Provide analytical and field review of the Municipal Parking System and maintenance of the Municipal Parking Fund to ensure strong internal controls and efficient operation.
Job Duties and Responsibilities:
• Perform analysis work in developing, interpreting, revising and reporting municipal parking system utilization and financial data and its interrelationship to the overall transportation system in the City of Minneapolis. • Analyze operation and repair of parking related equipment, and technology, including on and off-street parking and other related equipment. • Prepare annual budget for City Parking Fund, including analysis of on and off-street parking system operating expenses and projections of following year expenses, revenues and rate changes. • Prepare recommendations to the City Council for operational, maintenance and plan changes to the Municipal Parking System. • Troubleshoot parking meter hardware and software configuration and train staff how to address specific issues. • City liaison to parking meter vendors in configuring and updating parking meter system attributes, rate structures, and event schedules. • Monitor compliance with standards set for the generation, processing and storage of on and off-street parking system operational documents. • Serve as contact to answer inquires, and be responsible for resolving customer complaints related to the Municipal Parking System. • Assist in the evaluation of new parking technology as it may be used in on or off-street parking systems. • Represent the division at meetings as necessary. • Other duties as assigned.
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MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor's Degree in Engineering, Accounting, Business Administration or equivalent
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: Two years experience in parking facility operation, revenue and expense analysis or budget preparation and analysis for parking systems operations.
EQUIVALENCY: An equivalent combination of education, training and experience may be considered.
The City of Minneapolis is the largest city in Minnesota and the heart of cultural and economic activity for the Upper Midwest.
The Department of Public Works is responsible for maintaining the City's physical infrastructure and for providing a variety of services to those that live, work and play in the city of Minneapolis. Those activities arecoordinated through three business lines: Transportation, Utilities and Administration.