(Senior) Environmental Health Practitioners (2 Posts)
Environmental Health Practitioners (2 Posts)
Hours per week: 37
Location: Fleet in Hart District (NE Hampshire)
Closing Date: 9am Monday 15 March 2021 or sooner
The picturesque District of Hart is based in North Hampshire and is consistently rated as the best place to live in the UK.
The Council works hard to make a positive contribution to the lives of our residents and to ensure that a decent quality of life is extended to everyone in Hart. We do this by delivering continuous improvement and innovation in delivering the services that matter most to our residents. You will make a positive contribution to the Council’s core values by being helpful, approachable, responsive and taking ownership of challenges and problems, whilst making customers feel welcome and cared for.
You will be able to demonstrate: excellent communication and negotiation skills; enthusiasm; self-motivation; sound judgement; an ability to prioritise work under pressure; a proactive approach to problem solving and tackling challenges; excellent organisational skills; a commitment to excellence in customer care; and an ability to identify and act on opportunities to improve Service delivery.
As part of a small team, the successful candidate will carry out a diverse range of duties, including but not exhaustively:
Environmental Health Practitioner (Environmental Protection)
Salary Grade H: (£33,449 to £36,557)
Job reference: H21/04
- Planning and Licensing consultations
- Statutory Nuisance investigations
- Air Quality and Contaminated Land Management (previous experience desirable)
Senior Environmental Health Practitioner (Commercial including Food Hygiene)
Salary Grade J: (£41,466 to £43,422)
Job reference: H21/05
- Food Hygiene Inspections (previous experience and qualification essential)
- Accident Investigations and Health and Safety interventions
- Infectious Disease and Outbreak investigations
Applicants applying for the role should be qualified to degree level in a relevant scientific discipline and have up to date practical knowledge and experience of applying Environmental Health law. A full driving licence is essential.
Hart District Council offers: a competitive salary; an essential user car allowance; free car parking; a generous leave entitlement; flexible working; and the pleasure of working within a picturesque corner of Hampshire.
For an informal discussion about the post, please contact Dympna Sanders, Environmental Health Manager, Tel. 01252 774286.
Apply for this role at: https://www.hart.gov.uk/jobs. Please include a supporting statement (up to 3 sides of A4) outlining why you are interested in the role and how your knowledge and experience makes you a great candidate.