Environmental Health Officer - Public Protection
Buckingham Futures are recruiting on behalf of a large Public Sector Organisation in Ireland for a temporary Environmental Health Officer to start ASAP (ideally full time) to start asap, initially for 9 months.
The day to day management of personal work allocations including planning, organising and prioritising to achieve the objectives and targets detailed in the Health & Built Environment Service delivery plan.
Carry out programmed inspections of premises/activities in accordance with personal authorisation applying relevant legislation, approved codes of practice, statutory guidance and departmental policies and procedures, preparation of reports and other correspondence as necessary. The remit of this post may cover one or more of the service areas below. However, the post holder will be required to provide/develop expertise in any area listed as required to meet the needs of the service:
- Noise Nuisance
- Planning Applications
- Wellbeing Initiatives
- Tobacco Control
Applicants must possess 1 of the following:
The Diploma in Environmental Health of the Environmental Health Officers' Registration Board (or its historical predecessors);
1.b. A Certificate of Registration issued by the Environmental Health Officers' Registration Board to persons holding a recognised Degree in Environmental Health or Science awarded by an educational establishment in Northern Ireland, England or Wales, or equivalent;
1.c. A Certificate of Registration issued by the Environmental Health Officer's Registration Board to persons holding a recognised qualification in Environmental Health from any other member state of the European Community who have, in addition, successfully completed an adaption period of three years or an aptitude test as required by the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health in its capacity as a designated Authority under the European Communities (Recognition of Professional Qualifications) Regulations 1991 (Stat. Instrument No. 824/1991).
Demonstrate a detailed knowledge and understanding of current environmental issues.
Demonstrate good interpersonal skills, ability to communicate both verbally and in report form.
Demonstrate an awareness of the nature of environmental health and consumer protection services and of the public's expectations of such services.
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