- Environment Agency

Environmental Permitting- Flood Risk

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This is an exciting opportunity to work within a new team of Permitting Officers in our evolving Flood Risk Activity Permitting (FRAP) service. You will have a support network around you which will include a Senior Permitting Officer and your line manager.

You will be part of the wider National Permitting Service (NPS), who’s primary purpose is to protect the environment and support sustainable economic growth by assessing applications for environmental permits.

Environmental Permitting Officer – Flood Risk

Permitting Officer is a key role that supports the regulatory duties carried out by the Environment Agency. You’ll assess applications for a range of flood risk activities across the country by carrying out technical assessments and working with other technical teams. The permits you deliver will help to protect the environment and local communities.

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Why Environment Agency

If you are part of the Environment Agency, you will play your part in protecting and improving the environment. You will do vital, purposeful work that influences and protects lives, places and communities now and in the future. We are based across England, and our responsibilities span industry regulation, flood defences, land contamination, water quality, fisheries and conservation.