Park Fee Collector (#TC9228)
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$12.03-$14.62 Hourly / $2,085.20-$2,534.13 Monthly / $25,022.40-$30,409.60 Yearly


This is a temporary/part-time class in the Facilities Management Department, Division of Parks and Recreation. Under immediate supervision, an incumbent performs basic fee collection and visitor service functions for park facilities; and does related or other work as required.


Employees in this class collect and account for park use fees, provide initial greeting to park visitors, and give information and directions.


  • Conducts entrance station sales including collection of parking, pet, zoo admission, fishing, boating, and camping fees.
  • Provides information and directions to public; answers visitor questions.
  • Maintains daily records of visitor use; maintains and records cash sales; fills out incident and accident reports as needed.
  • Maintains entrance station kiosk with all supplies and equipment required; may perform basic housekeeping duties as required.
  • May operate paddle-boat rental facilities and perform related activities; may operate motor boats; may assist customers in boarding and exiting boats and fitting safety equipment.

    License:  Possession of a valid California Driver’s License.


    Experience:  Six months of paid experience in handling cash and making change. 



    Basic fee collection and accounting practices; basic mathematics and record keeping; basic principles and practices of public relations; basic principles and practices of inventory control.


    Understand and follow oral and written directions; deal effectively with the public; count money and make change accurately; maintain records; work independently; operate a calculator and a two-way radio; read and interpret park rules and regulations; establish and maintain effective working relationships with others.


    Mobility-Frequent walking, standing, bending/squatting and pushing pulling; occasional driving, sitting or standing for long periods; Lifting-Some assignments may require ability to occasionally lift up to 70 pounds; Vision-Frequent eye-hand coordination and good overall vision; occasional reading and close-up work, color/depth perception and peripheral vision; Dexterity-Frequent reaching, holding and gripping; occasional writing, repetitive motion; Hearing/Talking-Constant hearing normal speech and talking in person; occasional talking on the telephone and/or radio; Emotional/Special Conditions-Constant public contact, decision making and concentration; frequent exposure to outdoor conditions and working weekends and/or irregular hours; occasional overtime.

    CLASS: TC9228; EST: ; REV: ;