street scene enforcement officer in brynmawr

posted
30 October 2018
contact
lisa jones, randstad business support
job type
temporary
salary
£ 11.24 per hour
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posted
location
brynmawr, wales
specialism
secretarial & admin
job type
temporary
working hours
Full-Time
salary
£ 11.24 per hour
reference number
WasteWarden
contact
lisa jones, randstad business support
phone
02920877515
apply now

job description

Are you a meticulous and experienced Customer service professional with excellent attention to detail? Keen to work in the public sector/local government? We have an exciting opportunity to work within a busy department of a client based in Brynmawr. Offering full time hours this is a fantastic opportunity for someone looking for their next career move. If you are happy to take on a temporary contract, are immediately available for work and are able to demonstrate the below skill set, don't hesitate; apply today!

Responsibilities:

To raise public awareness of waste services through persuasion, education and enforcement.

To identify recycling and non-recycling properties and make visits to residents to encourage better use of the waste services facilities available, undertake surveys and advise and enforce on the correct use of the services.

To ensure that all data collected is accurately inputted and updated into the relevant computer software package.

To encourage residents to take responsibility for their waste. This may involve physically sorting waste to determine contents of resident's bins, bags or boxes.

To attend community events and meetings, as required, which will include the attendance at and delivery of the Environment Trailer, to promote and provide information on the services. This will require occasional weekend and evening work.

To assist the Waste Services Team by ensuring all commercial waste customers are legally compliant and are using the correct receptacles providing the necessary support and advice where appropriate.

To attend public meetings, as required, and provide Members with regular progress reports.

To liaise, coordinate and work alongside other departments within the Authority where necessary.

To follow the relevant policies and approved procedures to ensure the correct gathering and storage of physical and photographic evidence and maintain necessary records.

To write concise and accurate reports following incidents for formal action, this includes gathering evidence, taking witness statements and carrying out interviews in accordance with the Police and Criminal Evidence Act, issuing fixed penalty notices, preparing case files and attendance in court.

To undertake enforcement duties under the Environmental Protection legislation that regulates domestic waste and recycling, including the service of enforcement notices.

To assist in preparing the Authority's case for prosecution and liaise with the legal department to present cases to Court.

To undertake administrative duties as required.

To assist with the implementation of future waste services initiatives.

To comply with the relevant sections of the Authority's policy statement on Health, Safety and Welfare at Work.

To adhere to the principles of the Corporate Equality Policy and ensure commitment to anti-discriminatory practice.

Requirements:

You must have extensive experience in working with the public and delivering a public service

You must have the ability to produce written reports

You must have the ability to effectively negotiate and persuade others

You must be confident and diplomatic when dealing with the public and others

You must be able to drive





Randstad Business Support acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Business Support is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.