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Posted 4 days ago

Engineering Technician

Company: City of Naperville
Category: Technician

 Naperville, Remotely

Type: Full Time

The City of Naperville’s Transportation, Engineering and Development (TED) Business Group seeks a talented, self-motivated Engineering Technician to perform vital technical functions related to Transportation, Engineering, Planning and Development. This position is a member of the Technical Team and performs a wide variety of related tasks. Work performed by the Technical Team includes surveying, assisting with plan preparation for roadway maintenance programs, reviewing plans and plats in support of new development, conducting traffic and transportation studies, and inputting, maintaining, and utilizing Geographic Information Systems (GIS) data. The Technical Team also provides support on department software platforms including Cityworks and Tyler Enterprise Permitting and Licensing. The Engineering Technician works in collaboration with other members of their team and regularly interacts with staff from other teams within the department, as well as other departments throughout the City of Naperville. This position has the potential to be a hybrid work environment, with some duties being completed in-office and some duties being completed remotely.

Posted 4 days ago

Network Security Engineer

Company: City of Naperville
Category: IT

 Naperville

Type: Full Time

City of Naperville has a Network Security Engineer position open. The Network Security Engineer is part of the IT Department for the City of Naperville which makes use of Cloud and local resources. As a member of the prestigious What Works Cities initiative, Naperville will improve results for their residents through data and evidence. It is crucial that the City’s IT Department continue to develop a team that understands the complexities of a cloud-based, on-prem and hybrid environments to further the City’s goal to provide services that ensure a high quality of life for our residents and also be a high-performing government entity in the technology space.  The Network Security Engineer is a key member of this team. Salary: Up to $88,188 – commensurate with experience. Duties:

  • Installs, upgrades, troubleshoots and repairs a variety of software, hardware and infrastructure, including firewalls, routers, switches, servers, storage, Voice over IP (VoIP) phone system, data backup and virtual infrastructure.
  • Monitors security advisory guidance to ensure all necessary network security updates, patches and preventive measures are in place. Uses tools to test the efficacy of in place services, servers, and network devices, to validate patches and other security measures are working as designed.
  • Perform vulnerability scans, application whitelisting, sandbox testing, and review.
  • Installs, maintains, monitors and troubleshoots firewalls, intrusion prevention/detection systems and other network and server infrastructure to ensure the security and integrity of the City’s information systems. OS and device patch review.
  • Acts as a lead staff resource for network implementation and network security related projects.
  • Leads project teams in creating, evaluating, modifying and implementing network configurations to maximize network efficiency, in alignment with existing technology investments and long-term strategic plans. 
Posted 4 days ago

Procurement and Accounts Payable Manager

Company: City of Naperville
Category: Finance, Management

 Naperville

Type: Full Time

The City of Naperville is looking for a Financial Professional to manage, direct and coordinate the activities and personnel of the procurement and accounts payable team. This position is responsible for the overall development and implementation of purchasing strategies and work processes for the City. Duties:

  • Manages and directs the procurement and accounts payable team, including assignment of work activities and monitoring of workflow.
  • Provides policy advice to the City administration, assuring City procurement processes are in line with the Procurement Code.
  • Promotes collaborative procurement and accounts payable efforts to drive efficiency across departments and with other municipal entities and vendors.
  • Directs and participates in the analysis, review and award of all City bids and proposals in accordance with applicable laws, regulations and procedures.
  • Directs and participates in the analysis, review and processing of all vendor payments in accordance with applicable laws, regulations and procedures.
  • Directs and participates in the review and preparation of the annual 1099 filings and unclaimed property reporting and the semi-annual stale check processing,
  • Oversees the City’s travel policy; provides direction to the accounts payable team and departments regarding the implementation of the policy.
  • Oversees the City’s procurement card program and works cooperatively with the Procurement Card Administrator regarding the implementation of the program.
  • Builds and nurtures relationships with Business Partners including City Departments, External Vendors, Finance Department Peers and other key groups.
  • Responsible for the follow-up on any contract non-performance issues with vendors.
  • Attends council meetings, as required, to explain bids, proposals, and waiver of bid recommendations.
  • Attends resident group meetings for discussions related to procurement and accounts payable processes and city contracts.
  • Recommends the revision of rules and regulations in the Purchasing Ordinances.  Responsible for maintaining records to support City procurement processes and finalized contracts.
Posted 4 days ago

Accounts Receivable Clerk

Company: City of Naperville
Category: Accounts

 Naperville

Type: Full Time

The City of Naperville’s Finance Department is looking for an Accounts Receivable Clerk to join its multi-tasking accounting team. This clerk is responsible for providing customer service and processing payments in the form of cash, check and credit card from patrons for monies owed to the city. The AR Clerk scans items, provides change, balances drawer, and prepares bank deposit and performs a variety of clerical duties including management of record system(s), maintenance of reports, data entry, fee processing and research. Duties:

  • Handling cash, check and credit card transactions with customers.
  • Responsible for daily downloads of electronic payments and application of these payments in various systems.
  • Assist with entry of payments received via wire transfers and electronic payment methods.
  • Research and rectify exception payments to determine correct allocation.
  • Issue receipts, change, petty cash, tax stamps, A/P checks, parking permits, smart cards, yard waste stickers and other Finance service items.
  • Maintain record systems and provide responses and documentation to requests for information.
  • Audit/balance cash drawer, petty cash fund, yard waste stickers, transfer stamps, CBD permits and other Finance goods and prepares daily bank deposit.
  • Resolve customer inquiries and complaints, providing relevant information and adhering to ordinances, procedures, policies and practices.
  • Follow department policies regarding security of customer information.
  • Index, prepare and file information according to established record keeping system.
  • Provide input and assist with various departmental projects – including testing of new processes and systems.
Posted 4 days ago

Senior Communications Specialist

Company: City of Naperville
Category: Communications

 Naperville

Type: Full Time

The City of Naperville has a Senior Communications Specialist position open. Duties of this position are the following:

  • Independently develop, manage, and implement comprehensive and strategic external and internal communication projects, including writing, editing, and managing key presentations and messages and building support among stakeholders and partners.
  • Regularly draft, edit, and lead the production and distribution of content for the City’s communication channels. Content includes mass notification messages, newsletter articles, press releases, email messages, web pages, videos, infographics, social media messages, fact sheets, posters, flyers, surveys, and how-to guides, among other collateral.
  • Develop strategies and provide leadership in the upkeep and advancement of the City’s communication efforts, specifically in the areas of website management, social media use, and policy development.
  • Formally supervise the team’s Communications Specialists, in addition to collaborating strategically with other Senior Communications Specialists on the creation and implementation of innovative training approaches for the department.
  • Provide project management services to multiple departments and ensure internal and external communication is considered throughout a project life cycle.
  • Provide executive writing support, including independently crafting speeches, talking points, and/or accompanying presentations and drafts letters, memorandums, and/or board and commission agenda items as directed.
  • Deliver sound and timely communications counsel around message strategy and development, crisis communications, media relations, and reputation management to internal staff, including department directors and the Office of the Mayor.
  • Regularly review and update communications-related policies and procedures to ensure compliance with legal mandates and best practices.
  • Work with technical experts and legal stakeholders to ensure communications compliance with all relevant policies while crafting easily understood public messaging.
  • Regularly evaluate and provide feedback on the effectiveness of communication approaches both externally and internally to improve message design and delivery.
  • Act as a brand steward for the City by advising on appropriate brand guidelines for communications and documents.
  • Research new and/or expanded tools to support communication efforts and lead on procurement, implementation, training, and day-to-day use of appropriate technologies within the Communications Department.
  • Coordinate and facilitate vendor relationships for communication tools.
  • Provide event coordination, including pre-event logistics, on-site coordination, related messaging and content development and occasional press and media management.
  • Serve as the city spokesperson and provide after-hours communications support to City leaders during emergencies, in the absence of, or at the behest of the Director of Communications.
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the Director of Communications.
Posted 4 days ago

Weatherization Technician

Company: Anura Energy
Category: Technician

 Naperville

Type: Full Time

Anura Energy is seeking Weatherization Technicians to join their team. The Weatherization Technician – AIR (Air Infiltration Reduction) works as a part of the weatherization team to install measures designed to improve the energy efficiency of buildings. The team performs services that reduce the air infiltration of a building, including the installation of home weatherization materials, performing minor building repairs, and associated record keeping. This position also requires a high level of quality customer service, integrity, and reliability. Position Responsibilities:

  • Install weatherization measures in attics and crawlspaces such as:
    • Caulking/Air Sealing
    • Baffle installation
    • Blocking bypasses
    • Duct insulation
    • Attic venting
    • Insulation damming
  • Conduct work in compliance with OSHA and Anura Energy safety procedures.
  • Use hand tools or power tools in a safe manner when installing materials and repairing structures.
  • Use natural problem-solving skills and collaborate as a team to make proper decisions in the field.
  • Work independently on assigned tasks and represent the company in a professional manner.
Posted 4 days ago

Mental Health Technician Trainee – #11746

Company: Illinois Department of Human Services
Category: Healthcare

 Waukegan

Type: Full Time
Agency: Department of Human Services
Closing Date/Time: TBD
Salary: Anticipated Salary: $2,853 – 3,721 per month
Work Hours: 24/7 Variable Shifts
Work Location: Kiley Developmental Disabilities – 1401 W Dugdale Rd Waukegan, IL 60085.
Job Type: Salaried Full Time
County: Lake
Number of Vacancies: 40
Apply Instruction:
To apply, please send your resume to Zhuya.yang@illinois.gov.
Position Overview
Under immediate supervision, for a period of time from six and not to exceed twelve months, receives instruction and training in providing care for individuals with developmental disabilities; attends formal classes for instruction in routine nursing practices and techniques, behavior intervention, skill development and to gain elementary understanding of the causes, nature and treatment of intellectual disabilities, performs routine task in providing care for individuals with developmental disabilities, including conducting activities and programs, documenting data regarding the individual’s response to care and programs, and escorting individuals to participate in the receipt of community services.
Job Responsibilities
1. Actively participates in classroom and on-the-job training in the basic elements of nursing care, first aid, and hygiene. Receives a minimum of 120 hours in formal classroom training and a minimum of 400 hours in on-the-job training, and provides personal care services for individuals’ in bathing, toileting, dressing and feeding. Assists and encourages individual in caring of themselves to become more independent. Escorts individuals to various community events and outings. Learns to observe and communicate significant aspects of individuals’’ behavior, physical condition and personal needs; takes and records vital signs. Assists with ambulation and various other physically supportive techniques. Receives training in the policies and procedures associated with implementation of behavior intervention programs and performs these activities under direct observation.
2. Participates in providing active treatment programs and habilitation services for individuals. Verbally interacts with individuals in various activities in a therapeutic manner including physically assisting individuals to perform various activities as well as lifting and transferring individuals in accord with their ambulation skills. Records accurate and timely documentation of individuals’ care and programming in a accord with the guidelines of the Department of Human Services, Division of Developmental Disabilities, Kiley Development Center, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, Heath Care Freedom Act, and Public Health.
3. Escorts individuals and participates in training individuals in residential, social or vocational activities both at Kiley Developmental Center and in other designated locations. Communicates orally and in writing with individuals and other employees. Promptly communicates problems with supervisor which could impede the performance of assigned duties or which are not in accord with facility or Department polices and procedures.
4. Performs light housekeeping tasks to maintain a clean, safe, comfortable and sanitary living environment including spot mopping, cleaning spills, wiping tables, removing trash, securing supplies and equipment, weighing up to a 50 lbs. and making beds. Develops and continuedly maintains awareness for the safety and comfort of individuals at Kiley Development Center.
5. Performs other duties as required or assigned which are reasonably within the scope of the duties enumerated above.
Minimum Qualifications
1. Requires knowledge, skill and mental development equivalent to completion of High school.
Conditions of Employment
1. Requires the ability to lift up to 50 pounds.
2. Requires the ability to meet all agency vaccine/health-related policies and guidance.
3. Requires ability to pass the IDHS background check.
4. Requires ability to pass a drug screen. On January 1, 2020, the Cannabis Regulation and Tax Act made it legal for residents over the age 21 to produce, consume and sell cannabis in Illinois. Please note that although the law has changed, the Department will continue to enforce the Department’s Zero tolerance Drug Testing policy. The use of unauthorized drugs, including cannabis, by an employee, regardless of the position held is prohibited.
Posted 5 days ago

Support Service Coordinator I

Company: Illinois Department of Human Services
Category: Maintenance

 Park Forest

Type: Full Time

Agency: Department of Human Services
Opening Date: 08/11/2022
Closing Date/Time: 08/24/2022
Salary: Anticipated Salary: $3,555 – $4,865 per month
Job Type: Salaried Full Time
County: Cook
Number of Vacancies: 1
Posting Identification Number: 10-72-17469
Position Overview
Under direction of the Business Manager, serves as a designated lead worker to lower-level staff. Provides physical support duties in maintaining a clean, sanitary, safe, physical environment by directly participating and/or directing housekeeping functions of wet and dry mopping, waxing and buffing unit floors, dusting, scrubbing bathrooms and shower rooms, cleaning and disinfecting furniture, cleaning wardrobes, washing drapes, and removing trash. Assists in on-the-job training of new employees, which involves cleaning living units, dining rooms, offices, and laundry. Inspects facilities for cleanliness, sanitation, repairs, etc. Prepares reports such as supply inventories, requisitions, etc. and monitors storage, supplies and equipment usage. Assists the Business Manager in the review and updating of housekeeping and laundry policies and procedures for the facility.
Job Responsibilities
1.Serves us a designated lead worker to lower-level staff.
2.Provides physical support duties in maintaining a clean, sanitary, safe, physical environment by directly participating and/or directing housekeeping functions of wet and dry mopping, waxing and buffing unit floors, dusting, scrubbing bathrooms and shower rooms, cleaning and disinfecting furniture, cleaning wardrobes, washing drapes, and removing trash.
3.Assists in on-the-job training of new employees, which involves cleaning living units, dining rooms, offices, and laundry
4.Inspects facilities for cleanliness, sanitation, repairs, etc.
5.Prepares reports such as supply inventories, requisitions, etc. and monitors storage, supplies and equipment usage.
6.Assists the Business Manager in the review and updating of housekeeping and laundry policies and procedures for the facility.
7.Performs other duties as assigned or required that are reasonably within the scope of duties enumerated above.
Minimum Qualifications
1.Requires knowledge, skill, and mental development equivalent to completion of High School.
2.Requires two (2) years of experience, such as could be gained at the Support Service Provider level in one of the support service functional areas to which assigned.
Conditions of Employment
1.Requires the ability to work after business hours, weekends, and holidays.
2.Requires ability to pass the IDHS background check.
3.Requires ability to pass a drug screen for drugs prohibited from recreational use under Illinois Law.
4.Requires the ability to meet all agency vaccine/health-related policies and guidance.
Work Hours: Mon – Fri, 8:00am – 4:30pm
Work Location: 114 N Orchard Dr Park Forest, IL 60466-1200
Division of Developmental Disabilities Ludeman Developmental Center
Fiscal/Support Services-Housekeeping
Job Family: Facility/Fleet Management; Social Services
All applicants who want to be considered for this position MUST apply electronically through the illinois.jobs2web.com website. State of Illinois employees should click the link near the top left to apply through the SuccessFactors employee career portal.

Posted 5 days ago

Assistant School Director

Company: Children of America
Category: Education

 West Chicago

Type: Full Time

Children of America has an Assistant School Director position open. Responsibilities are the following below. Click on Apply Now to learn more and apply if this is a fit for you.

  • Develop, lead, and retain a talented team of people.
  • Understand, comply and work to exceed all regulations as directed by your state.
  • Continuously pursue enrollment growth through the execution of the COA Experience.
  • Continuously pursue quality care through the execution of our curriculum.
  • Manage all day-to- day operations utilizing COA’s processes, procedures and policies.
  • Meet all COA’s performance standards in terms of operations and education as outlined in your annual budget.
Posted 5 days ago

Lead Teacher – Preschool

Company: Children of America
Category: Education

 West Chicago

Type: Full Time

Children of America is hiring for a Lead Teacher. Requirements for the position are the following below. To learn more about the position, click on Apply Now.

  • Bachelor’s in early childhood preferred
  • 1 year of exp. in a licensed childcare preferred
  • Flexible in challenging situations
  • Strong organizational skills
  • Must be able to build strong relationships
  • Commitment to professional development
  • Effective decision making
  • Must be First Aid/CPR trained
  • Meet all state requirements for position
Posted 6 days ago

Warehouse Presort Mail Sorter (3rd Shift $20.50 per hour)

Company: Pitney Bowes
Category: Warehousing

 Aurora

Type: Full Time

Pitney Bowes is seeking a Warehouse Presort Mail Sorter to join their 3rd shift team. You will do the following:

  • Prepare outgoing metered mail by reviewing proper date, postage, and good quality barcodes prior to being placed into production.
  • Communicate errors and recognize bad barcodes found in the mail.
  • Troubleshoot and remove mail piece jams from machine.
Posted 7 days ago

Engineering Technician

Company: Weaver Consultants Group
Category: Technician

 Naperville

Type: Full Time

Weaver Consultants Group is seeking an Engineering Technician to join their team and do the following below. To learn more about Weaver Consultants, click on Apply Now.

  • Monitoring and documentation of construction activities at solid waste landfill facilities including field inspection and testing of soils and geosynthetic liners. On-site job training will be provided, as necessary. 
  • Your field duties will include the following:  Supervision and performance of construction quality assurance and construction quality control activities in several states, including the construction of landfill components and other environmental control systems; collaboration and coordination with senior staff and management and direction of support staff. 
  • This is a field position that requires out of town assignments that include working 6-7 days per week. This includes having to stay in hotels for extended periods. All travel expenses are covered for out of town assignment.
  • Even though this is a full-time position, it should be realized that this position will have down periods of time due to project scheduling and weather, to include reduced hours and possible layoff during the winter months. Typically, a CQA technician works a full year (2080 hours) within a nine month construction season.
  • This position requires a valid driver’s license, passing a motor vehicle review (MVR), and passing a drug screening.
Posted 7 days ago

Office Coordinator

Company: Illinois Department of Human Services
Category: Office and Administration

 Chicago

Type: Full Time

Agency: Department of Human Services
Opening Date: 08/09/2022
Closing Date/Time: 08/22/2022
Salary: Anticipated Salary: $3,471 – $4,729 per month
Job Type: Salaried Full Time
County: Cook
Number of Vacancies: 1
All applicants who want to be considered for this position MUST apply electronically through the illinois.jobs2web.com website. State of Illinois employees should click the link near the top left to apply through the SuccessFactors employee career portal.
Posting Identification Number 10-91-17230
Position Overview
Under direction, performs paraprofessional and technical office support functions for the Mid-South Office Local Office Administrator. Assists in a variety of office management and support functions. Keyboards a variety of forms, form letters, cards, and records.
Job Responsibilities
1.Keyboards letters, reports, memoranda and directives to staff, regional office personnel, other agencies, and the community.
2.Performs a variety of administrative staff support functions.
3.Maintains files of correspondence, statistical reports, memoranda, and medical inquiries.
4.Receives and directs visitors for Local Office, screens telephone calls for priority and importance and answers questions.
5.Monitors receipt of manual releases/memoranda and updates assistance program manuals, maintains and updates administrative manuals when new releases are received.
6.Follows oral and written instructions, completes technical and complex tasks, accesses automatic office equipment to obtain data and compile reports of pending or outstanding activities.
7.Performs other duties as required or assigned which are reasonably within the scope of duties enumerated above.
Minimum Qualifications
1.Requires knowledge, skills, and mental development equivalent to (2) two years of secretarial/business college, OR Completion of high school and (2) two years of related office experience,
OR (2) two years of independent business experience.
2.Requires ability to keyboard accurately at 30 wpm.
Work Hours: 8:30am – 5:00pm Monday-Friday
Work Location: 1642 W 59th St Chicago, IL 60636-1735
Family & Community Services
Agency Contact: Chelsea.Ekstedt2@illinois.gov
Job Family: Clerical and Administrative Support

Posted 7 days ago

Cook I – #15974

Company: Illinois Department of Human Services
Category: Culinary

 Elgin

Type: Full Time
Agency: Department of Human Services
Closing Date: TBD
Salary: $3, 137 – $4,354/month
Work Hours: 10:00 am – 6:00 pm, Rotating schedule, off every third weekend
Work Location: Elgin Mental Health Center; 750 S State St Elgin, IL 60123-7612
Job Type: Salaried Full Time
County: Kane
Number of Vacancies: 1

Apply Instruction:
Please send your resume to Zhuya.yang@illinois.gov.

Position Overview
Under direct supervision, prepares and cooks on a quantity scale basis for individuals and staff of the Elgin Mental Health Center; assumes responsibility for the section of the meal preparation assigned. Batch cooks according to policies and procedures.

Job Responsibilities
1. Cooks meats and vegetables and prepares other foods and beverages.
2. Operates standard cooking equipment such as mixing machines, steam cookers, toasters, food choppers, bake ovens, steam kettles.
3. Assists in the inspection of the kitchen to verify the kitchen is equipped with the necessary supplies and needed food. Informs Cook II/manager of needed food items to properly prepare menu food items.
4. Cleans equipment and work area to maintain sanitation, safety and conditions. Reports hazards and malfunctions of equipment to manager of office assistant
5. Serves as back-up for the food service line with food/batch cook required food items.
6. Completes all Department of Human Services (DHS) and Capitol Region Mental Health Center (CRMHC) mandatory training requirements and participates in education workshops to maintain profession and competency.
7. Performs other duties as required or assigned which are reasonably within the scope of the duties enumerated above.

Minimum Qualifications
1. Requires knowledge, skill and mental development equivalent to the completion of high school and six months of cooking experience which provides working knowledge of food preparation and cooking methods on a large-scale basis.
2. Requires possession of a valid Food Service Sanitation Certificate issued by the Illinois Department of Public Health, or requires possession of a Certified Food Protection Manager (CFPM) certification from a program accredited by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) Conference for Food Protection (CFP).
Conditions of Employment
1. Requires the ability to meet all agency vaccine/health-related Policies and guidance.
2. Requires ability to pass the IDHS background check.
3. Requires ability to pass a drug screen for drugs prohibited from recreational use under Illinois law.

Posted 7 days ago

Coordinator, Small Business Development Center

Company: College of DuPage
Category: Business Development, Coordinator

 Wheaton

Type: Full Time

College of DuPage is seeking a Small Business Development Center Coordinator to join their team. You will coordinate the delivery of the Small Business Development Center (SBDC) initial counseling, perform administrative and promotional activities of the SBDC and provide general business counseling activities under SBDC Program.

  • Counsel small business clients on general business and management issues including technical assistance in financial, business plans and marketing.
  • Conduct research to assist client base form acceleration to their growth.
  • Develop, schedule and Deliver seminar and workshop presentations, as necessary and appropriate.
  • Assist SBDC Manager in developing budgets and goals.
  • Act as initial point of contact for all communication and support to client base, program trainers and resource providers.
  • Develop, schedule and implement annual planning strategies which includes organizing resources and developing a logical sequence of seminars, conference and workshops relative to overall small business assistance within all topical areas.
  • Market the SBDC program to businesses within District 502, Will and Kane Counties as specific in the Illinois Department of Commerce & Economic Opportunity grant.
  • Coordinate and execute room request, facilities request, supply/material orders within the Lisle facility and main college campus.
  • Working within the College ASTRA scheduling system, Centralized Scheduling and Facilities and Custodial Operations as necessary.
  • Coordinate, develop and implement for the SBDC program marketing information, including programming annual calendar and topical seminar brochures and flyers.
  • Maintain Center for Entrepreneurship client mailing lists and databases.
  • Identify, interview and execute a vetting process for SBDC resource provider vendors to be utilized.
  • Maintain all client files in the grant identified proprietary system.
  • Attend training sessions and staff meetings as required by the DCEO grant agency, Center for Entrepreneurship or as approved by the SBDC Program Manager, as funds are available.