I loved communication and being in a social environment.
Valet Parking Attendant (Current Employee) – San Leandro, CA – October 22, 2018
It’s a really entertaining work space and I love cars so I drive plenty a day and drive cars I’ve always wanted to drive, so it was also a fun job especially talking to the person who owns the car and talking to him about it.
Regional Revenue Accounting (Current Employee) – Boston, MA – September 28, 2018
Started with Propark as bookkeeper in December 2001 and I learned a lot quickly about the company’s business and the American accounting system. The organizational culture encompasses values and behaviors that gives opportunity and room to grow with the company, in less than a year I was promoted to a higher position.
Parking attendant (Former Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – September 23, 2018
Pro Park America has taught me how to multitask and operate numererouse machinery as well as build my communication skills. The manament were really helpful especially on on days that were busy and non stop movement.
Parking Lot Attendant/Cashier (Former Employee) – Hartford, CT – September 18, 2018
Work days required knowledge of events location on events and companies. Your required to deal with an volume change in the matter of minutes. As a parking lot attendant your at the mercy of the public .
Not able leave your post much to relieve yourself in the bathroom and ect..
You can come in with little to no skills in a supervisory position and leave with no new skills. Nothing about the job was rocket science, I asked for more responsibility, and was requested to work OT. The opportunity for growth seems pretty non existent unless you quit on good terms and re-apply to another division.
The pay should be so much better for supervisors $11 is not a livable wage and surely isn't enough to cover any type of benefits.
Shuttle drivers and cashiers were really good and reliable.
Cashier (Former Employee) – New York, NY – September 12, 2018
I feel that the job is alright with some amount of free time. You don't get any breaks because of how much down time there is but when it's busy it's like 3 hour block at a time. I don't hate the company and think there's things that could have been done better but I personally feel that calling a person in then telling them you didn't isn't professional. I learned on this job that all homeless people aren't unmotivated beggars and some are willing to work if able to.
Guest Service Representative (Former Employee) – Honoluu, Hawai, US – August 27, 2018
I didn't like the idea of poor management. I worked under the supervision of a manager who was not professional in the way she spoke to the employees. She was under the influence of drugs at times and I felt unsafe as an employee.
Valet Attendant (Current Employee) – San Francisco, CA – July 31, 2018
It is usually slow but sometimes busy. There are not much support at times and when something happens the blame game starts. Training is almost non existent but you catch on fast and has really help you become independent.
Valet Attendant / Office Staff (Current Employee) – Hartford, CT – July 11, 2018
Some days its slow other its rather busy. I have learned how to input the monthly numbers in for the month in to the budget. I enjoy the fact the manager is very nice and that the people i work with are also very nice.
Driver (Current Employee) – Mountain View, CA – July 2, 2018
I really enjoy working here but it’s just not cutting it living in San Jose in today’s time making 15$ and hour, I can’t seem to have anything left on the table at the end of the day. The management is great no doubt just the work load and pay makes it’s resentful.
Shuttle Driver (Former Employee) – New Haven, CT – May 8, 2018
It started out real good as time went by things started to change ,I took a pay cut because of the conversation I had with head management. I know more about CDL driving then the company. Things were said and done that were against the drivers even though the company brought in a union, over all it's a good company