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Principal Delivery and Development Officer

Salary:£24,982-£27,041 / Grade G

Service Unit:Environmental Health and Community Safety

Closing Date:31/10/2021

Post Number:0799

Full time: Permanent.

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We are looking for an enthusiastic and talented individual to help lead the Delivery and Development team of our busy Environmental Health and Community Safety Service.

The main purpose of the Principal Delivery and Development Officer is delivering the strategic and operational needs of the service and to predict, react and embrace change for the benefit of customers and staff within the service.

This involves a co-ordinating role across areas such as Emergency Planning, Health and Safety, Community Safety and with projects that seek to help to deliver the Council’s ambitions across Net Zero, Building Great Neighbourhoods and being a Healthy and Active City.

The role includes maximising income generation oppotunities and administering a number of computer systems, so the successful applicant will need to be business minded, demonstrating a high regard for customer care, strong IT skills and have excellent communication skills. We are looking to radically change the way our service operates through greater digitalisation and seek to maximise our assistance to businesses and residents through enhancing the services that we offer.

The challenging nature of the role requires a positive, flexible and enthusiastic approach to work with the ability to inspire and enthuse a team in a “can do approach” to service provision in an environment of continuous change and improvement.

Out of hours work will be required to support the operational requirements of the service.

Exeter City Council is an equal opportunities employer and encourages employees to work flexibly in a way that not only meets their work responsibilities, but also suits individual lifestyle choices and home commitments.

Exeter City Council is a Mindful Employer



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Last updated 12 October 2021