Waste Crime Engagement Specialist - 9659

South East
Red Kite House
Staff Grade 5
Full Time, Part Time/Job Share
Operational Delivery
You’ll play an important role in our ambitious programme to transform how we prevent, disrupt and tackle waste crime, planning and delivering engagement with partners and communities across England. You’ll use your specialist knowledge of waste crime, and the tools and tactics available to tackle it, to influence our partners priorities and empower others to avoid becoming a victim or unknowing allowing waste to be handled illegally.
You will influence internal and external stakeholders and work in partnership to achieve joint outcomes for waste crime. Internally, you will build an engagement strategy for the next few years, co-ordinating and reviewing engagement activities across the area to ensure our work is targeted, effective, innovative and efficient. You will also be responsible for providing leadership on national waste crime engagement plans. You will be directly engaging stakeholders to deliver waste crime prevention and disruption messages. Specific responsibilities will include:
• Contribute to the planning and development of a national engagement plan
• Plan and deliver a local engagement plan
• Identify new opportunities for engagement
• Represent the Environment Agency at strategic, multi-agency intelligence and crime meetings
• Support Defra Communications using key waste crime messages
This is an exciting new role in our area Customer and Engagement Team. Working closely with our Enforcement team, you will represent the Environment Agency in working with partners, business and communities to protect the environment and legitimate business from waste crime.
Sharing intelligence and working with our professional partners to prevent and disrupt waste crime is part our strategy to respond effectively to existing and emerging waste streams being targeted by criminals.
You’ll be an excellent communicator and confident in engaging with people and organisations. This will have gained through experience in planning and delivering high quality engagement across multiple work areas in a community and/or partner engagement role, ideally with enforcement agencies such as HMRC, Police Forces, and Local Authorities etc.
It would be highly desirable for you to have worked in waste or environmental regulation or been involved in tackling crime.
You'll be a quick-learner, with a strong customer-focus, and a desire to make a difference.
Leading projects and coaching others will come natural to you. You'll be organised and have excellent attention to detail, ensuring our work is delivered to a high standard.
You'll be able to work as part of a team and individually and prioritise an interesting and varied workload. You will be good at working under pressure, working flexibly and at pace, and delivering outcomes.
Closing Date: 2nd Ferbruary 2019 at 23:55 hours
This role will be based in Wallingford, Oxfordshire. Travel to other Environment Agency offices will be required as part of the role. For an informal discussion about the role contact Louise.Guy@environment-agency.gov.uk Strategic Planning and Engagement Team Leader or Helen.Hancock@environment-agency.gov.uk Enforcement Team Leader

02/02/2019, 23:55 hours

Basic Check
Focuses on Customers and Partners
Consults and collaborates with Customers and Partners effectively through awareness raising, education and combined projects, ensuring buy-in to initiatives and the beneficial promotion of the Environment Agency’s duties and policies.
Engages others
Plans, carries out and evaluates effective engagement with internal and external stakeholders following the ‘Working with others’ approach.
Delivers Results Through Others
Harnesses the team to deliver results on time, to required standards and in line with organisational processes and procedures.
Takes Decisions and Solves Problems
Finds and delivers optimal solutions by effectively analysing all the information, probing to develop alternatives and taking sound and timely decisions.
Driving Licence is desirable to attend meetings in other Environment Agency Offices and with our external partners.
If you are applying from the Civil Service please note that the Environment Agency is not a part of HM Civil Service and you would not be a Crown Servant in the event of being appointed. Therefore, you will not be eligible for continuous service. For applicants who currently work in local government or other bodies listed in the Redundancy Payments (Continuity of Employment in Local Government etc) (Modification) Order 1999, you may be eligible for continuous service for the purpose of calculating any future redundancy payment. If you are unsure of your status then you should contact your own HR Team.

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This Vacancy is closed to applications.