LombardThe Village of Lombard Police Department will be at our Fifth Annual Job Fair on August 23 at the Odeum at Villa Park. They are accepting applications for the position of police officer with the Lombard Police Department.

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Below is a job description.

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The Board of Police and Fire Commissioners of the Village of Lombard, Illinois is accepting applications for the position of police officer with the Lombard Police Department.

Salary: $66,946 to $94,328 (7 years)
Population: 45,000
Sworn Police Officers: 69

All applicants must meet the following minimum requirements established the Village of Lombard:

•    U.S. citizenship
•    Residents of the State of Illinois
•    No felony convictions (Note: a misdemeanor or serious traffic offence may also disqualify applicants from further consideration)
•    Valid state-issued driver's license
•    Possess 20/20 corrected vision
•    Minimum of 21 years of age by the application deadline date (September 13, 2017)
•    Be UNDER 35 years of age on the date of appointment, unless the candidate is currently employed as a police officer in regularly constituted police department of any municipality which extends the age to 40 years of age
•    Be a high school graduate or possess a G.E.D. equivalent
•    Completed a minimum of 60 credit hours at an accredited college, university of junior college (official transcripts will be required at the background investigation stage) - OR - have one year of active military or naval service (documented by an honorable discharge) -OR- currently a certified police officer in the State of Illinois by the application deadline date (September 13, 2017)
•    Current Illinois certified police officers with a minimum of two years of service are eligible to be placed on a lateral eligibility list. Please note all lateral candidates must fulfill all other minimum testing requirements (POWER Test card and written exam)
•    Possesses a valid NIPSTA card -OR- equivalent criteria as per the State standard, issued with 12 months of the written exam date (September 23, 2017);
        POWER Test Cards issued by Triton College or Joliet Junior College will be accepted
        Applicants must present the POWER test card NO LATER than the written exam date (September 23, 2017)
•    Pay a $45.00 non-refundable application processing fee.

A maximum of (5) preference points will be awarded as determined by the Village of Lombard for any one of the following:

Education: Persons who have successfully obtained an Associate's Degree in the field of law enforcement or criminal justice -OR- a Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college or university. Copy of unofficial transcripts must be submitted with application to qualify.
Experience: Persons who have been awarded a certificate of successful competition of the Minimum Standards Basic Law Enforcement Training Course (Certified Illinois Police Officer). Copy of the state-issued certification must be submitted with application to qualify.
Military: Persons who are engaged in the military or naval service of the United States for at least one year, and were honorably discharged -OR- who are now, or hereafter be on inactive or reserve duty in such military or naval service. A copy of FORM DD-214 or equivalent proof of current military service must be submitted with application to qualify.

Mandatory Orientation and Written Examination Testing: Following completion of all application materials and review of minimum qualifications, successful applicants will be invited to attend the following:

Saturday, September 23, 2017 (check-in starts at 7:30 a.m.)
Location: Glenbard East High School (1014 S. Main St., Lombard, IL 60148)

To obtain additional information please visit the following website: http://www.applytoserve.com

TCJobFair2017FINALVILLA PARK – More than 100 local and regional employers are looking to hire DuPage County residents at Villa Park Democrat, Tom Cullerton’s Fifth Annual Job Fair.

Cullerton is working with a number of area chambers of commerce and the Illinois Department of Employment Security to make this year’s job fair his largest event yet. The event is free for local businesses and for job seekers.

On August 23, doors will open at the Odeum Expo Center at 10 a.m. for area veterans and then for the general public from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Cullerton is excited to announce Greco and Sons, SWD Inc., Illinois State Police, DuPage County along with many others will be looking for qualified candidates, accepting resumes and giving on-the-spot interviews.

“There are about 100 local and regional businesses with more than 2,000 jobs to fill,” Cullerton said. “This is an incredible free opportunity for local job seekers to connect with area employers who are looking to hire right now. If you or a friend, family member or neighbor are looking for work or simply looking for a new opportunity, I urge you to spread the word and take advantage of this free resource.”

To view a complete list of registered employers and a preview of jobs available, job-seekers are encouraged to pre-register on Cullerton’s website: www.SenatorTomCullerton.com.

“The best way to grow our economy is to put people to work,” Cullerton said. “There are area businesses ready to hire and I cannot think of a better place they can hire from than the 23rd Senate District.”

The Job Fair is cohosted by the Addison Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Bartlett Area Chamber of Commerce, Bloomingdale Chamber of Commerce, Choose DuPage, Elmhurst Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Glendale Heights Chamber of Commerce, Greater Oak Brook Chamber of Commerce, Lombard Area Chamber of Commerce, People’s Resource Center, Roselle Chamber of Commerce and the Villa Park Chamber of Commerce.
“I value the partnerships we have with our area chambers,” Cullerton said. “Without their assistance this event would not be as successful as it is.”

DATE: Wednesday, August 23, 2017
TIME: 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m., doors open for veterans at 10 a.m.
LOCATION: The Odeum (1033 N. Villa Ave., Villa Park, IL)

Lutheran Social Services of Illinois (LSSI) will be at our Fifth Annual Job Fair on August 23 at the Odeum at Villa Park. They are looking to fill multiple positions such as home care assistants, lead home care assistants and home care assistants level II.

LSSI LogoServing Illinois since 1867, Lutheran Social Services of Illinois (LSSI) is a nonprofit social service organization.  LSSI is the largest statewide social service provider, serving over 65,000 people across Illinois last year. The demographics of clients served by LSSI generally reflect those of Illinois’ population, with one important exception—more than 60% of clients report an annual household income under $15,000, compared to just 12% of all Illinois households.

The organization provides critical programs for the state’s most vulnerable residents including foster care, mental health services, alcohol and drug treatment, affordable senior housing, residential programs for people with developmental disabilities, and programs that help formerly incarcerated individuals integrate back into society.

Click here for more information about Lutheran Social Services of Illinois.

Below is a job description for Home Care Assistant II.

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JOB TITLE:    Home Care Assistant II 
DESCRIPTOR:    Assisting  persons with in-home services
REPORTS TO:    Homemaker Supervisor           

PURPOSE OF POSITION: To help clients  maintain independence through homecare & personal assistance

1.    Observation of client functioning and identifying and reporting changes to  his/her supervisor or employer;     
2.    Following client’s written Plan of Care, including assistance with household chores, including cooking and meal preparation, cleaning and laundry;
3.    Assistance in completing activities such as shopping and appointments outside of the home and providing necessary receipts and documentation in the conduct of essential shoppong/errands;    
4.    Completion of appropriate records documenting daily activities, observations, and direct hours of service; and      
5.    Assistance with activities of daily living and assistance with personal care as required
6.    Attending pre-service training, in-service training sessions, and staff conferences.

1.    Responsibilities as identified by the regulatory systems as identified in the addendum
2.    Assistance with medication reminders      
3.    Office assistance as needed, to be as flexible as possible with clients needs in mind.
4.    Other duties as assigned

1. A high school diploma or general education diploma; or
2. One year employment in a comparable human service capacity, or experience in care for a dependent child or adult family member; or
3. Demonstration of continued progress towards meeting the
educational requirement of a general education diploma by current registration and evidence of successful completion of course work (successful completion means achievement of a grade of "C" or higher);and
4. Has had previous documented and supervised training within the past 2 years prior to this employment, equivalent to 24 hours of homecare aide pre-service  training, as determined by the provider with appropriate documentation in the employee's personnel file; or
5. Has successfully completed RN, LPN, MD, physician assistant or CNA training in the past and has been employed in the field within the past 2 years; or
6. Has been employed as a CCP homecare aide within the past year; or
7. Any current HCA completing LSSI designated specialized training as verified by their supervisor and documented  in personnel file

Sitting, Walking, Standing, Bending neck, Twisting neck, Bending waist, Twisting waist, Squatting, Kneeling, Repetitive hand movement, Simple grasping, Fine Manipulation, Noise, Work in extreme cold/heat, Reach above and below shoulder height, Move or lift items weighing up to 75 pounds, Comprehend and follow instructions, Perform assigned tasks, Maintain appropriate work pace,  Relate to others,  Communicate in writing/verbally, English speaking, Tolerate poor environmental conditions, smoking and pets               

Telephone, Wheelchair, Walker, Lift,2-way radio, emergency call system, multi-line phone system, Gait belt, Oven, Microwave oven, wash machine, clothes dryer, vacuum, computer.                

This job description is intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by the person assigned to this position, but does not state or imply that these are the only duties assigned to this position. All requirements are subject to possible modifications to reasonably accommodate individuals with a disability. I have read and understand the responsibilities of my job, and understand that I am to complete these job responsibilities in compliance with instructions, training and regulations. If I have questions about my job responsibilities, I understand that I should direct them to my supervisor.


RayGrahamlogoThe Ray Graham Association will be at our Fifth Annual Job Fair on August 23 at the Odeum at Villa Park. They are looking to fill multiple positions such as Direct Support Professional staff, CILA QIDP and Service Facilitator.

The Ray Graham Association serves nearly 2,000 children and adults with primarily intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families throughout DuPage County and the surrounding area. Their mission is to empower people living with disabilities to lead strong and independent lives.

This amazing organiation provides a broad array of educational, vocational, community, respite, early intervention, recreational, home-based and residential programs and services to find just the right way to empower each of the amazing, gifted individuals we serve. Click here for more information about Ray Graham.

Below is a job description for the Service Facilitator.

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Job Title:    QIDP (Service Facilitator) /Home Based Services
Program:     Community and Family Supports    Status:        Non-Exempt   
Supervisor:    Family Support Administrator        Location:    Hanson Center
Schedule:    Generally hours are Monday-Friday from 8:00 to 4:30pm.  Some evenings and weekends will be required based on assigned duties or individual needs.


The primary purpose of the QIDP (Service Facilitator) is to provide service facilitation to individuals and families in the Home Based Services program. The QIDP (Service Facilitator) is responsible for developing and overseeing the implementation of the Individual Support Plan for approximately 40-45 individuals served. This position works collaboratively across agency programs and with external service providers to promote the deliver of quality services to people served.  The QIDP supports individuals and families to connect with community resources that promote the facilitation of personal outcome measures.  The QIDP is expected to uphold the Mission & Values of the Association.

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