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Streetscene Enforcement Officer
£32,909 - £34,723 a year | Permanent
- Job title:
- Streetscene Enforcement Officer
- Highways, Engineering and YGC
- Closing date:
- 11/10/2023 10:00
- Job type/Hours:
- Permanent | 37 Hour
- £32,909 - £34,723 a year
- Pay Scale:
- Cibyn Depot, Caernarfon
Gwynedd Council offers an attractive employment package, for more information please click on this Information Pack
Gwynedd Council operates internally through the medium of Welsh, and offers all its services bilingually. The applicant will be required to reach the linguistic level noted as one of the essential skills in the Person Specification.
We encourage everyone who applies for a job with Gwynedd Council to submit job applications in Welsh or bilingually.
(Applications submitted in English only or Welsh only will always be treated equally, but we ask applicants to consider carefully what the linguistic requirements of the job in question is and if it would be more appropriate to submit an application in Welsh.)
For further information about this post please contact Peter John Simpson on 07500973964.
Interviews will be held - to be confirmed
Application forms and further details available from, Support Service, Gwynedd Council, Council Offices, Caernarfon, LL55 1SH
Tel: 01286 679076
CLOSING DATE: 10.00 AM, WEDNESDAY, 11 OCTOBER, 2023
If you are successful to be short listed for an interview you will be contacted by E-MAIL using the address provided on your application form. You need to ensure that you check your email regularly.
• One that pays attention to detail.
• One that can prioritize work and meet certain deadlines.
• One who can manage a Team
• One who can work as part of a team.
• Ability to drive forward a challenging programme of work individually
• Being able to challenge
• Flexible / adaptable
• Innovative / creative
• Being able to develop relationships
•One who can lead and coach.
RELEVANT QUALIFICATIONS AND TRAINING
Degree and/or equivalent professional / managerial qualification.
•A degree and/or professional qualification or qualification in the environmental field.
•Experience working with and managing multiple stakeholders.
•Experience implementing enforcement processes including prosecutions and specified penalty notices.
•Experience managing projects/plans within a service.
•Develop and deliver business cases.
•Experience in data presentation and analysis
•Experience working with and managing multiple stakeholders.
•Experience coaching and/or mentoring.
•Experience advising, challenging and influencing at a strategic level in a complex organisation.
SPECIALIST SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE
•Ability to analyse complex information.
•Ability to plan, monitor and report.
•Excellent communication orally and on paper.
Higher level computer skills, e.g. Word, Excel, Power Point, Outlook.
• Experience managing people.
Listening and Speaking
Able to deal with all aspects of the job verbally in a confident manner in both English and Welsh.
Reading and Understanding
Able to use and interpret correctly any information from a wide variety of sources in order to deal with all aspects of the post.
Able to present written information with complete confidence using the most appropriate language and style to meet the needs of the reader.
Those characteristics expected of the job holder should be described. Used these as criteria when assessing each candidate.
Purpose of Job
• Ensuring that the people of Gwynedd are central to everything we do.
• Ensure effective and efficient enforcement arrangements for street services and waste management.
Responsibility for Resources. . e.g. staff, finance, equipment
• Be responsible for staff up to 5 Enforcement Wardens and equipment associated with the duties identified (e.g. handheld computers - where appropriate, cameras, communications equipment and, where applicable, Council vehicles).
• Lead on work related to relevant strategies and policies to Street Enforcement.
• Implement the powers of the Environmental Protection Act 1990 and other relevant legislation to street services and waste management.
• Lead and manage the work of the Street Enforcement Wardens and the Protection of Public Spaces
• Investigate and collect evidence on relevant causes, e.g. illegal waste disposal, misuse of the commercial and domestic waste collection service and other environmental offences.
• Monitor use of the commercial service by businesses to ensure coherence of the commercial agreements with the Council.
• Serve a Specific Penalty Notice, in writing or using handheld computers, in accordance with current instructions, procedures and guidelines.
• Prepare case files and other relevant documentation for prosecutions of environmental offences and non-payment of fines.
• Attend adjudication hearings as a witness on behalf of the Council which may include written evidence.
• Manage the programme to install and maintain managerial signage throughout the County.
• Lead on partnership work with external organisations e.g. Police, Natural Resources Wales, Assembly Government, Keep Wales Tidy, Community Councils.
• Implement and maintain systems for processing complaints, fines, maintaining information and measuring performance (e.g. Numerous fines and prosecutions, FlyMapper, Freedom of Information requests).
• Commissioning and responsive work, including the use of the Street Cleaning service, the ‘Tîm Tacluso’, internal and external undertakers throughout the County.
• Contribute to other relevant projects to improve the quality of the local environment and reduce anti-social behaviour, including Marketing and Awareness Raising campaigns. (e.g. Caru Cymru Initiative, litter campaigns, dog fouling and Tipping Tackle Wales)
• Prepare relevant information, correspondence, records and reports to the field.
• Complete other administrative and professional duties compatible with seniority.
• Be aware of Health and Safety Act requirements and collaborate with the Faculty's Health and Safety and Quality Assurance Manager to ensure that the Unit complies with applicable requirements.
• Other duties relevant to the job, as called by the Street Services Manager.
• Responsibility for managing information in accordance with council information management standards and guidelines. Ensure that personal information is handled in compliance and Data Protection legislation.
• Responsibility for self-development
• Ensure compliance with workplace Health and Safety rules in accordance with the responsibilities set out in the Workplace Health and Safety Act 1974 and the Council's Health and Safety Policy.
• Act within the Council's policies in relation to equality of opportunity and equality.
• Responsibility for managing information in accordance with the Council's information management standards and guidelines. Ensuring that personal information is handled in compliance with Data Protection legislation
• A commitment to reduce the Council's carbon emissions in line with the Carbon Management Plan and encouraging others to act positively towards reducing the Council's carbon footprint.
• Undertake any other equivalent and reasonable duty that aligns with the salary level and level of responsibility of the position.
• Responsibility to report concern or suspicion that a vulnerable child or adult is being mistreated
Special Circumstances. . e.g. need to work unsociable hours, special work arrangements, etc.
• The job holder will occasionally be required to work unsociable hours, e.g. during peak periods, weekends, bank holidays and may have to work extra hours or change working patterns to ensure adequate resources will be available to meet enforcement requirements.
• Full and valid current driving licence.
Just an outline of the duties of the position shown above, to give an idea of the level of responsibility involved. This job description is not exhaustive detail, and the duties of the position may change from time to time without changing its basic nature or level of responsibility.