Job Title: Director of On-Street and Metered Parking Classification: FLSA Exempt Department: Enforcement & RPP Reports To: Executive Director ______________________________________________________________________________________ POSITION SUMMARY: Position responsible for the directing, planning, development, supervision, customer service, management and implementation of the strategic priorities and the daily activities of the Meter Services, Enforcement, and the Residential Permit Parking programs, which must function within established policies and procedures of the Authority. Directs and manages staff and the daily functions of the department.
MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES: Direct the management and supervision of all functions and activities toward the effective, efficient and economical attainment of program goals, including maximum convenience to the public.
Participate in the planning and implementation of curb space management programs with key city stakeholders and in accordance with Authority policies.
Stay abreast of trends in the parking industry to ensure that the Authority stays at the cutting edge of parking technology and policies.
Oversee the planning, installation, maintenance, and management of the physical meter system.
Work closely and positively with a constellation of vendors and contractors who provide essential services for the day-to-day administration of the parking system.
Supervise technology implementation related to and administration of the Residential Permit Parking program.
Supervise the managers and parking enforcement staff who are charged with enforcing parking laws throughout the city.
Work closely with the Director of Administration to resolve ticket disputes that may require your attention in front of the Pittsburgh Parking Court.
Manage the department in strict accordance with applicable laws, regulations and established policy, including union agreements, to ensure fair and standardized treatment of employees.
Work closely with the City Planning Department regarding the Residential Permit Parking program.
Develop and update operational policies and procedures.
Plan the department’s capital and operating budgets and oversee the fiscal administration of the department.
Assist in the development of fiscal strategies to maximize the Authority’s revenue and minimize expenditures.
Participate in strategic planning meetings and union contract negotiations.
Critically evaluate a situation and comprehend its proper perspective, evaluate alternative solutions to consider the implications, and to arrive at a sound decision.
Meet with City officials, other Authority departments and community groups and various business interests.
Prepare special reports in connection with fiscal records as assigned or required.
Provide technical assistance and work direction to clerical personnel on accounting maintenance, fiscal management and/or other assigned projects.
Balance accounts and assists in preparing reports and statements.
Operate PC, computer terminal and peripheral equipment.
Create, review, analyze, integrate and evaluate data from reports.
Direct the expenditures of all funds in the department and oversees preparation of the department’s annual budgets
Plans and executes policies and procedures relating to all aspects of the department.
Initiation and preparation of items for the Authority Board meeting agenda.
Advises the Executive Director and makes appropriate recommendations regarding departmental policies, activities.
Works cooperatively with union contract personnel. Properly administer the grievance process and other similar contract processes as specified in collective bargaining agreements.
Maximize daily operational efficiencies and hold all personnel (union and non-union) accountable for their assignments.
Perform any other duties as assigned or required by the Executive Director and/or Authority Board of Directors.
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, ABILITIES:
Knowledge of governmental non-profit procedures and practices.
Complete comfort working with technology and implementing technology solutions; knowledge of parking technology and challenges related thereto.
Extensive and progressive management skills.
Extensive knowledge of enforcement and residential permit parking codes and ordinance, parking meter operation techniques and principles.
General knowledge of finance.
Knowledge of local ordinances, local and state vehicle violation codes and Authority regulations.
Experience with personal computer software applications.
Excellent planning skills.
Ability to maintain records, compile and analyze data and to prepare accurate reports and correspondence.
Considerable management skills.
Ability to communicate effectively both written and verbally.
Excellent written and communication skills
Ability to exercise initiative and sound judgment be diplomatic, and to react with discretion under varying conditions.
Ability to establish and maintain effective and appropriate relationships with the public, City of Pittsburgh departments, the Court system, state, other Authorities, agencies and employees.
Ability to be bonded.
EDUCATION AND WORK EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS: A minimum of a Bachelors Degree and three years of progressive work experience and responsibility, or the ability to demonstrate current enrollment in a undergraduate program of study with the intention of completing a Bachelors degree and at least five years of progressive work experience and responsibility. At least three years of management supervisory experience. Additional experience may be substituted for a Bachelors Degree.
SPECIAL CERTIFICATES and LICENSES: Must possess and maintain a current and valid Pennsylvania Class C Motor Vehicle Operator’s Drivers License throughout employment. Upon employment, candidate must complete International Parking Institutes (IPI) Certified Administrator of Public Parking (CAPP) program.
OTHER: Must be City of Pittsburgh resident, or become a City of Pittsburgh resident within 6 months of hire. An Office of Municipal Investigation (OMI) background check will be conducted. EQUAL OPPORTUNITY IS A PITTSBURGH PARKING AUTHORITY POLICY
Director of On-Street and Metered Parking Position
This is a dynamic opportunity to make a difference and to grow with the Pittsburgh Parking Authority.
The Director is responsible for directing, planning, development, supervision, customer service, management and implementation of the strategic priorities and daily activities of Meter Services, Enforcement and the Residential Permit Parking Programs, which must function within established policies and procedures of the Authority. Directs and manages staff and the daily functions of the department. A minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree and three years of progressive work experience and responsibility; or the ability to demonstrate current enrollment in a undergraduate program of study with the intention of completing a Bachelor’s Degree and at least five years of progressive work experience and responsibility. At least three years of management supervisory experience. Additional experience may be substituted for a Bachelor’s Degree.
Submit cover letter & resume to: Pittsburgh Parking Authority, 232 Blvd. of the Allies, Pittsburgh, PA 15222, Attn: Administration Department and/or e-mail to Aboule@pittsburghparking.com . For job description, and to complete and submit the required job application on line, located under “About Us - Job Openings” check out www.pittsburghparking.com or call 412 560-2514.
Additional Salary Information: Full Benefits package
About Pittsburgh Parking Authority
City of Pittsburgh, Public Parking Authority of Pittsburgh (aka - Pittsburgh Parking Authority). IPI Accredited Parking Organization with Distinction.