Level III, Pay Band F, $2,275.95 - $2,389.75
Level III: Two years of clerical office experience or an equivalent combination
of education and experience.
A bachelor’s degree and five years related experience, including two years in a
supervisory role or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
A probationary or trial period will be required.
Method of Application: Apply online at www.jobs.ok.gov.
OTA employees with permanent status in the classified service
select the link for internal jobs then locate the posting for this announcement
All others (probationary and temporary employees) click on the link for Regular
Classified Employment Opportunities then locate the posting for this announcement
We are looking for dependable, outgoing and honest people with recent customer service
and cash-handling experience to represent the State of Oklahoma as Toll Collectors.
These positions will be contracted through Freedom Personnel.
Will compile and maintain non-monetary reports and records, compute and record totals
of transaction, monitor currency, coin, or cash drawer, and provide customer service.
Issue receipts, refunds, credits, or change due to customers.
Assesses tolls, collects monies and makes change at OTA Toll Plaza; provides color
coded entry tickets at side entry toll gates. Accounts for monies received by checking
beginning and ending balance; reconciles receipts with beginning and ending balance
and deposits monies and receipts in safe after shift; removes coin vaults from the
automatic coin machines and moves the vaults to a designated holding area. Handles
emergency situations occurring in the operation of a toll booth; assists in moving
vehicles from the toll lanes; keeps toll plaza lanes and island clean and clear
by using hand tools and distributing cleaning or de-icing material on the toll lanes.
Operates a two-way radio and telephone communication station in toll booth to summon
law enforcement officers or supervisory assistance and to receive instructions;
maintains traffic surveillance in cooperation with law enforcement and other authorities
to identify persons or vehicles for which they have been alerted. Provides patrons
with an assortment of travel information such as points of interest, parks and rest
areas; explains turnpike regulations; secures help for disabled vehicles or travelers;
reports accidents or incidents to proper authority; prepares reports concerning
incidents that have occurred during the shift as required.
Minimum Qualifications: Requires previous verifiable experience working with the
public which involved cash exchange, retail sales work or closely related work;
or an equivalent combination of education and experience substituting the completion
of thirty (30) semester hours from an accredited college or university for the required
experience. Must have Oklahoma Driver's License. Able to pass background check.
Ability to deal with the public in a courteous and tactful manner.
Complete the Freedom Personnel Application and save to a file. Email the saved file
to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please
type the words "Interview Request" in the subject line.
Current or reinstateable classified state employees: May apply for indicated
vacancies during specified time frame by sending OPM Form 4B and a cover letter
to include mailing address and day time telephone number directly to Oklahoma Turnpike
Authority HR Section.
Oklahoma Office of Personnel Management.
* To apply for classified positions, submit an application to the Oklahoma Office
of Personnel Management, (OPM) at 2101 North Lincoln Boulevard • Oklahoma City,
Oklahoma Turnpike Authority is an Equal Opportunity Employer