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Parking lot attendants work in parking lots or garages where they issue parking tickets to incoming drives. As part of their job, parking lot attendants also help customers with finding an empty parking spot when they come in, locating their parked vehicle when they want to leave and directing them to the exit.
There are no minimum requirements for this job. To work as a parking lot attendant you must be comfortable with handling money and be quick with calculating change as you will spend a major part of your day at work collecting money and handing over the change to drivers. At the end of the shift, you will have to add up the total that you've collected and hand over the money from the till to the person taking over from you. Excellent customer service skills are necessary for this job.
At the interview for a parking lot attendant job, you can expect to be asked a mixed variety of questions aimed at determining your communication and customer service skills a well as your familiarity with handling money. Make sure you spend some time checking out parking lot attendant mock interview questions so you know what to expect.