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Senior Air Quality Officer

Hull City Council
£42,403 - £45,441
Closing date
7 Apr 2024


Salary details: £42,403 - £45,441

 Reference HUL/24/0165

Full Time Equivalent Salary (based on a 37 hour working week) £42403 - £45441

Occupational group Environmental Health

Job term Full Time

Appointment type Permanent

Hours 37

Division Public Health - Directorate

Closing Date 07 April 2024

Proposed Shortlisting Date 10 April 2024

Proposed Interview Date 08 May 2024

Place of work 33 Witham, Hull HU9 1DB

For an informal discussion please contact Andy Gosling or John Rogers

Contact telephone 01482 615 550

We are looking for someone with experience in air quality to join our Environmental Health Team. The work will include taking a lead role in the development and production of specialist technical reports on air quality, such as the Council’s Air Quality Strategy. It will involve overseeing the implementation of the actions from these reports and monitoring performance through internal approval processes to ensure successful delivery. Providing regular updates on performance both internally through various senior management meetings and Council committees and externally to the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) through the Annual Status Report (ASR). The post holder will also provide expert comment to Planning Officers in relation to environmental health matters on planning applications.       

To apply for this post, you must be qualified to Degree level in a Science related subject and have extensive relevant experience in air pollution work.

For an informal chat please contact Andy Gosling, Principal Environmental Health Officer, on 01482 615550 or John Rogers, Environmental Regulation Manager, on 01482 615529. 

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Please ensure that you complete and submit your application by midnight on the closing date.

We are committed to increasing the diversity, equity, and inclusion within our workforce to represent the people we serve and build an environment in which everyone can feel like they belong. We encourage people from all backgrounds to apply.

We reserve the right to amend the dates associated with this advert, which may include closing the advert early where required.

The Council is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all employees and volunteers to share this commitment.

Hull City Council embraces the principles of WorkSmart and this post has been identified as a suitable role. WorkSmart principles create opportunities facilitating a combination of working in the office, adhoc homeworking, or working from various locations, therefore being flexible about where/ how you carry out your role, the specific opportunities available will be discussed at interview.


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