Senior Parking Services Monitor Duties
This is regular or special detail work controlling the use of
parking lots and structures on the university campus.
Work involves patrolling all university parking lots and
structures, enforcing parking regulations, writing and issuing
parking violation notices, and monitoring parking gates and key
card readers. An employee allocated to this class must exercise
independent and sound judgment in enforcing regulations and
taking appropriate action to alleviate hazardous conditions.
Assignments are received from an administrative superior and are
carried out under established policies and procedures. Work
requires dedication to serving faculty, staff, students, guests,
and visitors on campus, and is reviewed through conferences,
written reports, and observation of results obtained.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Patrols on foot or in a vehicle all university parking lots and
Answers calls and complaints involving parking violations;
orders towing service to remove vehicles.
Writes and issues parking violations notices.
Monitors parking gates and key card readers and reports
malfunctions; assists in programming key card readers.
Explains and interprets parking regulations to faculty, staff,
students, guests, and visitors.
Assists in the supervision of parking monitors; may assist in
Maintains and repairs parking lots and structures; transports
and erects barricades.
Maintains records and prepares reports as necessary.
Performs related work as necessary.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
Graduation from a standard high school, supplemented by
experience in vehicle control work and in dealing with the
public, including some supervisory experience or related work;
or any 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 understand and follow established policies and
Ability to speak and write effectively.
Ability to analyze situations and initiate proper course of
Ability to supervise personnel as required.
Ability to develop and maintain good public relations.
Ability to react calmly under stressful conditions.