EHO - Housing

Osborne Richardson
£30 - £35 per hour
Closing date
3 Nov 2021

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Our client, based in Essex are looking to appoint an experienced Environmental Health Housing Officer to join their team in October. They are looking at engaging someone part time / ad-hoc to undertake some private sector housing work - HHSRS / HMO / Housing complaints, etc. The person will need to be experienced enough to hit the ground running and require minimal support, as due to maternity and sickness, they currently are under skilled in this area of work.

This role will require at least 2 years experiences within a local authority setting. You must, at a minimum hold the HHSRS certificate.

The Contract is due to start Mid to late October and is for 3 months however it is likely to be extended.

This role with involve you being on district however the rest of with work will be completed form home or using office hot-desk if you prefer. They are paying £30-£35PH LTD.


Osborne Richardson are widely regarded as the market leading provider  of professional  Environmental Health  human resources to  local government  throughout the UK. We are able to offer short and long term contract opportunities and programmed outsourced project work to Chartered  Environmental  Health Practitioners, Environmental Health Officers and Technical Officers at all levels.

For more information about how we can help and to see all our current opportunities visit our website

Osborne Richardson| 4th Floor Circus House 26 Little Portland Street London W1W 8BX

Tel 0207 580 1500




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