Parking Officer – Temporary
University of South Carolina Upstate
Under general supervision, enforces University parking regulations; interacts with the campus community in regards to enforcement issues and parking and traffic information; services and maintains parking enforcement equipment such as electric vehicles, ticket printers and hand-held PDF devices.
In addition, serves as the Department’s Transportation Services Coordinator responsible for scheduling drivers and routes for the University’s fleet of shuttle busses.
• Identifies and issues parking citations to improperly parked vehicles such as; vehicles parked in a fire or loading zone, no parking permit displayed, illegally parked in handicapped spaces, or improper permit displayed.
• Patrols streets and parking lots by vehicle and on foot.
• Employs proper usage of hand-held ticket writing computer
• Compares license plate numbers of illegally parked vehicles with a list of license plate numbers of vehicles with unpaid traffic citations.
• Assists stranded motorists with battery jumps and car unlocks.
• Installs vehicle immobilization devices on perpetual offenders
• Schedules the University’s fleet of shuttle busses according to the needs of the community. Schedules drivers accordingly.
• Maintains accurate records and ensures compliance with DOT regulations
• Promotes and maintains excellent customer service and effective relationships with all campus departments.
High School Diploma/or equivalent (GED) and be at least 18 years of age or older. Must possess a valid South Carolina driver’s license with a good driving record. Successful background check is required.
$15.00 per hour
For more information and/or to apply, go to: https://uscjobs.sc.edu/postings/123698
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