Senior Civil Engineer - Public Works Department
The Village of Roselle, Illinois (population 22,897) seeks a full-time Senior Civil Engineer within the Public Works Department. This newly created position is responsible for professional and administrative engineering work involving the design, construction and inspection of Village public works facilities and projects. Responsibilities include capital planning; managing projects for the Capital Improvement Program including design, field inspection, project budgeting, documentation, coordination, construction oversight, and communication; inspection and documentation of improvements to public and private infrastructure; follow up on resident inquiries; permit review; site and development review including enforcing the Village’s stormwater ordinance; field survey; coordination with others in the Public Works Department, other Village departments, and other local governmental agencies. See the full Senior Civil Engineer job description (PDF).
Possession of Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering or related field, supplemented with registration as a licensed Illinois Professional engineer (P.E.) including a minimum of five years of progressively responsible experience in Public Works or civil engineering capacity are required. Registration as a Certified Floodplain Manager (C.F.M) is highly desired, but not required.
The salary range is $82,498 - $123,719 plus excellent benefits. Interested candidates should use the online job application to apply and to upload a resume, cover letter, and three professional references. Posting is open until filled. The Village of Roselle is an equal opportunity employer.
Social Worker - Police Department
The Village of Roselle, IL (population 22,763) seeks a full-time Social Worker/Counselor in the Police Department. Roselle is located in the northwest suburbs of Chicago. The position currently works Monday – Friday but will maintain a rotating on-call availability for law enforcement officers. This civilian position provides crisis intervention, short-term counseling, advocacy, community outreach, education, and other social service assistance to citizens in need as well as acts as a liaison with various resources and community groups within local, county and state organizations. This position performs such tasks as mediating conflicts between citizens, providing assistance to domestic violence victims, acting as a liaison with area social service entities, assisting with administrative adjudication and compiling service organization resource information for dissemination within other village Departments and within the community. Other responsibilities include case coordination, youth & senior services, and providing training to Village departments. See the full Social Worker job description (PDF).
Two years of related experience in social work and a Master’s Degree in social work or counseling is required. LSW or LPC licenses are required; LCSW or LCPC is desired. Successful candidates should have knowledge of government benefits and programs, resources and socials services available to members of the community. They will also have knowledge of mental health codes, personality theory, psychological principles, marital and family theory and dynamics, drug/alcohol characteristics, and general social welfare policy.
The salary range for this position is $74,022 - $110,772 and the Village offers comprehensive benefits and participation in IMRF pension. The expected starting salary is around $75,000. Interested candidates should use the online job application to apply and to upload a resume, cover letter, and three professional references. Applications accepted until position is filled, but a review of applications will take place December 20, 2021. The Village of Roselle is an equal opportunity employer.
Each position requires an application.
The Village of Roselle is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, religion, age or disability.
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The Board of Fire and Police Commissioners appoint successful applicants to the position of Police Officer and Firefighter. More information is available on the Fire and Police Department vacancies page.
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