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Parking Enforcement Officer

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About The Role
Parking Enforcement Officers make sure that drivers follow parking regulations on public streets and in car parks.
What you’ll do

You will patrol public streets and local council car parks to make sure that regulations are being followed

Record and issue Penalty Charge Notices

Check parking meters and car park equipment and report damage or faults, checking that car parks are clean and tidy

You will report defective signs and road markings, identifying and reporting any abandoned vehicles

Explain regulations to motorists and advise them about parking facilities

You’ll check tickets and attend to minor machine faults

Work alongside police community support officers to Report incidents, crimes or anti-social behaviour

Attend court or tribunal if a parking ticket is being disputed

Use equipment such as: Hand-held computers, Two-way radios, mobile phones, cameras to record vehicles that are breaking parking regulations

What you'll bring

The ability to work as a team member or on your own, patience and tact

An assertive but polite approach

The ability to handle difficult situations in a calm and professional way

An awareness of health and safety

The ability to make decisions

Good numeracy skills the ability to keep accurate records

What we’ll offer you

£21,216 pa - following probationary pass

40 hours per week + (various shift patterns between 6:45am – 1:00am)


Training and Development

Employee Discount scheme