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Posted 4 days ago

Administrative Assistant

Company: Design Toscano Inc.
Category: Office & Administration


Type: Full Time

Design Toscano Inc., a small business, is looking to add an Administrative Assistant to their Fulfillment Operations team. The position will be responsible for providing administrative support to all fulfillment operations and requires working knowledge of MS Office and Excel, as well as the ability to multitask in a fast-paced environment. The successful candidate must be organized, detail-oriented, and possess good communication skills. Bi-lingual English/Spanish is a plus. This is an 8 hour shift Monday through Friday. Starting salary is $18.00 an hour. They offer benefits and PTO.
Responsibilities are listed below. Interested candidates may send their resume to

  • Organizing and preparing orders being released to the warehouse.
  • Preparing packing lists, commercial invoices, and bills of lading.
  • Sorting and labeling of outbound orders.
  • Processing of returned products and creating records.
  • Good communication with customer service department.
  • Provide administrative support to warehouse as needed.
Posted 4 days ago

Rapid Rehousing Housing Navigator

Company: DuPage PADS
Category: Business, Nonprofit, Social Work


Type: Full Time

DuPage Pads seeks a Housing Navigator to join their team. The Housing Navigator is responsible for creating and maintaining relationships with landlord, private and non‐profit, who will work with the agency’s clients. This position will work closely with the case management staff to assist persons participating in DuPage Pads’ services in identifying appropriate housing opportunities. Responsibilities are the following:

  • Operates within the DuPage Pads Core Values, which supports providing care in accordance with the Trauma Informed Policy and Practices of the Agency.
  • Outreach to community, business owners, realtors, landlords, housing developers and other service providers to identify new and existing leasing opportunities and build strong relationships to better assist clients in accessing housing.
  • Maintain a Housing Directory which should at minimum include documentation of all contacts with housing providers including corporation name if applicable, name of contact, address, phone, date of contact and results of contact.
  • Sustain landlord relationships and address needs to ensure continued partnership on behalf of clients.
  • Provide housing availability to the agency’s team, including the Rapid Rehousing Team and encompassing all programs – TBRA, HoH, TBRA, and Housing NOW, in an efficient and timely manner.
  • Connect with agency departments regarding client housing needs.
  • Assist families as needed during their move into housing. Such assistance may include viewing of potential apartments, organizing donated furnishings, coordinating movers, and coordinating transportation.
  • Maintain documentation of leases, housing contacts and other pertinent information in accordance with agency and best standard practice.
  • Coordinate turnover of leased units for new occupants which may include arranging for item removal, cleaning, and repairs.
  • Research housing topics, collect and organize housing information for staff.
  • May include some case management as assigned.
  • Participate in staff meetings and trainings as directed by supervisor.
Posted 4 days ago

Polishing Technician

Company: Bales Metal Surface Solutions
Category: Manufacturing

 Downers Grove

Type: Full Time

Bales Metal Surface Solutions is seeking a Polishing Technician to join their team. This position will be responsible for applying finishes according to customer requirements. The candidate must be able to accurately follow written procedures and be able to inspect raw and finished product using a variety of inspection methods and equipment. Responsibilities:

  • Prepare parts for diamond polishing.
  • Inspect parts after diamond polishing.
  • Maintain a clean and safe work environment.
  • Maintain handheld tools and power equipment.
  • Work to ensure safe practices and company policies and procedures are being followed.
  • Work closely with department and production supervisors to coordinate and schedule priorities on the line.
  • Reads and accurately interpret shop paperwork, provides feedback on issues and changes.
Posted 5 days ago

Standards Engineer (EEII)

Company: City of Naperville
Category: Engineering


Type: Full Time

The City of Naperville seeks an Electrical Engineer II. The Electrical Engineer II position reviews plans and specifications for utility system construction, provides professional consultation on construction in progress, and performs professional engineering work in the design of electric utility system development and improvements. Project assignments typically include electric utility infrastructure design and development, the prepa­ration of equipment specifications, and responsibilities for meeting completion dates, bidding specifications and contracts, design reviews and cost constraints.  Duties:

  • Designs electric distribution and/or substation systems. Prepares engineering plans and specifications. Directs drafting work as needed. May coordinate designs with other electrical or City projects.
  • Coordinates activities of contractors in the construction of electric systems as required. Prepares correspondence and communicates with contractors, developers, electric operations, and other departments.
  • Prepares and maintains planning drawings and documentation.
  • Creates new and revises existing Engineering specifications. Research new industry standards, technology, means, and methods.
  • Verifies construction in progress in the field.
  • Prepares cost estimates and reviews invoices.
  • Draws plans when required.
  • May research property records to ascertain right-of-way. Reviews easement documents.
  • Reviews projects prepared by subordinates and coordinates workload.
  • May develop manuals and specifications for electrical system construction.
  • Reports project status to management. Maintains project and personal activity records.
  • Attends and/or schedules various meetings including preconstruction, coordination, and conceptual design.
  • May provide research programming in various aspects of personal computers.
  • Provides information and answers questions for the general public.
  • May prepare and evaluate bidding documents, department’s standards, and specifications.
  • Provides computerized load flow analysis.
  • Maintains computerized model of the distribution system.
Posted 5 days ago

Network Engineer

Company: City of Naperville
Category: Engineering, IT


Type: Full Time

The City of Naperville is looking for a Network Engineer to work for its Electric Utility. This Network Engineer will be responsible for installing, maintaining, monitoring, supporting, and optimizing data communication networks within the Smart Grid Network and SCADA network in order to provide maximum performance, availability for the end users, and application teams. They will also configure and deploy reporting and monitoring tools to effectively manage network performance utilizing key metrics. Salary: up to $111,223.33 per year, dependent on qualifications. Duties:

  • Design and implement network additions/modifications to support Utility and IT initiatives.
  • Install, upgrade, and troubleshoot a variety of software, hardware and infrastructure which may include, but is not limited to: firewalls, routers, switches, servers, storage, VPNs, data backup and virtual infrastructure in the Utility IT, OT, and ICS networks.
  • Build and maintain network documentation of networks and server rooms.
  • Maintain network to maximize network availability, security, and data integrity for internal and remote users.
  • Optimize performance of network systems use of network monitoring utilities.
  • Perform network maintenance including patching network devices, applying hotfixes, and security configurations.
  • Troubleshoot and communicate network issues to staff and management.
  • Implement disaster recovery and/or incident response procedures.
  • Perform network baselining for Utility IT network.
  • Remediate vulnerabilities from network and participates in Utilities vulnerability management initiatives.
  • Assist OT Security Engineer in building and maintaining the Utility OT Network consistent with NERC CIP regulations/guidelines.
  • Resource for technology related projects. Lead project teams in the creation, evaluation, modification and implementation of network configurations to maximize network efficiency consistent with the Utilities existing technology investments and long-term strategic plan.
  • Prepare bid specifications for equipment, software and maintenance of the Utility networks; review bids and recommend awards based on compliance with specification to supervisor. Procure equipment as necessary according to established budgets.
  • Develop and maintain systems networking addressing required for effective connectivity and security, including IP addressing plus server, domain, and workstation identification; establishes documentation for the systems addressing process.
  • Prepare written materials (e.g., procedures, documentation, diagrams, and reports) for the purpose of documenting activities, providing written reference and/or conveying information.
  • Provide training for other technical support staff focusing on the development of efficient PC and network hardware/software troubleshooting techniques.
  • Monitor trends in the computer industry to ensure maximum capability of computer equipment. Attend meetings, workshops and seminars for the purpose of conveying and/or gathering information required to perform functions.
  • Assist OT Security Engineer in building and maintaining the Utility OT Network consistent with NERC CIP regulations/guidelines.
  • Serve as a backup to System & Network Administrators and assume system/network administration responsibilities as assigned. Assist DPU-E IT Team in resolving level 2 and 3 end user issues as escalated.
Posted 5 days ago

Mapping Technician

Company: City of Naperville
Category: Designing, Geography, Technician


Type: Full Time

The City of Naperville is currently looking for a Mapping Technician. The Mapping Technician designs projects using CAD and GIS programs based on information provided by Electrical and Fiber Engineers. This position updates GIS and CAD data based on field changes, supporting mapping and engineering sections. Duties:

  • Enters and maintains data in electronic files, including both CAD and GIS data.
  • Prepares engineering construction drawings for Electrical and Fiber work orders, as directed by Engineers. This includes 1-Line and Duct Bank maps.
  • Updates or creates CAD drawings to be included in Engineering Standards documents for Electric and Fiber equipment.
  • Reviews CAD files submitted by vendors, and updates as needed to meet departmental specifications.
  • Assists GIS Analyst in generating, plotting and distributing departmental hardcopy maps.
  • Performs data updates in GIS based on Electrical and Fiber work orders, and other mapping requests as needed.  Maintains the quality and integrity of the department’s GIS network data.
  • May perform field inspections to resolve data discrepancies.
Posted 5 days ago

Maintenance Technician

Company: City of Naperville
Category: Maintenance, Technician


Type: Full Time

The City of Naperville Maintenance Technicians are responsible for repairing, installing, and maintaining a variety of City facility systems and/or other equipment while participating in in-house construction projects. They have a position open. Pay is $26.63 hourly. Duties are the following:

  • Performs preventive maintenance on plumbing, heating and cooling apparatus, and electrical devices and fixtures.
  • Repairs and installs plumbing fixtures, heating and cooling apparatus, and electrical devices and fixtures.
  • Performs painting duties as needed.
  • Fabricates and finishes wood products.
  • Operates and maintains shop and other power equipment.
  • Plows, shovels and removes snow during winter months and participates in the City’s overall snow/de-icing operation.
  • Moves, rearranges and installs furniture systems.
  • Installs and finishes drywall, paneling and other masonry as needed.
  • Works with all levels of staff on related projects and duties as assigned.
  • Has an understanding or background in Life Safety Operations. (Fire Suppression Systems, Fire Detection Systems)
Posted 5 days ago

Building Maintenance Supervisor

Company: City of Naperville
Category: Maintenance, Management


Type: Full Time

City of Naperville has a Building Maintenance Supervisor position open. The Building Maintenance Supervisor is responsible for the successful day-to-day operations of the maintenance of public buildings of the City of Naperville. The two main goals of this position are 1) To preserve the city’s significant investment in facilities where we base resources that provide essential services to our residents and, 2) To meet the expectations of our internal customers to the best of our abilities. The Building Maintenance Supervisor oversees and directs the maintenance of mechanical and structural building facility elements and custodial services and supervises Maintenance Technicians and Custodians. Salary: $68,149.00 – $86,083.00 annually. Some of the duties of the position will include:

  • Supervise and manage the operation, preventative maintenance, and repair of building facility components in addition to custodial services, visiting locations on a daily basis.
  • Prioritize, plan, assign, direct and track projects, work orders and preventative maintenance activities.
  • Assist in planning and implementing work projects and work methods, utilizing current and future technologies.
  • Recommend new technology and participate in the development of technology to track asset information and project activities.
  • Oversee contractor service for the inspection, installation, and repair of mechanical equipment, building systems, external support systems, job order contracted projects, Capital Improvement Projects and building renovations.
  • Supervise large scale programs such as winter operations.
  • Assist in project management and construction as required.
  • Schedule equipment for inspections, maintenance and repairs.
Posted 5 days ago

Administrative Assistant II

Company: City of Naperville
Category: Office & Administration


Type: Full Time

The City of Naperville is looking for an Administrative Assistant II to provide support for the Electrical Utility. Under general supervision, the Administrative Assistant II will provide moderately complex administrative, secretarial, and clerical support for the department. Salary is $21.79 – $33.26 hourly. Duties:

  • Prepares correspondence, memos, reports, lists, minutes, and other documents as directed.
  • Contributes to the work management section of the utility by updating operations and engineering work schedules.
  • Works with residential and commercial customers on renewable energy grants and processes grant applications for payment by the utility and IMEA.
  • Responds to internal and external customer requests and serves as the initial contact point for all sections of the Electric Utility.
  • Coordinates joint work agreements with outside entities for whom the Electric Utility installs underground equipment.
  • Enters requisitions and utilizes the enterprise resource planning system to ensure invoices as well as department travel are processed in a timely manner.
  • Performs research and project work of moderate complexity, as assigned.
Posted 5 days ago


Company: Precision Millwright and Machine Inc.
Category: Maintenance, Manufacturing & Assembly

 Villa Park

Type: Full Time

Precision Millwright and Machine Inc. seeks a Millwright to join their team. Responsibilities are the following:

  • Align machines and equipment, using hoists, jacks, hand tools, squares, rules, and micrometers.
  • Assemble and install equipment, using hand tools and power tools.
  • Drill holes in concrete to anchor machines to the floor
  • Replace worn, damaged, or defective mechanical parts.
  • Adjust equipment to ensure optimal performance.
  • Maintain work equipment or machinery.
  • Weld, repair, and fabricate equipment or machinery.
  • Level machines or equipment.
  • Dismantle heavy equipment or machinery.
  • Operate cranes, hoists, or other moving or lifting equipment.
  • Dismantle machinery and equipment for shipment to installation site, usually performing installation and maintenance work as part of team.
Posted 5 days ago

Emergency Management Coordinator

Company: City of Warrenville
Category: Coordinator, Local Government


Type: Part Time

The City of Warrenville is accepting applications for the position of Emergency Management Coordinator. This position coordinates disaster-planning efforts between all City departments, other municipalities, and governmental Districts, Railroads, DuPage County Office of Emergency Management, IEMA, FEMA, and the Business Community.
Some of the Essential Job Functions of an employee of this class are:

  • Must be present during City wide sponsored events. Serves as the primary resource responsible for directing emergency preparedness activities, ensuring procedures and policies are current, and making evacuation decisions during an emergency or inclement weather.
  • Keep informed of activities or changes that could affect the likelihood of an emergency, as well as those that could affect response efforts and details of plan implementation.
  • Maintain and update the city’s Emergency Operations Plan and citywide disaster drills.
  • Prepare emergency situation status reports that describe response and recovery efforts, needs, and preliminary damage assessments.
  • Coordinate disaster response or crisis management activities, such as ordering evacuations, opening public shelters, and implementing special needs plans and programs.
  • Conduct natural, human-caused, and technological hazards assessments including the development of hazard mitigation plans, Threat and Hazard Identification and Risk Assessments (THIRA), hazard vulnerability assessments, or other emergency management planning processes.
Posted 5 days ago

Grant Accounting Manager – Business Services

Company: Midwestern University
Category: Accounting & Finance, Management

 Downers Grove

Type: Full Time

Midwestern University is seeking a highly motivated and experienced Grant Accounting Manager to join its Business Services team. Reporting directly to the Director of Accounting, the Grant Accounting Manager will be responsible for providing accounting services for both intramural and extramural sponsored projects. This includes budget monitoring, financial reporting, compliance monitoring, expense approval, financial projections, invoicing, and cash drawdowns. The Grant Accounting Manager will serve as the primary Business Services contact for faculty performing research and other funded projects.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Determine allocability, allowability, and reasonableness of expenses based on government rules, agency guidelines, contractual limitations, and/or institutional policy.
  • Prepare and post journal entries to accurately record grant activity into the ledger.
  • Design, prepare and submit financial reports and schedules for internal and external parties including researchers, agencies, auditors, and management.
  • Prepare periodic time and effort reports and monitor for compliance.
  • Coordinate with Office of Research and Sponsored Programs (ORSP) to establish accounting mechanisms for new grants and contracts including establishing GL structures, loading budgets, creating relevant coding across systems and templates, and training users of the accounts on relevant policies and procedures.
  • Participate in the development of fringe and indirect cost rate proposals to the University’s cognizant agency.
  • Record faculty grant incentive recaptured salary activity and coordinate the payment of appropriate incentives on a quarterly basis.
  • Prepare and submit annual informational reports including the NSF Survey, internal performance reports, and reports requested by accrediting bodies.
  • Coordinate with Student Financial Services on the management of the Federal Work Study grant including reconciliations with Department of Education required reporting.
  • Manage all university funded intramural research grant and faculty startup fund accounts.
  • Request payment from agencies for grant and contract expenditures.
    Ongoing Post-award financial management of grants and contracts to include:
  • Oversee all aspects of financial accounting and reporting for grants and contracts received by the University.
  • Create new accounts in the ledger and provide training and orientation to award recipients.
  • Prepare ad hoc financial reports and projections, monitor budget and expense approvals, and perform salary allocations, cost transfers, and budget transfers within relevant budget and agency parameters.
    Monthly Accounting Responsibilities:
  • Posting of activity to the ledger for month-end close including revenue recognition, fringe benefits, indirect costs, accrual of administrative cost allowances, and per diem rates from service centers.
  • Manage invoicing and cash drawdowns.
  • Perform account reconciliations and payment postings.
    Quarterly Financial and Operational Responsibilities:
  • Develop time and effort reports and faculty incentive payment calculations.
    Annual Responsibilities:
  • Prepare and submit the NSF survey and agency-required annual reporting.
  • Prepare the Schedule of Federal Expenditures.
  • Manage the annual audits by preparing reports and schedules for financial statements audits and Uniform Guidance federal funds audits.
Posted 5 days ago

Student Counselor

Company: Midwestern University
Category: Social Work

 Downers Grove

Type: Full Time

Midwestern University has a Student Counselor position open. The Student Counselor assists students in resolving personal and academic problems that produce emotional stress and adversely affect their educational progress. Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Meet with students one-on-one to discuss personal, emotional, and other student concerns and develop strategies to improve the emotional well-being of students.
  • Develop educational/supportive materials for students to help disperse information regarding solutions to common personal and academic issues students experience.
  • Assess and develop treatment plans and modify plans for students continued success. Refer for outside care as needed.
  • Maintain required documentation, progress notes, triage paperwork, assessment, email and phone exchanges, and collateral contacts in the electronic medical record.
  • Develop and provide outreach programs for the campus community including, but not limited to presentations to faculty/staff, classes and student groups.
  • Be present and available to offer emotional support to students experiencing unanticipated crises.
  • Provide consultations as need to faculty and staff regarding student concerns.
  • Provide psycho-educational presentations to faculty, staff, and students as assigned.
  • Develop and facilitate therapeutic groups to students.
  • Attend weekly clinical case consultation meetings and present cases as needed.
  • Attend weekly staff meeting with the clinical and academic support team.
Posted 5 days ago

Research Assistant – Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics

Company: Midwestern University
Category: Research

 Downers Grove

Type: Full Time

Midwestern University is seeking a Research Assistant for the Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics Department. The Research Assistant provides research support to the research endeavors of the faculty of the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics. The Research Assistant is expected to assist in the training of students, design and execution of research experiments, collection and analysis of data, generation of figures and presentations for the collected data, and revising manuscripts that involves these data. Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Performs standard research procedures in cell and molecular biology (western blot, RT-PCR, qPCR, chromatin immunoprecipitations, cell culture, RNA & DNA purification, molecular cloning, etc.) under supervision of senior members.
  • Performs other duties that may include working with laboratory mice.
  • Assists in the development of new protocols.
  • Graphs and analyzes data.
  • Performs literature searches for protocols and approaches.
  • Keeps an accurate lab notebook.
  • Responsible for maintaining cleanliness, repair, and organization of lab.
  • Responsible for recordkeeping, maintenance and disposal associated with lab equipment and chemicals.
  • Adheres to laboratory safety procedures.
  • Obtains quotes and performs ordering and receiving duties for lab supplies.
  • Contributes to abstract submissions and poster preparation.
Posted 5 days ago

Manager of Alumni Relations

Company: Midwestern University
Category: Management, Marketing, Planning

 Downers Grove

Type: Full Time

Midwestern University has an Alumni Relations Manager position open. The Manager of Alumni Relations is a dynamic role that is responsible for planning, marketing, and executing all national alumni events. This position plays an integral role in building relationships with alumni leadership and assists with developing strategic communications that engages alumni and keeps them connected to the university. Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Manage all aspects of event planning for alumni with a goal of enhancing the prominence and positive profile of the university in the alumni community.
  • Cultivate and build relationships with alumni leaders such as the Alumni Senate, Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine (CCOM) Board of Governors, Alumni Diversity Council, and the College of Pharmacy Alumni Council.
  • Support the development team by identifying key alumni and prospective alumni donors.
  • Develop new alumni programs to engage additional constituents.
  • Work with respective college and university leaders to create ways to enhance and strengthen existing and emerging alumni associations.
  • Create marketing communications to alumni, including e-newsletters, email, social networks, letters, and brochures with an emphasis on keeping alumni informed, engaged, and connected.
  • Serve as a representative for MWU at various alumni conferences and receptions.
  • Engage in campus and community outreach, and other duties, as assigned by the Assistant Director of Development and Alumni Relations.
  • Serve as a production assistant on alumni webinars.
  • 25% travel to local and national events.