Regulatory Services Officer
£41,496 - £47,573 (depending on experience)
Your new Organisation
Southend-on-Sea City Council is a Unitary local authority, providing vital services to meet the needs of the local community. We employ around 1,800 staff who are working alongside our partners and local communities to deliver the Southend 2050 ambition and make lives better for the people of Southend. Southend itself is a vibrant place to live and work, offering coastal living alongside excellent and fast transport links into London.
Working for Southend-on-Sea City Council offers a challenging and rewarding career in local government within a collaborative and innovative environment. As a Unitary Authority we are responsible for all local government functions ranging from regulatory services, transport, public health and parks through to planning, social services, community safety and education, so we offer a wide range of career opportunities. The diversity of our economy and communities and investment in a number of exciting regeneration projects makes our Council a great place to work, learn and make a difference.
Your new role
Southend-on-Sea City Council has a great opportunity for a Regulatory services Officer to join Regulatory services team on a full time and permanent basis.
Although the role may require work across the range of Regulatory Services’ functions, this post will focus on environmental protection, specifically to deliver our local air quality management responsibilities. It is an exciting time for the authority having been awarded £256,285 by DEFRA to deliver a 2 year Clean Air Schools Project. The role contributes to improving the air quality within Southend and in turn to the council's Safe and Well ambition to protect and improve the quality of life for everyone in our community. The role requires the management of local air quality, environmental permitting, statutory reporting and the delivery of the DEFRA project. .
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What you need to succeed
To be successful in this role, previous experience of leading on complex projects principally within the environmental protection discipline is essential for this role. You will have extensive knowledge of local air quality management.
It is essential that you have training and competency in this area.
What you'll get in return
If you join the Council, you will enjoy a range of benefits including flexible working (with a blended approach to office and home working), salary sacrifice schemes, 24 days holiday (excluding bank holidays) and excellent training and development opportunities. A full list of benefits provided by Southend-on-Sea City Council can be found on the Jobs at the council web page under the "Why Work for us Tab".
What you need to do now
If you're interested in this role, click on the link below and make your application.
“Please note: Applications for this vacancy may close prior to the date advertised above so you are advised to apply as soon as you are able to”.
Southend-on-Sea City Council is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and vulnerable adults and expects all employees and volunteers to share this commitment. All applicants for this role will require a Basic DBS check.