Licensing Enforcement Officer

York House

Job Type: Permanent

Closing Date: 19th August 2019


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Job purpose

You will be required to carry out enforcement of legal requirements and the Council’s conditions for a range of licences including taxi’s and licensed premises. You will carry out daytime and late night inspections to ensure public safety.

You will

Undertake a programme of inspections to ensure that licensing conditions are met.Prepare and present statements, correspondence and committee reports in relation to own work.Prepare evidence, including interview alleged offenders, in accordance with the Police and Criminal Evidence Act.Carry out investigations and enquiries in relation to alleged offences and breaches of conditions, whether on complaint or discovered.

Requirements of the post

Experience in dealing with the publicExperience in dealing with the public in a law enforcement situationExperience of local authority licensingAbility to investigate, assess information and understand and interpret legislative requirementsEffective and efficient communication skills sufficient to compile detailed reports and complex statements and present evidence to meetings, committees and Court in a convincing mannerTechnical qualification in a relevant area (e.g. vehicle maintenance/safety, etc)

Additional information

2 Full Time, Permanent Posts - 37 hours per week Salary: £27,905 - £30,507 per annum- You will be required to work some unsociable hours, including weekends and evenings.- Please note that a Full UK Driving Licence is essential for this post.For an informal discussion about this post, please contact: Tj Mavani, Licensing Team Manager on0116 454 1747

What we can offer you

As well as the satisfaction of helping to improve thousands of lives across Leicester, you can look forward to a work environment that encourages a healthy balance between you work life and your personal life. You’ll enjoy generous annual leave entitlement, membership of the excellent Local Government Pension Scheme and the option of flexible working. We’ll also give you the chance to develop your skills and expertise with a variety of training and development opportunities and career pathways. In addition, you can choose from a number of flexible benefits, including our fantastic salary sacrifice car scheme, big discounts at high-street outlets, childcare vouchers, discounts on city buses and trains, we may also be able help with relocation expenses if you are moving to the City, or need help with commuting costs.


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