are intended to present a descriptive list of the range of duties performed by
employees in the class. Specifications are not intended to reflect
all duties performed within the job.
To perform a variety
of duties and responsibilities involved in the enforcement of Village parking
regulations; and to provide general information and assistance to the public.
RECEIVED AND EXERCISED
supervision from the Parking Enforcement Supervisor.
Essential and other
important duties and responsibilities may include, but are not limited to, the
Patrol Village streets
in a vehicle to enforce parking and regulations applicable to non-moving
traffic citations for violations observed including overtime parking and
Assist the public by
providing directions and responding to questions and inquiries.
vehicles, expired registrations and needed street and sign repairs; report
traffic accidents and other occurrences to Department staff or to the Police
supplies for patrolling assigned area; inspect assigned vehicle for needed
Maintain a variety of
accurate records related to citations; prepare related daily and monthly
responsibilities and duties:
Testify in court as
needed; prepare documentation of court appearances.
Assist in identifying
and removing abandoned vehicles.
with Traffic Control.
Assist in the training
of new Parking Enforcement Officers.
on the immobilization list and install immobilization devices on vehicle.
Perform related duties
and responsibilities as required.
Village parking and
related ordinances is desirable.
Illinois Motor Vehicle
Code as it relates to non-moving traffic violations.
Basic record keeping
Ensure the best in
class customer service is provided to both internal and external customers and
also embrace, support, and promote the Village’s core values, beliefs, and
Learn geography of
assigned enforcement area.
Enforce parking and
traffic regulations in a firm but tactful manner.
Work independently in
the absence of supervision.
Learn, understand and
apply pertinent laws, codes and ordinances.
Understand and follow
oral and written instructions.
Drive assigned vehicle
in a safe manner.
and concisely, both orally and in writing.
Establish and maintain
cooperative working relationships with those contacted in the course of work.
condition appropriate to the performance of assigned duties and
responsibilities which may include the following:
Walking, standing or
sitting for extended periods of time
equipment and vehicles.
audio-visual discrimination and perception needed for:
equipment and vehicles.
capacity which allows for effective interaction and communication with others.
and predictable attendance
Work overtime as
experience involving public contact and parking enforcement is desirable. AND
High School diploma or
equivalency to the completion of the twelfth grade. AND
Possession of a valid
Illinois driver's license.
Travel from site to
site in residential or commercial environment; work in inclement weather
The Village of Oak
competitive benefit package that includes: