Multiple Permanent Intermittent (PI) openings exist at various toll plaza's within District 4. PI positions are not guaranteed hours; may work rotating or irregular shifts, may work nights, weekends, holidays, and overtime; and may be 'on-call' and expected to report within a 30-minute timeframe. Work requires long periods of time spent in confined spaces.
Under the general supervision of a Toll Sergeant and guidance from a Toll Lieutenant, the incumbent assesses, collects, registers tolls, accounts for State funds and performs other toll collection functions.
Assesses, collects, registers tolls in the form of cash, tickets and charges, and maintains a working
change fund; directs traffic and gives information to the public; enforces special rules regarding
toll collection and safety of bridge traffic and property; prepares written reports, takes complaints,
and may act as a first responder to hazardous materials and other emergencies; prepares
collections for deposit.
These positions require the incumbent to qualify for a fidelity bond, be fingerprinted, and pass a Department of Justice background check prior to hire. Also, a pre-employment physical examination including audiogram is required. Desirable for incumbent to have prior experience in handling money and a working knowledge of computers.
Reinstate or transfer eligibles are encouraged to apply; if you have no current or prior state service you cannot be considered unless you have taken the exam for this classification.
Please note: Possession of minimum qualifications will be verified prior to interview and/or appointment.
TOLL COLLECTOR (PI)
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All Bay Area Bridges - District 4 Maintenance Toll Operations
If you are not a current or former State employee, you must first take an examination to obtain list eligibility. This does not apply to Student Assistant vacancies.
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