One of our Client London Boroughs are looking for 5 Civil Enforcement Officers to join their team to encourage considerate parking.
Must have previous experience as a Civil Enforcement Officer.
Key result areas/overview.
Their primary role is to encourage considerate parking by taking appropriate action against illegally parked vehicles so that the other drivers can go about their daily business with minimum disruption. They work together with CCTV cameras to issue tickets (Officially known as "penalty charge notices" or "PCNs") to vehicles that do not comply with parking regulations.
A Full UK Driving Licence will be essential to the role as you will be carrying out your duties on a Moped that will be provided by the council.
The Dimensions of this role
- Issue PCNs to vehicles that are parked in contravention of the parking regulations
- Record evidence and observations to monitor vehicles parking
- Report any equipment that is in need of repair, so we can get it fixed as quickly as possible
- Report other problems with the signs, lined or activity on street
- Report abandoned vehicles to management
The candidate we need must be an excellent communicator with previous enforcement experience, you will have an eye for detail along with experience of working with computerised systems.
Hours: 9am - 5pm (Monday to Friday)
Hourly Rate: £12.78 - £15.57
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