Our Civil Enforcement Officer are the eyes and ears of the local community, patrolling areas and providing advice to residents and members of the public whilst enforcing road traffic orders and issuing parking fines.
What we need from you… Previous experience in an enforcement role would be ideal, as you will be inspecting and identifying vehicles parked in contravention of parking regulations and issuing penalty charge notices where necessary, to ensure our roads are safe and congestion free. Walking several miles per day, outdoors in all seasons, you will be able to work flexibly to cover a shift pattern Monday – Sunday, including bank holidays.
Who you are… With a keen eye for detail, you will be an excellent communicator able to encourage considerate parking whilst providing a high level of customer service, sometimes in difficult situations. As a uniformed officer present on street and in our car parks, you will be able to act as the face of the Council, providing assistance to visitors to our beautiful market towns with their parking and tourism enquiries. Being computer literate, you will be able to apply these skills to using a handheld device on a daily basis.
Why Rutland? Full training in parking enforcement, work that makes a difference to people’s lives in Rutland, in addition to structured salary reviews, local government pension scheme, discounted access to ‘Active Rutland’ keep fit activities and flexi-time to name just a few!
We act as ‘One Council’ in all we do, with each of us working together in the most effective way to meet the needs of our customers every day – if you share this ethos then we really want to hear from you.
What to do now… Please visit our website at www.rutland.gov.uk for further information. For an informal discussion regarding the post, please contact James von der Voelsungen, Parking Services Manager on 01572 720989, or email@example.com.
If you need any support during the application process, please contact the HR team, firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01527 758343.
Rutland County Council is committed to Equality and Diversity and welcomes applications from all sections of the community. Everyone at Rutland County Council has a responsibility for, and is committed to, safeguarding and promoting the welfare of Children, Young People and Vulnerable Adults and for ensuring that they are protected from harm
How to apply
We will be accepting online applications for this role. If you require access to a computer or the internet, computers are available at Rutland County Council’s Catmose site and within the County’s libraries. A member of the team will be happy to help you with your application.
Please contact us on 01572 758 291 to make alternative arrangements, if for any other reason you may struggle to complete the online application. The application forms can be made available in alternative and accessible formats.