Employment Opportunities

Mission Statement: Palatine Township supports citizens within the Township with services authorized by Illinois law including assistance to those in need, support for accurate property assessments, senior services including transportation, and maintenance for roadways in the unincorporated areas. We provide programs and services in a timely, efficient and courteous manner always mindful that the taxpayers of Palatine Township are paying for the services.

As of this time, the following positions are open at Palatine Township.

Announcement of Vacancy

Palatine Rural Fire Protection District

As of June 1st 2022 This Fire District will be renamed Inverness Fire Protection Direct

 

The Palatine Township Supervisor and Board of Trustees are accepting resumes and letters of interest from persons interested in filling a vacancy in the office of Palatine Rural Fire Protection District.

Requirements:

  • Candidates must live within the Palatine Rural Fire Protection District

Interested persons may submit a letter of interest, resume, and any supporting material.

via email to:

HR@PalatineTownship-il.gov

Or by mail to: 

Andy-John G. Kalkounos

Palatine Township Supervisor

721 S. Quentin Road, Suite 101

Palatine, IL 60067

 

All submittals must be received by 4:00 pm on June 8, 2022.

All submissions will be reviewed and qualified candidates will be considered carefully.

Questions may be directed to Fire Chief Richard Kurka: 847-991-8700

or by email to: rkurka@prfpd.org

 

Township Administrator

 

Overview:

 Palatine Township is seeking candidates for the leadership position of Township Administrator.  Appointed by the Palatine Township Supervisor, the Township Administrator is responsible for leading all operations, strategic planning, financial, budget/levy, personnel and legal matters for the Township.  He/she must have a passion for local government and public service.  This position requires a leader who is a self-starter, honest, open-minded, inclusive, creative, innovative, responsive, strategic, proactive, results-oriented, approachable, accessible, a good listener, an excellent communicator, a visionary, a collaborator, and community builder.

Palatine Township serves over 112,000 residents and encompasses 36 square miles of land in the northwest corner of Cook County, Illinois.  Palatine Township overlaps the following municipal boundaries, which include Palatine, Inverness, Rolling Meadows, Barrington, South Barrington, Arlington Heights, Schaumberg and Hoffman Estates. The Township also serves the unincorporated areas within aforementioned communities.

The Township Administrator is responsible for overseeing all professional management of operations and services related to Administration, Assessor’s Office, Building Maintenance, Cemeteries, Communications, Community-Based Outreach Programs, Food Pantry, Finance, Human Resources, Information Technology, and General Assistance.

Reports to:     Township Supervisor

Responsibilities:

  • Leads all staff to implement all Township related operations, services, and programs.
  • Formulates all policies, plans, and goals in collaboration with the Township’s leadership team.
  • Informs the Township Board on all vital Township-related matters and recommends needed actions.
  • Directs staff and champions the implementation of the Township Board approved strategic plan.
  • Responsible for overseeing the daily management of Township operations to ensure the cost-effective and efficient delivery of resident services.
  • Represents, or supervises the representation of the Township in affairs with employees, other organizations and government agencies, and the public.
  • Serves as the Budget Officer and prepares the tentative budget at the direction of the Township Board.
  • Reviews, plans and reports on the Township’s tax levy needs with the Township Board.
  • Overseas financial management including supervision of accounts payable, payroll, and purchasing.
  • Ensures the annual comprehensive financial audit is conducted and reported accurately.
  • Participates in all committee meetings with staff, residents, and elected officials.
  • Overseas all procurement and contractual obligations for Township services and projects.
  • Responsible for intergovernmental relations and agreements, including maintaining relationships with local municipalities, townships, county government, special districts, the State of Illinois, and associations such as TOI, MTA, TOCC, etc.
  • Reviews and directs all essential internal and external communications with staff.
  • Leads special projects/initiatives related strategic planning, organizational assessments, resource development/grants acquisition, and emergency services and preparedness among others.
  • Overseas the review and performance evaluation process for all Township employees.
  • Maintains a strong knowledge and understanding of the Illinois laws and regulations concerning local government agencies, including best practices.
  • Prepares meeting agendas, including other ordinances or resolutions as directed by the Township Board.
  • Overseas and coordinates all legal issues with the Township Board and its attorney.
  • Approves all Township-wide communications such as newsletters, public notices, etc.
  • Leads all information technology initiatives for Township operations and coordinates any required maintenance/repair work with IT/communications consultants.
  • Overseas all capital improvement planning and implementation with the Township’s leadership team.
  • Assist Town Clerk with all OMA/FOIA related matters with staff and maintains certification.
  • Performs any other related job duties as directed by the Township Supervisor.

 

Education and Experience: 

  • Undergraduate degree in public administration, business administration, public policy, political science, or related field is desired. Master’s degree is also desired.
  • Supervisory experience leading a local government agency preferred.

 

Compensation & Benefits:

  • Compensation is competitive. An excellent benefits package is included with paid time off, sick leave, paid holidays, health insurance, and Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund pension.
  • Send cover letter, resume, salary expectations and five work-related references to Supervisor Andy-John G. Kalkounos at jobs@palatinetownship-il.gov.
  • Questions about the position are welcome and should be directed to Supervisor Kalkounos, at 847-418-7522. Confidentiality will be honored.

 

Full-Time Bus Driver

We are seeking a skilled and compassionate professional individual to join our team.

Palatine Township is local government that is closest to the people and provides social services to eight area municipalities. We transport seniors (over 60+)  and people with disabilities within the Township.

Part Time Bus Driver. Knowledge of Palatine streets a plus. This is a great opportunity to serve seniors and disabled passengers.

APPLICANT REQUIREMENTS INCLUDE:

This is a full time (40 hour per week) bus driver position.

Required license or certification:

– Must have a B CDL License with P endorsement.

Required education:

  • High school or equivalent

Required experience:

  • CDL B License P endorsement mandatory: 1 year

Please email your resume to Anna Chychula at achychula@palatinetownship-il.gov or you may submit to: Palatine Township, 721 S. Quentin Road, Palatine, IL 60067, Attn: Anna Chychula. Candidate must be at least 18 years of age and legally eligible for employment in the United States. Palatine Township does not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, color, ancestry, national origin, age, sex or handicap; complies with the provisions of the Equal Employment Opportunity Act.

Part-Time Bus Driver

We are seeking a skilled and compassionate professional individual to join our team.

Palatine Township is local government that is closest to the people and provides social services to eight area municipalities. We transport seniors (over 60+)  and people with disabilities within the Township.

Part Time Bus Driver. Knowledge of Palatine streets a plus. This is a great opportunity to serve seniors and disabled passengers.

APPLICANT REQUIREMENTS INCLUDE:

– Must be flexible days and hours, 2-3 days per week, 4-8 hours per day.

Required license or certification:

– Must have a B CDL License with P endorsement.

Required education:

  • High school or equivalent

Required experience:

  • CDL B License P endorsement mandatory: 1 year

Please email your resume to Anna Chychula at achychula@palatinetownship-il.gov or you may submit to: Palatine Township, 721 S. Quentin Road, Palatine, IL 60067, Attn: Anna Chychula. Candidate must be at least 18 years of age and legally eligible for employment in the United States. Palatine Township does not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, color, ancestry, national origin, age, sex or handicap; complies with the provisions of the Equal Employment Opportunity Act.

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