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Contract Performance Officer

Job Summary

Employer:
The London Borough of Barnet
Contract Type:
Permanent
Working Pattern:
Full time
Advert Start Date:
08/02/2018
Advert End Date:
Closed for applications on 23/02/2018 17:00
Salary:
£37,293 -£41,898
Hours per week:
36
Job Category:
Traffic/Highways/Parking/Road Safety
Vacancy ID:
106932

Job details 

Closing date
23 Feb


Job information

Following internal progression, the Parking Client Team have a vacancy for a Contract Performance Officer that will support the new parking policy, with a particular objective to improve the overall parking service performance.

The Contract Performance Officer plays a key role in monitoring the performance of a number of it’s partners such that the Council maximises the financial and non-financial benefits of these relationships. The role is required to work collaboratively across the range of service partners that collectively deliver the Parking Enforcement Service. This will involve supporting and challenging all partners to ensure the Council achieves effective outcomes in accordance with Contract requirements for the benefit of customers and to ensure continuous innovation and improvement for the Parking Service.

Applicants should note that interviews will take place during the week commencing 26 February 2018 which will include a test.

If shortlisted you will be required to bring photographic ID to your interview to prove your identity.


Barnet Council is planning to move its main council offices to Colindale in late 2018 in order to place us at the heart of the community which we support. As part of this move we will be looking at the way we work to ensure that staff are given the opportunity to work flexibly, and that Barnet maximises the opportunities which this increased flexibility offers for the service we provide to our community.

Please note

This job is closed for applications.

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