University of Connecticut University of UC Title Fallback Connecticut

Parking and Transportation Services Administrator

Payroll Title: UCP IX
Class Code: 0926-9089
Job Family: ADM
FLSA Code: E
Score: 677

JOB SUMMARY

Under the direction of designated administrator, directs the University’s transportation, parking and/or motor vehicle services.

CHARACTERISTIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  1. Develops operational policies, procedures, plans and services designed to effectively manage and meet the University’s transportation and parking needs, which may include parking facilities, on and off-campus transportation, and/or motor vehicle fleet maintenance.
  2. Directs University parking and/or transit systems such as an on-campus bus system, late night shuttle services, parking space inventory/usage, and vehicular storage.  Coordinates with area contractors to provide for off-campus transportation.
  3. Establishes contracts for a fixed-route bus service in the region and/or parking lot and garage attendants and maintenance, which may include work regarding the removal snow and ice, lot paving, line striping, etc…
  4. Prepares parking and/or transportation studies, recommendations and reports for Associate Vice President and University administrators to aid in decision-making.
  5. Serves as spokesperson for parking and/or transportation services and maintains liaison with University officials, state agencies and others in matters relating to bus transit, parking and storing of vehicles, traffic control systems, and/or motor vehicle fuel program.
  6. Maintains current working knowledge of applicable laws, codes, rules, regulations and developments in traffic, transportation and vehicle safety, storage, systems and practices.
  7. May be responsible for overseeing the overhaul, maintenance and repair of the University’s transit vehicles, and/or parking garages and area lots.
  8. Evaluates effectiveness of existing transportation and/or parking policies, procedures, services and transit vehicles; identifies problems, areas for improvement and additional needs; institutes changes within established guidelines and/or makes recommendations for changes.
  9. Directs the activities of staff and services; recommends staffing needs and is responsible for the training, evaluation, supervision, work assignments and work schedules of staff.
  10. Develops and recommends annual departmental budget; manages assigned budget and authorizes independent expenditures within broad guidelines.
  11. May recommend parking fees, installation of parking meters and/or other sources of revenue.
  12. Represents the interests of the public safety division on various committees and advisory groups.
  13. Reviews all motor vehicle accidents reports and/or parking citations/violations that occur on campus or that involve University vehicles or vehicles registered to University employees.
  14. Performs related duties as required.

MINIMUM ACCEPTABLE QUALIFICATIONS

  1. Bachelor’s degree or equivalent formal training and experience.
  2. At least five (5) years experience in a discipline related to the management of transportation services, parking services, fleet maintenance and/or oversight of the operational business functions of related discipline.
  3. Demonstrated supervisory and managerial ability.
  4. Knowledge of transit systems, motor vehicle maintenance/repairs and/or parking services.
  5. Demonstrated ability to work with state and federal agencies.
  6. Demonstrated ability to identify and resolve problems efficiently, effectively and independently.

Date Created: 07/17/85
Updated: 10/01/09