The Village of Glendale Heights is a drug free workplace & equal opportunity employer
The Human Resources Department accepts applications for employment and tests potential candidates. We process the hiring documents and maintain all personnel and payroll records for every employee working for the Village. All benefits are administered and kept current by the Human Resources Department.
We are now accepting applications for the following position(s):
Skilled Seasonal Laborer (Public Works) (pdf)
WPCF Wastewater Lead Maintenance Worker/Operator (pdf)
Part-Time Customer Service Associate (PRF) (pdf)
Seasonal Office Worker (pdf)
School Crossing Guard (pdf)
Internship Opportunities (pdf)
2014 Golf Seasonal Employment Opportunities (pdf)
2014 Parks, Recreation & Facilities Seasonal Employment Opportunities (pdf)
Submit applications to:
Village of Glendale Heights
Attn: Human Resources Dept.
300 Civic Center Plaza
Glendale Heights, IL 60139
Click here to download an interactive application that can be filled out on your computer (6.93 MB pdf).
Click here to download an application that can be printed and filled out (2.49 MB pdf).
E-mail to: email@example.com
Fax to: 630-510-1708
Additional Seasonal Employment Opportunities:
The Village of Glendale Heights is currently in partnership with RoccoVino’s for the provision of Concession Services at the Glendale Heights GH20 Aquatic Center located at 240 Civic Center Plaza in Glendale Heights.
RoccoVino’s is currently hiring for seasonal employees to work at the GH20 Aquatic Center’s concession stand for this upcoming Summer 2014 season.
Please note that RoccoVino’s recruitment and selection process for summer employees is not associated with the Village of Glendale Heights.
To apply, send an email with your interest to:
Make Your Way (MYWay)
DuPage County is launching a new program designed to address two big problems in the DuPage area: high unemployment among youth, and the lack of young people pursuing careers in manufacturing.
This initiative is for DuPage County youth ages 18 to 21. MYWay will introduce area youth to the good career options available in manufacturing with:
four weeks of paid career prep and exploration,
giving them an industry-recognized safety certification,
then landing them a six-week paid internship at a local manufacturing company.
Participants can make up to $3,260 over the full 10 weeks. At the end of the paid internship, they may be hired by the company, or they may continue with further occupational training.
Interested 18 to 21 year olds who live in DuPage County should call 630.955.2070 or email
firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about this exciting new program.