Post: Environmental Health Officer (Statutory nuisance, ASB & Public Health Act enforcement)
Salary: BR11 – BR13 – From £35,041 - £42,974 pa
Full time: 36 hours per week, permanent contract
Post number: 982
Location: Bromley Civic Centre
The Statutory Nuisance & Anti-social Behaviour Team, in the Public Protection Division here at the London Borough of Bromley, delivers a range of functions including:
- Statutory nuisance
- Public health act enforcement
- Licensed premises and events consultations
- ASB – In partnership with the Police and local social landlords
You will be responsible for investigating and enforcing a wide range of legislation and providing technical and legal advice to colleagues, residents, and local businesses. Additionally, you will be required to support the out of hours service provision of the department on a rota basis.
You will have opportunities to lead on projects and function areas and to help shape improvements to our services.
This post attracts essential car user status and free parking. Is not politically restricted and does not need an enhanced DBS check.
Geographically, Bromley is London’s largest Borough. We are in south-east London and have an interesting balance between the challenges of inner London and a county district. We have a mix of areas from densely urban areas in the north of the borough, suburban areas and discrete towns, villages, and green belt in our southern areas.
We are committed to achieving equal opportunities in employment and service delivery.
We offer a generous package of workplace benefits including competitive pay, career average pension scheme, flexible working practices and the Bromley staff benefits scheme; Cycle2Work and a wide range of unique discounts.
Enthusiastic, customer-focused and technically knowledgeable. You will have excellent problem-solving, research and communication skills, a can-do attitude and (due to the size of the borough) a vehicle available for use at work and an appropriate road license.
As an environmental health practitioner, you will be appropriately qualified with a degree, or diploma, in Environmental Health and/or have local government operational experience in some of the areas of enforcement the team covers. A post graduate Diploma in Acoustics & Noise Control would be a distinct advantage.
If you would like an informal discussion regarding this post, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com and we will call you for a chat.
The closing date for receipt of applications 8th June 2022
Interview dates to be confirmed
We are committed to achieving equal opportunities in employment and service delivery. We offer a generous package including competitive pay, local government pension scheme, flexible working practices and the Bromley Employee benefits scheme; Cycle2Work, Salary Sacrifice Lease Cars, Technology Scheme and a wide range of unique discounts.