Environmental Health / Food Safety Officer

Oyster Partnership
Up to £45 per hour
Closing date
24 Feb 2024

I am currently working with one of my Essex-based local authority clients in search of an Environmental Health / Food Safety Officer.

You will be working in the commercial team. Initially, you will be responsible for catching up with a backlog of CAT A - D inspections + new businesses between now and to end of March. Afterward, you will be helping the team with routine inspections. 

Ideally, they are looking for a full-time (37 hours) candidate, but they are also open to part-time applicants (25 - 30 hours) as well.

The rate is up to £45.00 per hour. Outside IR35 or umbrella payroll (FCSA accredited only).


  • A minimum of 5 years of experience in a similar role is essential.
  • EHRB
  • Degree in Environmental Health / Higher Certificate in Food Control / Food Premises Inspection
  • Updated food competency framework
  • CPD (10 hours core in Food)
  • Experience in local authority databases would be advantageous
  • Full UK driver license + access to your own vehicle

Interview dates TBC.

If you are interested in this particular opportunity or are looking for your next contract, please get in touch via andy.chan@oysterpartnership.com. with your latest CV and a convenient time to have a chat.

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