Compliance Officer (Gas and Water Hygiene)

Job Introduction

With over 9000 homes in our borough, we are proud of our 99.98% gas safety compliance rate – but we can always do better.  If you are passionate about making a difference and driving service improvements through effective and robust contract management, we would like to hear from you.

Main Responsibilities

As our Compliance Officer (Gas and Water Hygiene), you will take a lead role in managing all aspects of Gas and Water Hygiene work, taking the lead on managing our ongoing programme of upgrades of our boiler replacement programme.

Managing a range of contractors, you will oversee small, medium and large scale projects putting the customer’s needs at the heart of all of your projects. Health and Safety must be in the forefront of what you do. Equally, you will ensure policies are adhered to throughout the service and have experience of producing and interpreting KPI’s to drive continuous improvements across the contracts.

The Ideal Candidate

It is essential you have relevant technical knowledge and experience of managing operational contracts. We are looking for a self-motivated individual with a strategic approach to work and the skills to introduce new ideas and working practices.

You will need a strategic mind-set, excellent budgetary control experience but most of all the desire to drive improvements, ensure continued high levels of contractor performance and to deliver the values and behaviours set out by the council.

Package Description

Compliance Officer (Gas & Water Hygiene)

Starting salary £39,382pa with potential progression to £42,383pa inclusive on achieving designated skills and experience 

37 hours per week (hybrid working)

About the Company

In return, we can offer you:

  • Central locations in the Borough with excellent public transport links and local amenities
  • Automatic enrolment into the Local Government Pension Scheme (Career Average Pension Scheme)
  • The opportunity to buy and sell annual leave to increase work-life balance flexibility
  • Annual leave ranging from 25 to 33 days per year plus Bank Holidays (dependent on grade and length of service)
  • Access to the Council’s Flexi Time Scheme (post dependent) to achieve a healthy work life balance
  • A structured induction program from day 1 to support your success in your role
  • 24 hour a day access to the Employee Assistance Scheme
  • Cycle to Work Scheme

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