CONSERVATION/HISTORIC PRES. WORKER - DU QUOIN STATE FAIR GUEST SERVICES

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Date:  May 21, 2024
Location: 

Du Quoin, IL, US, 62832-3850

Job Requisition ID:  36791

 Agency :  Department of Agriculture 
Closing Date/Time: 08/25/2024 
Salary:   $18.81/hour anticipated hourly starting rate  
Job Type:   Hourly Full Time 
County:   Perry  
Number of Vacancies:   19  
Plan/BU: None   

 

The Illinois Department of Agriculture is seeking individuals, for temporary employment not to exceed 6 months, for the Du Quoin State Fair summer season. Temporary employees are needed for the following area: Guest Services.  This is an ideal opportunity for anyone looking to work in a constantly changing fast paced environment.  Successful candidates will be individuals who can work promptly and efficiently in order to maintain that the Illinois State Fair, as well as non-fair events, run effectively.  Applicants are encouraged to apply early as offers for positions will be made on a first come first serve basis.

 

Illinois Department of Agriculture 2024 Seasonal Hire Employment Application Process

 

All applicants who want to be considered for this position MUST apply electronically through the illinois.jobs2web.com website. State of Illinois employees should click the link near the top left to apply through the SuccessFactors employee career portal.

Applications submitted via email or any paper manner (mail, fax, hand delivery) will not be considered.

 

Posting Identification Number 36791

 

 

The main form of communication will be through email. Please check your “junk mail”, “spam”, or “other” folder for communication(s) regarding any submitted application(s). You may receive emails from the following addresses:

  • donotreply@SIL-P1.ns2cloud.com
  • systems@SIL-P1.ns2cloud.com

Essential Functions

  1. Maintains clean, safe and attractive public use areas.
  2. Performs a variety of routine clerical duties.
  3. Makes periodic rounds of buildings and grounds for protection against fire, theft or other losses.
  4. Sweeps, scrubs and polishes floors for maintenance of the buildings and grounds on the Illinois State Fairgrounds. 
  5. Moves heavy equipment and office equipment including chairs, desks, file cabinets, and transports machinery to garage for major repairs.
  6. Picks up garbage and hauls manure. 
  7. Performs other duties as required or assigned which are reasonably within the scope of the duties enumerated above.

Minimum Qualifications

  1. Requires knowledge, skills and mental development equivalent to the completion of eight years of elementary school.

Conditions of Employment

  1. May require possession of an appropriate valid driver's license.
  2. May require good physical condition to perform strenuous manual labor tasks for 6.5 hours or more.
  3. May require ability to lift and carry up to 50 pounds.
  4. May require the ability to stand for 6-8 hours.
  5. May require the ability to use Microsoft Office products.
  6. May require the ability to receive payments from customers. 

Work Hours:  VARIES  
Work Location: 655 Executive Dr, Du Quoin, Illinois, 62832-3850  
Agency Contact: 

Jan Doe

Email: jane.doe@illinois.gov

Phone #:217-888-888

Posting Group:  Building, Fleet & Institutional Support  

 

We are looking to fill positions in the area outlined below:

 

*  Backstage Runner - Assisting at each event behind the scenes; working with fair staff and entertainment to ensure needs are met (Must be at least 21 and possess a valid drivers license)

*  Parking and Selling - Sell parking passes to fair patrons and direct them to parking spaces

* Campground Attendant - Assist with camper's needs (Must be at least 18 and a valid driver's license)

*  Trams - Drive tractor trams to transport guest around the fair grounds  (Must be at least 18 and a valid driver's license)

 

Applications will be scored and ranked from highest to lowest score.  Applicants will be offered employment in score order. Applicants scoring 1 or less will only be contacted if necessary to fill any vacant positions. Submit applications as early as possible as offers of employment will begin on June 1, 2024, and will continue to be made to qualified applicants in ranking order until all positions for the entire season are filled.