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Civil Enforcement Officer (London, UK)

APCOA Parking UK

The Role

Parking Enforcement Officers, make sure that drivers follow parking regulations on public streets and in car parks. If you enjoy working outdoors and want a responsible role, this could be the perfect job for you.

What you’ll do

This role involves daily contact with members of the public and as a representative of both London Borough of Hackney Council and APCOA Parking (UK) Ltd, you will be required to maintain a smart, professional, and courteous disposition at all times. You will be required to patrol streets and issue penalty charge notices to all vehicles contravening parking regulations in Hackney as part of the Traffic Management Act (TMA 2004) This will include but is not limited to; reporting removal of vehicles, defective street furniture and responding to council instructions.

What you'll bring

  • Excellent customer service skills
  • Good spoken and written English and arithmetic skills
  • Strong communication skills
  • Resilience – as you could be walking quite long distances on patrol

What We’ll offer you

  • Foot Patrol: £22,558.00 per annum (After successful completion of probation period and criteria met)
  • 40 hours per week.
  • Training and Development
  • Pension
  • Employee Discount Scheme
  • Successful applicants will be subject to a disclosure and barring
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