Parking and Transit Services
Parking and Transit Services
The Director of Auxiliary Services provides leadership and oversight to Parking & Transit Services, Post Office, Vending, Image Center, and contracted auxiliary services (bookstore, food service, science storeroom), with the goal of providing excellent services while optimizing the revenue-generating needs of the university. The Director is responsible for ensuring that auxiliary services managed within the Division of Finance & Administration operate in an efficient, cost effective, and results-oriented manner to provide quality service for students, faculty and staff.
The Operations Coordinator is responsible for the daily functional needs of Parking & Transit Services. This position serves as system administrator, system software support, and database administrator support of our operating systems. They assist with permit sales and issues related to parking and/or parking fines. The position also serves as reporting and oversight for daily parking operations.
The Event Management Coordinator is responsible for all special event parking requests and related passes for the university campuses. This position assists with parking set up, staffing, training and financial reconciliation for all events where parking is requested. They also assist with permit sales, fine payments, accounts receivable, faculty/staff payroll deduction and traffic appeals.
The Accounting Clerk is responsible for processing all appeals and attends the hearing meetings of Student Judicial Board, Faculty and Staff Board and the Parking Committee for both Hattiesburg and Gulf Park Campuses. They process and maintain all records for reserved parking spaces and lot. They maintain all financial records and reports for permits, citations, appeals, boots and tows. They also serve as primary point of contact for customers of Parking and Transit Services.
The Customer Service Representative is responsible for assisting customers with vehicle registration and resolves issues related to billing, permits, boots, tows and other citations. They assist in clerical duties, answering the telephones, routing calls and mail delivery and pickup. They provide information related to vehicle registration, parking passes, rules and regulations, parking citations and direct issues to the proper personnel. They also serve as a primary point of contact for customers to Parking and Transit Services.
Parking Enforcement Officers
Parking Enforcement Officers monitor the parking areas of campus to ensure parking rules and regulations are being followed. They also assist with traffic and parking control for special events.
Parking Maintenance personnel are responsible for painting and maintaining parking lots, zones, and related parking signage. They also assist with blocking and traffic control as necessary.