Cal Poly Pomona University Police & Parking Services
Salary Range: Commensurate with Qualifications and Experience
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VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT CITY OF FLAGSTAFF
“We Make the City Better”
Date Posted: October 25, 2019
Vacancy No: 138-19
Position Title: Parking Aide
Division / Section: Economic Vitality / Community Investment
Closing Date: November 29, 2019
Position Status: Full Time;
FLSA Non-Exempt; Tenure & Benefit
Eligible Work Week: Hours will vary Sunday – Saturday; Shifts Will Rotate;
Salary Range: $14.7257 Per
Hour Recruitment: City website; Free websites; AZ Daily Sun (10/27, 10/30); Indeed.com; Lumberjack; Monster.com;
To Apply: Submit a City of Flagstaff application and a handwritten Police Background Packet to the HR office: 211 W. Aspen Avenue, Flagstaff, AZ 86001
For more information, please visit: https://www.flagstaff.az.gov/Jobs.aspx?UniqueId=167&From=All&CommunityJobs=False&JobID=Parking-Aide-1800
Team Flagstaff is looking for an individual who enjoys being outside in the community whether by walking or driving. The ideal candidate should enjoy speaking with the public and have the ability to maintain emotional and professional composure when faced with stressful situations. You will issue warnings and citations to gain compliance for parking violations, use hand-held equipment and resolve customer complaints. You will testify in court at parking hearings and may also be called to assist with traffic control.
Actively supports and upholds the City’s stated mission and values. Under supervision of the Flagstaff Police Department and Economic Vitality Division, with daily operations being supervised by the Parking Manager, employees of this classification are responsible for performing routine duties in the enforcement of the City of Flagstaff's parking regulations.
• Supervisory: This job does not have formal supervisory responsibilities.
• Budgetary: This job does not have budgetary responsibilities but carries out day-to-day activities within approved budget.
• Strategic Planning: This job does not have strategic planning responsibilities but carries out day-to-day activities in order to reach the stated goals and objectives.
• Policies/Procedures: This job carries out day-to-day activities in accordance with established policies and procedures.
• Compliance: This job has partial responsibility at the program level (follows, assists in ensuring compliance with, and may enforce) Federal, State, and Local laws, rules, and regulations as well as City policies and procedures.
• Council Communications: This job carries out day-to-day activities in accordance with Council’s adopted priorities and direction.
• Reporting: This job has partial responsibility at the program level for reporting to Federal/State/Local agencies including ticket information for adjudication.
EXAMPLES OF THE WORK PERFORMED (ILLUSTRATIVE ONLY)
• Provides excellent customer service to both internal and external customers. Act as an ambassador of ParkFlag and the City of Flagstaff ensuring a positive customer experience.
• Safely patrols the City of Flagstaff downtown business district by foot, bicycle and automobile to enforce the city's parking regulations.
• Issues citations to violators of the parking regulations.
• Answers inquiries from the public concerning the city's parking regulations, and directs citizens to the proper authorities for disposition of complaints or inquiries, if necessary.
• Reports any suspicious activities to commissioned officers.
• May provide traffic control assistance to regular officers as assigned or needed in connection with special or emergency situations.
• Utilizes ParkFlag’s enforcement software system to issue parking warnings and citations in accordance with the Comprehensive Parking Management Program.
• Operate a handheld device on a regular basis in varying weather conditions.
• Utilizes license plate reader for enforcement activities while operating automobile.
• Appears and testifies in administrative hearings on parking tickets, utilizing prepared evidentiary reports such as drawings, ticket history, and written documentation.
• Follows up on abandoned vehicle reports and arranges to meet with city contracted towing companies for removal of the vehicles.
• Use handheld tools, including wrenches, locks, and devises such as wheel clamps (boots). Installs wheel clamps on vehicles, as necessary.
• Performs general maintenance on pay-to-park equipment, including handheld devices, parking kiosks, and signage.
• Performs related duties as required.
• High school diploma or G.E.D.
• Must possess, or obtain upon employment, a valid Arizona driver’s license.
• Or any combination of education, experience, and training equivalent to the above Minimum Requirements.
DESIRED EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING
• 1-3 years clerical experience, including typing and data entry.
• Ability to learn and apply general maintenance procedures for digital meter equipment.
• Regular attendance is an essential function of this job to ensure continuity.
• Must recognize and accept the expectation of ethical and law abiding behavior in both professional and personal life, as an example to the public you serve.
• Ability to walk parking control routes on a sustained basis, sometimes under adverse weather conditions.
• Willingness and ability to submit to, and pass, an extensive police background check, including a lie detector and pre- and post- employment drug screening.
• Ability to become certified by ACJIS for computerized inquiries on vehicle registrations.
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES (ILLUSTRATIVE ONLY)
• Knowledge of parking regulations and related laws of the City of Flagstaff, or the ability to acquire this knowledge rapidly.
• Ability to operate parking enforcement hardware and software on a routine basis.
• Ability to consistently and fairly enforce the City's parking ordinance.
• Knowledge of the geography for the parking district in the City of Flagstaff.
• Ability to present comprehensive justification for ticket enforcement at administrative hearings.
• Ability to understand and carry out oral and written instructions.
• Ability to interact courteously but firmly with the general public, including written and verbal communication.
• Skill in conflict management, including effective de-escalation techniques.
• Ability to maintain emotional and professional composure when faced with stressful situations.
• Ability to walk, bike, or drive prescribed routes on a sustained basis in all weather conditions
• Ability to accurately fill out and process all paperwork associated with parking citations and abandoned vehicles.
• Ability to thoroughly learn and follow the rules and regulations of the Police Department.
• Ability to type and perform data entry into computer systems. • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with other employees, superiors, and the general public.
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS AND WORKING ENVIRONMENT
• While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to stand, walk, use hands to finger/handle/feel, and reach with hands and arms. This position is occasionally required to sit, climb or balance, stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl, and is regularly required to talk or hear.
• The position is frequently required to lift and/or move up to 10 lbs., and occasionally required to lift and/or move up to 100 lbs.
• Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus.
• Working conditions include frequently working in outdoor weather conditions, including exposure to road and vehicle hazards, and engaging in difficult public interactions. This position is occasionally exposed to fumes or airborne particles, and is regularly exposed to wet or humid conditions.
• The noise level in the work environment varies from moderate to loud.
Range 4, A-1-3, FLSA non-exempt
PRE-EMPLOYMENT PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS PHYSICAL, POLYGRAPH, MMPI-2, FINGERPRINTS, NON-REGULATED DRUG AND ALCOHOL SCREENING AND HPE/EJF
The City of Flagstaff is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, age, or protected Veteran status.
For application materials:
Visit: Human Resources Monday – Friday 8 AM – 4 PM at: 211 W. Aspen Ave., Flagstaff, AZ 86001
Call: (928) 213-2090 or 1 (800)-463-1389
Fax: (928) 213-2089
Applications are due to Human Resources by 4 PM AZ time on the closing date regardless of the postmarked date.
AmeriCorps, Peace Corps, and other national service alumni are encouraged to apply.
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Transforming lives through learning isn't just the vision of the Grossmont-Cuyamaca Community College District. It happens every day with our 30,000 students who take the first step in their higher education, become trained for a new career, or learn knowledge that transforms their world perspective.
The Grossmont-Cuyamaca Community College District honors a diverse academic community and fosters equity mindedness across our institutions. As such, the District is committed to eliminating achievement gaps among different student groups by promoting a culture of appreciation for diversity, equity, inclusivity, and social justice, and continuously examining our processes and practices through an equity lens.
The District provides an excellent health and welfare benefits package to its employees. We take care of our employees and have continued to offer medical, dental and vision coverage to eligible employees and their dependents at no charge for any of the plans we offer.
Become a part of this dedicated team in beautiful San Diego County!
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Application Deadline: October 28, 2019 at 11:59 p.m.
Department: Campus and Parking Services
Months worked out of the Year: 12 months
Work hours: Saturday - Wednesday: 3:30 PM - 12:00 AM (midnight); schedule subject to change based on need.
Shift Differential: 5%
Starting Salary Range:
Range: 30; $3,517 (Step A) or $3,719 (Step B) Monthly
Based on education and experience.
Anticipated Start Date: November or December 2019
- Under the direction of an assigned supervisor, provide protection to district property; guard against intrusion, theft and vandalism; make oral and written reports of any hazardous conditions affecting the security of District buildings and grounds.
- Provide vehicle and foot patrol of campus roads, walkways, parking lots, academic/administrative buildings, physical education facilities, food service areas, adjacent areas, and off-site locations.
- Work the District-wide telephone system and radio systems. Receive, assess, prioritize and directs calls for service.
- Observe and report acts of vandalism, thefts, unusual behavior, and intrusions to buildings, properties and adjacent areas, to district police or local law enforcement.
- Observe and report unsafe conditions and fire hazards.
- Observe and report persons entering or leaving buildings and grounds after regular instructional hours to district police.
- Report fires, warn persons and attempt to extinguish with available fire-fighting equipment.
- Secure doors, windows and gates in and to buildings on district campuses.
- Activate, deactivate, and monitor fire and intrusion alarms, turn off lights and running water to buildings on district campuses.
- Respond to calls for service, such as traffic control, unlocking rooms and offices, minor automobile assistance and other related campus services.
- Provide parking and traffic control services including issuing parking citations in accordance with department guidelines and other appropriate procedures. Make appropriate recommendations and decisions to reduce or eliminate unsafe conditions.
- Provide escorts to faculty, staff and students and temporary mobility assistance to faculty, staff, and students.
- Respond to medical emergencies in accordance with department guidelines and appropriate procedures.
- Provide public relations/customer services to faculty, staff, students and the public as requested and when appropriate, including assistance to motorists.
- Participate in campus emergencies operations as directed.
- Prepare written records of activities and incidents.
- Provide directions and information to visitors and members of the college community.
- Provide parking information and traffic control to visitors and members of the college community.
- Take custody of found, lost or abandoned property.
- Participate in on-going, in-service training, and attend meetings as assigned. Training may be conducted during off-duty hours including days, evenings, midnights, weekends and holidays
- Maintain departmental area(s) in a safe, clean and orderly condition; assure compliance with established safety procedures and regulations.
- Perform other duties as assigned.
KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES:
- Principles and practices of security procedures of a community college.
- Current English usage, grammar, spelling, punctuation, and vocabulary.
- Oral and written communication skills.
- Recordkeeping and report writing techniques.
- Interpersonal skills using tact, patience, and courtesy.
- Techniques of fire prevention.
- Techniques of safety and hazard recognition.
- Basic First Aid and CPR procedures.
- Use of hand-held 2-way radios.
- Prepare and complete clear and concise reports and records.
- Administer first aid and CPR
- Understand and follow oral and written directions.
- Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
- Meet schedules and timelines.
- Make detailed observations and accurately remember facts.
- Observe and comply with health and safety practices and procedures.
- Analyze situations accurately and respond quickly and appropriately.
- Determine reasonable action in situations not covered in guidelines.
- Establish and maintain effective working relationships with others.
- Maintain currency of qualifications for area of assignment.
- Graduation from high school or equivalent, prefer one additional year of college level course work in related field or certificate of completion in security or law enforcement training. Six (6) months of security work experience or parking and transportation services experience may substitute for one year of college level course work.
- Prefer one (1) year of work experience in a security assistant or similar assignment.
- Work shifts can be day, evening or midnight shifts and includes weekends and holidays as needed.
- Indoor and outdoor environment, may be subject to adverse weather conditions; will require standing and walking for extended periods of time; and will require working alone or in isolated areas.
- Incumbents may be involved or exposed to hazardous conditions in outdoor and indoor environments.
- Uniforms and other authorized safety equipment will be provided by the department.
- Will be required to respond and prepare for emergency call-back during off-duty hours including days, evenings, midnights, weekends, holidays, and vacations.
LICENSES AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS:
- Possession of a valid driver's license issued by the California State Department of Motor Vehicles is required and must be verified at the time of appointment. Valid first aid and CPR certificates must be obtained within 90 days of hire.
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The Grossmont-Cuyamaca Community College District, a two-college district in eastern San Diego County, has been providing a high-quality education to the region since Grossmont College opened its doors in 1961 and Cuyamaca College began operating in 1978. The district is tied closely to the suburban and rural communities that it serves, providing a $1 billion economic impact to the region through its payroll, purchasing, and spending by students and alumni.
The district has a strong commitment to diversity and equity with a student population representing a broad variety of backgrounds, ethnicities, socioeconomic levels, cultures and abilities. The district strives to provide an educational environment that fosters cultural awareness, mutual understanding, and respect that ultimately also benefits the global community.
The colleges offer more than 150 degrees and certificates in a wide range of programs. Both colleges have signature programs that have become well-renowned. Grossmont College is recognized for its top-notch Administration of Justice, Culinary Arts, Nursing and Allied Health and Theatre Arts programs, while Cuyamaca is known for its Automotive Technology, Ornamental Horticulture, Environmental Health and Safety and Water/Wastewater Technology programs.