Job Opportunities

Manager, Parking Meters

Job Summary

The Manager, Parking Meters is responsible for every meter in the city of Baltimore, along with the full responsibility of managing the meter program and departmental employees.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Maintain the capital revenue for meters and distribute to the Finance Department for the development of the Meters Section budget;
  • Maintain and oversee all aspects of the operational, meter program budget;
  • Collect data from software and meter management programs to draft reports and compile the information used to inform management and the Board of Directors regarding the meter program;
  • Attend monthly Board of Directors meetings to report on Meter Section activities and financials;
  • Attend and represent the Parking Authority of Baltimore City in various meetings, such as community association meetings to discuss new meters, review issues, etc.;
  • Research, review, and report on meter programs of other cities, such as new meter technology;
  • Conduct day to day operational management of the section;
  • Participate in personnel functions such as the employee selection process, conducting performance evaluations, coaching and disciplinary actions as needed;
  • Complete required paperwork for the functioning of the section;
  • Complete other duties as assigned or required by upper management.

For a full description and information on how to apply, download the job description.

Closing Date: May 31, 2019


Construction Project Manager

The Construction Project Manager will oversee a diverse team that includes contractors, engineers, architects, municipal financing specialists and environmental professionals with the goal of ensuring timely and satisfactory completion of plans and specifications.  The Construction Project Manager’s responsibilities cover all of the areas of project management including Project Planning, Cost Management, Time Management, Quality Management, Contract Administration, and Safety Management.  The position is responsible for overall project planning and scheduling, resource allocation, project accounting, and control while providing technical direction and ensuring compliance with quality standards. The Construction Project Manager estimates costs, incorporating value engineering, or cost solutions, as the plans develop. The Construction Project Manager assists in obtaining required permits by coordinating with the appropriate agencies.

The ideal Construction Project Manager is a team player, a leader and a decision-maker and is a goal-oriented, effective communicator.  The position requires experience in parking garage construction, maintenance, and repair, and must be a fair judge of quality to assess the staffing, equipment, and materials of the contractors. The Construction Project Manager’s expertise in analyzing schedules will assist in tracking project progress and his/her legal insight will assist in managing contract issues to avoid escalation. 

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Parking Planner II

The Parking Planner II will examine parking issues at a neighborhood level and work with community stakeholders in developing solutions.  The position will also conduct parking studies, evaluate on-street parking regulations, and provide recommendations to improve upon current operations.  In addition, will collect and maintain data using GIS (Geographical Information System) software.

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Silver Level Certified Workplace Wellness Designation

 

Silver Level Wellness Designation

The Baltimore City Health Department’s Workplace Wellness Program was created to highlight the great work being done by companies in the city of Baltimore in promoting nutrition, physical fitness, emotional health, and substance abuse.  The information gained through this program will allow the Health Department to share industry best practices and identify new partners for legislative and programmatic effort moving forward.


PABC Core Values

The Parking Authority of Baltimore City seeks individuals who share our core values of:

  • Unquestioned integrity in every aspect of our business
  • Commitment to a strong work ethic and achieving results
  • Commitment to exceeding customer expectations
  • Fiscally sound operations; and
  • Recognition of the importance of people

We are committed to providing the best possible climate for maximum development and goal achievement for all employees.  We provide an excellent benefits package, are committed to diversity and will not discriminate against employees or applicants for employment on any legally-recognized basis including, but not limited to: race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, sex, age, marital status, physical condition or disability, mental capability, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression or veteran status.


Parking Control Agents are Department of Transportation Employees

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