Patrols the various parking lots on campus to enforce parking
regulations, usually by operation of UCO's license plate
recognition (LPR) vehicles but may also need to patrol on foot at
times depending on departmental needs. This position will
additionally assist with new student employee onboarding and
training, physical and manual labor such as moving equipment, event
setup, watch, and tear down, working outside on grounds, and
helping with preventative maintenance.
Department-Specific Essential Job Functions:
Must have a valid driver's license, clean driving record, and be
able to operate a typical motor vehicle. Must have the below
Hours per Week
- Drive campus parking lots and scan license plates using LPR
technology to identify parking infractions and safety
- Push out violation hits (pings) to the student ambassadors on
foot (i.e., support) to validate and enforce as needed.
- Continuously communicate with support throughout the shift,
ensuring the route taken is straightforward and easy to
- Alert support to observed safety violations or other
infractions that the LPR technology cannot scan for as needed.
- Be willing and ready to pause the drive to help support
catch-up on hit validation and citation issuance as needed.
- At all times during a shift, including times of inclement
weather (extreme hot/cold/rain), when support is riding in the
vehicle instead of walking on foot, provide student workers with
direction and keep them on task with citing, occupancy counts,
breaks, and professionalism.
- At times, may be expected to patrol on foot, validate pings,
and report parking lot occupancy depending on the department's
needs and staffing.
- Communicates issues to the Field Supervisor, including any
problems with student personnel, parking lots, money funds, or
- Reports suspicious persons or activity to Field Supervisor,
Transportation and Parking Services, and Police Services.
- Reports to Field Supervisor any equipment issues or repair
- Answer questions and provide general parking information.
- Assists in training and onboarding for all new Student Parking
Ambassador positions, may supervise at time.
- When requested, assists the TPS management with parking lot
repair and general maintenance activities.
- Works special events such as sporting events, graduation
ceremonies, and some holiday events as needed.
- In times of need, help other areas in Campus Enterprises as
- Performs other related duties as assigned, reports to Field
- 25 hrs./week, no remote work
- Scheduled during enforcement hours (Monday – Thursday, 8 am – 9
pm; Friday, 8 am – 5 pm; and occasional weekends)
- Shift A: Mon-Fri 8a-1p ; Shift B:
Mon-Thurs 1p-6p & Fri 12p-5p
- Applicant can work a mix of A and B shifts but, at a minimum,
must be able to work five complete shifts (25 hours) a
- Must have good communication skills.
- Prior supervisory experience preferred.
- Skill in dealing with the public courteously, tactfully, and
- Knowledge of computers and technology.
- Ability to work various hours.
- Must be responsible, punctual, flexible, and detail
- Must have a positive attitude and strong work ethic.
- Experience training and onboarding new employees.
- Excellent public relations, communications, and organizational
- Strong leadership skills, and ability to aid supervisor in the
training of new employees
- Sensitivity to intercultural communication and good
- Positive attitude, discretion, and strong work ethic.
Excellent public relations, communications, and organizational
skills. Experience working in a customer service environment.
Computer knowledge is essential; Ability to operate enforcement
equipment (tablets, radios, printers, LPR vehicle console, etc.).
Must hold a valid driver's license and be able to operate a motor
vehicle. Must be able to work outside in various weather
conditions. Ability to work various events, including some holidays
and weekends. Ability to explain and enforce parking rules and
regulations. Ability to report suspicious activity and safety
infractions to supervisor.
Excellent customer service skills. Ability to work evening hours.
Strong leadership skills. Positive attitude, discretion, and strong
work ethic. Must be responsible, punctual, flexible, and detail
Reasonable accommodations (in accordance with ADA requirements) may
be made, upon request, to enable individuals with disabilities to
perform essential functions.
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