Parking and Enforcement Team Manager

6 days left

Location
Museum and Art Gallery, Foregate Street, Worcester, WR1 1DT
Salary
£40,615 - £44,379 per annum
Posted
12 Feb 2021
Closes
07 Mar 2021
Job Ref
WCTY000000568
Contract Type
Full time permanent
Working Pattern
Flexible hours
Hours
Full-Time

No matter your interests you’ll love the blend of modern lifestyle with the rich history and heritage offered in Worcester City. For those who love the outdoors, we’ve even got award winning parks. For those who have a keen eye for politics, now’s the time to get involved in local modern government.

We have a clear vision to achieve excellence in everything we do and to achieve excellence in everyone we employ, meaning we are looking for an excellent candidate to come and join our work family.

The Parking and Enforcement Manager is responsible for overseeing the Council’s 14 car parks, along with the City’s on-street parking and environmental enforcement function. The manager is also responsible for the administrative appeals team, managing Penalty Charge and Fixed Penalty Notices.

We believe in ‘recruit for attitude and train for skill’ so although we are seeking an experienced candidate to manage the service and  to support the councils community recovery strategy, we would welcome interest from applicants willing to embark on a managerial position.

Experience in a managerial position is desireable, preferably with Parking Enforcement or Local Government experience. You should have excellent commercial awareness and will have, or be prepared to gain, an in-depth knowledge of statutory provisions and codes of practice and policies for parking management and parking and environmental enforcement.


A comprehensive knowledge of health and safety legislation and practices, and how they relate to parking and enforcement provision forms a key part of the role, the post holder should either hold or be willing to undertake an IOSH Health and Safety Qualification.

Good staff management, project management and organisation and planning skills are required by the post holder to achieve corporate and service goals.

The post holder may be required to work at evenings or weekends, subject to service demands and needs. For more information on the role, please contact Ash Snookes on Ashley.snookes@worcester.gov.uk  

Closing date: 7 March 2021

Interview date: 15 March 2021 (subject to change)

Your interview will be held via Zoom, please ensure you have the application on a personal device and are aware of how to use it. For support, please contact recruitment@worcester.gov.uk.

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