Ref: NBH0181P - Environmental Health Officer – Public Protection
Bassetlaw in North Nottinghamshire is home for 117,000 residents and benefits from excellent road and rail connections. The district is blessed with a varied landscape including over 10,000 hectares of woodland, many picturesque villages and three larger towns which provide an enviable choice of lifestyles.
Due to retirement we are looking for an enthusiastic, motivated and experienced Environmental Health Officer to join the Public Protection Team to deliver a range of regulatory functions in relation to the intervention and enforcement actions to food and health and safety.
Being part of the Public Protection Team you will cover a wide range of duties including providing advice and guidance on food safety, food hygiene inspections, workplace safety, investigating food/hygiene complaints, infectious disease notifications, reported accidents, sampling, special projects, promotional and training activities.
If you possess a BSc in Environmental Health and are EHRB Registered, we would love to hear from you.
Bassetlaw District Council recognises employees’ commitment to excellence in service delivery, and in return is committed to providing a health work-life balance as part of a generous rewards package, which includes:
- A minimum of 25 days annual leave rising incrementally each to year to a maximum of 31 days after 5 years’ service, plus bank holidays
- A generous pension scheme
- Flexitime Scheme
- Annual leave purchase scheme
- Free healthcare cash plan and benefits
- Family friendly policies
- Discounted car parking
For an informal discussion about the role, please contact Hannah Bigden, Public Protection Team Leader (Food, Housing, and Health and Safety) on 01909 533533.
To request an application pack, please visit www.bassetlawjobs.co.uk, email email@example.com or telephone the HR Team on (01909) 533121. Please quote NBH0181P on the application form and within all correspondence.
Closing date: 12 noon, Monday 8th March 2021
Interview date: w/c 22nd March 2021