The Parking Valet/Cashier is responsible for collection of public parking fees; makes change from controlled University change fund, reconciles daily receipts, prepares deposit forms, and assures security of assigned fund and other cashiering and departmental inventory items according to established policies and procedures; operates cash control equipment; controls entry to pay lots and structures; answers questions and provides directions to customers as to the location of campus and hospital buildings and related areas; performs minor repairs and maintenance on mechanical parking equipment; operates portable radios and intercoms; provides breaks and back-up coverage for absent cashiering and valet staff; provides cashiering and valet coverage for special events.
This position is responsible for opening the floor, valet stack parking, overseeing parking of vehicles, greeting visitors, providing information, advising patrons of parking regulations, providing limited security for parked vehicles, and other parking attendant duties as needed, or required. This position is also responsible for issuing maintaining and collecting tickets and vehicle keys; answering questions, providing directions, information and assistance to patrons as needed; performing daily permit audits, cleaning/sweeping in garages and lots, collecting wheelchairs, and patrolling/enforcing all garage and parking lot facilities as needed or required.
The employee must be willing to work and travel to any assigned UCSF campus as needed on short notice and must be able to work overtime as needed or required.
NOTE: This position may be assigned to any of the University's various sites. The supervisor reporting structure for this position will be dependent on which site the individual is assigned to.
Please note: there are multiple positions available.
Internal Number: 3160374
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