Develop, implement and coordinate campus transportation and parking operations. Assures the accuracy and timeliness of tickets issued, fees received, appeals, and updates. Manages abilities and tracks the available capacity of parking lots. Provides information to the public, staff, students and faculty about parking policies and procedures. Develops, updates and maintains policies. Recommends improvements to process and facilities. Oversee departmental projects, researches issues, identifies and organizes information to resolve problems.
Oversees transportation and parking services operation of the campus.
Serves on committees, boards or organizations regarding transportation and parking issues for UCO, Edmond and central Oklahoma.
Works with local, state and federal resources to develop funding for transportation services.
Develops multi year plans for major parking maintenance projects.
Plans, assigns, and reviews the work of the support staff in the daily maintenance and operation of transportation and parking services.
Assists in the University functions in the area for transportation and parking needs on the campus.
Supervises full time supervisory and office staff.
Inspects daily, by walking and/or driving through the parking facilities and reports findings to the Assistant Vice President of Operations.
Assists with the Development of short and long range budget for TPS.
Prepares and makes recommendations for budget and expenditures to the Assistant Vice President of Operations.
Keeps inventory of violation tickets, hang on tags (temporary and permanent), campus parking maps and other citation materials.
Continuously works with student groups and the University community regarding transportation and parking services.
Must be capable of maintaining good communications with the University of Central Oklahoma campus community regarding transportation and parking services.
Responsible for organization of annual TPS committee.
Must have a valid driver's license.
Performs other related duties as assigned.
Requires a bachelor's degree in business administration, management, public administration or related field or equivalent work experience that provides extensive knowledge of fundamental theories, principles, and concepts. Extensive knowledge and compressive understanding of public parking and transportation. 7+ years of progressive experience with leading planning, including program development and innovation, program prioritization, and assessment in the transportation and parking field. Appropriate profession accomplishments and credentials.
Budget management experience. Demonstrated knowledge and commitment to sustainable transportation, parking and logistics planning, design and operations. Certified Administrator of Public Parking certification (CAPP). Expertise with financial and statistical data and the ability to provide and analyze reports, budgets, and proposals useful for management decision-making.
Excellent oral and written communication, interpersonal, human relations, public relations, and organizational skills. Demonstrated ability to develop/manage budgets and oversee and allocate fiscal resources; partnership development; facilities management; project management. Ability to work independently, handle multiple tasks simultaneously, and interact professionally with all segments of the University community. Good supervisory, report preparation, training and project management skills. Ability to make policy and procedure decisions. Ability to effectively manage multiple priorities, render thoughtful decisions and motivate others. Ability to maintain confidentiality. Ability to bring a positive and enthusiastic approach to the team. Ability to communicate effectively, positively and with diplomacy between and among students, faculty, staff and general public. Knowledge of economic and public policy to shape transportation and parking behavior is preferred, as is knowledge of transportation and parking best practices, laws and regulations.
Repetitive movement of hands and fingers - typing and/or writing. Frequent standing, and/or sitting. Occasional walking, stooping, kneeling or crouching. Reach with hands and arms. Visually identify, observe and assess. Ability to communicate with supervisor/students/colleagues. Regular physical attendance required. The physical demands and work environment characteristics described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations (in accordance with ADA requirements) may be made, upon request, to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions.