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Noise Nuisance Senior Officer / Senior EHO

Noise Nuisance Senior Officer / Senior EHO

Posted 8 April by Akton Recruitment Ltd
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Position Available: Noise Nuisance Senior Officer

About Us: We are looking for a dedicated individual to join our team in Redbridge, where you will play a crucial role in ensuring the safety, health, and well-being of our community members. As a Noise Nuisance Senior Officer, you will contribute to the enforcement of environmental health regulations and lead projects to address noise and public nuisance issues effectively.

Role Overview: Reporting to the Community Protection Manager, you will be responsible for managing a team of officers and coordinating efforts to regulate noise and public nuisance within Redbridge. Your role will involve conducting inspections, investigations, and enforcement actions to ensure compliance with legislative requirements. Additionally, you will provide expert guidance, develop strategies, and collaborate with stakeholders to improve service delivery and achieve council priorities.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Lead and coordinate projects to address noise and public nuisance issues, ensuring compliance with statutory requirements and council priorities.
  • Conduct reactive and proactive inspections, investigations, and enforcement actions related to noise and public nuisance, including report preparation and evidence gathering.
  • Provide professional advice and support to businesses and the public on environmental health regulations, promoting compliance through education and enforcement.
  • Maintain effective communication with stakeholders, including community groups, businesses, and enforcement agencies, to promote collaborative solutions.
  • Contribute to the development of targets, priorities, and enforcement policies within the service area, ensuring alignment with council objectives.
  • Keep abreast of legislative changes and incorporate them into operational procedures and training programs as necessary.
  • Mentor and support the development of team members, including trainee officers and apprentices, through training and practical guidance.
  • Ensure timely and accurate recording of information on council databases, maintaining data integrity and compliance with GDPR procedures.
  • Represent the service at internal and external meetings, providing updates and reports on service activities and achievements.


  • Accredited degree in Environmental Health or equivalent qualification, with evidence of continuous professional development.
  • Experience in enforcement services within the public or private sectors, including formal enforcement actions and report preparation.
  • In-depth knowledge of environmental health regulations and legislation, with experience in project-led enforcement activities.
  • Strong interpersonal skills, with the ability to quickly form effective working relationships and communicate with diverse stakeholders.
  • Ability to evaluate information, make decisions, and work to specific timetables while maintaining professionalism and tact.
  • Proficient in writing complex reports and presenting evidence in various settings, including courts and committee meetings.
  • Commitment to promoting health, welfare, and safeguarding of vulnerable individuals in service delivery.
  • Availability to travel and transport goods and equipment to sites within the borough and neighboring areas.

Reference: 52437158

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