Environmental Heath Officer - Technical officer

Location
Bedfordshire
Salary
£30,153 - £36,379 a year plus £2,600 market supplement    
Posted
30 Jan 2018
Closes
16 Feb 2018
Ref
LBC00438
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Environmental Heath officer - Technical officer         

£30,153 - £36,379 a year plus £2,600 market supplement                      

Vacancy ID: LBC00438

Permanent

2 x Full time

Progression scheme

We are looking to appoint at the M1-M2 grade

About the job

Luton is a fantastic place to work, develop your career and to make a positive difference to the community.

As a qualified and experienced officer you will play an integral part in effectively delivering a reactive and planned workload in relation to food safety, food standards and health & safety, taking appropriate enforcement action to drive up compliance levels within the borough, protecting public health.

You will have an in-depth current knowledge of legislation, topical issues, priorities and strategies to secure compliance.

In addition to routine and reactive work, there will be many other food and safety opportunities for you to take advantage of; including approved premises inspections, creation and delivery of training courses, projects, partnership working and primary authority related work.

We have close links with the Food Standards Agency and Regulatory Delivery in terms of the Regulating Our Future programme, with pilot projects involving our primary authority partnerships.

Located just 22 minutes from London by train, with excellent links to the M1 it makes Luton one of the most affordable commuter towns in the country.

With an ongoing £1.5bn transformation of Luton, this is attracting high quality businesses to the area, creating thousands of new jobs, housing, retail and leisure opportunities. London Luton Airport  passenger numbers are also projected to increase from 12 to 18 million by 2021. It really is an exciting time to join us.

We offer agile, flexible working and are open to job share opportunities.

This is a public facing role so you’ll need to show off your fluency in speaking and writing

About you

If you have knowledge of environmental health legislation, topical issues and priorities and strategies to secure compliance and the ability to write concise and accurate reports and documents and deliver presentations then we look forward to reading your application.

To apply for this role, visit www.luton.gov.uk/jobs

Closing date: 16th February 2018

Interview date: 23rd February 2018

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