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Part Time - Parking Office - Permit Enforcement


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The Vehicle Registration Office at Penn State Harrisburg is accepting applications for part-time parking permit enforcement for the 2022 to 2023 Academic Year.

Job Duties

+ Patrol assigned areas of campus to identify parking violations.

+ Issue parking tickets and/or warnings.

+ Direct all violation recipients to the VRP office with disputes and/or complaints.

+ Provide information on parking regulations and available parking options.

+ General office duties including filing, organizing and minimal computer entries.

+ Assist office personnel with additional tasks as needed (i.e. verification of non-working kiosk machines, upkeep on Parking Gator, etc).

+ Direct pedestrians and vehicular traffic within parking lots during special events as requested.

Requirements and Qualifications

+ May require the ability to work in an outdoor environment in adverse weather conditions including extreme heat and cold.

Applications will remain active until December 31, 2023. Vacancies will be filled as needed. You will be contacted if an appropriate opening arises.

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