Job opportunity: Mobile-Multifunctional Team Leader (Environmental Enforcement)

This job position is within the Neighbourhood Delivery Service.


Grade 10 - £36,298 to £38,296 per annum.


37 hours per week.



About the job

Are you a problem-solver? Innovative? Collaborative? An inspirational leader and someone who sees opportunities rather than challenges? Can you influence and negotiate to achieve sustainable solutions to difficult issues?

This is an excellent opportunity for a highly motivated, creative individual to join our new Mobile Multi-Functional Team. You will be joining Newcastle under Lyme Borough Council at an exciting time as we develop and improve our services under our One Council transformational change programme.

We are looking to recruit a Mobile Multi-Functional Team Leader to assist our Mobile Multi-Functional Manager in shaping how the team and service is developed and implemented. You will manage a range of enforcement, community safety and neighbourhood services including fly tipping, stray/dangerous dogs, abandoned vehicles, unauthorised encampments, untidy gardens, PSPOs, CPN/CPNWs, the town and neighbourhood rangers and off-street car parking, ensuring that relevant regulations and standards are adhered to and that case files are correctly and accurately compiled.

You will develop a multi-skilled team to deliver these services and assist with the migration of further appropriate activities into the unit. In your daily work, you will interact with a broad range of people from within NULBC and externally, including partner agencies, government departments, suppliers, technical specialists and peers. You will respond to service requests from our community and provide advice as required. You will work with our Customer Hub and other teams to implement digital workflow management systems, field-based technology and streamline processes to be as effective and efficient as possible. You will provide guidance, technical and specialised business knowledge to the Mobile Multi-Functional Manager, the Head of Neighbourhood Delivery, elected members and other appropriate stakeholders, and taking account of standard practices, strategies, policies and specialist legislation, enable your service areas to operate more effectively and efficiently.


  • A degree or equivalent in a relevant field, or extensive experience of the specialist area. 
  • Experience in leading and developing people. 
  • Experience in environmental processes and interventions, and the associated legislative framework. 
  • Understanding of local authority services and systems. 

Why work for us?

Our vision is to provide good local services, a prosperous borough, and safe and welcoming places for all. 

  • We are committed to being a fair and inclusive place to work where everyone can achieve their potential. 
  • We are focussed on the wellbeing of our people. 
  • Together we can help to make a difference to our community - we offer 'jobs with purpose'.

Do your values align with ours? Read further information on our values, culture and behaviours.

We offer a competitive range of benefits including; access to the local government pension scheme, minimum 23 days annual leave and 5 days extra after 5 years' service, free car parking, flexible working and family friendly policies, local and national high street discounts, green travel scheme including a cycle to work scheme, 24 hour employee assistance and counselling services, flu vaccination service plus development and training opportunities.

View our full range of employee benefits and 'working for us' video.


For an informal discussion about the post, please contact Michelle Hopper, Mobile Multi-Functional Manager on 07774137601.

Closing date

5pm on Thursday 2 February 2023. 

(Should we receive a large number of applications, then this post could close sooner than the date stated).

Interview date 

8 February 2023. 

Supporting documents and information

Download the job description and person specification

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