Environmental Protection Officer

Employer
Oyster Partnership
Location
East Midlands Region
Salary
£35-£40 per hour
Closing date
22 Dec 2021
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My client in The East Midlands area is currently recruiting for an Environmental Protection Officer, to join their team for an initial 6 month contract period, with the potential to be extended dependant on funding and the volume of work. 

 

 

 

About the role: 

 

Investigation of complaints relating to statutory nuisance e.g noise, odour, dust light etc. 

 

Analyse results from sound recording and acoustic equipment. 

 

Enforcing notices under the Environmental Protection Act 1990. 

 

Reviewing and commenting on planning applications. 

 

Creating reports to be used in legal hearings. 

 

The client is happy to consider any candidate with an environmental protection background within local authority. The role will be for an initial 6 months and rates are negotiable , however I would expect the role to pay between £35-£40 per hour (circa £65-£70k per annum) dependant on experience. 

 

Apply: 

 

If you would like to apply please feel free to send me your CV, alternatively if you would just like some further information then give me a call on 07969 625807. 

 

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