City Transport - Parking Infrastructure - Traffic Technican
Would you like a career in the Council? There’s exciting opportunities for you to join Brighton & Hove City Council’s Parking Infrastructure Team.
Our multi award-winning Parking Team needs someone to work within our Parking Infrastructure Team to deliver a wide range of exciting capital projects ranging from new Parking, Signing and Lining Schemes, to Cycle Parking programmes and new mapping systems.
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As a core member of the Parking Infrastructure Team you will support and deliver a wide range of capital projects to support and serve residents and businesses in the city. Working with local communities to deliver improvements you will have good interpersonal skills as well as the technical skills to deliver on important and high profile capital projects. Good IT skills will be also be important with an interest in digital mapping a particular advantage.
This is career grade role so there is the opportunity to learn and progress within the role as you increase your experience and professional abilities. Over time the role can develop up to S01/2 level (£30k). Opportunities exist for Staff Apprenticeships in a wide range of work related areas to help you reach this career level.
Deadline for applications is midnight 16th January 2019. Interviews likely to be w/c 28th January.
We welcome applications from all sections of the community but particularly encourage BME, White Other, female and Trans applicants as these groups are currently under-represented in our workforce.
Tel: 01273 292235
You can apply for this role online. Download the job details at the bottom of the advert which includes the person specification and job description. You will need this to complete the application. As you go through the online application, it will explain what information you need to provide and why. Don’t forget, please read the guidance notes to help you put across your experience, skills and abilities necessary for the job you apply for. Not following this guidance is likely to reduce your chances of success.
Flexible working is supported where possible, local government salary-related pension offered, a child care voucher scheme as well the benefits of gaining staff discounts around the City and accessing other services.