Generalist Environmental Health Officer
Our client in Cambs is currently recruiting for Generalist Environmental Health Officer for 2-3 days per week to start asap, initially till then end of the Calendar year.
Time will be split between four operational teams:
1.Licensing and Enforcement Team
Secure the relevant standards in relation to the all licensed premises, vehicles and persons in accordance with legislation and service policy. This will include processing of applications, the inspection of licensed premises and vehicles, investigation of complaints and compliance with conditions. Deal with statutory nuisance from commercial premises. Ensure that relevant standards are applied in relation to outdoor events. Contribute to the improvement of the night time economy in the City. Contribute to the Public Health agenda.
Secure the relevant standards in relation to all allocated commercial premises, in accordance with legislation and service policy. This will include the inspection of commercial premises, investigation of complaints/accidents/infectious disease/ sampling, and the registration of food premises as appropriate. Contribute to the Public Health agenda.
3. Residential Team
Secure the relevant health and safety standards to all residential premises, in accordance with legislation and service policy. This will include removing hazards arising from- repair, amenity, overcrowding, fire safety, energy and home safety, harassment and illegal eviction. Investigation of statutory nuisance Duties will involve the inspection of premises, the investigation of complaints, the licensing of houses and flats in multiple occupation, and returning empty homes to use. Contribute to the public Health agenda.
4. Environmental Quality and Growth
Secure the relevant standards in relation to the protection of the environment and promote health and well being in accordance with legislation and service policy. This will include dealing with planning consultations and statutory nuisance on active application sites, LAPPC, air quality, noise, energy efficiency and contaminated land. Contribute to the Public Health agenda.
- Experience of dealing with the public
- Comfortable with the use of ICT in general. Familiarity with current Environmental Health legislation
- A Diploma or Degree in Environmental Health. Certificate of Registration of the Environmental Health Registration Board
If you have the right experience for this role and feel your skills and experience match the requirements, or if you would like more information on the role, please contact us on 020 8732 5450 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Should your application be successful, you will be contacted shortly.
Thank you for your interest in our role. Buckingham Futures endeavours to respond to all applications; however, due to the volume of CVs received, this may not always be possible.