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Civil Enforcement Officer

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  1. Sevenoaks District Council

    Civil Enforcement Officer

    Salary Band C between £23,706 and £26,107 (equates to an hourly rate of between £12.28 and £13.52)

    One full time (37 hours) and one part time (15 hours) post (you will be working on a shift rota mainly daytime but also evenings, weekends, and Bank Holidays)

    A generous annual leave allowance of 24 days (plus an additional 5 days depending on having Continuous Local Government Service).

    About us

    Here at Sevenoaks we pride ourselves on treating both our employees and communities we serve with dignity and respect. We are an award winning Council having achieved the Guardian Public Service Awards 2016 for being financially self-sufficient, are one of the few organisations in the country to retain its Platinum Investors in People status. We were voted LGC Council of the Year 2017 and won a Pushing the Boundaries of Innovation award in 2018. The successes of the Finance Team have been recently recognised where the Finance Team has been nominated and is a finalist in the 2020 Public Finance Awards – Finance Team of the Year - Councils.

    The Role

    Are you highly self-motivated and customer focused?

    Can you demonstrate a "can do" attitude and are able to work well on your own and as part of a team?

    We are looking to recruit two highly motivated and customer orientated Civil Enforcement Officers. Your working day will be spent patrolling on street parking locations and off street car parks either by vehicle or foot. You will be issuing penalty charge notices to vehicles that are parked illegally and will be expected to apply fairness, common sense and initiative.

    Great customer service and communication skills are essential to the post, along with the ability to cope well in pressured and stressful situations.

    To be successful in this role you must hold a full driving licence. Previous experience in a parking enforcement role may be helpful but is not essential. Full training will be provided.

    This post is subject to a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) Check.

    Interested in the role and want to know more?

    Please contact Antony Bridges, Civil Enforcement Officer Supervisor on antony.bridges@sevenoaks.gov.uk for an informal discussion about the role.

    Need advice on how to ensure you have the best chance of being shortlisted?

    Read the Job Description and Personal Specification attached to the role and ensure that your supporting statement explains how you meet the essential requirements as your application will be judged against these criteria.

    In your application please indicate if you are interested in the full time or part time position.

    How to get to us:

    Sevenoaks is only half an hour from central London by train. You will be based at the Council Offices, Argyle Road, Sevenoaks, Kent. TN13 1HG, however due to the current pandemic and current Government advice at the time of advert the role will require a combination of both remote and office based working. A free staff car park is available on site.

    Closing date: 16th May 2021

    Interviews: 24th May 2021

    Assessment process: Interview and test

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