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Environmental services jobs

Maidenhead Bridge

About residential services

We are delighted you are considering coming to join our residential services team within environmental health here at Windsor and Maidenhead. 

This is an exciting opportunity to come and join us on a journey to transform the residential services team, helping to ensure that residents health, safety and welfare is safeguarded and to deliver the council’s vision.

The team covers a varied and interesting workload, which includes all aspects of private sector housing, public health investigations including pest, drainage, caravan site licensing and mandatory and discretionary grant aid including disabled facility grants.

We are looking for an experienced, enthusiastic and self motivated person to fulfil this senior position within the team. You will provide the day-to-day leadership of the service and motivation and technical support to the residential services team. You will provide advice and guidance, training other team members and supporting colleagues with complex cases.

If you are enthusiastic and self-motivated, have a sound environmental health and housing experience, or, are looking to take the next step in your career we would love to talk to you about this opportunity.

  • We have 70 licenced HMOs.
  • 696 HMOs on our premises database.
  • 56 caravan site licences.
  • We deal with 700 service requests a year.
  • 93 active disabled facility grants.

This position requires a results focused individual - you will be able to prioritise your own workload, and take an active role in supporting and growing the team.

At the Royal Borough, we aim to provide an excellent customer service for every one of our residents – and to achieve that we rely on the exceptional work carried out by our staff.

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