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Enforcement Officer (RTPHA)

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Job Summary

Contract Type:
Please See Advert Text
Working Pattern:
Full time
Advert Start Date:
06/02/2020
Advert End Date:
Closed for applications on 21/02/2020 12:00
Salary:
£23,836 - £24,799 per annum
Allowances:
Mileage
Hours per week:
37
Job Category:
Environmental Health / Trading Standards / Licensing
Vacancy ID:
195646
Employment Location:
Belmont House Guisborough
Post Number:
W1046

Job details 

Closing date:
21 Feb


Please note

This job is closed for applications.

Further information

This is Redcar and Cleveland. We are an ambitious council keen to build on our strong track record of innovation and partnership working, ensuring that we create a flourishing future for the borough and all of its residents. Key to this is a committed workforce who always gives their best. Offering a fast paced, progressive working environment, Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council is a great career move.

The Adults & Communities Directorate consists of three strands, Adult Social Care, Community Development, and Public Health. Our aims are to continue to provide essential and highly valued services and to build capacity to enable local communities to make lasting change, improve quality of life and prosperity. As a directorate we lead on developing a culture of co-operation and co-production, respecting and nurturing the skills and talents of local people and enabling them to fulfil their potential.

An exciting opportunity has arisen for an Enforcement Officer to join River Tees Port Health Authority (RTPHA). RTPHA represents the four riparian authorities of Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council, Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council, Middlesbrough Council and Hartlepool Borough Council.

The Port Health service is managed by Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council and sits within the Environmental Health (Commercial) Team. The team is primarily responsible for the enforcement of food and health and safety laws alongside the delivery of port health services.

The role of Port Health is to ensure that food and feed entering the UK through Tees Port has been legally imported and complies with relevant food and feed laws, that conditions on ships entering the port comply with the International Health Regulations 2005, and to effectively manage the risk to health from communicable diseases. Tees Port also has a number of food premises and Part B processes within its jurisdiction. The port is a Border Control Post for all commodities except Product of Animal Origin.

We are committed to providing quality services to people, who live, work and visit the Tees Valley and support the development of a fair and equitable trading environment that protects the interests of consumers and businesses alike.

The successful candidate will be expected to support the Port Health Officers to carry out a variety of duties, which includes ship sanitation inspections, imported food and feed control, food hygiene and standards inspections, the sampling of food, water and environment, as well as project work, investigating complaints, infectious disease control, responding to requests for advice and providing guidance and support to shipping agents, importers, and other relevant agencies.

You should ideally have experience in Port Health or Environmental Health, including ship sanitation inspections, imported food and feed controls, food hygiene enforcement and environmental permitting and believe that you can make a valued contribution to the Port Health service. You must be able to work effectively as part of a team and prioritise and manage personal workloads. Due to the nature of the post and the port operating 24/7, you may be required to work occasional evenings and weekends as the workload demands.

As the Port Health service sits within the Environmental Health (Commercial) team, there will be opportunities to gain further experience and carry out additional duties as per service demands. This is a 15 month fixed term contract of employment.

For an informal discussion regarding this role please contact Sue Ziolkowski on 07909 906275.

The council holds ambassador status for the North East Better Health at Work Award.

We offer very attractive terms and conditions of employment, including generous annual leave entitlement, flexible working hours (where appropriate), membership of the Local Government Pension Scheme and access to numerous other salary sacrifice schemes and staff benefits/discounts, including a lease car scheme.

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