Environmental Health Practitioner (Private Sector Housing)

London Borough of Merton
£40,566 - £43, 605
Closing date
22 Aug 2022

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EH Practitioner
Contract Type
Full Time

Environmental Health Practitioner (Private Sector Housing)

Grade/Salary:  ME13 £40,566 - £43, 605 per annum - Permanent Full Time

The Regulatory Services Partnership led by Merton Council requires an experienced Private Sector Housing Officer to work in Wandsworth and Richmond Boroughs.  Working across two boroughs will give you the unique opportunity to gain diverse experience from working in both an inner and outer London borough.

The Private Sector Housing Team is a fast paced team that makes a real and direct impact on improving the quality of life of residents. The successful candidates will be required to inspect and evaluate housing hazards, arrange and enforce remedial work and give advice regarding matters that may affect the health and safety of occupants living in privately rented accommodation. The role includes assessing the suitability of Houses in Multiple Occupation for licensing and imposing penalties for non-compliance with housing legislation. 

We have a dynamic, friendly and supportive team.  The role will demand a sound knowledge of housing legislation and guidance, HHSRS, skills to successfully communicate requirements and influence standards and behaviour. A commitment to providing high standards of customer service and the skill and discipline to deliver this across a large and varied workload are also essential.

You will be qualified in a relevant discipline and have substantial relevant experience.

Flexible working arrangements in place.

For an informal discussion please contact Mark Ross or Lola Adepoju on 0208 288 5676 or 5669

We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

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