LOCAL JOBS: Anti-Money Laundering Investigator, Naturalist, Educational Assistant and MORE

Finding one can be a tough task. Putting together a résumé, hitting the streets looking for “Help Wanted” signs and making the best impression on potential employers can be a tall order for anyone. Luckily, Patch wants to help readers find a few jobs and put some cash in your pockets. If you’re the one doing the hiring write about the position in the comments below. Listings were found via CareerBuilder and Indeed.com.

Employers, have a job you’d like to share with our readers, send it to Lorraine Swanson by noon Tuesday at lorraine.swanson@patch.com. Or, post it in our comments!

The U.S. Army Reserves Command in Darien is looking for a family readiness support assistant.

Lifestyle Lift in Downers Grove has an opening for a receptionist-patient service coordinator.

Dist. 205 in Elmhurst needs an educational assistant at Bryan Middle School to work with special education students.

The Forest Preserve District of Cook County in River Forest has an opening for a naturalist.

Waste Management in Lombard is looking for a dispatcher to work with drivers and help solve problems while on the route.

Aurora University in Aurora has an opening for a cashier/student accounts specialist.

University of Chicago in Chicago is looking for a field interviewer to conduct in-person household interviews for a federal government research study.

Crowe Horwath in Oak Brook needs an anti-money laundering investigator.

Lemont High School in Lemont has an opening for an attendance secretary. Apply online by July 8.

Seasons Hospice and Palliative Care in Burr Ridge has a position for a hospice aide.

Mariano’s in Elmhurst is looking for recent college graduates for its leadership and development program.

Elmhurst Memorial Healthcare in Elmhurst has openings for an emergency room tech and a specimen processor.

Naperville Community High School Dist. 203 has a 9-month position for a dual language administrative assistant.

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