Toll Collector Resume Samples

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6677 Rice Island
Dallas
TX
+1 (555) 891 7643
6677 Rice Island
Dallas
TX
Phone
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Experience Experience
Dallas, TX
Toll Collector
Dallas, TX
Koelpin, Kihn and Okuneva
Dallas, TX
Toll Collector
  • Prepares clear and concise reports of daily work activity
  • Provide high level of courteous customer service
  • Assist with traffic control and notification of safety hazards within toll lanes
  • Operates a push button classification panel; Informs public of toll rates and makes proper change
  • Provides direction and information regarding travel routes and road conditions
  • Maintain accurate deposit and transition funds
  • Responsible for Tour Fund and revenue collection as assigned
Detroit, MI
Toll Collector
Detroit, MI
Flatley-Lesch
Detroit, MI
Toll Collector
  • Actively participate in the Performance and Development Review process, ensuring alignment to the performance pillars - Perform, Grow, Develop and Innovate
  • Provide clear, courteous and accurate directional information
  • Carry out all work activities upholding the Company values of Integrity,Ingenuity, Collaboration and Challenge
  • Collects cash or tickets according to established rates for all traffic crossing a State Toll Facility
  • Accounts for daily receipts by preparing a cash and ticket report; Performs other related duties
  • Reports counterfeit money, expired or stolen ticket books, explosives, defective toll equipment, vehicles with gas bottles, and other restricted vehicles to proper authorities
  • Positively contribute to a diverse, inclusive and fair work environment, free from discrimination, bullying and harassment
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Dallas, TX
Toll Booth Collector
Dallas, TX
Hauck LLC
present
Dallas, TX
Toll Booth Collector
present
  • Makes change and issues receipts to motorists
  • Promotes good job relationships and extends courtesy to DRPA patrons under all circumstances
  • Separates scrip, coin and bills into proper denominations for deposit
  • Reports toll violations and unusual situations and malfunctions of equipment to the Plaza
  • Responsible for complying with DRPA Polices, Rules and Regulations
  • Collects toll accurately, efficiently and courteously while maintaining good public relations at all times
  • Answers questions and gives directions to patrons in a courteous and efficient manner
Education Education
University of Central Florida
Skills Skills
  • Ability to speak, write, and understand English
  • Reliable transportation to and from work location and current car insurance
  • High level of attention to detail, initiative, problem solving, personal organisational and leadership skills
  • Ability to identify inefficient practices and develop best practice solutions
  • Great communication and interpersonal skills
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills through current and/or past employment
  • Valid Driver’s License and a good Driving Record
  • Strong strategic thinking
  • Valid Florida driver’s license
  • Standing for the duration of work shift
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Toll Collector Resume Examples & Samples

  • Being flexible to work times, shifts and toll plazas other than home plaza preferred
  • Accurately classify vehicles and process non-revenue transactions
  • Responsible for Tour Fund and revenue collection as assigned
  • Provide high level of courteous customer service
  • Assist with traffic control and notification of safety hazards within toll lanes
  • Must have a minimum of 520 hours experience as a Toll Service Attendant on the CFX Toll Operations system is preferred prior to being hired as full time
  • Must be able to effectively communicate with customers including providing directions and assisting with safety hazards
  • Must be knowledgeable of and able to provide directions to local attractions and facilities; such as airport, bus station, Convention Center, Amway Center, and hospitals
  • Experience with Outlook, Microsoft Word and Excel are preferred
2

Toll Collector Resume Examples & Samples

  • Being flexible to work, times, shifts and toll plazas other than home plaza preferred
  • Candidates interested in working with manager to become an Acting Toll Service Supervisor are preferred
  • Must have a minimum of 520 hours experience as a Toll Service Attendant prior to being hired as full time Toll Service Attendant
  • Must be knowledgably of and able to provide directions to local attractions and facilities; such as airport, bus station, Convention Center, Amway Center, and hospitals
  • Candidates interested in working with manager to become an Acting Toll Service Supervisor
3

Toll Collector Resume Examples & Samples

  • CFX Toll Operations system experience
  • Money handling experience
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills through current and/or past employment
4

Toll Collector Resume Examples & Samples

  • Collects cash or tickets according to established rates for all traffic crossing a State Toll Facility
  • Operates a push button classification panel; Informs public of toll rates and makes proper change
  • Provides direction and information regarding travel routes and road conditions
  • Assumes responsibility for a personal change fund
  • Reports counterfeit money, expired or stolen ticket books, explosives, defective toll equipment, vehicles with gas bottles, and other restricted vehicles to proper authorities
  • Accounts for daily receipts by preparing a cash and ticket report; Performs other related duties
  • Maintains accountability for each transaction; equipment, supplies and funds assigned or collected during the tour of duty
  • Prepares clear and concise reports of daily work activity
  • Avoids legal challenges by complying with federal, state, and local legal requirements
  • Actively participate in the Performance and Development Review process, ensuring alignment to the performance pillars - Perform, Grow, Develop and Innovate
  • Carry out all work activities upholding the Company values of Integrity,Ingenuity, Collaboration and Challenge
  • Carry out all duties in line with Company policies and procedures as amended from time to time
  • One year of work experience in counting money and making change. Vocational/technical training in accounting, banking, bookkeeping or cashiering can substitute for the required work experience
  • Valid Driver’s License and a good Driving Record
  • Great communication and interpersonal skills
  • Ability to identify inefficient practices and develop best practice solutions
5

Toll Booth Collector Resume Examples & Samples

  • Collects tolls and is accountable for correct financial transactions
  • Promotes good job relationships and extends courtesy to DRPA patrons under all circumstances
  • Reports toll violations and unusual situations and malfunctions of equipment to the Plaza
  • Supervisor and cooperates with DRPA Public Safety as required
  • Responsible for complying with DRPA Polices, Rules and Regulations
  • Collects toll accurately, efficiently and courteously while maintaining good public relations at all times
  • Makes change and issues receipts to motorists
  • Separates scrip, coin 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 DRPA Public Safety
  • May be assigned to one of the three toll shifts
  • May be required to work at other bridge facilities
  • May be required to work overtime
  • Assists Plaza Supervisor as needed
  • Must be able to manage difficult customer situations and respond promptly to customer needs while maintaining confidentiality if necessary
  • Must be able to read, understand written and verbal instructions, speak and write clearly in order to communicate effectively
  • Must display openness to others views, must be able to balance team and individual responsibilities
  • Must contribute to building a positive team spirit by supporting everyone’s efforts to succeed
  • Must show respect and sensitivity for cultural differences and work toward promoting a harassment free environment and diverse workforce
  • Must treat everyone with respect, work with integrity and uphold and support organizational values and goals
  • Must follow all organizational policies and procedures
  • Must be able to prioritize and plan work activities using time efficiently
  • Must react well under pressure and accept responsibilities for his/her own actions
  • Must respond to management direction
  • Must demonstrate accuracy and thoroughness, apply feedback to improve performance and monitor own work to ensure quality
  • Must be willing to generate suggestions to improve individual and departmental performance
  • Must be punctual at all times. Must complete tasks correctly and on time
  • Must pass written examination which requires proficiency in basic math, written and verbal skills
  • Must pass Background and Drug Test
  • Experience in handling money
  • 5% sitting
  • 90% standing and walking
  • 5% bending
  • Be able occasionally lift, hold, and carry objects up to 30 + pounds
  • Have normal day and night time vision (corrected or uncorrected)
  • Have normal hearing (corrected or uncorrected)
  • Be able to perform all position functions
  • Maintain a neat and clean appearance
  • Must be organized, work well under pressure and be able to prioritize assignment appropriately
  • Must communicate well with the public and remain poised under pressure
  • Must understand the importance of discretion and adhering to deadlines
  • Must be willing to work in all weather and environmental conditions