Do you have the drive and enthusiasm to be part of our ground-breaking Community Resilience Team dealing with Environmental Enforcement?
As the Senior Environmental Enforcement Officer, you will report to the Community Safety and Environmental Enforcement Manager and work very closely with our partners and other teams.
The post holder must have experience of working with Multi Agency Partnerships, Stakeholders, and lead on environmental enforcement issues on behalf of the Council.
The successful candidate will have a high level of written and verbal skills in addition to being able to understand complex analytical information with the ability to translate this into reports for wider audiences.
The post-holder will be able to identify, analyse and action district enviro crime trends and hot spots and coordinate action under all relevant legislation.
Sharing our organisations values and behaviours, will investigate and respond to reports and concerns from members of the community and elected members ensuring effective case management.
The post-holder will also be responsible for building strong relationships with statutory and voluntary sector organisations, communities, and individuals to collectively address persistent and problematic issues.
They will be able to engage with communities, customers, and elected members, using feedback to improve service delivery.
As we work collaboratively with the Councils dedicated Policing team the post holder must pass Police vetting at the required level 2 (Non-Police Personnel Vetting (NPPV).
If you feel you have the necessary experience, skills, qualities, and share our organisations values and behaviours, then we would like to hear from you.
Interviews will take place for shortlisted candidates on Monday 20th and Tuesday 21st December and may include a practical test.
Epping Forest District Council is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.