|Parking Garage Attendant I|
|JOB CODE:||111732 |
|SALARY RANGE:||$16,749 - $23,185|
|LOCATION OF WORK|
|Department of Public Works|
|Under the general direction of a higher classification, performs routine work in the operation of the City-Parish Garages. Work involves issuing parking voucher tickets, collecting monies for parking fees, and patrolling the parking lots for safety hazards and to prevent vandalism and theft. Employees of this class are subject to unusual working hours including nights and weekends. Work is performed under close supervision and accuracy is checked daily through reconciliation of monies collected and parking ticket receipts. Performs other work as requested.|
|ESSENTIAL WORK TASKS|
|Issues parking vouchers to vehicles entering City-Parish parking garages; determines parking charges based on time vehicle remained in the parking garage.
Collects parking fees and makes change or verifies valid prepaid parking garage pass.
Patrols parking garages to locate hazardous conditions; removes debris and reports vandalism, and broken equipment to superior.
Directs vehicle parking for downtown events.
|KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES|
|Skill in the operation of calculators.
Ability to perform simple addition and subtraction accurately.
Ability to understand and carry out simple oral and written instructions.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with other employees and the general public.
Ability to apply good work habits such as punctuality, reliability, preciseness, and dependability in order to effectively complete assigned tasks and contribute to the smooth operation of the department and division.
|EDUCATIONAL AND EXPERIENCE|
|Ability to read and write, and six months of experience in a position involving receipt of monies from the general public.|
|Any equivalent combination of education and experience.|
|OTHER JOB ASPECTS|
|The work examples described in this specification are intended only as an illustration of the various types of work that may be performed. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from job performance requirements if the work is similar, related, or a logical assignment to the job.|