Environmental Health Officer (Food, Health & Safety) - Full Time

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Environmental Health Officer (Food, Health & Safety)                                                             Ref: H216
£30,606 to £35,769 (inclusive of outer London weighing) plus lease car
37 Hours


We are seeking to appoint a fully qualified Environmental Health Officer to work within our Environmental Health Team, covering the regulatory areas of food hygiene and health & safety.

As the successful candidate you must have a positive attitude to change and be keen to work in a busy team. You will be highly motivated and be expected to deliver against a challenging work plan.

Applications are welcome from new graduates awaiting EHORB registration. If a graduate is successful, the EHORB registration must be obtained by the end of their probation period to continue in post.

A check will be undertaken with the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly Criminal Records Bureau) to ensure that the successful candidate for the above post has no relevant convictions.

For an informal discussion regarding this role contact Paul O’Day Team Leader, Environmental Health, Environmental and Community Protection. 01442 228311.

Closing date: Sunday 23 September 2018

Interview date: Week commencing the 1 October 2018


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Finance & Operations

Environmental Health Officer (Food, Health & Safety)                                                             Ref: H216
£30,606 to £35,769 (inclusive of outer London weighing) plus lease car
37 Hours


We are seeking to appoint a fully qualified Environmental Health Officer to work within our Environmental Health Team, covering the regulatory areas of food hygiene and health & safety.

As the successful candidate you must have a positive attitude to change and be keen to work in a busy team. You will be highly motivated and be expected to deliver against a challenging work plan.

Applications are welcome from new graduates awaiting EHORB registration. If a graduate is successful, the EHORB registration must be obtained by the end of their probation period to continue in post.

A check will be undertaken with the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly Criminal Records Bureau) to ensure that the successful candidate for the above post has no relevant convictions.

For an informal discussion regarding this role contact Paul O’Day Team Leader, Environmental Health, Environmental and Community Protection. 01442 228311.

Closing date: Sunday 23 September 2018

Interview date: Week commencing the 1 October 2018


Job Description
Person Specification