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The City of Mendota, Illinois is accepting sealed bids for the sale of a 1971 ford C900 Fire pumper with approximately 18,000 miles. Miscellaneous equipment and accessories included. Possession on or about July 1, 1994. Upon award of successful bid, a 10% security deposit will be required. Interested parties should contact Fire Engineer Dean Ege at the Mendota Fire Department at (815) 539-3434.

Sealed bids should be so marked and will be accepted at the Mendota City Clerk's Office, 607 8th Avenue, Mendota, IL 61342 until 6:30 p.m. on Monday, April 4,1994, at which time said bids will be opened and publicly read. The City of Mendota reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids and to waive any formalities relating to the bid process.


1971 Wayne three wheel street sweeper. 318 Chrysler industrial engine. Runs good. Manual transmission needs replacing. Needs new exhaust manifolds. Has new brooms with extra new brooms. Make an offer.

Write Village of Capron at 120 South Fourth Street, Capron, Illinois 61012 or call (815) 569-2351 and leave message.


The City of Alton, Illinois (pop. 33,064) is accepting applications through March 2,1994, for appointment to the position of Director of Public Works. Position calls for an energetic, decisive leader with supervisory construction experience to lead and motivate a work force of 60 employees. Responsible for supervision of all aspects of street maintenance, sewer maintenance, sewer treatment, vehicle and equipment maintenance, design coordination with engineering firms and IDOT, monitoring of construction projects, scheduling, planning, estimating, and purchasing. Candidate must have eight to ten years of related experience. Prefer individual with any of the following qualifications: Civil Engineer; Certified Professional Engineer; or Construction Manager. The position offers a salary range of $41,000 to $44,000.

Send resume to Office of the Mayor, 101 East Third Street, Alton, IL 62002. City residency required after appointment. Equal Opportunity Employer.


The Village of Albers (pop. 750) is seeking a water and sewer operator who will also be responsible for street maintenance. The employee is expected to have a class B wateroperator's license and a class IV sewer operator's license. Previous experience will be required. Salary D. O. Q. plus benefits. Residency required after being hired.

Send resume by 2/30/94 to the Village of Albers, 200 W. Dwight Street, Albers, IL 62215.


City of Kewanee, Illinois, population 13,000, is accepting applications for the position of City Engineer to administer and direct all civil engineering and inspection functions. Requirements include B.S. in Civil Engineering or equivalent degree, a minimum of five years experience as a professional engineer, and Illinois professional engineering registration. A plus in filling this position is Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT) experience. Position reports to the City Manager. Responsibilities include reviewing engineering plans; preparing reports; designing small projects; inspection/contract administration; technical assistance in areas of potable water supply, wastewater treatment, sanitary/storm sewer design and maintenance, and streets; and is City liaison with other governmental agencies. Salary open DOQ.

Send resume and salary history no later than March4,1994 to: J.D. Kolata, City Manager, 200 W. Third St., Kewanee, Illinois 61443-2199. EOE.


The Village of Grant Park, Illinois is accepting applications for two (2) full time Patrolmen. Applicants must be 21 years or older to apply, have minimum eye requirements, and good physical condition. Must have a high school diploma or G.E.D. equivalent, latteral entry's are encouraged. To apply must have valid Illinois Driver's License. P.T.I, training desired but not mandatory. Salary based on training and experience. Must be willing to work revolving shifts. Apply by February 15th, 1994.

Send application to the Village of Grant Park, 106 W. Taylor St., Box 446, Grant Park, Illinois 60940. Attention: Mayor H. Russell Hilgert.

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1250 gpm Waterous 2-Stage pump with front suction; Detroit 8-v-71; HT-70 Automatic transmission; 500 gal. booster tank; right hand side pump panel; booster reels. Includes ground ladders, radio equipment, all warning lights and siren, and miscellaneous loose equipment. Unit is in excellent condition and currently in service.

The Village of Lyons, Ill. will accept sealed bids until 11:00 A.M. Monday March 7, 1994 at the Village Hall, 7801 W. Ogden Ave., Lyons, Ill. 60534 at which time bids will be publicly opened and read. Mark envelope "Pumper Bid". All reasonable bids will be considered. Call Chief Michael E. Ehle or Dep. Chief Gordon Nord Jr. at (708) 447-6655 for additional information or to schedule inspection. Sold as is, where is with no warranties expressed or implied. The Village of Lyons reserves the right to reject any and all bids and to waive technicalities.


Orland Park, Illinois (pop. 41,000) one of the fastest growing suburbs of Chicago is seeking applications for the position of Chief of Police for its 90 member department. Candidates should possess the following qualifications: Bachelors Degree in police, public or business administration, criminal justice or related field is preferred. Ten (10) years progressively responsible municipal law enforcement experience, including progressive supervisory experience; strong management, administrative, leadership and communication skills; thorough knowledge of modern police administration practices. Ideal candidate will have a strong ability to develop and implement strategic planning and goal setting. Salary: depends on qualifications.

To apply, send resume and salary history to James L. Smithberg, Village Manager, Village of Orland Park, 14700 Ravinia Avenue, Orland Park, IL 60462. Mail resumes by February 15, 1994. Resumes will be accepted until position is filled.


The Village of Lake in the Hills, Illinois (pop. 8,928), is seeking a highly qualified individual for the position of Building and Zoning Director. Lake in the Hills is a progressive and growing community located in southeast McHenry County. The Village is currently the fifth fastest growing municipality in the Chicago metropolitan area. Under direction of the Village Administrator, the successful candidate will be responsible for zoning administration, building code enforcement, and special projects related to community development. Direct experience in building inspections and a minimum of three (3) years supervisory experience required. BOCA certifications and a bachelors degree will be a plus. The salary range is from $33,000-$39,000 DOQ; excellent benefits.

Send resume by 3/15/94 to: Timothy Savage, Acting Village Administrator, 1115 Crystal Lake Road, Lake in the Hills, IL 60102. EOE.


City of Des Plaines, Illinois is accepting sealed bids for the sale of the following data-processing equipment: (1) NCR V8555M Main Frame with 2MB Memory; (5) Disk Drives with 940 MB Total Memory; (2) 634 Dual Mode 9 Channel Tape Drives; (3) Dot Matrix Printers; (6) NCR WorkSaver Processors and Printers.

For more information, please contact Russell Becker at 708-391-5623. Sealed bids are to be received in the Office of the City Clerk, 1420 Miner Street, Des Plaines, IL 60016 on or before March 31, 1994, 3:00 P.M., at which time they will be opened and read aloud. The City reserves the right to reject any or all bids.

Oak Park, Illinois, an established residential community of 53,000 on Chicago's West boundary, seeks a proven professional to manage the Village's Finance Department. Position requires individual with strong analytical skills, an open and participatory management style and extensive experience with municipal accounting procedures. Ability to relate positively with multi-cultural/racial citizenry is essential. Applicants must have a minimum of six (6) years of responsible experience financial accounting; three of which must have been in direct supervision of budgeting, fund accounting, revenue collection, debt management, investments and MIS. A Masters degree in a related field and possession of or ability to obtain a CPA are desirable. Salary Range: $51,922-$74,999 with excellent fringe benefits. Position is appointed by the Village Manager.

Send resume to Human Resources Director, The Village of Oak Park, One Village Hall Plaza, Oak Park, Illinois 60302 by Friday, February 25,1994. Oak Park is an Equal Opportunity Employer, AA/MF/DV and Drug and Smoke Free workplace.


The Village of Glendale Heights is accepting applications for the position of Village Administrator. Appointment is made by Village President, by and with the advice and consent of the Board of Trustees. Chosen on the basis of his executive and administrative qualifications, with special reference to his educational background, advanced degree (beyond Bachelor's Degree) from an accredited American college or university in Public Administration or similarly designated area of study; minimum four years experience in municipal or business practice. Duties include, but not limited to: general supervision over and be administrative head of all departments and activities of the municipal government of the Village, act as Purchasing Agent, authority of hiring, suspending and discharging employees, submit budget, assist in preparation of Appropriation Ordinance, shall act as business manager, inventory control, custodian of Village properties, exercise control of all Village departments and divisions, exercise power, authority and duty of any Director or Superintendent of a department or division when position is vacant, advise and assist Board, Committees and Commissions, attend meetings of Board of Trustees, make recommendations to and be directed by Board. Successful candidate must be willing to relocate within 12 months of acceptance of position. Resumes accepted through 2/28/94.

Send resume to: Michael S. Camera, Village President, 300 Civic Center Plaza, Glendale Heights, IL 60139. An AA/EOE.


The City of Woodstock, IL (pop. 15,000) is currently accepting resumes through February 15,1994, for the position of Principal Accounting Assistant. This key, para-professional position is responsible for implementing a wide variety of city fiscal operations. Extensive background in computerized general ledger accounting, payroll, and accounts payable required. The knowledge equivalent to an Associate's Degree in public accounting or fiscal administration, or a closely related field required with three years experience (municipal preferred) in handling routine level fiscal operations independently; or an equivalent combination of training and/or experience. Bachelor's Degree in Accounting/related field preferred. Experience with Lotus 1,2,3, word processing and public fund accounting desirable. Strong interpersonal skills and high level work ethics a must. Starting salary of $25,205 annually. Excellent benefits.

For consideration, send cover letter and resume to: Mr. Timothy J. Clifton, City Manager, City of Woodstock, P.O. Box 190, Woodstock, Illinois 60098. EEOC/AA/ADA.

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The Village of Wheeling is accepting sealed bids for the sale of one (1) 1971 Ward LaFrance pumper. Vehicle has no pump or transfer case. Vehicle has blown engine. Overall vehicle needs extensive repairs. Vehicle is sold "as is".

Sealed bids must be marked "Bid — Surplus Pumper" and are to be sent to the Office of the Village Manager, Village of Wheeling, 255 W. Dundee Road, Wheeling, IL 60090. All bids must be received by 10:00 a.m. on February 28, 1994. The Village of Wheeling reserves the right to reject any and all bids. For further information, contact the Fire Department at (708) 459-2662, Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.


Applicants should have experience in bookkeeping, spreadsheet and accounting software. Duties will include payroll, cash receipts, accounts payable, receivable, and utility billing. $22,500-$29,100 BA and municipal experience preferred.

A complete job description may be obtained at the Village Hall, 102 So. 2nd Street from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, or by calling 708-551-3800. Resume should be sent to the Village Administrator. Equal Opportunity Employer.


The City of Champaign is recruiting to fill the position of Transportation/Traffic Engineer I in the Engineering Division. About half the work includes receiving, investigating, and responding to traffic engineering service requests from the public. The balance of the work includes the planning, design, and inspection of general transportation improvement projects including traffic signals and street lights. Applicants must possess a valid Illinois driver's license and have the ability to become registered as an Illinois Engineer Intern within 12 months of hire. An ideal candidate will possess a B.S. in Civil Engineering with studies in transportation and traffic engineering, and two years of related experience. A proficient knowledge of computer aided drafting software is preferred. The position offers an excellent benefits package and a starting salary of $33,469.

Please submit resume by March 1, 1994, to: Information Desk, First Floor City Building, 102 N. Neil Street, Champaign, IL 61820. An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.


The Village of Glenview is accepting sealed bids for the sale of one (1) Wylie HEAT-A-MIX Model 50R Portable Asphalt Reheater/Recycler. Purchased in 1987, this equipment has been used for Village street repair and is capable of utilizing either hot or cold asphalt material.

Sealed bids must be marked "Bid — Asphalt Recycler" and returned to the Public Works Department, 1333 Shermer Rd., Glenview, IL 60025 by February 28,1994. For further information, contact the Public Works Department (708) 724-1700, ext. 257.


The Village of Glenview is accepting sealed bids for the sale of one (1) Bradco Backhoe attachment. Model 8 LD, for use on a tractor, or skid steer loader.

Sealed bids must be marked "Bid — Backhoe attachment" and returned to the Public Works Department, 1333 Shermer Rd., Glenview, IL 60025 by February 28, 1994. For further information, contact the Public Works Department (708) 724- 1700, ext. 257.


The Village of Wilmette (population 26,690) is seeking to fill the position of Administrative Analyst in the Village Manager's Office. Position will work under the general direction of the Village Manager and Assistant Village Manager. Position will be responsible for coordinating the Village wide safety program, provide staff assistance to the Board of Fire and Police Commissioners, assist in the preparation of the Village Board agenda and annual budget and perform various management and personnel related studies in the Village Manager's Office. Successful applicant will have a Bachelor's Degree in Public Administration or a related field, master's degree preferred with at least one year of practical experience in municipal management. The starting salary range is $30,017- $32,905 and dependent on qualifications. The Village has an excellent benefit package.

Interested candidates should send a resume with at least three work related references by Tuesday, February 1, 1994, 5:00 p.m. to: Michael J. Earl, Assistant Village Manager, 1200 Wilmette Avenue, Wilmette, IL 60091. Questions should be directed to the Assistant Village Manager at (708) 251-2700, ext. 126. The Village of Wilmette is an EOE employer.


This is responsible executive management work in directing the accounting and fiscal function of the city. Work involves overall responsibility for developing and monitoring the city's annual budget, advising the city council on the city's financial status, insuring the city's financial integrity and supervising finance and accounting functions and systems. Work is performed under administrative review. Preferably a masters degree in accounting or business administration, will consider a bachelors in accounting or business administration coupled with certification as a certified public accountant. 3-5 yrs. in financial administration including experience in a supervisory position in government or any equivalent combination of education and experience that provides knowledge and skills in the principles, practices and methods of municipal accounting, finance, auditing, and thorough knowledge of the law and ordinances governing same. Salary is commensurate with experience and training. Range $35,000.00 to $45,000.00.

Please send resumes only to the Illinois Department of Employment Security at 200 S. Second, Suite 10, Pekin, IL 61554.


Byron, Illinois (population 2,300), a growing city located in northern Ogle County, twelve miles south of Rockford, is accepting applications for the position of Chief of Police. The Byron Police Department has five full time police officers and 1 civilian employee. Candidates should possess a solid combination of education and training (Bachelor's degree preferred). Minimum of ten years of responsible municipal law enforcement experience, including at least five years in a supervisory or command capacity. Good administrative, interpersonal management skills. Knowledge of current police administrative practices, applicable laws, and recent court decisions required; active interest in community affairs and activities; and, ability to enhance public understanding and support of police services. Candidates must be willing to relocate within the Byron area, within six months. Candidates will undergo psychological, medical, polygraph, written and oral examinations as well as extensive background investigation. Salary range $36,000-$40,000 plus fringe benefits. Applications will be accepted through March 15,1994.

Send resume, cover letter and five references to: Mayor Kathryn A. Hamas, 120 North Union, P.O. Box 916, Byron, IL 61010-0916. Mark envelope "Police Chief Application".

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