Enforcement Officer (Public Protection) (14.5 hours per week - Thursdays & Fridays)
Band D, £8,429 - £9,546 per annum
Do you have at least one year’s experience of dealing with breaches of planning control and monitoring planning conditions or have one year’s experience of dealing with reports/evidence gathering associated with Enviro Crime or Public Protection? If so then this role could be for you.
We are looking for an enthusiastic and competent individual to help drive the Council’s Public Protection team into the future.
We need you to be an excellent organiser who can work effectively within our Public Protection Team and communicate with a variety of internal and external partners, organisations and residents. You will also be able to build rapport, develop relationships and meet agreed outcomes. You will be able to embrace the use of technology in the workplace and be able to manage multiple cases.
You will have an excellent work ethic, will be confident and able to communicate at all levels within the organisation. As well as having knowledge and experience in enforcement, you can think on your feet and problem solving across a range of disciplines will be second nature to you. Your calm and controlled manner under pressure and constant pursuit of resolutions will demonstrate your ability to succeed.
Interested...? Take a look at the job pack online or please feel free to get in touch with Minna Scott, our Public Protection Team Leader (01530 454575, email email@example.com ), who will be happy to discuss this important and exciting role.
You can apply for any of our posts online at https://www.nwleics.gov.uk/pages/jobs_and_careers
Applications must be made using the on-line application process.
Disabled applications who meet the essential criteria for the job will be guaranteed an interview.
We welcome applications from all sections of the community.
Closing Date: 9 December 2018
Interview Date: 18 December 2018