Teaching Assistant - Budmouth Academy Weymouth
Salary details: £12460 - £12460
Technical Officer Assistant
37 hours per week - Permanent
£18,933 - £19,698
The Parking Services Team is part of the Highways Service within Dorset Council. The Parking Services Team provides a front-facing operation which deals with all aspects of Parking Enforcement in support keeping Dorset Moving Ahead.
Dorset Highways has responsibility for over 2,400 miles of roads, many of which will have some form of parking restriction. In addition, the Parking Services Team has responsibility for around 140 car parks which need regular maintenance and of course, enforcement.
The back-office team in Parking numbers 14 and are currently based at two sites within two sites in Dorchester.
What you will be doing
Parking Enforcement is split into two distinct functions - the operational Civil Parking Enforcement Officers, and the back-office. This post will be in the back-office, working normal office hours on a Monday-Friday basis.
The post is an administrative function and will primarily deal with applications for parking permits from the public, businesses and visitors.
The position will also involve dealing with the post on a daily basis, ensuring that correspondence is dealt with and assigned to the right areas so that it can be dealt with expediently. The post holder will be expected to answer telephone calls from the public, and any email correspondence which is received.
I am looking for a reliable administrator who has the skills and confidence to deal with telephone queries, written correspondence, and who can work as part of a small team, but also having the ability to think for themselves and take decisions when appropriate.
Experience of working in an office environment is desirable but this is also an opportunity for an individual to learn new skills and acquire knowledge of how the parking industry operates.
Working at Dorset Council
This is a unique opportunity to join a brand new council in Dorset – home to the spectacular Jurassic Coast and thriving market towns and villages with a strong sense of community and identity.
On 1 April 2019, five district and borough councils and the county council were replaced by the new Dorset Council which will deliver more efficient, accessible and modern public services.
You will have the opportunity to build your career in a modern, flexible and inclusive organisation, and this is an exciting time to join – at the start of our journey together.
For more information about our new council visit www.DorsetCouncil.gov.uk/about
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A driving licence is desirable but not essential and some knowledge of parking restrictions and the County of Dorset would be advantageous.
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