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​Job ​Descrip​tion​

  • Non-sworn position with primary responsibilities including investigating complaints and enforcing parking and Community Standards ordinances within the City. 

  • Maintaining and tabulating a daily log of activities

  • Documenting all parking and Community Standards ordinance violations

  • Working cooperatively with residents and property owners by explaining actions required to comply with ordinances

  • Impounding vehicles for outstanding parking violations, obstructing public places or other infractions

  • Participating with community associations and merchants to develop effective enforcement and prevention programs for parking and Community Standards ordinance compliance.

Minimum Job Qualifications and Requirements​​​

  • Must be a U.S. citizen and at least 21 years of age.

  • Must have a valid driver's license with a satisfactory driving record.

  • High School Diploma or equivalent (GED); associate degree or 62 completed credit hours in a related field is preferred.

  • At least 2 years of proven customer service experience.

Pay and Benefits​

(Based on curren t AFSCME union contract  and subject to change per union negotiations)

  • 2020 starting salary: $18.89/hr ($39,291.20 annually).

  • Longevity payments after 5, 10, 15 and 20 years of service.

  • Discounted parking rates.

  • Medical, dental, vision and prescription drug plans effective on your 90th day of employment.

  • Employer provided basic life insurance with optional life insurance additions available.

  • Paid holiday leave.

  • Retirement Health Reimbursement Account.

  • Flexible spending accounts.

  • Wellness incentive programs.

  • Employee assistance program.

  • Uniform allowance.

  • Defined benefit/contribution retirement plan.

  • Educational incentives after one year​.​