Environment and Community Protection Team Leader / Private Sector Housing Team Leader / Senior EHO

Employer
South Kesteven District Council
Location
Lincolnshire
Salary
£39,960 - £42,852 / £42,757 - £45,851 / £39,677
Closing date
10 Jul 2022

Job Details

At South Kesteven District Council, we want to change people's lives in meaningful ways by becoming the best District in which to live, work, and visit. And it's our people in #TeamSK who make it all possible. 

We currently have the following opportunities to join our Public Protection Service.  Further information on the roles available are detailed below and within the individual job descriptions.

Environment and Community Protection Team Leader

£39,960 - £42,852

For this post you will previous experience across all core disciplines of environmental crime, anti-social behaviour and environmental protection.  You will also have demonstrable experience of working in a senior/supervisory role.

You will provide clear leadership and guidance to a range of service teams providing frontline operational services to the residents, businesses and visitors.  The primary focus of this role is to raise the standards of the environment within our communities, deterring anti- social behaviour, building community confidence and improving environmental health, quality and safety.  You will be responsible for leading the team, and supporting the team to use all tools and powers at their disposal to achieve this, drawing expertise from  the  team, the Police and other partner agencies where required.

For this post you will also oversee the provision and monitoring of the Council’s CCTV service and out of hours call handling service, ensuring the service is operationally effective and adequately staffed at all times. 

You will report to the Public Protection Manager.

Private Sector Housing Team Leader

SK17-18 + 7% market supplement (currently £42,757 - £45,851 per annum including market supplement of 7%)

For this post you will be a fully qualified EHO  or be an experienced Officer in Private Sector Housing and Disabled Facilities Grants with relevant qualifications/ training, and demonstrable experience of working in a senior/supervisory role.

You will provide clear leadership and guidance to the private sector housing and disabled facilities grants teams who provide frontline operational services to the residents.  You  will be responsible for leading the team, and supporting the team to use all tools and powers at their disposal to achieve this, drawing expertise from  the  team and other partner agencies where required. 

You will report to the Public Protection Manager.

Senior Environmental Health Officer (Environmental Protection)

SK16 + 5% market supplement (currently £39,677 per annum, includes a market supplement of 5%)

For this post, you will be a fully qualified EHO.  You will also need an in depth current knowledge of relevant legislation and previous experience of working in a local government enforcement environment.  

You will be the lead officer for environmental protection matters and will also provide day to day advice, guidance and technical and developmental support to the environmental protection officers within the team. 

You will report to the Environment and Community Safety Team Leader.

In relation to all of the posts advertised, at SKDC we  can offer you a rewarding package which includes flexible working and excellent opportunities to develop your career, alongside other benefits which include  a generous local government pension scheme, access to a range of health and wellbeing activities, annual leave purchase scheme ,payment of Chartered Institute of Environmental Health professional membership fee, relocation package available for the right candidate.

For further information or an informal chat about the roles please contact Ayeisha Kirkham, Public Protection Manager via email on Ayeisha.Kirkham@southkesteven.gov.uk  or call 07712199042

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Welcome to South Kesteven, one of the biggest and widespread districts in the UK, covering 365 square miles of some of England's finest countryside. Our four traditional market towns; Grantham, Bourne, Stamford and The Deepings, together with over 80 villages are home to over 130,000 residents.

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