Our client is looking for a Service Manager to deliver a range of regulatory enforcement services. This will include the strategic implementation and operational delivery of teams covering environmental health (commercial food safety, environmental protection including the noise service), health and safety, licensing including licensing and management of the Council's town centre trading market and animal welfare. The post holder will be the Council's expert on regulatory and enforcement services, and will advise on relevant legal responsibilities, policy and strategy and changes in legislation. The post holder will support the development of the Council's strategic direction with regard to enforcement and regulatory control functions.
This role is highly placed within the Council in terms of its strategic accountability, operational profile, impact on a sizeable proportion of the community, targeted aims and objectives of the Council, and the strategic management of staff. You will be asked to manage up to 20 staff, these may also include specialist contractors, consultants and agency staff used on an interim basis.
To be successful you will need to have a proven track record of delivery, development and successful management of excellent regulatory services delivered in partnership with the community and others in a customer focused manner. The Service Manager for Environmental Health is required to hold a Degree or equivalent in Environmental Health and registration with the Environmental Health Officers Registration board or equivalent.
If successful you will be offered an initial 3 month contract paying £63PH Umbrella. The majority of the role is working from home, but there will be a need to attend licensing reviews and service meetings etc. Although they are currently all working from home on a day to day basis there will be a need to attend the office at least maybe once a week, possibly more. Should you have any feedback or queries re the rate and remote working please do let us know, and we would be more than happy to relay this back to the HM.