The role

Enforcement Administration Officer (Homeownership Services)

Do you have the drive and inter personal skills to work as part of a busy team providing comprehensive support to the Enforcement Team, who are responsible for initiating and conducting legal action against leaseholders and freeholders for the recovery of both capital and revenue service charge debts, and the presentation of the Council’s cases to the First Tier Tribunal, Upper Tribunal and County Court.

You would be responsible for collating and copying all necessary documentation, evidence and bundles as required by the Court, Upper Tribunal or First-Tier Tribunal for any of the Council’s litigation and enforcement matters. Ensuring that the evidentiary material, including bundles for the First Tier Tribunal, Upper Tribunal and County Court, are correct, thorough and of a high quality.

You will also be responsible for managing non-defended claims, issuing court papers, requesting judgement and other support functions associated with non-defended claims.

We are recruiting for an enforcement administration officer to work in Homeownership Services based at Tooley Street, London SE1. The enforcement administration officer will be working as part of Exchequer Services to provide a high quality, customer focused service to our enforcement team assisting with the preparation of claim forms against leaseholders and freeholders.

You will work closely with the other teams within Homeownership Services and also the Council’s Legal Services Department appointed by the Council to act on leasehold / freehold issues. Externally you will work with the First Tier Tribunal, County Courts and homeowner’s mortgage companies and external solicitors.

This position offers the opportunity for valuable experience for staff wishing to take on a new challenge.

The key elements of the role are as follows:

• To contribute to the running of the Enforcement Team reporting to the Enforcement Administration Manager on all enforcement administration issues.

• To maintain appropriate relationships with other departments of the Council, external agencies and the community.

• Use management, administrative, financial, legislative and interpersonal skills to deliver services.

• Be able to prioritise between conflicting demands consequent on limited resources.

Please click on the vacancy information & person specification and job description documents for further details about this role and information on what to include in your application.

Recruitment timetable

Closing date: 22 March 2019

Interviews/Assessments: 08 April 2019

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