Account Manager (Former Employee) – California – June 10, 2016
I loved working in parking management services. It allowed me to meet a lot of great people, drive dream cars, and best of all--learn from successful people all around me. I am eternally grateful for the opportunities presented to me through my employment at Propark.
The thing I loved most about my job was the people--customer and employee alike. Not everyone can operate and handle all manner of vehicles while also providing great, top tier customer service. I also got to meet people from all over the world and this was great as I appreciate and respect different perspectives on everything in life.
The hardest part of the job was pursuing a personal life outside of management hours, which can be strenuous when you are managing a newer account for example.
Thank you Propark for not only believing in my potential but for helping to cultivate me as a individual.
Job growth opportunities, great coworkers, entry level access, cool cars.
Being a manager of a contracted service at a location severely limits user input and creativity.
Valet (Current Employee) – Sacramento, CA – January 24, 2017
I have only worked there a short time but I look forward to my job everyday. The employees are caring, funny, honest, work great as a team and look out for one another. The supervisors are caring and one particular really goes out of her way for us.
Dispatcher (Current Employee) – Dedham, MA – August 11, 2016
They only want you to work your butt off and when it comes to pay day either you don't have a check or you are missing hours. Then they want you to wait till the next pay period to get the hours you did not get paid. That's crazy! They should be reported to the labor board.
I am currently working here in everet,ma and the place is a joke and the management is a joke as well. First of all they dont know how to communicate
Driver/Delivery (Current Employee) – Everett,ma – April 16, 2016
I am currently working here in everet,ma and the place is a joke and the management is a joke as well. They don't know how to treat us driver with respect and they want you to do 20 to 25 packages an hour witch is really insane for 1 person for 16.39 .. that's only 16.39. Managers are idiots who are not Properly train ,it's funny ,one manager was a cook? And now he thinks he's a C.E.O OF COMPANY.
Assistant Manager (Current Employee) – Honolulu, HI – March 17, 2016
I go and check up on locations to make sure the employee's are ok and that the locations are ok also. If their any problem I try my best to handle the situation. I do allocations reports and mid month reports, marketing reports and also equipment reports also. It keeps me busy.
SECURITY OFFICER (Current Employee) – New Haven, CT – July 19, 2015
Monitoring day to day operations of assigned parking locations, issuing public tickets for parking and collecting payments for parking. We follow proper procedures on recaps, time sheets, drop slips and opening/closing procedures. During the day we assure that all customer orders, service inquiries and needs are dealt with properly and expeditiously. We also physically check for illegal parkers, oil spills, and strangers. The challenges we face at ProPark are usually from disappointed customers who we try our best to accommodate. I enjoy the community my co-workers and I share. I enjoy my job because when I go home at night, I feel like I've contributed something to society.
A typical day at work begin by counting the cash register any making any not of missing cash and signing off on it. My duties included but were not limited to, progressing payments, greeting customers and promoting sale. The management team were great for the most part, so were the coworkers. I have to say the hardest part of my job was the hours, as a full time student and a full time worker, working over night was a challenge. The most enjoyable part was the different people i had the opportunity to work with.
Parking attendant (Former Employee) – San Francisco, CA – February 20, 2015
It is very easy to get hired by this company because of the high turnover rate. First, it takes them a long time to process your information, so you may not get your first check for weeks. Second, the working conditions are atrocious. You get very little training, few opportunities for a proper bathroom break, and your standing out in the sun or hours. Co-workers were sketchy -- you could tell that a lot of them have very few skills and this is the best they could do for themselves. I would never recommend this company to anyone.
long hours, unprofessional management, very little training, low pay
Valet Attendant (Former Employee) – San Francisco, CA – March 21, 2013
I used to come to in different times regarding the flexible schedule time. I learned a lot of useful things. Being patient, Punctual, good appearance. I was so good with my co-workers. We were so friendly to each other and used to support in difficult situations. There wasn't the hardest part of job, I think I like driving different types of cars. this was so nice for me to drive different kinds of cars.
Good working environment,Great coworkers,Good hours.
Garage Manager Beth Israel Brooklyn New York 11234 (Former Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – October 22, 2013
Was nice to work for a hospital good communication with the doctors and staff. Hours were flexible. I was the manager of the facility and had good employees. Good working staff people were loyal and dedicated. When A attendant has a accident with a doctors car. Greeting the doctors and staff every morning.
Parking attendant/Captain (Former Employee) – ct – April 7, 2013
all i did at propark is greet customers, collect their keys, take proper inventory on their cars, and park it in a secure parking lot. most customers was nice but there was always a few not so nice ones but had to just keep my composure and smile its apart of the job.
Monitor building and grounds, I learned not to judge a book by it cover.My co-workers and management were nice guy, always on time. Hardest part of the day, is the last hour, since it was a over night job. through it all I enjoyed meeting different people.
The company started from the bottom here in Atlanta, Everyone hired was excited to grow with the company. We all where led to think they had a 2 year contract with Google and guess what...they only had a month to month contract. We did not even have an office to report to..our supervisor did not have an office only the bus, Upper management would not communicate well with the supervisor or us. As we where doing our jobs..we started seeing huge passenger buses with men in suites coming and going. We got to questioning this and found out that they where bidding on our jobs!! The "big wigs" never came to Atlanta to try to save the bid only conference calls. Their thoughts where that they have worked for years with Google in CA and that we would not have any problems here. Well, we are all out of a job now and no more Pro Park here! It could have been a good thing if the "wigs" cared! With everything in Atlanta going on..the new stadiums, hotels, etc they could have tried to do something else. LAZY all laziness and did not care if we had a job or not because they have one.
good hours, decent pay, benefits, GREAT SUPERVISOR
Upper management does not communicate with anyone including the people they have contracts with!