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Public Protection Team Leader

Chorley Council
£36,370 – £39,570
Closing date
29 Sep 2022
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Public Protection Team Leader

Grade: POE Salary: £36,370 – £39,570
Full Time

Chorley Council has an exciting opportunity for an experienced, senior Environmental Health Officer to act as our Public Protection Team Leader.

The role of the team leader, is to lead a small team of environmental health officers to undertake a detailed exercise of the council’s key environmental health functions, predominantly; Food Safety, Health and Safety, Housing Standards, Environmental Protection and Public Health.

We require an officer who is able to demonstrate experience of effective management skills, great communication, enthusiasm and ambition.

The applicant will require a level 6 degree in Environmental Health and the certificate of Registration Board (or equivalent). Have up to date sound knowledge and experience of working within regulatory services, and previous management or senior officer experience.

Chorley Council has a strong regulatory services team and is committed to ensuring that we deliver our services effectively and efficiently.

Chorley Council is an equal opportunities employer.

For any enquires please contact the Environmental Health Manager

The closing date for completed application is Thursday, 29th September 2022

Interviews dates w/c 10th October 2022

Shared Services

We share a number of our services with South Ribble Borough Council.

Shared services allows for improved resilience across both councils and provides numerous benefits to our operations and in turn our service to our residents. It also provides significant cost savings for both councils.

Some roles we advertise will be shared services roles, meaning the successful applicant, while will be employed by one council, will work across both South Ribble and Chorley authorities.

View more information on {Shared Services with South Ribble Borough Council}  

Equal Opportunities

We believe that everyone has the right to be treated with dignity and respect. We are committed to the elimination of unfair and unlawful discrimination and prejudice in all our policies, procedures and practices.

We are committed to ensuring that the principals of the various legislation, European Directives and equality standards are met. Our aim is to have a workforce that is reflective of the local community and this will allow the Council to respond to the diverse needs of the community more effectively and with sensitivity.

We seek to challenge any unlawful or unjustifiable discrimination and we aim to prevent exclusion on grounds such as age, disability, gender, sexuality, ethnicity, religion or any other unjustifiable reason. We will take appropriate action to resolve any issues raised where discrimination is alleged.

Please be aware if you are disabled or your last employer was the armed forces and you meet all the essential criteria of a post you will be guaranteed an interview.



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