We’re Hiring a Full-Time Parking Enforcement Officer
How to Apply
- Required Application Documents
- Job Application (download here)
- Cover Letter stating why you are interested in the position (in Microsoft Word or pdf format)
- Resume including recent positions and list of qualifications (in Microsoft Word or pdf format)
- Three (3) Ways to Submit:
- Position will remain open until filled; first review of applications on October 14, 2022
Any questions? Give us a call at City Hall (509) 548-5275.
Job Description Overview
CITY OF LEAVENWORTH
POSITION TITLE: PARKING ENFORCEMENT OFFICER
REPORTS TO: PARKING PROGRAM MANAGER
DEPARTMENT: ADMINISTRATIVE DEPARTMENT – PARKING DIVISION
POSITIONS SUPERVISED: None
FLSA STATUS: Full-time, non-exempt
SALARY RANGE: $4,172 – $4,698 per month; 6 month probationary period
The Parking Program is a Division of the Administrative Department. This position is a full-time, 40-hour per week (4, 10-hour workdays) Thursday through Sunday, and is included under the bargaining unit Teamsters contract. Work hours may vary, and working evenings, weekends, and some holidays is required due to the nature of the position. This position reports directly to the Parking Program Manager.
This position actively supports and assists the City of Leavenworth with parking and traffic control. This position performs a variety of code enforcement duties focused on directing vehicle and pedestrian traffic, enforcing City parking ordinances and parking related state statutes, and coordinating with other City departments and outside agencies as needed. This position holds no arrest powers.
This position requires office and field work. Due to the public nature of this position, it requires an ability to establish and maintain effective and harmonious professional working relationships with City staff members, other government agency staff, officials, citizen groups and individuals.
For more information about the job and requirements, please see the full job description below.