Getting a new job is exciting! It’s even more exciting when that job is with Schaumburg Park District. As one of the state’s leaders in providing parks and recreation opportunities, and with a tagline of “Take Time for Fun”, Schaumburg Park District staff are in the business of having fun.
If you are in the market for a new job, here are the top three reasons to put Schaumburg Park District at the top of your job search list!
#3 Flexible Hours – Most of our part-time jobs have flexible hours that are perfect for those just starting out in the job market. From working before and after school hours, to weekend-only jobs, we can accommodate most schedules.
#2 Serve Your Community – From strengthening social ties to bolstering the local economy and providing health and wellness opportunities, the data shows that a thriving local park district makes communities better. When you join our team, you are directly improving your community.
#1 Perks – As a Schaumburg Park District staff member, you will be entitled to awesome perks, which may include a free fitness membership, free admission to indoor and outdoor pools or free programs.
Current featured opportunities to join our team include:
• KASPER Staff - Our KASPER (Kids After School Program for Education and Recreation) program provides before and after-school care to over 900 children. KASPER staff are responsible for ensuring the safety and enjoyment of participants (grades K-6) as well as creating, organizing and leading a wide variety of recreational activities.
• Athletics Building Supervisor - The Athletics Building Supervisor is responsible for all daily functions of The Sport Center when the Manager or Assistant Manager is not available. The Athletics Building Supervisor will ensure all guests are treated in a friendly, courteous and respectful manner, while overseeing the safety of all participants and activities.
• Preschool Teacher/Preschool Assistant - Preschool Teachers are responsible for leading our preschool classes in accordance within the adopted guidelines, policies, procedures, and budget; maintaining attendance records, developing weekly lesson plans; maintaining student information and medical files; maintaining a clean and organized classroom; establish and maintain positive communication with parents through daily communication and parent/teacher conferences twice a year.