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Environmental Monitoring Officer

Brent Council
£41,808 - £48,060
Closing date
19 Feb 2024

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Environmental Monitoring Officer

We are looking for an Environmental Health Officer/Enforcement Officer to carryout the duties of an Environmental Monitoring Officer.

Experience of contaminated land, air quality, environmental permitting and planning consultations will be required. You will also be required to carryout some maintenance of equipment e.g. air quality monitoring stations, PAH filter changes; and respond to call outs or breakdowns.

Job Description

Salary range: £41,808 - £48,060 p.a. inc.

Contract: Permanent

Hours of work: 36 hours per week

Location: Civic centre and other locations from time to time

The Post

We are looking to recruit an Environmental Monitoring Officer to join our Environmental Health Team. We are looking for an experienced and highly motivated specialist to undertake regulation of contaminated land sites; air pollution; air quality; and processes under the Environmental Permitting Regulations.

In addition, the postholder will undertake environmental land searches/enquiries and comment on planning application consultations with particular reference to issues of contaminated land, noise and air quality. Produce and update permits of processes under Pollution Prevention and Control Regulations, undertaking all duties associated with such and in the inspection and enforcement of those processes. Investigate the potential for contaminated land, utilising enforcement powers for remediation as appropriate.

The Person

We are looking for enthusiastic individuals who are looking to make a difference and contribute to the Borough's wellbeing with opportunities to gain experience in a wide range of residential and commercial settings; explore opportunities and take part in regular high-profile projects to improve the health and wellbeing of the Borough’s residents, businesses and visitors. Consideration will also be given to newly qualified EHOs with an interest in contaminated land or environmental protection and have signed up to the CIEH pathways of Professional Registration for EHP with relevant experience.

To be successful you will need to have a professional qualification to undertake environmental monitoring, preferably in an environmental science related subject e.g. a Diploma/BSc/MSc in Environmental Health and/or EHRB registered with the CIEH or 2 years equivalent experience.

Closing date: 19 February 2024 (23:00)

Interviews: W/C 4 March 2024




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