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Parking Control Officer (Part-Time) City of Temple City
Deadline: 10/20/2017 6:00 PM
Under direction, enforces all types of parking regulations in the City, either in a motor vehicle or on foot; assists Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department and Fire Department with traffic control and special assignments; responds to a variety of questions and inquiries from citizens; and performs other related duties as required.
Agency Name
City of Temple City
Hours of Work
29 hours/week
Pay Rate
$22.35/hr - $28.28/hr
Hiring Process
Application
Minimum Qualifications
Education and Experience: High School graduation or GED equivalent and one year of volunteer or work experience involving enforcement of city municipal codes. Other Qualifications: Possession of a valid Class C motor vehicle operator's license issued by the State of California. Possession of an 832 P.C. Certificate (Laws of Arrest, Search and Seizure Training/P.O.S.T. Certified Course) is desirable.
Posted
10/5/2017 10:50:22 PM
Deadline
10/20/2017 6:00 PM
Reference
Contact
Karen Johnson
(626) 285-2171 x4241
kjohnson@templecity.us
9701 Las Tunas Drive, Temple City, CA 91780
Website
http://www.templecity.us
Additional Info
For additional qualifications, requirements and benefits, please refer to the job description, which can be accessed from the City of Temple City’s website, www.templecity.us. Applications for City of Temple City jobs are accepted through an online process. Visit www.templecity.us to begin the application process.
Director of Parking and Transportation University of Oregon
Deadline: 1/4/2018 12:00 AM
Department Summary: Established in 2012, the Department of Parking and Transportation's goal is to provide customer-oriented parking and sustainable transportation programs and services to students, employees, and visitors of the University of Oregon. Parking and Transportation is an auxiliary unit that covers its expenses and operations through revenue generation, largely through permit sales, meter revenue, events and citations. Parking and Transportation's annual budget is approximately $2 million. Parking and Transportation maintains more than 3,800 parking spaces on, or adjacent to, campus in more than 60 lots and one multi-level underground garage. Position Summary: This is a leadership position within Finance and Administration responsible for providing strategic leadership to the Department of Parking and Transportation. The Director is responsible for administering and directing an integrated university-wide bicycle, commuter, parking, and transit/transportation program. The Director of Parking and Transportation reports to the Assistant Vice President for Administration. The Director of Parking and Transportation is responsible for providing leadership, expertise, and management for the administration of the Department of Parking and Transportation, including directing and monitoring daily activities. The Director will work with campus stakeholders and others to develop and implement a strategic plan for the Department of Parking and Transportation utilizing best practices and innovative programs for parking management and for active and transit-oriented transportation to, from, and within campus. When appropriate, the Director will recommend changes and improvements for university parking, transportation, and vehicle operations consistent with university policy, the campus planning process, and in collaboration with campus partners and other stakeholders. The Director ensures that programs and services are actively communicated to campus constituents and visitors and that the department provides principled and excellent customer service. The Director engages routinely with members of the campus community—students and employees —as well as visitors to the university, parents of students, city and regional community partners in the parking and transportation field, and colleagues in campus units such as the police, Athletics, and Campus Planning and Facilities Management. The Director works as a member of a team while frequently performing tasks independently. The Director is expected to exchange ideas, share information and explain policies and procedures. This position will also review ideas, information and opinions with others in order to devise procedures and programs and/or arrive jointly at decisions, conclusions or solutions. The Director is expected to set priorities, and assess and respond to customer needs. The Director will directly and indirectly supervise OA, classified, and student employees. This may include responsibility for hiring, taking disciplinary action, training, orientation, and annual performance evaluations.
Agency Name
University of Oregon
Hours of Work
40
Pay Rate
$90,000.00 - $110,000.00/year
Hiring Process
Application
Minimum Qualifications
Minimum Requirements • A Bachelor's degree and three (3) years of directly related experience (such as experience as a manager in parking, mass transit, or transportation planning), including directly supervising personnel; OR • Seven (7) years of directly related experience (such as experience as a manager in parking, mass transit, or transportation planning), including directly supervising personnel. Preferred Qualifications • Knowledge and experience in applying best practices to campus parking and transportation programs (e.g., higher education institutions, municipalities or similarly large and dispersed programs with a wide range of constituents) • Experience working with an enterprise resource planning (ERP) system for parking (e.g., T2 Systems PowerPark, Cardinal Tracking). • Experience reviewing maintenance requirements of surface and structured parking, and knowledgeably recommending repairs within industry best practices. • Experience developing, implementing, and maintaining programs and services that incorporate active transportation and transit-oriented transportation. • Experience planning and managing parking and transportation operations for large events such as concerts, sporting events, and the like. • Experience with the development or revision of a parking and transportation plan.
Posted
12/5/2017 11:12:35 PM
Deadline
1/4/2018 12:00 AM
Reference
3 Professional References
Contact
Donna Searles-Brown
(541) 346-8174
donnamsb@uoregon.edu
Website
http://careers.uoregon.edu/cw/en-us/job/521462/director-parking-and-transportation
Additional Info
Special Instructions to Applicants: To apply please visit our website, create an account and submit an application online. To be considered for this position applicants must submit a complete application. Complete applications must include an online application, a cover letter and resume that specifically addresses how the candidate meets the minimum and preferred qualifications for this position, and answers to all three of the following supplemental questions. Do not exceed a total of two pages for all three responses. 1. A successful candidate will have both extensive knowledge and demonstrated management experience in the evolving industry of parking and transportation. Please provide an example of how you have demonstrated strategic leadership in response to an operational challenge by helping make and implement strategic and organizational decisions. 2. Provide an example of a time in which you launched a new tool or service. Be sure to address how the need surfaced, what data analysis was performed, how the new service was communicated, and how it was received. What went well? What would you do differently? 3. Please describe your approach to providing customer service. What is your approach to ensuring effective communication with customers and colleagues? For a complete list of job duties for this position, please email campusopsjobs@uoregon.edu.
Parking Programs Manager City of Napa
Deadline: 1/8/2018 12:00 AM
Are you a closet transportation geek, eager to have a part in Napa's urban center future? Do you have expertise in development, implementation and or/maintaining a comprehensive parking program for a bustling, growing downtown? Are you someone who loves to analyze problems and identify key issues and stakeholder needs in order to achieve optimal project success, as you see a project through to ultimate completion? The City of Napa is searching for an experienced and dynamic Parking Programs Manager to develop, implement and oversee a new Parking Program that will guide City policy and decisions regarding managing the current and future public parking supply primarily in Downtown and the Oxbow District. The new Parking Manager will oversee the expansion of the public parking supply based on projected development, manage financing the capital costs associated with building new parking, and create plans to replace older structures over time, as well as enhance maintenance and security and move the City toward a more centralized parking management operation, to support Napa's growing tourism and business. The ideal candidate will possess expertise in developing, implementing and maintaining a comprehensive parking program for a bustling downtown, urban environment and have a track record of success in building relationships, strategic planning, operational decision making and managing program and project budgets. To learn more about this role and to apply, please visit our website at www.cityofnapajobs.org before January 8, 2018. The City of Napa is a proud equal opportunity employer.
Agency Name
City of Napa
Hours of Work
40
Pay Rate
up to $123,291 annually, plus great benefits!
Hiring Process
Application
Minimum Qualifications
Typically, this experience is identified through at least four years of increasingly responsible parking program management and a related degree from an accredited college or university.
Posted
12/4/2017 5:30:48 PM
Deadline
1/8/2018 12:00 AM
Reference
Contact
City of Napa, Human Resources Department
(707) 257-9505
hr@cityofnapa.org
Website
http://www.cityofnapajobs.org
Additional Info
Hearing Officer Data Ticket, Inc.
Deadline: 1/30/2018 12:00 AM
Hearing Officer Data Ticket, Inc. – Newport Beach, CA We are in search for a Hearing Officer to service both Parking and/or Administrator citations for the following areas: Desert Areas, Orange County, Riverside, Northern California, Ventura. Qualifications: Experience working within a public Agency for Administrative and/or Parking Citation Industry. Please send your resume to: dgarcia@dataticket.com
Agency Name
Data Ticket, Inc.
Hours of Work
24 to 30 per week
Pay Rate
50.00
Hiring Process
Application
Minimum Qualifications
Experience working within a public Agency for Administrative and/or Parking Citation Industry.
Posted
12/5/2017 8:55:38 PM
Deadline
1/30/2018 12:00 AM
Reference
Contact
Diana Garcia
dgarcia@dataticket.com
Website
Additional Info