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Description of Duties/Essential Functions Benefits Supplemental Questions

Under general supervision, instructs and supervises Correctional Sergeants, Correctional Officers, and Correctional Officer Trainees; enforces and maintains discipline, safety, security, maintenance, sanitary and custodial measures for the control of inmates; monitors compliance with Departmental Rules, Administrative Directives and Institutional Policies.

Minimum Requirements:

Requires knowledge, skill and mental development equivalent to completion of four years of high school and completion of an approved Correctional Officer Training Program; requires two years experience as a Correctional Officer in a penal or security institution; requires thorough knowledge of institutional rules, regulations and requirements for the control of inmates; requires working knowledge of individual and group attitude and behavior of residents in the penal or correctional institutions; requires working knowledge of methods and techniques used in discipline of employees and persons in correctional institutions; requires working knowledge of practices and procedures in prison administration; requires ability to maintain satisfactory working relationships with public officials, investigatory and law enforcement agencies; requires ability to supervise correctional officers and make independent decisions; requires ability to prepare reports of unusual happenings, accidents, or violations of rules; requires ability to train and supervise employees or inmates; requires ability to understudy and to assume duties of immediate supervisor in the event of vacation, sick leave or emergency; requires the ability to think clearly and exercises forceful initiative in emergency situations; requires the physical ability to perform assigned duties; requires ability to enforce discipline, safety, sanitation, security and custodial measures; requires a valid driver's license; requires ability to understand the use of firearms. Requires the ability to pass the Illinois Department of Corrections Background Check.

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Under direction of the team supervisor, receives and investigates reports of child abuse and neglect within mandated time limits; assesses immediate safety of children and initiates appropriate levels of protection needed; conducts home evaluations, observing family situations relating to allegations of abuse and neglect; interviews clients and professionals to obtain information for the purposes of making a finding and determining protection and service needs; conducts service assessments; on a rotating basis, assigned to 24 hour "on call" duty in addition to normal assignments; prepares investigation reports; selects, summarizes, and presents case material for transfer to permanency caseworker or community agencies; determines the need for and coordinates the placement of children in substitute care facilities.

Minimum Requirements:

Preferably requires a master's degree in social work; or requires a master's degree in a related human service field, in criminal justice, criminal justice administration, or law enforcement and one year of directly related professional experience; or requires a bachelor's degree in social work and one year of directly related professional experience; or requires a bachelor's degree in a related human service field, in criminal justice, criminal justice administration, or law enforcement and two years of directly related professional experience; requires possession of a valid driver's license, daily access to an automobile, and proof of vehicle insurance; requires physical, visual, and auditory ability to carry out assigned duties; requires ability to serve on 24 hour "on call" duty.

The college or university issuing a bachelor's or master's degree must be accredited, and the degree program in social work must be approved by the Council on Social Work Education.

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Description of Duties/Essential Functions Benefits Supplemental Questions

Under direct supervision, repairs and maintains buildings, fixtures, equipment and regularly operates heavy equipment and functionally supervises, on an ongoing basis, lower level site workers in the maintenance and operational activities of the l&M Canal State Trail and Channahon State Park.

Minimum Requirements:

Requires education and experience equivalent to high school graduation and two years maintenance or farming experience preferably associated with the building trades and or the operation of heavy equipment and machinery; working knowledge of tools and equipment used in the trades and or the operation of heavy equipment or farming machinery and implements; requires a valid Class A Commercial Driver's License with air brakes designation; ability to administer First Aid and CPR and maintain certification in such; requires the ability to follow written and oral instructions; requires the ability to withstand exposure to the elements on a year round basis; requires the ability to inform visitors of site facilities, programs, rules and regulations; requires physical ability to operate and maintain tools, equipment and materials utilized in the maintenance, repair and care of site resources, buildings and grounds; requires ability to lift, carry and transport loads; requires ability to walk over rough and broken terrain.

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Description of Duties/Essential Functions Benefits Supplemental Questions

Under general supervision of the Aquatic Nuisance Species/Aquaculture Program Manager, provides professional assistance to implement fisheries resources programs, working independently or as part of a work unit, for the prevention and management of ANS transfer between the designated area of the Great Lakes and Mississippi River basins through the Chicago Waterway System and the statewide implementation of the Illinois Comprehensive Aquatic Invasive Species Plan.

Minimum Requirements:

Requires a bachelor's degree in Fisheries, Fish Culture, Microbiology or closely related biological field supplemented by one year of directly related professional experience. Requires an IL Pesticide Applicator's license. Requires ability to understand both written and verbal instruction. Requires ability to work under adverse environmental conditions; requires ability to lift loads that exceed 60 lbs; requires ability to traverse rough and broken terrain on foot without mechanical assistance to use various equipment and to negotiate a variety of natural obstacles while, using, carrying or otherwise transporting a variety of equipment. Requires competency in use of computers. Requires possession of a valid Illinois driver's license. Requires ability to travel.

Work Hours & Location/Agency Contact:

Anticipated Starting Salary: $3817-$4167
Current bargaining unit employees: CBA language applies
Full Bargaining Unit Range: $3817-$5601 per month

WORK HOURS
Monday – Friday, 7:30 am to 3:30 pm, 1/2-hour lunch, Saturday & Sunday off

WORK LOCATION
ORC Division of Fisheries
Silver Springs State Park
13608 Fox Road
Yorkville, IL (Kendall County)

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Office Info

Springfield Office

119 B Capitol Building
Springfield, IL 62706 
(217) 782-0052

District Office

15300 Rt. 59 Unit 202
Plainfield, IL 60544 
(815) 254-4211
(815) 254-4213 FAX

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