Now Hiring Parking Enforcement Officers

Now Hiring Parking Enforcement Officers

Commuter Services is seeking full and part-time employees to join the parking enforcement team. A parking enforcement officer is one of the highest-paid student positions on campus, earning $14 per hour. Full-time employees are eligible for health benefits, retirement and more.

Our ideal candidates must handle high-stress situations, demonstrate problem-solving skills, and provide excellent customer service while issuing citations in the field. Officers are also responsible for dispatching parking enforcement operations by radio, telephone, and online services.

Visit the job posting for part-time and full-time positions to apply now.

Now Hiring Campus Shuttle Drivers

Now Hiring Campus Shuttle Drivers

Commuter Services is seeking part-time drivers to join the university's Campus Shuttle department. Our shuttle drivers play a vital role in supporting the campus community by providing transportation within the university boundaries. As the second-largest transit system in the state, we transport approximately 32,000 passengers per week.

Our ideal candidates must demonstrate excellent customer service while transporting students, faculty and staff members through fixed routes and schedules. Applicants must be at least 21 years old and must meet the minimum requirements.

Apply and read the job descriptions here:

For questions about the job posting, email

Lyft Rideshare Programs for University of Utah Departments

Lyft Rideshare Programs for University Departments

The University of Utah officially partnered with Lyft to offer sustainable, flexible and cost-effective transportation alternatives for university departments. The Lyft Program provides transportation solutions for employees traveling during business trips, visitors traveling to campus, patient or healthcare employees traveling between health clinics, individuals visiting campus for special events and much more.

This partnership offers three rideshare options, all of which are intended to support university departments' transportation needs.

University departments may enroll in one of these three rideshare programs:

Lyft Passes

The Recurring Lyft Pass works best for departments that will request recurring rides regularly. With the Recurring Lyft Pass, university departments can cover the cost of rides and control where and when the rides are taken. This pass recurs monthly and can be restricted by date, time, and location. Departments provide a list of eligible riders to Lyft who will receive Lyft ride credits. Eligible participants may only sign up by using their ‘' email address.

The One-Time Lyft Pass is the best option for departments who request rides occasionally or for one-off events. With this pass, departments can purchase codes that individuals will use to request rides. The codes can have a set location, time, or dollar value.


The Concierge program allows university departments to book trips on a rider's behalf through a web-based portal. This option enables departments to request rides for individuals who don't have the Lyft app.

Auto Pay

The Auto Pay program offers hassle-free expensing and allows faculty and staff to bill rides to a corporate account directly.


Fill out this form if your department is interested in enrolling in one of the Lyft programs. After submitting, a member of the University of University/Lyft Program team will reach out to you to discuss your department's transportation needs.

Lyft will host a webinar via Zoom for university departments interested in enrolling on March 18 at 10 a.m. This exclusive webinar will extensively go over the three programs and help departments understand which option will best suit their transportation needs.

Click here to join the Zoom webinar on March 18 at 10 a.m. and use the passcode LYFTPASS.

Win an E-Bike Sponsored by LIFEWTR

Win an e-bike sponsored by lifewtr

The way we commute affects the air we breathe. Utah residents are no strangers to the inversion season, and many of us are well aware that vehicles are major contributors to pollution over the Salt Lake Valley. To combat the unfavorable effect of poor air quality, we ask the campus community the join the University of Utah's Clear the Air Challenge team.

The month-long competition gives you the chance to reduce your vehicle emissions by choosing alternative modes of transportation. You can help the U team win by logging your sustainable commutes, like walking, biking, riding public transit and even telecommuting.

The competition ends this month, so we must act fast. As a final push, Commuter Services partnered with Pepsi to host a Magnum E-Bike giveaway exclusively for the Clear the Air Challenge participants.

Follow these two steps for a chance to win a Magnum E-Bike sponsored by LIFEWTR:

  1. Click here to join the University of Utah's Clear the Air Challenge team
  2. Click here to log your trips through the TravelWise Tracker


Learn more about the types of trips you can log for the Clear the Air Challenge:

Active Transportation Trips

Walking, biking, scooting, skateboarding and roller-skating are all modes of active transportation. Does your bike need some work? Visit the Campus Bike Shop, located on 413 Central Campus Drive, to ensure your bike is in tip-top shape.

Public Transit Trips

University students, faculty and staff members may ride UTA buses, TRAX and FrontRunner trains at no additional cost. With four TRAX stations and several bus stops located directly on campus, riding UTA is easy and accessible.


Logging your trips doesn't necessarily mean you have to travel. You can also log a trip for each day you work from home. The several university employees who work from home regularly can easily participate in the competition.

Other Strategies

Visit the TravelWise website to learn more about the other commuting strategies, like carpooling, trip-chaining, skipping trips and more.


Using these modes of transportation will help you save money on gas, parking and car maintenance, reduce CO2 emissions and ease traffic congestion. By driving less and driving smarter, you will ultimately improve air quality and conserve energy in Utah.