Great! You’re interested in working with Parking Enforcement Services (PES). First, we suggest you explore the rest of our website, which will provide you with an overview of what we do and how we operate.
A family owned business for over 50 years, PES is a division of Wilson Parking and is recognised as the market leader in the parking industry. We take pride in the fact that the car parks under our management are maintained to the highest standards and that we deliver the highest level of parking efficiency to ensure that our valued customers are provided with a seamless parking experience.
Our focus as a business is therefore very much about relationships and meeting customer needs. Without our customers, we have no business and without the efforts of our staff we could not continue to grow. We place great importance on our dealings with customers and staff. As part of the PES team, you’ll need to commit to understanding the unique nature of our business and take ownership for upholding our values.
PES is a highly successful organisation that strives to maintain a friendly, professional approach, where initiative and autonomy are encouraged.
We value and promote an environment that fosters open communication, working as an integrated team, being committed to delivery of promised service, and where individuals have opportunities to develop.
We pride ourselves on encouraging and facilitating career development opportunities. As a member of the PES team, your manager will work with you in identifying training and development needs, as well as building an awareness of where you want to take your career not only with Wilson Parking but also within the Wilson Group.
If this sounds truly appealing to you, we invite you to read on and discover why our staff enjoy working here.
General Manager Parking Enforcement Services
The Recruitment Process
Our recruitment process is consistent and transparent, and it reflects and supports our aim of sourcing people who can undertake their job effectively while contributing to the work environment. We’re looking for people not only with the requisite skills, knowledge and competencies to undertake their specific job functions but who will also embrace our culture and work towards the outcomes sought by Wilson Parking.
How to Apply
Reading the position description (available for most jobs) is the best way to self-assess your suitability and optimise your application.
The position description will indicate the skills, experience, and attributes relevant to the role. Though we’ll assess you against these criteria, you should still apply even if you don’t meet them all, because we’ll consider everything you have to offer and compare you with other applicants on the basis of your overall profile.
The specific requirements for a job vacancy will be indicated in the job advertisement. Some jobs require you to submit an application letter and resume while others will require you to complete an application form, which will provide us with all the details we need to assess your suitability for the position.
Where an application letter and resume are indicated as requirements, it is helpful to show how you meet the criteria for the job. You can detail this in your application letter.
In your resume, include the name, title, organisation and contact number of two referees who can describe your work performance. Ideally, one should be your most recent supervisor.
We’ll ask your referees to describe your performance against the requirements of the job. If you don’t want us to call your referees prior to your interview, indicate on your resume that you’ll provide their contact details at your interview.
Please make your enquiries and application in accordance with the instructions for the specific job.
Where possible, we endeavour to shortlist within two to three weeks of closing our advertising for a position. Sometimes, however, the volume of applications received makes this a big task. If you are shortlisted, we’ll call you to arrange an interview and tell you who’s on the selection panel as well as any other requirements, such as testing or paperwork you need to bring.
The interview process is designed to allow you to talk to us about your work history, how your experience and background meet the needs of the job, and your interest in the particular role and in working at Wilson Parking. The interview is also an opportunity for you to find out more about the particulars of the job, the people you would be working with, and the environment you would be working in.
All job offers are subject to referee checks. In order to satisfy Immigration New Zealand requirements, we also require proof of your eligibility to work in New Zealand.
Some positions are also subject to certain screening checks, such as a Police Clearance, current driver’s licence, qualifications verification, or numeracy and literacy testing. We’ll tell you at your interview what specific items are required.
Notification Letters & Feedback
If you are not shortlisted, you will be advised in writing after we’ve made a decision and the successful applicant has accepted. Under normal circumstances this may take up to If you are not shortlisted, we will advise you of this in writing after we’ve made a decision and the successful applicant has accepted. Under normal circumstances, this may take up to four weeks after the advertising for the position has closed.
If you like what you’ve seen and feel that our culture is right for you, to learn more about our current vacancies email us at [email protected]
If you like what you’ve seen and feel that our culture is right for you, email us at [email protected] to learn more about our current vacancies.