Parking Enforcement Officer Lead Duties and Responsibilities
Purpose of Classification:
or supervises other Parking Enforcement Officers and patrols
assigned parking areas to issue parking citations for owners of
vehicles in violation of university parking regulations.
second in a series of two classifications. It is distinguished from
the Parking Enforcement Officer by the lead responsibilities. Work
is performed outdoors, year-round either on foot or using a
Examples of Duties:
- Coordinates the activities of subordinates.
- Advises workers of department policies and procedures and
recommends changes to management.
- Investigates and answers complaints regarding citations or
Parking Enforcement Officers.
- Writes and issues citations or warnings to drivers of
vehicles, including bicycles, in violation of university parking
or traffic regulations.
- Locates lost, stolen and counterfeit permits and takes
necessary enforcement action.
- Prepares regular reports and fills out a daily log of
citations/warnings issued and submits to supervisor; assists
supervisor with special projects.
- Checks listing of vehicles to be booted or towed upon next
violation as citations are issued; if vehicle is on list,
requests confirmation from dispatch via two-way radio; completes
necessary forms and places boot on vehicle or has vehicle towed;
places u-lock on bicycle or removes bicycle and places in
- Assists motorists periodically with such things as flat
tires, keys locked in car or battery jump-starts.
- Directs traffic, performs building checks or otherwise
assists university police.
- Provides directions or other information upon request of
faculty, staff, students or visitors.
- Monitors general preventive maintenance on vehicles checking
oil, gas and reporting problems to supervisors.
- May assist other areas with various work assignments.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
- Knowledge of general law enforcement objectives.
- Knowledge of supervisory practices and principles.
- Knowledge of general parking regulations, rules and
- Skill in preparing written reports.
- Skill in dealing with public courteously, tactfully and
- Skill in carrying out verbal and written instruction.
years' parking enforcement or related experience; OR, Any equivalent
combination of experience and/or education from which comparable
knowledge, skills and abilities have been achieved. Possession of a
current Arizona Type D driver's license is required upon employment.
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