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Environmental Health Officers /Enforcement Officers/ Food Enforcement Officers

Birmingham City Council
West Midlands
£18.75 - £21.90 per hour / £14.58- £16.99 per hour
Closing date
25 Feb 2022
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Commonwealth Games 2022 Temporary appointments with Hayes Recruitment Service until 30th September 2022 (assigned to Environmental Health, Birmingham City Council, 1-3 Ashted Lock, Birmingham, B7 4AZ):

Environmental Health Officers (EHO) £18.75 - £21.90 per hour

Enforcement Officers (EO)/ Food Enforcement Officers (FEO) £14.58- £16.99 per hour

maximum working 35 hours per week (which may include weekend and evening working).

Flexible working will be considered

We are seeking skilled and dedicated Temporary Officers to join our Environmental Health team on an Agency worker basis.  These posts are funded through Grant Monies with a focus on assisting within the Commonwealth Games 2022 around Covid, health protections and food enforcement.

Duties could cover a full range of environmental health subject areas but primarily public health, Covid protections, nuisance investigations and food interventions (where qualification allows).

As one of the largest local authorities in the UK, Birmingham is a diverse and exciting place to work with excellent opportunities created by a challenging and varied workload. You will be joining a busy, friendly, and professional team with prospects to gain experience in a wide range of subject areas as well as operate in a variety of commercial and domestic settings.

Applicants will need to adhere to strict EH COVID 19 risk assessments and procedures and use all PPE provided as visits to high risk settings maybe required.  Applicants will also need to be able to work weekends and potentially unsociable hours.

Applicants will have experience in undertaking enforcement interventions, have excellent communication skills with a range of different communities, stakeholders and businesses; and can work on several different cases at any one time in a busy environment.

No formal qualification is required for the EO position; however, a good level of education is necessary, especially having the ability to use a range of computer packages. Having a degree in Environmental Health is desirable.

For the Food Enforcement Officer position, a Higher Certificate in Food Premises Inspections is required, and it would be desirable to additionally hold the Food Control Module.

For all roles it is essential that you can drive and have access to your own vehicle. You will be expected to travel within Birmingham (including within the Clean Air Zone) for which you will be remunerated for the use of your car.

For more information on what the position entail and for details of what we are looking for in candidates (Job Description and Person Specification) please contact: Janet Bradley, Operations Manager (Public Health Lead)

 or Nick Lowe, Operations Manager (Food Lead)

For a consultation on working with Hayes Recruitment Service please contact Niall Sweetman,

“Right to work in the UK documentation will be fully checked for all applicants.  All non UK and non EU applicants are required to apply for a Certificate of Sponsorship from Birmingham City Council and must be approved by the UK Border Agency (UKBA) before any employment offer can be confirmed.”

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