The Illinois Department of Central Management Services (CMS) provides a broad range of programs and services to state agencies and the public. Our commitment is to ensure accountable, efficient government and enable effective public service at the lowest possible cost.
- Life insurance benefits
- Paid time off (PTO)
- Provides input and assistance with management functions concerning the administration of unit programs;
- Reviews program activities and develops critical analyses and recommendations;
- Coordinates, assigns, and provides oversight for a variety of special projects, often of a sensitive and confidential nature;
- Conducts research and develops and interprets data, creating spreadsheets and reports utilizing computer applications and Department operating systems;
- Confers with management staff to identify operational problems and develop appropriate solutions.
- Requires knowledge, skill, and mental development equivalent to completion of four years of college;
- Prefer coursework in business or public administration;
- Requires one year of professional experience in a public or private organization.
Meet with hiring managers from Illinois Department of Central Management Services and other leading industries at:
Job Fair of Tinley Park
Monday, February 24, 2020
10:00AM - 1:00PM
Tinley Park Convention Center & The Holiday Inn Hotel
18501 Convention Center Drive
Tinley Park, IL 60477
Pre-Register online at:
Plan to attend and meet face-to-face with several of the Chicagoland area’s finest employers.
All of the companies at our job fairs have open positions they are seeking to fill.
Positions in the following areas are typically available:
Sales, Customer Service, Call Center, Management, General Business, Marketing, Retail, Administrative, Insurance, Banking, Engineering, Accounting, Finance, Education, Law Enforcement, Government, Military, Hospitality, Human Resources, Technicians, Telemarketing, Healthcare, IT, and more.
Tips for Success:
- Pre-register—Receive notifications of any updates or changes to the event, and receive information about upcoming events in your area.
- Dress professionally—First impressions go a long way.
- Bring multiple copies of your resume.
- Arrive anytime between 10 AM and 1 PM—Plan to spend 45 minutes to 1 hour at the event.
- Bring a friend—All job seekers are welcome.
- Prepare a brief but effective “brag” to let the people you meet with get to know you.
- Keep an open mind—Meet with as many of the companies as you can; you may be pleasantly surprised at what you find.
Remember, the best way to be considered for a position is to meet the hiring managers in person. Plan to attend this event!
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