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Enforcement Officer (Public Sector)

Job Description


Enforcement Officer (Public Sector)

Are you looking for a Enforcement Officer (Public Sector) role? Interested in working for a large public body for a period of 3+ months with a possible extension.?

VANRATH are recruiting a Enforcement Officer (Public Sector) to implement Council policy relating to the Dogs (NI) Order, The Litter (NI) Order, the Pollution Control and Local Government (NI) Order, the Clean Neighbourhoods and Environment Act, the High Hedges Act, the Welfare of Animals Act, Street Trading Act and the Council Bye-Laws, and any other relevant legislation

Remuneration:
£12.10 per our, alongside holiday entitlement.

Responsibilities

  • To implement Council policy relating to the Dogs (NI) Order, The Litter (NI) Order, the Pollution Control and Local Government (NI) Order, the Clean Neighbourhoods and Environment Act, the High Hedges Act, the Welfare of Animals Act, Street Trading Act and the Council Bye-Laws, and any other relevant legislation, in so far as they relate to the functions of the office.

  • To seize, collect, impound and transport stray and unwanted dogs.
  • To ensure holding kennels are clean, tidy and maintained to the required standards.
  • To maintain vehicles and equipment in a clean and hygienic condition.
  • Provide a high profile patrol service throughout the Borough to detect and deter anti-social behaviour.
  • Act as a witness for other statutory bodies, including the PSNI, in order to assist those bodies in carrying out their statutory functions.
  • To maintain accurate legal and regulatory records in relation to the post.
  • Implement all relevant Environmental and Safety Legislation in so far as they relate to the functions of the office.
  • To comply with and promote equality, health and safety in accordance with Council Policies and legal requirements.
  • To undertake any other appropriate duties as may be allocated from time to time in accordance with the general nature of the post



The Ideal Person

  • Relevant enforcement experience; be an effective communicator; be able to demonstrate good customer care skills.
  • Capable of maintaining accurate records, compiling of reports and using information technology.
  • Have a full current driving licence and will be required to drive a Council vehicle.


For further information on this vacancy, or any other Built Environment job in Belfast or wider Northern Ireland, please apply via the link below or contact Chris Haddock in the strictest confidence.