Environmental Health Officer - Noise and Nuisance.
Your new company
A multi-award winning authority based in Oxfordshire are looking for a dynamic, experienced and enthusiastic Environmental Health Officer to be part of their busy Business Regulation Team, covering a range of regulatory functions including commercial pollution prevention and control aspects such as planning consultations, pollution permitting, licensing and nuisance investigation.
Your new role
As an experienced Environmental Health officer some of your responsibilities include:
Investigating noise and other pollution from commercial premises especially in the entertainment sector, working closely with a pollution enforcement officer and reporting to a principal lead officer.
Pre planned and selective inspections and visits.
To assist in the delivery of our proactive and reactive commercial pollution functions and services including planning consultations, pollution permitting, licensing and nuisance investigation.
Deliver case-based and general environmental health comments and advice to the council's Planning teams.
Act as an authorised officer under all environmental protection and pollution control
legislation including environmental permitting (IPPC and LAPC).
Carry out a range of proactive and reactive casework in the Business Regulation Team
including: Deciding and taking the most appropriate course of informal or formal enforcement
action, Preparing emails, letters, memos, notices, legal papers and other documents as
appropriate, Serving legal documents as necessary. Attending court and other hearings, giving evidence as necessary
What you'll need to succeed
You will have similar previous experience, an acoustics diploma would be an advantage and considerable experience in nuisance investigation including noise would be essential.
What you'll get in return
You will receive a competitive market rate and an opportunity for the role to go permanent for the right candidate.
What you need to do now
If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, or call us now.
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