PARKING ENFORCEMENT OFFICER
Company: Park City Municipal Corporation
Location: Park City
Posted on: January 16, 2022
Under the direction and supervision of the Parking Enforcement
Operations Supervisor, conducts routine on-street enforcement tasks
and other parking-related tasks within the City's historic district
and residential permit zones. Performs routine maintenance on
electronic parking meters, conducts signage inventories and
condition assessments. Interacts in close contact with the general
public responding to parking complaints, citation appeals, and
general questions regarding parking.
EXAMPLES OF TYPICAL JOB DUTIES
Enforcement - Patrols established routes in the car or on foot,
maintaining an enforcement schedule whenever possible. Uses sound
judgment to identify violations of State or City parking codes and
issues appropriate warnings or citations. Accurately enters vehicle
and citation data into the city database.
Customer Service - Acts as an ambassador for the city at all times
as this is one of the few city positions consistently in contact
with the general public. Educates the public in a positive manner
about parking regulations, directions, parking supply, general
city, and event information. Respond to complaints or concerns in a
timely manner, referring these to a supervisor if necessary.
Maintains a professional demeanor and appearance through actions,
grooming, and dress.
Stewardship - Assists with maintaining the cleanliness of parking
garages and lots. Identifies and reports paint and signage
deficiencies. Assists with the installation of sign poles, signs,
curb marking, and lot striping/painting. Completes reports
regarding accidents or incidents. Assists police and other
departments with problems, concerns, or incidents as directed.
Cleans snow from red curbs, meters, and sidewalks as needed.
Teamwork - Performs necessary tasks to learn or implement changes
associated with the Parking Services team. Maintains a willingness
to work day, evening, weekend, holiday, on-call, and special shift
requests as assigned or directed. Interacts with co-workers in a
positive, respectful, cooperative manner. Communicates with
supervisor/co-workers both verbally and in writing regarding
policies, incidents, safety concerns, and scheduling conflicts.
Takes part in team-building exercises and activities. Has a role in
actively evolving and bettering the Parking Team with new policies,
ideas, and techniques.
Misc. Duties - Performs daily cleaning and inspection of parking
meters notifying supervisor of malfunctioning or damaged equipment.
Collects, transports, and counts monies from meters. Performs minor
vehicle maintenance such as cleaning interior and exterior,
fueling, maintaining appropriate levels of coolant, oil, air
pressure, etc. Adheres to all City and departmental safety policies
and procedures. Other duties as assigned.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES
--- Some knowledge of State of Utah and Park City motor vehicle and
--- Ability to interpret vehicle and parking codes and apply sound
judgment regarding violations of these codes.
--- Ability to deliver excellent customer service under a variety
--- Some knowledge of the streets, locations, restaurants, and
hotels of the Park City area.
--- Ability to read English and interpret parking regulation signs,
pavement, and curb markings.
--- Ability to perform in stressful situations while maintaining
tact and courtesy.
--- Ability to diagnose and repair minor electronic meter
malfunctions using simple hand tools and techniques.
--- Ability to get results from teamwork, i.e. putting
self-interests aside for the benefit of the team.
--- Skilled in interpersonal communications, both verbally and in
--- Ability to write accurate, objective summary reports.
--- Ability stand, stoop, bend and kneel for extensive periods.
--- Ability to work outside in all types of adverse weather
conditions for extended periods.
--- Skilled in keyboard data entry.
--- Basic computer operations, including word processing and
--- Ability to accomplish assigned tasks with little or no
--- Ability to deal effectively with conflict in the workplace and
make decisions consistent with core values and departmental
--- Ability to complete special projects or training assignments
with minimal supervision.
--- Ability to read, interpret and apply vehicle and parking code
--- Possess and maintain a clean department of motor vehicle
--- Ability to obtain City National Incident Management System
EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE
--- High School Diploma or equivalent.
--- 1 + years' experience working in a customer service field.
--- State issued driver's license
--- Working knowledge of State of Utah and Park City & motor
vehicle and parking codes
--- Parking enforcement experience
--- Experience interpreting and applying vehicle and parking
--- Spanish speaking skills
--- While performing the duties of this job, the employee is
frequently required to sit and stand for extended periods, walk,
talk and hear and understand speech at normal levels.
--- While performing the duties of this job, the employee is
required to work outside in all types of adverse weather conditions
for extended periods.
--- The employee is occasionally required to use hands to finger,
handle or operate objects, controls, or tools.
--- Must be able to reach with hands and arms, climb or balance,
bend, stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl; ability to ascend and descend
steps. Ability to reach and turn body in all directions.
--- The employee must occasionally lift and move up to 50
--- Specific vision abilities required by this job include close
vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and
the ability to adjust focus. Ability to see for the purpose of
reading, observing parking conditions, and operating a vehicle
during day and nighttime conditions.
--- The employee works near moving vehicles, machinery, &
--- Work is performed generally in outdoor settings, in all weather
conditions including extreme temperatures day and/or night for
--- (Periodic/considerable) exposure to stressful situations
including passenger questions, complaints, and general transit
operations and city information inquiries.
--- The noise level includes motor vehicle noise, crowd noise and
is usually normal to moderate.
--- Non-traditional working hours which include evenings and
--- Occasional on-call working hours including evenings and
--- Work includes day, swing, and night shifts.
The physical demands and work environments described here are
representative of those that must be met by an employee to
successfully perform the essential functions of the job. Reasonable
accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities
to perform the essential functions. Accommodations will be examined
on a case-by-case basis.
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature
and level of work being performed by persons assigned to this job.
They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all duties,
responsibilities, and skills required by personnel so
*Essential functions of the job
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