Post Ref: H707 - Environmental Health Officer

Post Ref: H707 - Environmental Health Officer

Salary: £37,241 - £39,064 per annum - Grade 11. Designated car user allowance, agile working, 37 hrs per week.

You will be working in a busy section dealing with all areas of environmental health but particularly food safety, occupational safety (including RIDDORS), communicable disease control and assorted licensing duties (including massage and special treatments, skin piercing and animal welfare licences). 

We are looking for an enthusiastic, well-motivated and conscientious individual to join our team to deal with a proactive intervention programme, a wide variety of service requests, food and water sampling and health promotion.

Applicants must have current practical experience of food safety enforcement, the food hygiene rating scheme, health and safety enforcement and the use of all appropriate interventions to secure public health standards.  You must be able to demonstrate competency to deliver the full range of ‘Official Controls’ as detailed in the Food Standards Agency Food Law Code of Practice.  Ideally you should also have worked as an authorised officer under section 19 of the Health and Safety at Work etc. Act 1974.

Recent experience in the licensing of animal activities and the licensing and registration of skin piercing/skin colouring and other special treatments would be an advantage, although development in these work areas will be facilitated.

We encourage and support Chartered Environmental Health Practitioners and currently pay for annual membership of the CIEH.

You will participate in duty officer rotas and you must be able to undertake site inspections.

For further details regarding this post, please telephone Suzanne Hickey on 0115 9173612.

Expected interview dates : 23rd/24th February 2023.

Please quote reference no H707

Closing Date:  Wednesday 15th February 2023 at 5.00 pm.

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