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GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF CLASS
The PARKING SERVICES Representative monitors parking compliance by patrolling state owned or operated parking lots, parking structures, or metered parking areas under the jurisdiction of the Department of General Services.
This is a single classification and currently not part of a series of classes.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
The duties listed below are not inclusive but characteristic of the type and level of work associated with this class. individual positions may perform all or some combination of the duties listed below as well as other related duties.
RELATIONSHIPS WITH OTHERS
Employees in this class have frequent daily in-person contact with a wide variety of public employees, managers, administrators, legislators and private citizens. The employee will have occasional contact with judges, attorneys, and officers of the courts in providing testimony related to citations issues. There is frequent two-way radio or telephone contact with central office staff and occasional radio or telephone contact with local enforcement personnel. The employee must relate to and effectively communicate orally and in writing, with a wide variety of people who are frequently angry and/or verbally abusive.
Employees in this class receive general supervision. Work is performed with considerable independence in the field. Guidelines are provided through consultation with the supervisor and reviews and interpretation of appropriate laws, rules, processes, and the procedures related to the operation and control of parking facilities under the jurisdiction of the Department of General serves. Work is reviewed on a sample basis for accuracy and adherence to appropriate law, rule, policy, and procedure.
Positions in this class work outdoors in all types of weather and require the ability to operate a motor vehicle or bicycle. some positions may require the willingness to lift objects weighing fifty pounds or more.