Project Manager, Parking Services
Employer: East Sussex County Council
- Reference: CET02284
- Published on: Tue 11/07/2017 17:10 PM
- Closing on: Sun 23/07/2017 23:59 PM
- Working Pattern: Full Time, Contract
- Salary: £37,149 - £40,596
- DBS Check: No
- Location: East Sussex
East Sussex County Council have an exciting opportunity for a Project Manager to lead on a number of high profile and interesting projects for our Parking Service. The parking team is responsible for the management of the on street parking schemes within our civil parking enforcement areas in the county. The team also deals with notice processing, customer care and the review of existing and the development of new parking schemes.
We need a motivated and committed Project Manager to join an existing team to lead on a variety of exciting projects including the re-tender of our enforcement contract. You must be experienced in managing complex projects and desirably have a good level of knowledge of parking schemes and legislation. You will be responsible for the full management of the projects including reviewing the existing traffic regulation orders and meeting with relevant officers and key stakeholders throughout the duration of the project.
As the project manager there will be conflicting demands on your time so you must be skilled in managing your time and be able prioritise workloads to ensure deadlines are met. You must have excellent IT, written and oral communication skills and experience of financial management. The role will also require you to lead on some public consultations which you will need to be able to manage with clear communication, tact and sensitivity.
Hours of work: 37 hours per week
Working pattern: Full time
For an informal discussion, please contact David Weeks on 01323 466230.
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East Sussex County Council is an equal opportunities employer. We welcome applications from all suitable candidates, regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation, disability or age. All applications are treated on merit.