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The Disclosure teams are part of the National Enforcement Service (NES) within the Environment Agency. NES manage Major and Serious investigations into Environmental offending, most notably Waste crime. This is a growing area of criminality and our vision for the Disclosure Teams is to provide a professional and dedicated disclosure service for the organisation, to support and sustain robust standards for disclosure across not only waste cases but all enforcement cases.
The role of a Disclosure Officer is critical in the Environment Agency’s ability to conduct robust investigations into criminal activity associated to environmental offending, which is key to our organisations objectives to protect and improve the environment.
As a Disclosure Officer, you will be part of a national team within the National Enforcement Service (NES) and you will perform an imperative role on serious and significant environmental crime cases in compliance with the Criminal Procedure and Investigations Act 1996 and related legislation and guidance.
You will be assigned as the lead disclosure officer on specific cases, working with both Investigating officers located in area teams and with our legal services department. This will require you to build and maintain strong working relationships over a wide area, to provide the best service possible. This require some occasional travel.
You will also be available to provide advice and guidance about disclosure and best practice on less significant cases.
You will be based in one of two National Hubs working on complex investigations involving significant volumes of evidence and unused material generated during the enquiry.
- Excellent organisational skills with attention to detail with the ability to produce detailed and accurate reports to specific time scales
- The proven ability to adapt your communication style to a diverse range of audiences and situations
- Excellent communication skills and ability to build and maintain Networks over a large geographical area
- No matter what your background, you will have a proven track record of managing an extensive and complex workload
If you would like more information, or to apply click here. The Environment Agency values a diverse workforce and welcomes applications from all sections of the community who wish to join a workforce which embraces difference and welcomes everyone.
Closing date: 11th December
Interviews are planned for January 2019