U.S. Facilities, Inc., a consolidated facility management/infrastructure service organization, is seeking a Toll Collector in Burlington, NJ. The Toll Collector collects toll at the facilities of the Commission and is responsible for Commission funds and accountability of such funds as further described below and in the BCBC.
- Collects tolls and is accountable for correct financial transactions.
- Promotes good job relationships and extends courtesy to BCBC patrons under all circumstances.
- Reports toll violations and unusual situations and malfunctions of equipment to the Toll
- Director and cooperates with BCBC Public Safety as required.
- Responsible for complying with BCBC Policies, Rules and Regulations.
Primary Tasks and Relationships
- Collects toll accurately.
- Makes change and issues receipts to motorists.
- Separates coins and bills into proper denominations for deposit.
- Answers questions and gives directions to patrons in a courteous and efficient manner.
- Maintains neatness in attire and maintenance of items issued.
- Reports any abnormalities to Plaza Supervisor or BCBC Public Safety.
- Assists Plaza Supervisor as needed.
- Performs other related duties as required and assigned.
- Process credit card transactions.
Nature and Scope/Major Challenges
- Collects toll at the Bridge Facility assigned efficiently and courteously while maintaining good public relations at all times and complying with all BCBC rules and regulations.
- May be assigned to one or more of multiple weekend/holiday toll shifts and/or one of three weekday toll shifts and/or peak periods.
- May be required to work at other Bridge Facilities.
- May be required to work under adverse weather and environmental conditions - such as heat, cold, rain, snow and dust.
- May be required to work overtime.
May be required to perform additional or different duties from those set forth above to address business needs and change business practices.
- High School diploma or GED
U.S. Facilities, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer of Minorities, Females, Protected Veterans, and Individuals with Disabilities