Environmental Health Manager (Environmental Protection)
Organisation: South Norfolk and Broadland Councils
Place of work: Horizon Building, Norwich, Norwich
Salary details: £50,388 - £55,011
Job term: Full Time
Hours: 37 hours per week
Closing date: 18 February 2024 11:30 PM
Are you about ready to take the next step in your career? Let us give you a leg up!
A fully qualified environmental health officer with solid experience, you are already an experienced team leader and probably thinking about your next move. We are looking for the right people person to join us and, with our help, develop into our next Environmental Health Manager (Environmental Protection).
What we can offer:
- Great development over two years as a senior manager
- Comprehensive management training to fill in any gaps in your CV: people, systems and processes, projects and change, technical and financial management
- Excellent opportunities to grow in your career.
See our candidate information pack here: https://ow.ly/qSvX50QtcoL
You will be supported to lead our teams in delivering a diverse portfolio of services. You’ll have an aptitude for managing professionals, creating a positive working culture, initiating projects and change, and challenging both yourself and others constructively to find new ways to make a real impact.
What you could be part of…
In this senior management role you’ll oversee and innovate to ensure we offer strong public protection, community safety and environmental quality to our communities. This is a key role in shaping and organising high-quality service delivery, driving support and seeking opportunities for improvement across two districts with a combined population of over 270,000. Your work will be customer-oriented and outcome-focused, with a strong strategic and corporate focus, and you’ll need to keep people at the heart of everything you do.
Working at the Council enables you to be part of an organisation which is proud to deliver high-quality, customer focused services. Our success comes from us being commercially astute and business-like. Continuous improvement is also vital and we challenge ourselves to develop new and innovative ways to improve the services that make a real difference to people’s lives.
What you’ll be doing…
- Managing, planning, developing and continuously improving the delivery of services of the Environmental Protection team
- Ensuring the Councils meet the wide range of statutory duties to protect public health and the environment by implementing environmental legislation in relation to statutory nuisances and anti-social behaviour, air quality, contaminated land, water quality and pollution control.
- Ensuring the Councils’ environmental protection policies and procedures reflect legislative change and current good practice and review and update them as required.
- Overseeing the team’s enforcement activity and instigation of prosecutions, cultivating high standards and when actively involved prepare statements and attend court hearings as required.
You must have…
- A degree or equivalent qualification in Environmental Health and be registered with the Environmental Health Officers Registration Board.
- Have, or be willing to work towards, Chartered Environmental Health Practitioner status.
- Evidence of significant post-qualification experience in a similar or related role.
- An ability to demonstrate team leadership experience.
- Knowledge and understanding of the full range of community and environmental protection functions and comprehensive knowledge and understanding of the relevant legislation.
- Experience of successfully leading, developing and motivating a team. Skilled and creative problem solver.
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills and experience of delivering to a wide range of audiences.
What’s in it for you…
Why Work For Us?
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What Flexible and Hybrid Working Arrangements do we Offer?
The Councils understand the importance of operating a work life balance in the modern world. The Councils operate a flexible working policy and hybrid working options available for employees where operationally possible.
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What Roles Do the Councils Offer?
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