Parking Services Monitor Duties
This is regular or special detail control work on the university
Work involves patrolling assigned parking lots and structures,
writing and issuing parking violations notices, directing the
public in the proper use of parking space, and reporting
hazardous conditions. An employee allocated to this class must
exercise independent and sound judgement and take the initiative
in applying work methods to correct hazardous conditions which
arise as the public park their vehicles. Work requires
dedication to public service often made difficult by emotional
stress of events. Assignments are received from administrative
superiors and are carried out under established policies and
procedures. Work is reviewed through conferences, written
reports, and observation of results attained.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Patrols a designated area of campus on foot or in a vehicle to
enforce parking regulations.
Answers calls and complaints involving parking violations;
requests towing service to remove vehicles parked illegally
and/or causing hazardous conditions.
Writes and issues parking violation notices.
Directs the public in the proper use of parking facilities.
Observes parking and traffic conditions, taking appropriate
action to eliminate hazardous conditions.
Provides information to faculty, staff, guests, and visitors on
the university campus.
Prepares necessary records and reports.
Maintains and repairs parking lots/structures as assigned.
Assists in registration of vehicles on campus.
Operates parking service booth as assigned.
Performs related work as necessary.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
Graduation from a standard high school, supplemented by
experience in vehicle control work or related work; or any
equivalent combination of training and experience.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES
Knowledge of parking policies and procedures.
Knowledge of university campus, including streets, parking lots,
Ability to cope with situations courteously and tactfully.
Ability to react calmly and to take proper action under
Ability to develop and maintain good public relations.
Ability to understand and follow established policies and
Ability to write legibly