The role of an Environmental Health Officer
An Environmental Health Officer is responsible for protecting the general public’s health and wellbeing. This means inspecting housing conditions, food hygiene inspections, pollution and health & safety.
The role of an Environmental Health Officer includes:
- Private Sector Housing
- Noise Control
- Pollution Control
- Public Health
- Environmental Protection
Qualifications & Experience
To become an environmental health officer in the UK, you will be required to study an undergraduate or postgraduate degree that has been approved by the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health.
You will also be required to complete some sort of work-based training and pass a series of professional exams.
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Our Environmental Health Officer jobs
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