Produces, creates and analyzes system-generated, and on-demand reports to assure proper operation, accurate reporting and focused monitoring of Landside parking facilities. This includes analysis of revenues, payments, parking visits, and exception events. Assists with the review and analysis of the parking management operator’s monthly invoice/statement, abandoned vehicle reconciliation report, cashiers’ payment handling performance, standard operating procedures, and daily cash, bank card, and check deposits. Provides trending and analysis of revenue control of sales, payments, and adjustment transactions by both Landside and the parking management operator. Directs companies that provide revenue control system and parking management in modification of procedures and software changes. Provides additional financial, accounting and revenue control operational analysis as needed. Performs all other duties as assigned.
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Applications will be accepted until 3:00 p.m. on Friday, October 11, 2013.
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REPORTING AND ANALYSIS
Generates and creates reports to analyze and monitor Landside revenue, payment transactions and exception transactions for compliance with MAC policy.
Produces daily, weekly, and monthly reports.
Analyzes operations, revenues, and exception reports to detect variances which may require further investigation and documentation.
Creates a detailed description of software enhancements.Works with the revenue control system provider to obtain costing and prepares necessary purchasing documents.
Supervises the revenue control contractor in creating software enhacements and is actively involved in testing the modifications before providing final authorization.
Maintains accurate files and creates reports to document reviews completed, findings, and actions taken in response to findings.
Reviews reports to identify fraud and ensure compliance with established policies and procedures.
Tests and documents the reliability, speed, accuracy, and integrity of the revenue control systems.
Reviews requests for modifications to the revenue control systems and determines appropriate action in accordance with existing controls and requirements.
Monitors, repairs, and enhances the revenue control system to meet organizational demands.
Performs field testing/observance of unusual revenue control transactions/events. OTHER
Assists Landside staff with annual taxi permitting as directed.
Performs other duties as assigned.
MAC CORE COMPETENCY REQUIREMENTS
Maintain the highest levels of professional judgment and integrity
Complete work assignments in an accurate, neat, and timely manner
Produce required volume of work within assigned deadlines
Consistently practice cooperative, positive, and flexible work habits
Use effective interpersonal skills to develop positive work relationships
Use good communication skills in and between work groups
Respond to confrontational situations in a calm and professional manner
Perform work in a safe, secure, and ethical manner
Maintain professional competencies through training opportunities
Comply with required work schedules
Comply with all MAC policies and procedures MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS
Bachelor’s degree in management, business, information technology, accounting, public administration or a related field and two years of parking revenue control operating experience in a high volume transaction environment, where primary duties included reporting and analysis using a revenue control hardware and software system >OR<
Two years of post-secondary education and six years of parking revenue control operating experience in a high volume transaction environment, where primary duties included reporting and analysis using a revenue control hardware and software system
Experience writing, analyzing and interpreting financial or operational reports
Intermediate skill level using Excel
Excellent oral and written communication skills
Ability to maintain confidentiality
Strong analytical and reconciliation skills
Ability to effectively resolve conflict in an assertive, but respectful manner
Valid state-issued driver’s license
Reliable vehicle to commute between job sites DESIRABLE REQUIREMENTS
Basic skill level using Microsoft Access
Advanced skills managing, monitoring and developing revenue control parking system hardware and software
Experience ensuring compliance with Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard PCI DSS
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