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Posted 4 weeks ago

Teller Associate

Company: DuPage Credit Union
Category: Customer Service/Sales

 Downers Grove, Naperville, Wheaton

Type: Full Time

DuPage Credit Union has several Teller Associate positions to fill. Work schedule will span Monday to Friday from 8:15 am to 6:00 pm, and Saturdays from 8:30 am to 1:00 pm. As a Teller, you’ll play a pivotal role in their success by:

  • Welcoming members with warmth and hospitality upon their arrival.
  • Providing swift and accurate assistance with both cash and non-cash transactions.
  • Applying the DUPAGE philosophy to contribute to ongoing sales objectives.
  • Nurturing member relationships through thoughtful engagement and open-ended conversations.
Posted 4 weeks ago

Recreation Manager

Company: West Chicago Park District
Category: Professional Services

 West Chicago

Type: Full Time

The West Chicago Park District is looking for a Recreation Manager who will oversee Customer Service, Fitness, Athletics, and a full-time staff member in the Recreation Department at the West Chicago Park District. Under the supervision of the Superintendent of Recreation, the Recreation Manager is responsible for the planning and coordinating of all operational and program functions of the ARC Fitness Center, Athletics, and Customer Service in addition to supervising a full-time staff member and supporting the areas in which they oversee. This includes, but is not limited to, demonstrating understanding of facility management, promoting of fitness-related activities and incentive programs, training, budgeting, and reporting. Duties include program management and preparation, cash handling, record keeping, and serving as a member on the District’s Safety Committee. The Recreation Manager should be detail oriented and possess analytical skills to resolve problems effectively and accurately. This is a full-time exempt position, working 40 hours weekly. Hours may fluctuate to accommodate evening or weekend facility and/or program management. Click on Apply Now to learn more about the position.

Posted 4 weeks ago

Athletic Fields Specialist

Company: West Chicago Park District
Category: Other

 West Chicago

Type: Seasonal

The West Chicago Park District is seeking an Athletic Fields Specialist. Under the supervision of the Parks Specialist I, the Athletic Fields Specialist is responsible for performing a variety of athletic field maintenance, park maintenance, turf, and recreation support activities. The Athletic Fields Specialist is a Seasonal position, working 20 hours weekly. Hours may fluctuate to accommodate evening or weekend facility. Some responsibilities are the following:

  • Provide a safe environment for participants, staff, and volunteers by strictly adhering to all West Chicago Park District policies and procedures.
  • Provide quality customer service to other staff, volunteers, and the public.
  • Prepare athletic fields for play including painting, chalking, dragging and leveling fields.
  • Participate in community events as sponsored by the West Chicago Park District and local agencies.
  • Demonstrates enthusiasm and drive with a desire to accomplish Park District and department goals and objectives.
  • Exhibits understanding and tact when dealing with internal and external patrons needs and expectations.
  • Maintains athletic field fences, dugouts, goals, infields, base, and nets.
  • Maintains and inspects bleachers for safety.
  • Maintains athletic field turf including seeding, topdressing, aerification, fertilizing.
  • Maintains all tools, equipment, and machinery as necessary.
Posted 4 weeks ago

Lead Technician – 3rd Shift

Company: Jel Sert
Category: Manufacturing/Skilled Trades

 West Chicago

Type: Full Time

Jel Sert has a Lead Technician position to fill. They are offering a $5,000 sign-on bonus. This position will provide guidance and direction to departmental maintenance employees (technicians and/or mechanics) in areas of:

  • Food Safety: Ensures that finished product is manufactured in a safe environment and is free of risk from contamination caused by defective equipment
  • Food Quality: Ensures that finished product complies with all quality specifications and expectations.
  • Productivity: Ensures that all departmental equipment performs at optimum operating efficiencies by: Coordinating developing and implementing effective Preventive Maintenance efforts along with effective troubleshooting of unscheduled downtime for prompt return to operation.
  • Personal Safety: Ensuring safe practices and procedures are being followed at all times.

    • Technician/Mechanic skills evaluation and development.
    • Preventive Maintenance Program development and compliance.
    • Planning and scheduling of Maintenance efforts in accordance with production demands.
    • Technical support – troubleshooting unscheduled interruptions in production.
    • Process improvements.
    • Identify/Order repair parts.
    • Budget compliance.
Posted 4 weeks ago

Facilities Maintenance Technician

Company: Jel Sert
Category: Manufacturing/Skilled Trades

 West Chicago

Type: Full Time

Jel Sert has a Facilities Maintenance Technician position to fill. They are offering a $5,000 sign-on bonus. This position will complete work orders, preventative maintenance orders and project work to maintain the facility equipment and building at Jel Sert’s headquarters and local distribution centers. Responsibilities:

  • Troubleshoot and repair facility and building equipment as work orders are distributed.
  • Perform preventative maintenance.
  • Maintain a safe working environment at all times.
  • Complete work assignments in a timely fashion with minimal direction.
  • Communicate maintenance issues to Maintenance Supervisor.
  • Maintain a clean work environment at all times.
  • Adhere to quality and safety procedures/regulations.
  • Recommend process improvements ideas.
Posted 4 weeks ago

Graphic Designer

Company: American Academy of Pediatrics
Category: Professional Services


Type: Full Time

American Academy f Pediatrics has a Graphic Designer position open. This position will coordinate graphic design activities for AAP public-facing websites and other digital platforms, in support of communications goals and objectives for grant-related and/or sponsored campaign deliverables. Collaborate with staff and external partners to support implementation of grant activities related to web/digital graphic design. Responsibilities:

  • Design graphics from idea conception through final production for AAP communications efforts utilized in websites, infographics, tip sheets, social media, slide deck presentations, and images.
  • Incorporate changes into new and revised graphics as directed. Route drafts and solicit feedback from AAP expert groups and/or staff teams, as needed.
  • Edit photos, layouts, and other grant materials to ensure compliance with all AAP and federal technical specifications and requirements, including 508 compliance and others.
  • Ensure all graphics adhere to AAP brand standards and meet AAP communications goals and objectives as well as those of grants and sponsor activities.
  • Manage and content management system image and graphic libraries and support website metadata strategies for graphics and images.
  • Manage the Public Affairs image and digital asset database and image subscription account(s).
  • Maintain documentation and Standard Operating Procedure information outlining best practices and design standards of AAP web graphics.
  • Provide all image management, manipulation, and rendering for use on digital platforms.
Posted 4 weeks ago

Director, Hospital & Surgical Subspecialties

Company: American Academy of Pediatrics
Category: Professional Services


Type: Full Time

The American Academy of Pediatrics is seeking a Director of Hospital and Surgical Subspecialties to direct the operations of the Hospital and Surgical Specialties team and oversee the administrative management of its constituent committees, sections, and applicable task forces, and the programs and projects emanating from those groups. Reporting to the Sr Director, Subspecialty Initiatives, this role will represent the team and its constituent groups in a liaison capacity to senior leadership, the Board of Directors, and other applicable medical/child advocacy organizations and coalitions. In collaboration with AAP national advisory committees, specialty sections, task forces, and other clinical specialists/consultants, the director will implement the strategic objectives and child health priorities of the AAP through the establishment of policy, advocacy, professional education, and outreach. Additionally, the director will engage in a high level of day-to-day interaction with AAP members, allied health professionals, policy makers, regulators, and industry spokespersons in matters pertaining to the practice of pediatrics, AAP policy, and quality of care as they apply to the team’s disciplines. Some tasks include:

  • Direct the operations and functions of assigned programs and constituent committees, sections, and councils, including budgeting, strategic planning, and program development, monitoring, and evaluation.
  • Contribute to the coordination of the work of the Subspecialty Initiatives team to align activities of constituent groups with AAP priorities, including the integration of Hospital and Surgical Subspecialties initiatives into the AAP efforts to advance team-based care and specialty care integration into primary care. Provide primary staff support to assigned committees, councils, sections, and other relevant constituent groups, including leading and directing staff in agenda development, meeting planning, meeting minutes, newsletters, and completion of proposals, projects, and other action items.
  • Develop and manage assigned budgets and collaborate with the Sr Director on the development and management of other team budgets and equipment requests.
  • Collaborate with Sr Director and Development staff in identifying corporate, foundation, and other funding sources to support team initiatives.  Prepare and/or assist with drafting grant and contract proposals and manage implementation of project activities and compliance with reporting requirements.
  • Collaborate with relevant staff on the planning and implementation of committee, council, and section continuing medical education (CME) courses.
  • Collaborate and coordinate with AAP Federal Advocacy staff in matters pertaining to legislation, coalition activity, Congressional hearings, and proposed rule-making with child health implications.
  • Respond to inquiries from AAP members, allied health professionals, governmental agencies, and others regarding Hospital and Surgical Subspecialties activities.
  • Oversee the development of annual committee and section reports, including goals and objectives for committees, councils, and sections.
  • Analyze clinical and public health issues and policies and provide technical and editorial assistance to committees, councils, and sections in the development of AAP policy, programs, projects, and publications; supervise the production of policy statements, clinical reports, and manuals. Support the team managers with production, content development, editing, and technical review requirements of AAP publications in the area of Hospital and Surgical Subspecialties.
  • Work with Marketing, Publishing, and other staff in the design, production, and promotion of committee and section publications and in the development, promotion, and implementation of patient education initiatives.
  • Represent the department and/or AAP at meetings with outside organizations and agencies as requested. Represent the team in selected meetings with other areas of the AAP as determined by the needs of the program or project.
  • Supervise and mentor assigned staff. Encourage a work environment that promotes inclusion and belonging of all staff. Support ongoing staff development, help set objectives, evaluate performance, and promote and enhance staff capacity in skills necessary to achieve goals. Ensure staff operate in a fiscally prudent manner, maintain confidentiality, operate with the highest ethical standards, and provide excellent service to members and volunteers.
  • Develop materials and reports for senior leadership and the AAP Board of Directors.
  • Assume an active role in developing, maintaining, and formatting online content.
Posted 4 weeks ago


Company: City of Warrenville
Category: Accounting/Finance


Type: Full Time

The City of Warrenville is accepting applications for an Accountant position. The staff accountant position is responsible for performing a variety of complex analytical and technical functions related to general accounting, purchasing, financial reporting, and other fiscal activities. Work involves calculating, verifying, posting, and balancing a variety of financial transactions. This position provides exceptional service within the organization and to external customers, including promoting a positive image of the city, fostering a collaborative, respectful, and service-minded working environment, and consistently exhibiting professionalism and integrity through the community. Other duties of a general office nature are also performed. The hiring range is $72,026 – $78,778, the starting salary will be dependent upon experience.

Posted 1 month ago

Facilities Driver

Company: DuPage County Health Department (DCHD)
Category: Other


Type: Part Time

The DuPage County Health Department Facilities Managment team has added a new on-call position to the team. As a facility driver, you will be driving DCHD vehicles, such as moving the medical van and other DCHD facilities vehicles between DCHD sites and community events. This is an on-call role, which means you will be working less than 1000 hours per year. If you are looking for something part-time, then apply today and join their team! Responsibilities:

  • An employee in this class performs work of routine difficulty moving the medical van and other DCHD facilities vehicles between DCHD sites and community events. Work requires the ability to safely operate Health Department vehicles to complete job assignments. Performs related work as required. General supervision is received from the assigned supervisor.
  • Good knowledge of the local geography and street navigation techniques; good knowledge of safety procedures for lifting, moving, and carrying heavy objects; some knowledge of county facilities, locations, and functions.
  • Working skill in safely operating a motor vehicle; working skill in organizing work assignments to complete tasks; some skill in developing and maintaining positive and professional relationships with internal and external customers; some skill in the use of good judgment in evaluating situations and making decisions; some skill in verbal and written communication.
  • While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to walk, sit, stand, and drive. The employee is occasionally required to move, lift, and/or carry up to 30 pounds.
  • The work environment regularly involves working in both a Health Department vehicle and in extreme outside weather conditions.
Posted 1 month ago

Inside Sales Representative

Company: Futaba North America Engineering & Marketing
Category: Customer Service/Sales


Type: Full Time

Futaba North America Engineering and Marketing is seeking an inside Sales Representative to function as a business-to-business professional, who serves as the primary sales contact for our mid-sized customers. The purpose of this position is to maintain positive and engaging relationships with customers by supporting them through every customer life cycle stage. This role entails selling automotive products by phone, email, and online with some in-person contact. Responsibilities are listed below. For full details and e-mails address to apply, click HERE.

  • Develop and maintain working relationships with existing OEM clients.
  • Execute sales strategies with assigned customers.
  • Lead all aspects of the quotation process, including collaborating with others in solution development, pricing management, and cost recovery.
  • Interface with other departments to allocate and understand costs associated with current and new business.
  • Evaluate cost and fixes strategy to recover additional margins.
  • Compile sales information, perform profit analysis, and generate actionable reports and dashboards.
  • Ensure external quality and delivery targets are met.
  • Manage customers’ experiences by proactively providing pre and post purchase support. Respond to customers’ questions and concerns and take appropriate action to resolve issues.
  • Track open commercial items.
  • Coordinate requests for trade and supply chain surveys, meetings, and other deliverables.
  • Maintain communications with management and sales team on progress, issues, delays, and other pertinent information.
  • Maintain professional currency in technical knowledge and relevant products, services, and marketplace developments.
  • Maintain frequent communications with overseas parent company.
  • Comply with company policies and procedures and safety and housekeeping requirements.
  • Perform other projects and sales activities as assigned.
  • Some travel to meet with clients or potential clients and visit manufacturing sites is required.
Posted 1 month ago

Transportation Project Manager

Company: City of Naperville
Category: Professional Services


Type: Full Time

The City of Naperville seeks a Project Manager in the Transportation, Engineering and Development Business Group (TED). The Project Manager works on a variety of programs and projects related to various modes of transportation and parking, including but not limited to bicycle, pedestrian, and vehicular travel, commuter and downtown parking, and transit. The Project Manager participates in multi-disciplinary project teams and coordinates with multiple departments and outside agencies on local and regional transportation projects. Key upcoming projects for the Project Manager include updates to the City’s Roadway Improvement Plan and Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan. Duties:

  • Addresses a variety of short and long-term transportation issues related to various modes of transportation and parking, including but not limited to bicycle, pedestrian, and vehicular travel, commuter and downtown parking, and transit.
  • Conducts transportation, traffic, and parking studies and plans.
  • Analyzes and interprets data to recommend solutions to transportation challenges.
  • Manages parking programs, including downtown, commuter and overnight parking.
  • Manages transit programs, including coordination with Pace Suburban Bus.
  • Responds to resident, business, and property owner concerns and requests related to transportation, traffic, and parking.
  • Participates in the development of transportation policies.
  • Prepares documents and recommendations for the Transportation Advisory Board and City Council, as well as other boards, commissions, and task forces.
  • Attends meetings and makes presentations to boards, commissions, task forces, and City Council, as needed.
  • Manages the selection of and supervises the work of consultants and contractors working on transportation programs, projects, and studies.
  • Coordinates with other City departments on transportation matters.
  • Performs field work as it pertains to transportation matters.
Posted 1 month ago

Pre-Process Welding Engineer

Company: Futaba North America Engineering & Marketing
Category: Manufacturing/Skilled Trades


Type: Full Time

Futaba North America is looking for a talented Pre-Process Welding Production Engineer to improve existing welding equipment and oversee the design, development, and the implementation of new welding processes in accordance with company standards and customer quality expectations. This position will be involved from concept to capacity study, plant layout study, workflow analysis, trial runs, production launch, and continuous production improvement. Major responsibilities are the following below. For full details about the position, contact information and how to apply, click HERE.

  • Modify current welding methods and develop new ones.
  • Research, develop, and test new fabrication processes and procedures.
  • Develop welding SOPs to guide production and welding personnel relating to specification restrictions, material processes, pre and post heating requirements involving complex metal alloys, unusual fabrication methods, welding of critical joints, and complex post-heating requirements.
  • Evaluate new developments in the welding field for potential application to current welding problems or production processes.
  • Provide guidance and instruction to technical personnel involved in performing inspections to ensure team members are compliant with established welding procedures, restrictions, and standards.
  • Test welds for conformance with national code requirements. Ensure welding team members are tested and certified.
  • Perform experimental welding to evaluate new equipment, techniques, and materials.
  • Discover new welding patterns.
  • Perform design verification and design validation analysis.
  • Supervise onsite and remote engineering trial runs from initial trials to final trials. This includes performing functionality tests, accuracy adjustments, modification requests, and attainment of acceptable tolerance levels.
  • Keep track and stay in control of the Production Part Approval Process.
  • Work jointly with customers to modify design for manufacturability and best value costs. Provide technical assistance, ensure customer requirements are met, and customers are satisfied.
  • Interface with Supply Chain, Production, Quality, and across the organization to improve costs and efficiencies.
  • Maintain communications with manager and engineering team on progress, issues, delays, and other pertinent information.
  • Develop technical manuals and maintain related project documents and files.
  • Travel one week per month (around 30%) to our manufacturing sites along with the opportunity to meet our global team.
  • Maintain professional currency in technical knowledge and relevant products, services, and marketplace developments.
  • Comply with company policies and procedures and safety and housekeeping requirements.
Posted 1 month ago

Senior Human Resources Representative

Company: Hendrickson
Category: Professional Services


Type: Full Time

Hendrickson is seeking a Senior Human Resources Representative to join their team. This position will be responsible for providing day-to-day support of HR activities for Hendrickson Staff and for projects that may have company-wide application. Heavy responsibility on HRIS/HCM system maintenance and customer troubleshooting.

  • Provide system training and support to remote locations on using HRIS/HCM.
  • Act as liaison between HR, IT, Payroll, and Benefits staffs.
  • Provides back-up to the HCM Project Manager in assisting HR throughout organization with system related issues and needs.
  • Implement new processes in the system to improve efficiencies and usefulness of system.
  • Strive for continuous improvement in how the day-to-day HRIS/HCM operations are executed.
  • Utilize HCM to maintain and update all employee related information.
  • Provide support on various HR processes, including performance appraisals, time off requisition, recruiting, FMLA/STD tracking, and HCM system maintenance.
  • Recruit for assigned openings, following all aspects of the established recruiting process, which includes working closely with recruiting sources, hiring managers, candidates, and interviewers.
  • Brief employees on key benefits; answers questions concerning benefit practices and policies.
  • Facilitate internal training sessions.
  • Engage in the Company-Wide Wellness Program and increase employee participation.
  • Maintain a strong customer service attitude to enhance employee relations and provide excellent service to client base.
Posted 1 month ago


Company: For Papa's Sake Home Care
Category: Healthcare

 DuPage County

Type: Full Time, Part Time

For Papa’s Sake Home Care is seeking caregivers. They have part time and full time shifts available; you can make your own schedule. No formal experience needed, just a big heart and a desire to make a difference – will train you. Below lists responsibilities as a Caregiver. You can click HERE for full details or click on Apply Now.

  • Help clients take prescribed medication.
  • Assist clients with ambulation and mobility around the house or outside (doctor’s appointments, walks etc.)
  • Assist clients with personal care and hygiene.
  • Help clients with physical therapy exercises.
  • Plan and prepare meals with assistance from the clients (when they are able).
  • Do the client’s shopping or accompany them when they shop.
  • Perform light housekeeping duties that clients can’t complete on their own.
  • Be a pleasant and supportive companion.
  • Report any unusual incidents.
  • Act quickly and responsibly in cases of emergency.
Posted 1 month ago

Material Handler

Company: Sumitomo
Category: TDL (Transportation, Distribution & Logistics)

 Glendale Heights

Type: Full Time

Sumitomo is seeking a Material Handler to join their team. You will primarily be responsible for loading, unloading, moving, and stocking materials in the machine shop. Essential Functions:

  • Receive, unpack, check, and store merchandise or materials.
  • Fill requisitions and orders.
  • Pack, crate, and ship products and materials to departments, or assembly lines.
  • Drive forklift, WAV (walk assist vehicle) or use pallet jacket to move bulk product to the proper destination point.