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Civil Enforcement Officer

Salary details: £22,369 per annum, plus shift allowance

Department
South Hams District Council and West Devon Borough Council
Business Unit
Reference
CM305T/002
Salary details
£22,369 per annum, plus shift allowance
Job Term
Fixed-term - 1 year
Appointment Type
Full Time
Hours
37 hours per week - shift patterns between 7am - 7pm (4 weekly rota)
Location
South Hams District
Interview details
For an informal discussion please contact;
Sian Davies, Parking Supervisor on 01803 861250 or sian.davies@swdevon.gov.uk
Closing Date
04 December 2022
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An exciting opportunity has arisen within the Parking Department for a person to join our well-established Parking Team as a Civil Enforcement Officer.

We are looking for confident, enthusiastic candidates to help patrol our local car parks within the South Hams District. The applicant must have the ability to work on their own and as part of a team and be experienced in handling complex and challenging situations in a calm and professional manner.

The Civil Enforcement Officer role carries out general enforcement including the issuance of Penalty Charge Notices within our car parks, but also maintains the machines, reports issues and is an advocate for the Council helping the local community; whether it is answering a general question or being a point of contact to reach out to the various departments we have.

The successful candidate will need good interpersonal skills and a flexible approach, with the ability to work on their own and as part of a team. You do not need to have previous experience, just a “can-do” attitude and a willingness to learn.

This role requires a valid full driving licence and a DBS check. Full PPE and training will be provided. You will be required to work a four weekly rota including weekends and shift patterns between 7am and 7pm.  This is a physical role where the post holder will be required to carry cash boxes, walk between carparks and be outside in all weathers.

IMPACT: Band D

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The IMPACT Behavioural Framework has been developed to support the ambitions for our workforce. The framework aims to enhance both individual and organisational performance and will be applied in recruitment, performance management and career progression. It defines the behaviours that all colleagues across both councils are expected to consistently demonstrate at work. The framework can be found on the right hand side of this page under ‘Related Information’.

This role requires a DBS disclosure.

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