Employer Nottingham City Council
Salary £17,772
Hours Full Time , Hours per week - 37
Contract Permanent
Type Job
Role Licensing Support Officer
Closing date 23/03/2018

Are you seeking a challenge in your career? Do you want to be part of a new and exciting team? Nottingham City Council are looking to recruit a range of roles to work on a new Selective Licensing scheme to improve the private rented sector for over 31,000 properties in Nottingham.

Starting salary is £17,772 rising to £18,746 on first year anniversary, subject to satisfactory completion of a probation period. Please ensure you read our Terms and Conditions Information which includes advice on pay, annual leave and hours of working. 

As we have over 31,000 privately rented properties we now need a whole new team of enthusiastic and self-motivated officers to help deliver our highly ambitious aims. As well as professional environmental health and enforcement officers, the team will include administrative support, supervisors and team leader, as well as dedicated officers to deal with landlord engagement, ASB and tenancy issues and project work.
Nottingham is a dynamic and popular city which is in an area of high housing demand, with  a high percentage of privately rented housesmany of which are not adequately maintained. We are determined to continue to improve the private rented sector in Nottingham, to reduce anti-social behaviour and drive up housing conditions. The Council has been successful in attracting rogue landlord funding on 2 occasions and already has an additional licensing scheme in place.
This role will help support the Selective Licensing team by ensuring the efficient and effective administration of the licensing process. You will ensure licence applications are received, processed and ready for further decision making and issuing of documents to licence holders, ensuring compliance with legal processes.
We do things differently in Nottingham. We are open to new ideas and keen to embrace new ways of thinking and doing.  We particularly welcome applicants from black, minority, ethnic communities and disabled people as they are currently under represented within our workforce.
There are other vacancies across the other housing teams which have the same job descriptions and person specifications, candidates may be offered positions within these teams Some posts may be required to undertake non police personnel vetting (NPPV) and / or DBS checks.
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