PORT HEALTH INSPECTOR (EHP)
(Maternity cover up to a maximum period of 12 months)
Salary: Pay grade 6-9 (SCP 14-32) depending on experience/up to £40221 plus essential car user allowance and uniform.
Hours: 37 hours per week (part time will also be considered). The post will include participation in the Authority’s standby service, for which an additional payment is made.
The joint board Authority is funded by Hull City Council, North Lincolnshire Council and East Riding of Yorkshire Council and has one of the largest geographical areas set in beautiful East Yorkshire and North Lincolnshire.
The expanding and thriving Humber port facilities form the largest ports complex in the UK. Port health has seldom had a higher profile and the work is both challenging and rewarding. The Authority is preparing for the implementation of the Governments Border Target Operating Model and will have additional responsibilities for undertaking Official Controls on imported food at two new Border Control Posts in Hull and Killingholme from April 2024.
We currently have an exciting opportunity for the right person to join our small multi-functional, professional team in a maternity cover post for up to 12 months.
No two days are the same and this position will provide a unique opportunity to broaden your expertise in the port health setting including within the areas of imported food control, food premises inspections, ship sanitation, water sampling, environmental permitting, statutory nuisance, infectious disease control and responding to emergencies as part of the Authority’s wider civil contingencies responsibilities.
To be considered for this temporary role, the successful candidate must have a CIEH accredited Degree or diploma in Environmental Health. Registration with the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health would be an advantage although applications from graduates with a keen interest in port health will also be considered. Excellent communication and IT skills are crucial as the role will involve interacting with a wide range of stakeholders and the use of import specific IT systems.
A full driving licence and access to a car is essential as travel around the Authority’s area of jurisdiction on both the North and South banks of the Humber will be required.
For further information or an informal discussion, please contact Sally Johnson, Chief Port Health Inspector on the number below.
Applications will only be accepted on official application forms which are available on request from the Chief Administrative Officer, Hull & Goole Port Health Authority, 257 Hessle Road, Kingston upon Hull, HU3 4BE.
Tel: 01482 324776. Email (preferred): email@example.com
The closing date for applications is 16th February 2024. Interviews to be held week commencing 26th February.