Environmental Health Officer – Housing Enforcement     

Employer
Newcastle City Council
Location
Tyne and Wear
Salary
£33,782 - £37,890
Closing date
30 Oct 2021

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Sector
Housing
Function
EH Practitioner

Public Protection & Neighbourhoods Team

Environmental Health Officer – Housing Enforcement     

Permanent contract

£33,782 - £37,890 per annum, depending on experience

We are seeking to appoint a number of enthusiastic, self-motivated Environmental Health Officers with the necessary training and experience to work in our Public Protection & Neighbourhoods Team.

This is an exciting time to join the team as we deliver a new Additional and Selective licensing scheme which commenced in April 2020.

The team deal with a wide range of housing related issues including housing standards, noise and anti-social behaviour, public health nuisances and property licensing.

It is essential to have a good understanding of the regulatory framework, guidance and good practice in relation to the Housing Act and HHSRS assessments.

A Degree or Diploma in Environmental Health with full registration with the CIEH Environmental Health Registration Board is essential, although applications will be considered from applicants registered to undertake CIEH professional interview in October.

You will have a knowledge of current and emerging private sector housing related legislation and the technical aspects of enforcement. Experience and knowledge of HMO and Selective licensing is also essential. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills are required with proven ability to deliver services.

For an informal discussion please contact Gwen Smith, Team Manager, Public Protection and Neighbourhoods, 0191 2771456, gwen.smith@newcastle.gov.uk

Apply online at www.northeastjobs.org.uk/job/Environmental_Health_Officer/212825, select 'Apply Now' and complete our online application form.

Closing Date: 30 October 2021

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