Team Manager - First Response, Duty Team
Salary details: Up to £47,108 (includes basic salary of £43,821 + an annual retention payment of £3,287) & excellent benefits
We are looking to recruit an individual with experience of working in a local authority (or other agency) enforcement or regulatory service.
You will be responsible for enforcing a range of Trading Standards, Consumer and Protection legislation. We are developing a more customer-focused intelligence led approach to regulation and enforcement and are looking for individuals with an awareness of the legislative frameworks to join our Trading Standards Team.
We need an Enforcement Officer who can conduct enforcement activities in accordance with appropriate inspection programmes, provide guidance and advice to businesses, and to respond to customer queries and complaints. The post holder will work across professional boundaries and develop positive relationships with key partner organisations.
Candidates must possess NVQ Level 3 qualification e.g. AS and A levels, NVQs Level 3, Applied A levels, BTEC First Certificates and Diplomas, City and Guilds Advanced Craft Part 3, or NVQ Level 4 Certificates of Higher Education or evidence of the equivalent level of knowledge gained through work experience.
Candidates should be able to demonstrate awareness of appropriate codes of practice, guidance documents, and be aware of the principles of intelligence lead enforcement.
The post sits within the Community Safety and Street Scene Regulation service which has responsibility for Food, Health & Safety as well as Trading Standards and Licensing.
For an informal discussion please contact Denise Fedyszyn on 01709 255054.
This post may bring you into contact with children/adults and therefore if successful you will be required to apply for a disclosure of criminal records check at an enhanced level. Further information about the disclosure scheme can be found at www.gov.uk/disclosure-barring-service-check
Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults.
In order to support the Council’s requirement to save a further £41 million from its budget, by collective agreement, from 1st April 2017 to 31st March 2020 there is a temporary 1.15% pay reduction from the advertised substantive salary quoted, which will be spread out by means of a weekly/monthly deduction (dependent on pay frequency) from each pay period over the full financial year. In recognition of implementing this temporary measure three additional day’s leave (pro rata for part time workers and new starters in year) will be granted.
This post operates under a Career Grade/Grading Assessment Scheme, with starting salary and progression through the grades being linked to experience, qualifications and level of work being undertaken.