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Responsible for maintaining the aesthetic quality of Glenview's built environment.
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Administers the Firefighters' Pension Fund as required by Illinois statute.
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Identifies and preserves architectural, cultural, environmental and historical resources.
Promotes and raises awareness about the restoration of native landscapes and ecosystems.
Reviews proposals regarding property development, and makes recommendations to the Village Board of Trustees.
Administers a Police Pension Fund according to Illinois state statute.
Reviews requests for variances of Village zoning regulations.
Village government consists of services and programs through six departments
Manages Village finances, coordinates information technology and mapping services and runs the Resolution Center.
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Responsible for plowing streets, street maintenance, public trees and providing water and sewer.
Divisions include human resources, communications, senior services and public safety support services.
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Home Government Part Time Cashier
The Village of Glenview seeks a part-time Cashier to work in the Administrative Services Department. The purpose of this position is to perform routine administrative and customer service support functions in the Village’s Resolution Center by serving as the primary point of contact to the public. The Cashier is responsible for handling and processing cash, checks, and credits cards and balancing a cash drawer daily. Also, the Cashier will provide administrative assistance by answering the telephones, faxes, and e-mails; greeting and assisting walk-in visitors; problem solving customer concerns and educating them on Village programs, policies or ordinances; copying or scanning documents, and establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with internal and external customers. This position may also support the Village’s Administrative Adjudication program and is responsible for preparing court documents, serving as main contact in Court Room, and documenting fines/fees. The Administrative Adjudication process occurs at least once per month, is hosted at the Village Hall, and may impact requests for time off.
The hiring process includes, but is not limited to, oral interview, background investigation, post-offer medical examination and drug screening. A computer-based skills and/or situational judgment test may also be part of the hiring process. Due to the anticipated candidate response, only those applicants with experience and skills more closely meeting the needs of this position may be invited to participate in the selection process.
THE VILLAGE OF GLENVIEW IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER