Environmental Health Officer
Environmental Health Officer
Salary Details: £32,234 - £33,782 per annum
Job Term: Fixed term, for up to 2 years
Appointment type: Full time
Hours: 37 hours per week
Location: Stonegravels Depot, with remote working
Department: Environmental Health
Division: Health and Wellbeing
We are excited to recruit for a two-year fixed term contract Environmental Health Practitioner to join our food and health & safety team.
Applicants will require a recognised degree or diploma in Environmental Health and a Certificate of Registration from the Environmental Health Registration Board.
Work areas include food safety, animal licensing, skin piercing registrations, H & S, infectious disease control and public health work, which involves attending community events. This will include COVID compliance work.
We are a small team and take pride in the work we deliver; the successful candidate will be qualified within environmental health and be driven to assist the team in delivering an excellent service within our communities.
You should possess excellent communication skills and have experience in managing a busy caseload with a strong track record of performance. The ability to offer accurate, concise technical advice is essential. The successful candidate will be able to work on their own initiative and have excellent organisational skills.
Our officers have a passion to make a big difference to public health and business/consumer confidence in the Chesterfield borough.
You should be Food Safety Competent and able to meet the requirements listed in Section 4 of the Food Law Code of Practice (England) April 2018 for an ‘Authorised Officer. We offer a competitive rate of pay, and you’ll enjoy an excellent range of benefits such as agile working, flexible working options and learning and development opportunities.
Please contact Catherine Bromhall on (01246) 959533 for an informal chat, or to apply please use the aplication form below and refer to the attached job description and person specification.
Working in local government is a highly satisfying and rewarding experience in so many ways. In return for the contribution you’ll make to your local community, whatever your role, you’ll enjoy an excellent range of benefits and the possibility of flexible working options, plus learning and development opportunities which will offer the chance to progress your career further.
How to apply
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Closing date: 29 November 2020
Provisional interview date: 11 December 2020