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Company Name:
Job Title:
Parking Demand Manager
Industry:
Environmental
Job Category:
Government
Location:
Beaverton, Oregon
Country:
United States
Postal Code:
97005
Approximate Salary:
36.39 - 48.77 Per Hour
Position type:
Full Time
Experience level:
5 - 10 years
Education level:
Bachelor's Degree
Job Id #:
000040
Employer Contact:
Employer Phone Number:
503-526-2200
Employer Location:
Beaverton, Oregon

Parking Demand Manager

 

The City of Beaverton's Community Development Department (CDD) is recruiting for a Parking and Transportation Demand Manager. The position is tasked with the development and implementation of 10 year parking and demand management plan for motorized vehicles and bicycles for the Old Town and Creekside Districts of downtown Beaverton. The position is also tasked with managing the on street and off street public parking supply to achieve transportation policy objectives for neighborhood livability, safety, business district vitality, vehicle miles traveled (VMT) reduction, and improved air quality.

 

Using existing parking utilization data and plans, the incumbent will engage in an external community engagement process with members of the business community to include the Chamber of Commerce, the Downtown Business Association, other public agencies as well as residents to build consensus for the program. In addition, this person will also have responsibility for managing a new parking garage in the Creekside District, determining current parking vacancy rates, inventorying public and private parking supply, working with the Beaverton Police and the court system in developing enforcement mechanisms, planning for payment infrastructure and collections, and managing day to day operations, once the program is up and running.

Essential functions of the job include:

  • Determining the right mix of paid and non-paid public and private surface parking spaces, as well as parking time limits
  • Experience negotiating shared parking to maximize the efficient use of limited urban space
  • Working with business interests, property owners, and the public in building consensus on the need for the establishment of paid parking and demand management in a small to medium sized city
  • Developing a parking and transportation demand management program for motorized vehicles and bicycles for a city of approximately 100,000 residents
  • Promoting the development of new bicycle parking facilities, including dedicated bike parking in the public right of way as well as providing sufficient bicycle parking at High Capacity Transit stations to enhance bicycle connection opportunities
  • Limiting the growth of off-street parking spaces and managing supply and demand for parking, loading, and unloading in the public right-of-way
  • Engaging in public outreach and consensus building with the goal of gaining mayoral and city council approval for the implementation of a parking and demand management program
  • Convening and managing an internal technical team of city staff responsible for informing parking policy development, operations processes and enforcement mechanisms
  • Working with the Beaverton Police Department and the courts to develop enforcement procedures and processes
  • Developing and managing an annual budget and work plan for the program
  • In partnership with the city finance department and the court, developing a revenue collection and management plan for on-street parking and off-street parking in a planned municipal garage and on surface lots
  • Determining revenue collection infrastructure needs and costs
  • Coordination with field enforcement personnel
  • Developing and managing an ongoing Parking Advisory Committee (PAC)
  • Oversight of any third-party management agreements for parking operations, equipment, and services
  • Acting as the representative of the TDM Program.
  • Making presentations to other city departments, governmental agencies, policy boards, and a variety of business and community groups and organizations
  • Responding to and resolving citizen complaints
  • Preparing recommendations on codes, ordinances, and resolutions to include minimum and maximum parking requirements for new development types
  • Maintaining marketing and communications programs
  • Routinely assessing and recommending rate and fee adjustments
  • Troubleshooting operational problems and recommending appropriate solutions

 

THE IDEAL CANDIDATE Minimum Qualifications:

  • Bachelor's degree in finance, urban planning, public administration, engineering, or a closely related field
  • Five years of progressively responsible experience in program development and management, contract administration, budget preparation and monitoring, and supervisory experience
  • Valid driver's license and ability to meet city's driving standards
  • Ability to pass reference check and background check

OR

  • Master's degree in finance, urban planning, public administration, engineering, or a closely related field
  • Three years of progressively responsible experience in program development and management, contract administration, budget preparation and monitoring, and supervisory experience
  • Valid driver's license and ability to meet city's driving standards
  • Ability to pass reference check and background check

Preferred Qualifications and/or Demonstrated Knowledge of:

  • Modern methods, techniques, principles, and procedures used in the development, coordination, and administration of parking programs and facilities
  • Principles and practices related to the managementand regulation of on/off street parking programs in a small to medium sized city
  • Principles and practices related to transportation planning, to include: active transportation planning, statistics, and survey techniques
  • Laws and ordinances pertaining to the regulation of municipal parking as well as revenue analysis and scheduling methods
  • Principles and practices of contract administration and budget development and monitoring
  • Techniques, principles, and methods of effective persuasive speaking, public involvement, and conflict resolution
  • Parking equipment and related technologies
  • Local government experience in developing and managing a parking program and/or TDM program is highly desirable

 

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