SOME REQUIREMENTS, (which are not all inclusive): For Completion and Submittal of The Pittsburgh Parking Authority's Official Job Application Form:
- You will need to completely fill out the Pittsburgh Parking Authority's Official Job Application Form.
- The completed job application form needs to be dated and signed by you.
- You must be a resident of the City of Pittsburgh at the time of hiring and remain so throughout employment.
- You must have a current and valid Pennsylvania Driver's License.
- If the posted position herein, indicates that a Resume' is required then it must be submitted along with the completed job application form.
- Send the completed job application form (resume') to:
Pittsburgh Parking Authority
232 Boulevard of the Allies
Pittsburgh, PA 15222
You can also pick up a job application form at the reception desk of the Pittsburgh Parking Authority, Monday - Friday from 8:00AM - 4:45PM at the address indicated above.
Please further note that submitted applications are logged, reviewed, and when applicable submitted to the perspective department for review. If the department is in need of potential new hires-the reviewed applications that are marked for possible interviews, are returned to the Administration Department and calls are made to individuals therefrom. Applications are considered active for a six (6) month period.
Thank you for your understanding and cooperation. It is hoped that the information provided is helpful.
COME GROW WITH US... JOB APPLICATION FORM
POSITION TITLE: Parking Enforcement Officer
PART TIME ONLY – CURRENTLY ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS
The Pittsburgh Parking Authority's Enforcement Division periodically seeks candidates to be placed on a part time eligibility list, who are friendly, energetic, courteous, responsible team players. Involves shift work day and evening shifts dependent on the needs of the department. Evening shift work driving to all Authority off-street metered lots, and enforcing violations therein. Also evening shift work pertaining to on-street meters and violations therein. Responsible for but not limited to: tagging of illegally parked vehicles, daily completion of assigned scheduled routes, accurate record keeping and the use of a computerized handheld ticket writing system and printer. Driving a vehicle following the street cleaning sweeper and tagging vehicles illegally parked. Enforcing the Residential Permit Parking (RPP) areas throughout the City.
An Office of Municipal Investigation (OMI) Public Safety background check is mandatory for all potential candidates. Must be able to drive and have a current and valid PA Driver's License. Must be or become a City of Pittsburgh resident at time of hiring. A high school diploma or GED is required.