The higher salary range can be awarded to candidates who are able to demonstrate extensive experience within Environmental Health and managing a regulatory team.
This role is full time/37 hours per week, however consideration will be given to candidates requesting part time hours.
A full driving licence and use of a car is essential for this posts.
This is an exciting opportunity to come and work for the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead in a challenging and busy Residential Services team.
We are on a journey to transform the Residential Services team, having an opportunity to recruit talented and ambitious people to create a high performing team ensuring that resident’s health, safety and welfare is safeguarded and protected.
We are looking for an experienced, enthusiastic and self-motivated person to fulfil this senior position within the team. You will provide the day-to-day leadership of the service and motivation and technical support to the residential services team. You will provide advice and guidance, training other team members and supporting colleagues with complex cases.
The role will be varied, covering an interesting workload and all aspects of private sector housing, public health investigations including pest, drainage and filthy and verminous cases, caravan site licensing and mandatory and discretionary grant aid including disabled facility grants.
As part of the Council’s ambitious there will also be a focus on the implementation and extension of the HMO licensing regime, including proactive and reactive HMO inspections and addressing the current housing cases known to the service.
If you are able to demonstrate good verbal and written communication skills, be able to organise and prioritise your own workload and have good IT skills and are keen to make a difference to our residents and your team, we would like to hear from you. In return we provide a real commitment to personal development and growth.
You will possess a degree in an environmental health, housing or building discipline (or an equivalent qualification) and have proven experience of environmental health and housing work. EHORB registration and voting membership of the CIEH are desirable but not essential.
If you wish to discuss this position informally please contact Lisa Pigeon, Environmental Health Lead on 07970 446523 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Closing date: 1 December 2019
Interviews: 9 –11 December 2019 (there will also be the opportunity to offer candidates if shortlisted an interview as their applications are received).