Environmental Health Technician (0369v)

Salary:£24,313-£26,317 / Grade G

Service Unit:Environmental Health & Licensing

Closing Date:23/06/2019

Post Number:0369

Full Time - 37 hours per week

Fixed Term Contract until 31 March 2020

Maternity Cover

Operational Car User Allowance


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The main function of Environmental Health and Licensing is to provide a safe, healthy and attractive environment for all those who live, work or visit the City of Exeter. 


Working as part of a small specialist team we are looking to appoint an enthusiastic person to assist with the day-to-day work of the team. This will involve dealing with complaints of nuisance and anti-social behaviour from the first point of referral through to resolution, including advising and supporting complainants, witnesses and perpetrators, investigating complaints and seeking informal resolution such as mediation, assertively challenging behaviour or taking legal action.
The successful candidate must possess a relevant degree or equivalent qualification in Environmental Health or Anti-Social Behaviour and will have previous experience of experience of investigating nuisance and anti-social behaviour complaints.

The successful candidate will have the ability to prioritise, plan and manage their time effectively, demonstrating the ability to meet demanding deadlines. The successful candidate will also demonstrate excellent communication skills both written and orally to a range of audiences including the public.

Based at the Civic Centre, benefits include an operational car user allowance and flexible working hours. The role will require regular out of hours and weekend working and applicants must be committed to that level of flexibility. The successful candidate is also required to have a full clean driving licence and use of a vehicle for business purposes.

For an informal discussion about the role, please contact Lisa Cocks Principal Environmental Health Officer on 01392 265112.






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Last updated 13 June 2019