Parking Enforcement Officer

Do you enjoy working outdoors, helping people and have great communication skills? Then being a Civil Enforcement Officer may be the ideal role for you.Our Civil Enforcement Officers are the eyes and ears of the local community, patrolling areas, providing advice to members of the public whist enforcing road traffic orders and issuing parking fines.

Civil Enforcement Officers must be willing to offer support, advice and assistance to colleagues and customers, be flexible in their shift availability and enjoy being outdoors in all weathers. What you'll do:Patrol public streets and local council car parks ensuring car parking regulations are being followedRecord and issue Penalty Charge NoticesCheck parking meters and car park equipment and report damage or faults Report defective signs and road markings, identifying and reporting abandoned vehicles. Explain regulations to motorists and advise them about parking facilities Check tickets and attend to minor machine faults Ensure car parks and their facilities are clean, tidy and satisfactoryWhat you'll bringExcellent customer service and communication skillsGood spoken and written English and arithmetic skillsExperience or the desire to work outdoorsResilience – as you could be walking quite long distances on patrolFull UK Drivers Licence What we'll offer you£22,215.47 per annum42 hours per week- working any 4 from 7 days28 days holiday (includes 8 Bank Holidays) Training and DevelopmentEmployee Discount SchemePension SchemeMust be 18 or over to applyWe are focused on ensuring APCOA is a fair place to work regardless of age, race, gender, sexuality or level in the organisation. We offer a motivating work environment where successes are shared.

With challenging projects and an atmosphere of fostering and support, staff have the development opportunities to fulfil their potential while aiming for excellence in their work.

  • Location: Hertford, Hertfordshire
  • Salary: 22,215 per annum
  • Type: Permanent
  • Recruiter: Apcoa Parking UK
  • Posted: 25-Mar-2022
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