Assistant Manager Parking Systems, On Street Parking
City of Minneapolis
October 11, 2018
$81,505.00 - $89,063.00 Annual
Full Time - Experienced
4 Year Degree
Lead and oversee the daily operations and staff of the assigned municipal parking system business unit, direct and perform analysis and reporting of utilization and financial data, and manage all third-party contractual relationships. There are three parking business units: Off-Street Parking, On-Street Parking and Impound Lot/Towing and they work as a collaborative team led by the Parking Systems Manager.
Job Duties and Responsibilities:
• Establish, implement, and monitor policies and procedures for day to day operation of the on-street parking system. • Provide oversight over all contractors to ensure contract compliance. • Recruit, hire, train, discipline, make termination recommendations, and evaluate employee performance, workloads, and assignments. • Supervise staff in the performance of statistical, financial, and analytical auditing of systems utilization, equipment performance, financial performance, and contractor performance. • Design, develop, and implement new programs, technologies and process improvements for ease of customer use and cost efficiency. • Manage customer issues and concerns. • Coordinate, monitor and assist in producing annual budget using utilization information and forecasting models. • Act as liaison between the Division, City departments, other governmental entities and stakeholders. • Innovation and knowledge to produce action plans, programs and projects necessary to stay current with industry trends, technology and customer needs. • Perform other related duties as assigned.
***The On-Street Parking area manages all curb side facilities including 8,400 parking meters, signed parking, loading zones, Permit Parking Program (Critical Parking Areas or CPAs), bicycle parking, etc.
****These positions require the ability and flexibility to work various hours, which may include nights, weekends and holidays to meet the unique needs and events of the city. In addition, strong working relationships are necessary with City traffic, enforcement officials, public agency partners, private parties and the general public.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering, Accounting, Business Administration, Public Administration or a related field or equivalent.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: Five years of relevant professional experience with some supervisory or management experience.
EQUIVALENCY: An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered.
LICENSES/CERTIFICATIONS: Must possess and continue to maintain a valid driver's license.
Internal Number: 2018-00585
About City of Minneapolis
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.