Environmental Compliance (Contaminated Land) Officer (P1488)
Part time 18.5hrs
Inclusive Salary Up £18,774 to £20,751 (based on part time 18.5 hours per week)
Plus up to 18.5% employer pension contribution
Closing Date for applications: 3 May 2021
Interviews are scheduled for w/c: 10 or 17 May 2021
St Albans is a unique English Cathedral City with a colourful history which can be seen in the Roman remains and variety of beautiful architecture, heritage sites and conservation areas. Set within green belt, off the M25, A1M and M1 the District includes a cathedral, historic city centre and charming villages. Our refurbished offices are in the city centre near to the station (London St Pancras 20 minutes), shops and restaurants. In short it is a great place to live and work.
We are looking to recruit an Environmental Compliance (Contaminated Land) officer to join the team. The role delivers all contaminated land consultation and investigations, including supporting the Environmental Compliance team’s response to planning applications and response to external Environmental Information Requests (EIR) and Freedom of Information Requests (FOI). This role also has a proactive element in relation to the Council’s responsibilities under Part IIA of the Environmental Protection Act 1990.
The successful candidate will be educated to degree standard (or equivalent) with the relevant Environmental Health qualifications. You will need to have specialist experience in contaminated land to work in this highly motivated team and a good grasp of relevant environmental legislation. Good communication and ICT skills are essential to success in this role.
We offer a competitive package which also includes up to 32.5 days annual leave, employer pension contributions of up to 18.5%, reimbursement of professional fees, comprehensive management development and training, flexible working options (including homeworking), leisure and travel discounts and a number of other benefits that are available.
This post is subject to a Basic Disclosure Check.
For an informal discussion, please contact David Webb, Environmental Protection Manager on 01727 819431.