As a qualified Environmental Health Officer, working as part of a team and, as required, in partnership with external agencies and organisations to help deliver a comprehensive Environmental Health service for the Council.
Discharging the full spectrum of Environmental Health duties within allocated geographical areas in order to manage, protect and improve public health and the environment. A key part of the role is regulatory with an emphasis on education and support.
Acting as a lead in at least one Environmental Health discipline to ensure the Environmental Health team are kept up to date with the latest changes and information.
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Clackmannanshire Council welcomes applications from everyone and we value diversity in our workforce. We are committed to being an exemplar employer with an inclusive culture, developing a workplace environment where all our employees are treated with dignity and respect. For this vacancy, we would welcome applications from ethnic minority groups, who are currently under represented in our workforce.
Clackmannanshire Council operates a flexible hybrid approach for those roles that allow this type of working. Attendance at the office will be required to meet the needs of the business and for example to build team and stakeholder relationships. The exact pattern of working will be agreed with you as part of the recruitment process.
Clackmannanshire Council is a living wage accredited employer.
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