Community Services – Regulatory Services Team
Business Compliance Officer – Food and Corporate Health and Safety (P1329)
Inc. salary range £36,543 to £40,391 per year + car allowance
Plus up to 18.5% employer pension contribution
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
In this role your main focus will be food safety but you will also be providing support to the Corporate Health and Safety Specialist Officer.
Educated to degree standard (or equivalent), you will be EHRB registered or have a Higher Certificate in Food Premises Inspection awarded by EHRB or hold equivalent qualifications which have been formally assessed and endorsed by the CIEH. Previous experience of successfully working as an Authorised Officer and possess up to date working knowledge of the Competency Framework as specified within the Food Law Code of Practice is essential for this post.
You will contribute to the team’s work programme to ensure compliance with the Council’s enforcement policies, protocols and the statutory requirements of the various government agencies, in particular the Council’s Official Food Control programme.
An excellent communicator, you will also have the ability to analyse and interpret complex situations and devise effective solutions. A driving license and a vehicle insured for business use is required. This post is politically restricted and also subject to a Basic Disclosure Check.
We offer a competitive package which also includes up to 26 days annual leave, pension scheme, reimbursement of professional fees, access to parking, training and development opportunities, flexible working options (including homeworking), leisure and travel discounts and a number of other benefits.
You will have the opportunity to participate in the Out of Hours Noise/Licensing service, which operates for limited hours on Friday and Saturday evenings on a casual basis. This service attracts separate payments
Closing date for applications: 9th June 2019