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Last Chance: Apply for Part-Time Parking Officer Job

The job pays $18.89 an hour.

Today is the deadline to submit an application to parking services before 4:30p.m. An application is attached, here.

The following information is from the City of Summit's website:

PARKING ENFORCEMENT OFFICER  -  PARKING SERVICES AGENCY – Part-time immediate position available for 19 hrs/wk with prorated paid sick and vacation time. No health benefits. Schedule is flexible for approx 3 to 4 hours per day for a total of 19 hours per week. Ability to work Saturdays a must. Starting salary $18.89 hour.

Work is performed outdoors, in high traffic areas, and is subject to varying weather conditions. Duties require the ability to walk for long periods of time, skill in operating a hand-held enforcement device, and two-way radio. Attention to detail and legible handwriting a must.

Successful candidate will have daily interaction with the public. Candidate must have the ability to effectively communicate in a friendly manner. A positive public image is required.

Position requires a HS diploma or GED certification, a valid NJ driver’s license with an excellent driving record and must pass a criminal background check, medical exam, and drug test. Successful candidate is required to wear a provided uniform and maintain a neat professional appearance at all times. Dependability, self-motivation, & being a team player required.

Complete application available on the city’s website (www.cityofsummit.org) and submit w/resume to:  Rita M. McNany, Parking Services Manager PARKING SERVICES AGENCY, 512 Springfield Avenue, Summit, NJ 07901 or email to: parking@cityofsummit.org. Deadline is April 9, 2012.

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