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Environmental Education & Enforcement Officer, Falmouth

Salary Grade 5 SCP 15-17 £25,878 - £26,845
24 hours per week (£16,785 - £17,413 pro rata)

About the job
This is a permanent job, working with a diverse range of people across Falmouth, including community groups, residents, visitors, councillors, organisations and businesses. The job will involve evening and weekend work and require call out.

Duties will include delivery of the Council’s environmental and enforcement services in an innovative and constructive way to tackle common environmental issues. These include dog fouling, littering, fly-tipping, and beach and shoreline issues.

About you
The successful candidate will have proven experience of dealing with people in a positive and educative way, as well as practical experience of confrontational situations.

You will need good communication and interpersonal skills to work with key groups and partners and help deliver education and awareness campaigns to the public.

You’ll need to be passionate about educating people about the impact of their behaviours and inspiring them to change.

You’ll also need to carry out interventions throughout Falmouth, including regulating and enforcement actions. You’ll need to undertake vetting and authorisation for the Community Safety Accreditation Scheme (CSAS).

About us
The Town Council is an accredited employer and is recognised as an exemplar nationally. It is ambitious in its projects and passionate about local service delivery, offering generous pension and other benefits.

For an informal discussion about the job please call Simon Penna, Grounds Manager on 07535 003777.

How to apply
Application packs are available to download below. CVs will not be accepted.

Falmouth Town Council, The Council Offices, The Old Post Office, The Moor, Falmouth, TR11 3QA Telephone: 01326 315559 Email: hr@falmouthtowncouncil.com

Applications to be received by: Midnight on Sunday 4 June 2023

Interviews to be held on Thursday 15 June 2023.