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Enforcement agent vacancy

Don’t miss out on the chance to work with the Enforcement Team within Community Solutions! The service aims to help tackle the wide and complex challenges facing the borough, and helping people help themselves, ensuring no one is left behind.

Joining the London Borough of Barking and Dagenham will open up a world of opportunities that come with being part of a team.

See the enforcement agent job description (PDF, 180KB)

To apply complete the below application and email to appointments@lbbd.gov.uk

Apply for the enforcement agent role (Word, 50KB)

Career progression

Upon joining the London Borough of Barking and Dagenham you can expect lots of training and career development plan reviewed every six months.

Investors In People

You will be working for an employer that’s achieved investors in people gold status for how it manages, supports and leads its people.

Qualifications

You will receive certification in taking control of goods level 2 or level 3 and training worth between £500.00 to £1000.00

Latest equipment

We invest in the newest equipment, software, and air conditioned vehicle to make sure provide the best service to your residents

Payroll benefits and overtime

You will be employed on a PAYE basis with the opportunity to earn commission, bonuses and overtime opportunities for an earnings boost.

Make your earnings go further

Retail, travel and holiday discounts; permanent discounts for everyday savings; local, national and seasonal offers; and a wide range of better-than-public deals through our Wider Wallet scheme.

Personal protective equipment

You will be supplied with branded uniform, personal protective equipment and safety equipment.

Local Government Pension Scheme (LGPS)

As a member of the LGPS you will get a pension paid to you when you retire as well as being entitled to other benefits such as; life insurance cover, a pension for your family if you die whilst employed by the council, payments if you have to retire due to ill-health. 

Diversity

To deliver the Councils’ commitment to equality of opportunity in the provision of services, all staff are expected to promote equality in the workplace and in the services the Councils deliver. As such we value diversity and welcome applications from all backgrounds including from the LGBTQ+ community, genders, ages, disabilities, faiths/beliefs and candidates from Black, Asian, and ethnic minority backgrounds.