Transportation & Parking Services often has open positions for student employees, and occasionally full time staff. Student employee positions may be found on the PSU Handshake website when posted. Alternatively, qualified candidates with interest in the below listed jobs are welcome to submit resumes at any time by e-mailing directly.

Student Positions

Student Accounting Assistant

The Accounting Assistant will be required to reconcile the financial activity for the prior day and prepare the tills for the current day's activities. The working hours for this position are not flexible and require a 4-5 hour solid block of availability starting no later than 7:30 am, Monday-Friday.

Student Parking Enforcement Officer

Enforcement Officers provide parking enforcement on campus from 7am to 7pm, Monday through Thursday, 7am to 5pm on Fridays, and 8am to 5pm on Saturdays. A typical shift includes more than just issuing parking citations. You will also be an ambassador for the University by providing directions and information to visitors, performing jump starts for vehicles, checking structure maintenance issues, placing temporary signs, and assisting parking kiosk attendants with breaks and shift changes.

Student Parking Kiosk Attendant

Parking kiosks are staffed Monday through Thursday from 6:30am to 7pm, Fridays from 6:30am to 5pm, and Saturdays from 6:30am to 3pm. A typical shift includes selling short or long-term permits to staff, students, and visitors and providing excellent directions to customers. The position can often be high stress during busy periods, so excellent customer service and cash handling skills are needed. At the end of each shift, attendants must reconcile their till and account for all permit sales against cash and card taken in.  

Student Office Cashier 

Front office cashiers sell a variety of parking permits, transit passes, and provide parking and transit information via phone, e-mail, and in person. Varying clerical tasks are also performed. A key role of this position is retaining and relaying complex transit and parking information to students, staff, and visitors. In addition, excellent cash handling, computer, and customer service skills are needed to quickly and correctly process intricate transactions in a busy environment.