparkdistrict.com

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The following is a list of Job Opportunities currently posted in the Human Resources Department of the Chicago Park District.‚  The positions listed indicate the starting work location.‚  Any additional information not covered in this job opportunities notice or the position description can be obtained by contacting the following: ‚  ‚ 

HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT

312 742-5220

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MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY, 8:00 a.m. -- 4:00 p.m.

541 N. FAIRBANKS CT.

4TH FLOOR

CHICAGO, IL‚  60611

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‚  For minimum qualifications and position duties, please see position descriptions.‚  BID denotes an opportunity for Chicago Park District employees who are currently members of the bargaining unit that represents the BID position. ‚  Selection will be based on information provided on the application form and resume submitted with the application form.‚  Names of qualified applicants will be placed on an employment list.‚  Being on an employment list is not an offer or guarantee of employment or interview with the Chicago Park District.‚  An employment list is merely a statement of eligibility. ‚  Residency Requirement Residency in the City of Chicago is required of all employees.‚  Proof of residency will be required at the time of employment. ‚ 

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Resumes must be submitted at the time of application.

Any vacancy posted is pending Budget approval.

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Administration Building

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Location

Application

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Salary

Aquatic Coach

Open to the Public

Beaches & Pools 04/06/09 -- 05/11/09 Part Time $15.78 per hour
Aquatic Coach

Open to the Public

Beaches & Pools 04/20/09 -- 05/11/09 Seasonal $15.78 per hour
Inclusion Aide (REPOST)

Open to the Public

Special Recreation 12/10/07 -- 05/11/09 Seasonal $15.78 per hour
Intern

Open to the Public

Audit 04/27/09 -- 05/11/09 Seasonal $8.16 - $19.35 per hour
Intern

Open to the Public

Budget 05/04/09 -- 05/18/09 Seasonal $8.16 - $19.35 per hour
Intern

Open to the Public

Disability Policy Office 04/20/09 -- 05/11/09 Seasonal $8.16 - $19.35 per hour
Intern

Open to the Public

Treasury 05/04/09 -- 05/18/09 Seasonal $8.16 - $19.35 per hour
Laborer

BID

Natural Resources 01/12/09 -- 05/11/09 Seasonal $16.53 per hour
Special Recreation Instructor (Camp Sign) Open to the Public Special Recreation 03/16/09 -- 05/11/09 Seasonal $15.42 per hour
Special Recreation Leader Open to the Public Special Recreation 03/16/09 -- 05/11/09 Seasonal $11.16 per hour
Special Recreation Leader (Camp Sign) Open to the Public Special Recreation 03/16/09 -- 05/11/09 Seasonal $11.16 per hour
Student Intern

Open to the Public

Disability Policy Office 04/20/09 -- 05/11/09 Seasonal $9.37 - $16.59 per hour
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Central Region

Position

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Department/

Location

Application

Period

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Salary

Intern Open to the Public Central Region 04/27/09 -- 05/11/09 Seasonal $8.16 - $19.35 per hour
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North Region

Position

Remarks

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Location

Application

Period

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Salary

Park Supervisor Open to the Public Eugene Field Park 04/27/09 -- 05/11/09 Full Time $54,910 per year
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South Region

Position

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Department/

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Application

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Salary

Activities Instructor (Day Camp Director) Open to the Public South Region 04/27/09 -- 05/11/09 Seasonal $14.89 per hour
Intern

Open to the Public

South Region 04/27/09 -- 05/11/09 Seasonal $8.16 - $19.35 per hour
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POSITION DESCRIPTION

TITLE: ACTIVITIES INSTRUCTOR (H)

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DUTIES:‚  Plans and implements a course curriculum for the instruction of a specialized athletic, recreation or leisure activity.‚  Provides instruction and supervision for Chicago Park District patrons involved in a specialized athletic, recreation or leisure activity.‚ ‚  Demonstrates proper techniques and skills in specialty area.‚  Adapts programs to reflect differing levels of participant skill development.‚ ‚  Provides instruction in advanced competitive strategies of specialty area.‚  Provides information on the rules and regulations governing competition in specialty area.

‚  Promotes sportsmanship and encourages creativity in participants.‚  Communicates constructively with participants, parents, volunteers and the community.‚  Enforces and promotes safety guidelines for specialized activity.‚  Resolve conflicts among participants.‚  Issues and maintains an inventory of specialized equipment and supplies.‚  Sets up special apparatus and equipment.‚  Supervises unorganized plan and enforces Chicago Park District rules and regulations. ‚  Performs general administrative duties such as assisting in course registration, collecting fees, answering routine inquiries in person or by phone and routine record keeping.‚  Conducts and attends workshops and in-service training seminars.‚  May work with a special population, including but not limited to senior citizens and populations with physical, sensory and other disabilities. ‚ 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:‚  An Associate of Arts degree or completion of two (2) full years of course work at an accredited college or university which included a minimum of twenty (20) credit hours in one (1) or more of the following areas, including Recreation, Leisure Studies, Physical Education or a related discipline and one (1) year of closely related instructional, practical or sanctioned competitive (i.e. IHSA, NCAA or AAU) experience in the specialty area or an equivalent combination of education and experience is required.

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POSITION DESCRIPTION

TITLE:‚  AQUATIC COACH ‚  DUTIES:‚  Provides instruction and training to children in sports and competitive athletics in swimming and water polo. Adapts programs to reflect different levels of participant skill development. Provides information on rules of individual and team sports. Enforces and promotes safety guidelines.‚  Sets up sports equipment and apparatus. ‚  MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:‚  Enrollment in a college or university supplemented by one to two years of sports or coaching experience; or an equivalent combination of training and experience is required. Certification Requirements:‚  Applicants must have one or more of the following certifications at the time of hire: ‚ ‚ ‚ ‚ ‚ ‚ ‚ ‚ ‚ ‚ ‚  USA Swimming Coach Certification ‚ ‚ ‚ ‚ ‚ ‚ ‚ ‚ ‚ ‚ ‚  US Water Polo Coach Certification ‚ ‚ ‚ ‚ ‚ ‚ ‚ ‚ ‚ ‚ ‚  American Water Polo Coach Certification

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CHICAGO PARK DISTRICT

DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN RESOURCES

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TITLE: INCLUSION AIDE‚  ‚  DUTIES:‚  Assists one child with disabilities in sports, games and various recreation and athletic activities.‚  Evaluates the child's skill level and assesses his/her leisure capacity to participate.‚  Enforces and promotes safety guidelines for the child in his/her recreation and athletic activities.‚  Assists child with lunch and necessary restroom functions as needed. ‚  MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:‚  Enrollment in a college or university pursuing a Bachelor's degree.‚  Bachelor's degree in Therapeutic Recreation is preferred, supplemented by one to three years of experience in therapeutic recreation or working with children with disabilities are required. ‚  POSITION DESCRIPTION TITLE: INTERN ‚  DUTIES:‚  Responds to routine telephone inquiries.‚  Collects information for compiling reports.‚  Makes telephone calls and contacts other departments and organizations to collect routine information or to follow through with calls initiated by supervisor.‚  Types prepared correspondence, memoranda, lists and brief reports.‚  Files as instructed in an established filing system.‚  Operates office machines (e.g. copier, calculator).‚  Performs routine data entry tasks using established mainframe systems.‚  Completes forms by hand or by using a typewriter/word processor by filing in the required information (e.g. supply requisitions, personnel requisitions).‚  Maintains simple logs or records.‚  Receives and directs visitors. ‚  MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:‚  High School graduation or equivalent, including completion of courses in English, Spelling, Mathematics and Typing, or an equivalent combination of training and experience is required.‚  One year of experience in a business office performing typing and filing duties is preferred.‚  Word processing experience is preferred. ‚  ‚  ‚  ‚  ‚  ‚  ‚  ‚  ‚  ‚  ‚  ‚  ‚  ‚  ‚  ‚  ‚  ‚  ‚  ‚  ‚  ‚  ‚  ‚  ‚  ‚  ‚  ‚  CHICAGO PARK DISTRICT

DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN RESOURCES

‚  POSITION DESCRIPTION TITLE: PARK SUPERVISOR ‚  DUTIES:‚  Supervises staff responsible for teaching, coaching and leading recreation and leisure activities. Plans develops and supervises athletic and recreation program activities at CPD location including, basketball, baseball, gymnastics, floor hockey and other organized sports.‚  Coordinates and oversees leisure and cultural program activities including, table games, preschool classes, seasonal theme parties, as well as music, drama, crafts and art crafts instruction.‚  Plans, promotes and oversees onsite Park District camp programs.‚  Develops and plans activities, allocates staff, schedules facilities and oversees day-to-day activities of camps. Supervises staff responsible for cleaning and maintenance activities at assigned park facility.‚  Park Supervisor is accountable for maintenance as well as general safety at park locations, initiates work order requests and emergency repairs at park facility and other assigned location.‚  Maintains inventory of equipment and supplies at assigned facility.‚  Maintains a variety of records covering course registration fees collected, timekeeping/payroll, accidents and other routine reports.‚  Schedules, organizes and oversees activities at various athletic leagues and tournaments.‚  Schedules and coordinates use of facility by community groups.‚  Ensures that fields and/or other facilities are properly maintained. Works with community and advisory groups to determine recreation and leisure needs, interests and areas for improvement.‚  Publicizes park programs and events through a variety of sources.‚  Recruits, screens and trains volunteers to assist in various park program activities. Develops and enforces rules for safety of staff and patrons at park facility. ‚  MINIMUM QUALIFICATION:‚  Bachelor's Degree in Physical Education, Recreation, Leisure Studies, Park Management or related field plus 3 years of recreation supervisory experience required. Bachelor's Degree plus one year experience as a CPD Playground Supervisor also qualifies for this position.‚  Requirement may be temporarily waived for applicants who have total of 8 years or more experience as Instructor/Playground Supervisor, providing (1) and at least 2 of these years have been as Playground Supervisor and (2) they agree to complete the required Bachelor's Degree within 2 years of their appointment as Park Supervisor.

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DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN RESOURCES

‚  POSITION DESCRIPTION TITLE:‚  SPECIAL RECREATION INSTRUCTOR ‚  DUTIES:‚  Plans and implements a community recreation curriculum and teaches a variety of physical, leisure, adapted aquatics and recreational activities to citizens with disabilities and to other special populations.‚  Instructs and supervises Park District patrons involved in sports, games and recreation and athletics.‚  Demonstrates proper techniques and skills for recreation and athletic activities.‚  Accompanies, supervises and coaches athletes at local, regional, national and international special olympics, paraolympics and other scheduled events. ‚  Evaluates individual skill levels and assesses the leisure capacity of program participants.‚  Develops and identifies realistic recreation and athletic goals for patrons with disabilities and other special populations.‚  Enforces and promotes safety guidelines for specialized recreation and athletic activities.‚  Helps develop and promote the Park District therapeutic recreation program.‚  Contributes to program management in the areas of planning, monitoring and training program volunteers.‚  Provides technical supervision for personnel assigned to work with participants.‚  Issues and maintains an inventory of recreation equipment and supplies.‚  Sets up recreation apparatus and equipment.‚  Performs general administrative duties including but not limited to registration, fee collection, maintenance of health records and parental release forms, and other record keeping duties, Supervises unorganized play and enforces Park District rules and regulations.‚  Conducts and attends workshops and in-service training seminars. ‚  MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:‚  Completion of at least 20 credit hours in an accredited college or university in Therapeutic Recreation, Physical Education, Recreation or a closely related field plus one year experience in Therapeutic Recreation, or an equivalent combination of education and experience is required.‚  An Associate of Arts degree in one of these fields is recommended.‚  A Bachelor of Arts degree is preferred.‚  Certification Requirement:‚  Valid CPR certification from the American Red Cross or other nationally recognized organization.‚  Certification Recommended:‚  Therapeutic Recreation Assistant or Specialist (National Council for Therapeutic Certification), Adapted Aquatics Instructor, Water Safety Instructor, Special Olympics Sport Coach (various). ‚  POSITION DESCRIPTION TITLE:‚  SPECIAL RECREATION LEADER ‚  DUTIES:‚  Facilitates participating of individuals with disabilities in therapeutic recreation programs. Assist in scheduling and conducting tournaments and leagues. Supervises recreation activities and functions as an official where necessary. Spots for tumbling and gymnastics, performs demonstrations and leads small groups in drills and agility exercises. Supervises unorganized play and athletic activity at Chicago Park District facilities encourages and enforces safety standards. Issues, collects and maintains recreation recreational equipment supplied for public use. Assists therapeutic recreation staff in conducting simple arts, crafts, drama, music, physical, and other recreational activities. Assists in the operation of day camp activities. ‚  MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:‚  One-year experience working with individuals with disabilities is required. ‚  ‚  ‚  ‚  ‚  ‚  ‚  ‚  ‚  CHICAGO PARK DISTRICT

DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN RESOURCES

‚  POSITION DESCRIPTION TITLE:‚  STUDENT INTERN ‚  DUTIES:‚  Assists and participates in the analysis and evaluation of budgetary and financial data.‚  Assists in program coordination and evaluation.‚  Prepares and reviews various reports and resolves discrepancies with supervisor.‚  Attends meetings when necessary with the other officials and organizations or as a representative of an executive.‚  Conducts research related to a variety of special projects and prepares reports.‚  Assists in the coordination of programs and communication components of assigned projects.‚  Provides technical assistance for incorporating effective administrative practices into planning agendas.‚  Works with other departments when needed to promote effective communication and liaison activities related to programs, projects and various reports.‚  May prepare spreadsheets and graphic presentations for meetings. ‚  MINIMIUM QUALIFICATIONS:‚  Enrolled in a college or university or Bachelors degree or enrollment in a graduate program or an equivalent combination of training and experience.‚  ‚  ‚  ‚  ‚  ‚  ‚  ‚  ‚  ‚  ‚  ‚  ‚  ‚  ‚  ‚  ‚  ‚  ‚  ‚  ‚  ‚  ‚  ‚  ‚  ‚  ‚  ‚  ‚  ‚  ‚  ‚  ‚  ‚  ‚  ‚  ‚  ‚  ‚  ‚  ‚  ‚  ‚  ‚  ‚  ‚  ‚  ‚  ‚  ‚  ‚ 
CHICAGO PARK DISTRICT
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ADMINISTRATION

BID ANNOUNCEMENT

‚  ‚  Note: This opportunity is for current Chicago Park District employees and members in good standing of SEIU-Local 73 only. ‚  BID APPLICATION PERIOD: 01/12/09 -- 05/11/09 ‚  SUBMIT BID APPLICATIONS TO: Chicago Park District 541 N. Fairbanks Ct., Chicago Illinois 60611, 312-742-5220. ‚  ‚  Title: Laborer (S) 2009 Starting Seasonal Salary: $16.53 per hour Department:‚  Department of Natural Resources ‚  DUTIES:‚  Operates a hand lawn mower.‚  Picks up paper. Spades, seeds, waters and rakes lawn areas.‚  Sweeps walks and roadway gutters.‚  Digs, waters, rolls and marks with lines, softball and baseball diamonds, running tracks, tennis courts and football fields.‚  Cleans catch basins.‚  Removes snow and ice.‚  Spreads sanding materials and makes and maintains ice for skating.‚  Operates special equipment.‚  Loads and unloads trucks.‚  Performs labor work in connection with removing, planting or trimming trees.‚  Digs trenches.‚  Assists in sowing flower beds and performs necessary maintenance work in greenhouses. ‚  MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:‚  Experience in performing manual labor work.‚  Must be at least eighteen (18) years of age.

Loan Processors - Immediate Openings!

Keywords: Loan Processors - Immediate Openings! Description: We currently have 50+ openings for Loan Processors for our client located in Rolling Meadows! Do you have Loan Processing experience? Does your pipeline consist of 30-70 loans? Do have experience processing Government Loans? Do you have at least 2-3 years of recent experience? If you answered "yes" to all of these questions, then we would like to talk to you immediately! For immediate consideration, please contact one of our local offices: O'Hare Branch @ 773-380-0800 Schaumburg Branch @ 847-310-8230 You can also email a copy of your resume to Tiffany Byrd at Tiffany.Byrd@adeccona.com. We are not looking for candidates that have experience as loan officers or loan originators. Candidates that don't have experience as Loan Processors will not be considered! Experience: Ideal Candidate Profile
  • HS Diploma or equivalent and college degree or course work towards a degree is preferred
  • 2+ years - Functional in Mortgage Processing and Must have Government Lending - FHA, VA
  • 3-5 years of prior Mortgage Lending/Financial Service experience
  • Understands the forms, systems and terminology relevant to the mortgage industry as needed to perform the job
  • Effective verbal and written communication skills
  • Works efficiently under time pressure; organizes work efficiently
  • Computer literate