- Drummuie, KW10 6TA
- £27,227 - £30,375 per year
- Contract Type:
- Position Type:
- Full Time
- 35 hours per week
Post Title: Environmental Health Technical Officer 1
Hours: 35 hours per week
Salary: £27,227 - £30,375 p.a
* This post may be home or office-based dependant on current Government guidance. We are reviewing our office accommodation to determine best use, taking into account business requirements and staff preferences and their requirements. Work location will remain under review.
Salary placing will normally be at the first point of the scale.
Contact Person:Patricia Sheldon Tel: 01463 644590
Job Purpose: To implement the requirements of the Private Water Supplies (Scotland) Regulations 2006, The Water Intended for Human Consumption (Scotland) Regulations 2017 and the Private Water Supplies (Grants) (Scotland) Regulations 2006.
Please APPLY ONLINE. If you are unable to apply online and you wish to request an offline application pack, please contact Business Support, T: 01955 608279 (24 hour voicemail) quoting the post reference number above.
Please find the Job Description below.
If you require assistance to complete and application form please email firstname.lastname@example.org mark for attention of Kim/Fiona.
The Highland Council is an Equal Opportunities employer and is committed to improving the diversity of its workforce. We welcome applications from people from all backgrounds, representative of the communities we serve. We champion diversity, inclusion and wellbeing within the workplace.
As a disability confident employer, we guarantee to interview all disabled applicants who meet the minimum essential criteria requirements for the post.
Shortlisted applicants will normally be contacted by email, unless otherwise stated. Please check your emails regularly, including your junk/spam folder.
A commitment to regular travel across the Council area (travel throughout Highland will be required)*.
* Given the nature of this job, you will be required to make visits away from your normal base. A driving licence is highly desirable, but consideration would be given to you making alternative arrangements as long as these meet the operational requirements of the Service.