Current Employment Opportunities

The Village of Lakemoor offers rewarding employment opportunities in a wide variety of positions. Municipal government offers people the opportunity to serve the community as well as work in a professional and career fulfilling environment. Explore our employment opportunities often and consider working for a well-respected community.

The Village values employee diversity and offers an environment where shared goals, performance standards and a common vision of the future guide the efforts of every employee. Hiring, advancement and rewards depend solely on ability, performance and contribution to our organizational goals without regard to age, gender, race, ethnic origins, physical abilities, religious beliefs, sexual orientation or other perceived differences that do not relate to ability, performance and contribution at work

Part-Time Administrative Assistant/Adjudication Clerk

$16.00 Per Hour 20 Hours Per Week

Administrative Assistant/Adjudication Clerk is to perform a wide variety of specialized clerical duties in support of the municipal court including the initiation, processing, and maintenance of legal documents, correspondence and statistics; and to provide information and assistance to the public regarding the hearing process, municipal ordinance violations and general customer service duties

Adjudication Clerk

  • Preparation for Administrative Hearing proceedings, docketing, and records maintenance
  • Oversees coordination of matters with Adjudication Officer, defendants, Village Prosecutor and Village Departments
  • Maintains strict confidentiality of operations and records as directed and required by law and Village of Lakemoor Policies
  • Process notices of violations, research property records
  • Provide administrative support to the Police Chief and Deputy Chief of Police
  • Provide customer service to callers and visitors to the Lakemoor Police Department
  • Performs related duties as needed or assigned

Essentials Qualifications

      • The ability to master clerical procedures and standards of the Lakemoor Police Department and the basic organizational structure and functions of Village of Lakemoor.
      • The ability to master the organization, procedures, and operating details of the Lakemoor Police Department.
      • Effect writing, including spelling, grammar, and punctuation.
      • Modern office methods, procedures, and computer equipment and proficiency in Microsoft Office and Google Suites
      • Principles and methods of business letter and report writing.

Essentials Qualifications

      • Occasionally lift or carry weights of 10 pounds or less.
      • Employ good judgment and make sound decisions in accordance with established procedures and policy.
      • Independently perform a variety of sensitive secretarial tasks.
      • Research and prepare correspondence and reports.
      • Ability to understand and follow pertinent laws and rules.
      • Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing.
      • Understand, organize, index and reference a wide variety of administrative information and records.
      • Type accurately at a speed of 60 words per minute.
      • Take dictation at a speed necessary for successful job performance.
      • Establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work.

How to Apply

Please email a letter of interest, and resume to Chief David Godlewski chief@lakemoor.net

Part-Time Seasonal Public Works Department Laborer

$12.00 Per Hour 20-24 Hours Per Week Details and Application CLICK HERE

Part-Time Police Officer

$23.00 Per Hour

The Village of Lakemoor is accepting applications for the position of Part-Time Police Officer.

The Village of Lakemoor is accepting applications for the position of Part-Time Police Officer.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • 21 years of age
  • High school graduate (or equivalent)
  • No felony convictions or domestic violence arrests
  • Possess and maintain a valid driver's license
  • Possess appropriate certification by the Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board
  • Currently employed in law enforcement or separated in good standing from a law enforcement agency

Duties include (but not limited to):

  • Enforcement of traffic and criminal Statute and local ordinance
  • Investigate traffic accidents
  • Write detailed offense/incident reports
  • Provide emergency response and assistance as needed
  • Attend court as needed
  • Attend training as assigned
  • Qualify with on and off-duty weapons
  • Work any and all shifts, including holidays, weekends, and midnights

All qualified applicants will be required to pass a thorough background investigation, pre-employment drug screening, and a psychological evaluation.

How to Apply