Civil Enforcement Officer


Civil Enforcement Officers are responsible for ensuring that all drivers follow parking regulations on public streets and in car parks. 

For the position of Mobile Civil Enforcement Officers, we are looking for candidates that would be interested in learning to ride a moped or candidates that already have a CBT Licence. CBT training will be provided by APCOA. 

What you’ll do:
Patrol public streets and local council car parks to ensure that car parking regulations are being followed
Record and issue Penalty Charge Notices
Check 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 satisfactory

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
The ability to make decisions
Good numeracy skills the ability to keep accurate record#

You will be given hand-held computers, two-way radios, mobile phones, cameras to record vehicles that are breaking parking regulations

What we’ll offer you:
£18,532.80 rising to £22,568.00 per annum, following successful 3 month probationary pass
40 hours per week (various shift patterns between 6:45am – 1:00am) Monday-Sunday
20 days holiday plus 8 Bank Holidays 
Training and Development
Employee Discount Scheme
Pension Scheme

Must be 18 or over to apply

Tagged as: #Area Manager


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