In keeping with the Village of Roscoe's commitment to customer service, the Human Resources Department provides internal customer service for 22 full-time employees, numerous part-time and seasonal employees. The Department serves as an information resource and ombudsman, oversees recruitment, benefits administration, classification/compensation, employee and labor relations, policy development, employee recognition, worker's compensation, risk management, and a variety of special projects.

In addition to employee-related matters, the Human Resources Department serves as the point of contact for liability claims against the Village. This includes claims of personal injury (e.g., slip and fall on Village property) and property damage (e.g., sanitary sewer backups). Such claims may be sent in writing to the Human Resources Director who gathers the preliminary information. The claim may then be forwarded on to the Village's insurance carrier for final determination based upon case precedents and current tort immunity laws. Tort immunity means that the Village is typically protected against claims unless the cause is proven to show "willful and wanton" neglect on the part of the Village.

The HR Department is located an the Village Hall at 10631 Main St. and is operated by Anne Hanson. The office welcomes calls or scheduled visits from interested applicants and all City employees from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM, Monday through Friday. Voice mail messages may also be left during other hours at (815) 623-2829, extension 105. The Village of Roscoe is an equal opportunity employer.




Two (2) part-time summer help positions are available.

Daily duties would involve mowing, weed eating, garbage, and basic maintenance.  Send completed application to:  Applications can be found here: Employment Application.  Or apply at: Village of Roscoe, 10631 Main St, Roscoe, IL 60173 M-F 9:00 am – 4:00 pm.




The Village of Roscoe is currently seeking applications from Village residents interested in serving the community as appointed members of one of the Village’s Commissions or Advisory Boards.  

Residents are encouraged to volunteer to serve on one of the various boards or commissions that play an important role in the functioning of our local government, and provide recommendations and advice on Village issues to the Village President and Board of Trustees.


Each commission or board consists of members appointed by the Village President and confirmed by the Board of Trustees with a term generally lasting two to four years.  All members serve without compensation, on a volunteer basis.

We seek individuals who are highly motivated with a willingness to learn and act in the best interest of the entire community.  If appointed, members are expected to diligently attend and participate in all meetings of the board or commission.  Most boards and commissions meet regularly once a month in the evenings, though on occasion, members may be requested to attend one of the regular meetings of the Village’s Board of Trustees. 

No special qualifications are required for appointment to the Board, however, applicants should have a strong desire to serve their community, and an interest in the subject matter of the particular board on which they would like to serve. Specific boards include the Zoning Board of Appeals, the Board of Police Commissioners, and the various ad hoc citizen advisory committees which are formed from time to time to provide input and advice on a particular topic. 

Those who wish to be considered for an appointment to one of the boards or commissions are asked to submit a letter of interest that will specifically include their full name, residential address, and brief statement setting forth the reasons that they are interested in serving the Village and any special qualifications or skills that they may have which would assist them in their service to the Village.

To be considered for this position, applications should be sent to:  David A. Krienke, Village President, Village of Roscoe, 10631 Main Street, P.O. Box 283, Roscoe IL 61073.