020 8732 5450

(BF6936) Senior Environmental Health Officer / Senior Private Sector Housing Officer

Buckingham Futures
Published
August 13, 2019
Location
North London, United Kingdom
Job Type

Description

Ref:BF6936
Our North London client is recruiting for a Senior Environmental Health Officer / Senior Private Sector Housing Officer to deal with the full range of private-sector housing issues including complaint investigation, HHSRS inspections, hazard and nuisance resolution, HMO licensing and proactive inspections.
You will be given considerable independence and the opportunity to develop your skills and experience; you will have a busy and varied case-load and will need to demonstrate a commitment to housing work.
You will need to have recent experience of housing inspection, nuisance investigation and enforcement. In particular, you must demonstrate that you can inspect the residential property to assess and report on its condition, that you can identify and assess hazards using HHSRS and recommend appropriate remedial action and are familiar with relevant legislation.
Qualifications
  1. BSc/Msc or diploma in Environmental Health
  2. Substantial experience of using HHSRS, taking enforcement action, conducting interviews under caution, preparing warrants, and giving evidence in Court.
  3. Detailed knowledge of current and proposed legislation, relevant to residential Environmental Health.
Application deadline 1st September
For further information email ricky@buckinghamfutures.com or call us on 02087325450
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