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Senior Environment Protection Officer

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Sectors Sustainability, Climate, CSR, EMS
Location
Town/City Elgin Office
Salary Additional Information £36,914 to £41,561 the successful candidate will join SEPA on £36,914
Salary (Minimum)
36914
Salary (Maximum)
41561
Type Fixed Term and Permanent Roles
Status Full Time
Level Senior Level
Deadline 08/06/2021
Company Name Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA)
Contact Name
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Description

Every day the Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) works to protect and enhance Scotland's environment helping communities and business thrive within the resources of our planet. We call this One Planet Prosperity. The scale of environmental challenge facing humanity is enormous, with a real urgency to act.

Our statutory purpose is clear, that we need to create environmental success in ways that, as far as possible, also create social and economic success. The two core services we deliver for the people of Scotland are regulation and flood risk management and we have established a radical strategy for how we will drive change – One Planet Prosperity.

To support this strategy, we are seeking to recruit a Senior Environment Protection Officer who will be based in our Elgin Office. You will work closely with colleagues in the team and provide technical support to other functions within SEPA as required.

You will supervise a dispersed team within the Grampian and Speyside area and be responsible for the allocation of work and monitoring the performance and quality of this work. As an experienced regulatory officer, you will provide technical guidance, coaching, mentoring and training for staff. You will be required to undertake all aspects of work relating to environmental authorisations.

We believe that this is an excellent opportunity for candidates who have practical industrial, regulatory and supervisory experience who can apply their expertise in a pro-active regulatory role.  Additionally, the successful candidate must be able to build great working relationships and engage effectively with those we regulate, local communities, partner bodies, and other relevant stakeholders.

You can find out more about this role in the Job Descriptions here.

SEPA aspires to be a world-class regulator and wants to work with those we regulate to help Scotland move from being a three to a one planet society.  Are you the right person to help us achieve that? If so, we would love to receive your application.

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