Apprenticeship Notice Processing Assistant

Location
Sutton-In-Ashfield, Nottinghamshire NG17 5GA
Salary
Age related National Minimum Wage
Posted
15 Aug 2019
Closes
04 Sep 2019
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Nottinghamshire County Council 

Apprenticeship Notice Processing Assistant

Age related National Minimum Wage
Location: Lawn View House, 40 Station Road, Sutton in Asfield, Nottingham, NG17 5GA
    
The Central Processing Unit (CPU) for Civil Parking Enforcement in Sutton-in-Ashfield is one of the largest Local Authority back offices in the country and undertakes Penalty Charge Notice (PCN) processing on behalf of 22 partner authorities in the East Midlands.

This is an exciting opportunity to join a lively and dedicated team that undertakes various administrative tasks necessary for the efficient processing of approximately 110,000 Penalty Charge Notices per year and over 20,000 permits. The tasks will include the administration of Penalty Charge Notices, the collection of payments and all associated legal documentation.

You will able to work under pressure to tight statutory deadlines, be enthusiastic and flexible and have excellent customer care skills particularly when handling often emotive and difficult members of the public. You will work as part of an enthusiastic team dealing with specific areas of administration but ultimately you will be able to work anywhere within the CPU as a Notice Processing Assistant. The work is very varied and interesting and you will receive full training on all relevant aspects of Civil Enforcement.

Closing Date: 4 September 2019

Disabled applicants who meet the essential shortlisting requirements will be guaranteed an interview.  A job share scheme is available for all full time posts: both permanent and temporary, unless otherwise stated.  We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and we expect all staff to share this commitment and undergo appropriate checks.

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