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We're looking for a Senior Licensing Officer to work for our client.
Ou r Client is seeking for a dynamic and motivated Senior Licensing Officer to join their team for a six-month period.
This role is crucial in the preparation of our new Gambling Policy, requiring an experienced individual in writing licensing policies and procedures.

If that’s you, then you could be exactly what they’re looking for.

Please note: This is initially a temporary role with the potential to become permanent. You’ll need to work weekends and shifts during unsociable hours. Full details will be revealed at the interview.


Local Area Profile Creation: Develop a comprehensive Local Area Profile, incorporating various factors, data, and information held by the City of London on its local landscape.

Stakeholder Engagement: Engage proactively with responsible authorities and other stakeholders to map local risks.

Policy Review and Alignment: Review and align the City’s existing Gambling Policy with the new Local Area Profile, recent legislative changes, and the City’s new Corporate Plan.

Policy Consultation: Conduct a formal consultation on policy changes, involving residents, licence holders, members, industry representatives, and other interested parties.

Consultation Analysis: Review responses from the consultation and recommend appropriate changes to the gambling policy.

Policy Assistance: Assist the Licensing Manager in reviewing other policies, including the City’s Al-Fresco Dining policy and Street Trading policy.

Knowledge, Qualifications, Experience, and Skills:

Legislation Knowledge: Sound knowledge of the Gambling Act 2005 and preferably the Licensing Act 2003, Business and Planning Act 2020, and some knowledge of street trading legislation.

Policy Writing Experience: Proven experience in writing local authority policies and procedures.

Communication Skills: Effective communicator with excellent interpersonal skills.

IT Proficiency: IT literate with working knowledge of MS Office Suite, GIS, and case management software.

Deadline Management: Ability to work to very strict deadlines are essential.

Working Pattern: 3 days in the office, 2 days working from home.

Schedule: Monday to Friday, 7 hours per day, flexible between 8 am and 6 pm.
Compensation: £30.30 Basic PAYE

If you are a proactive individual with the necessary experience and skills, we encourage you to apply for this exciting opportunity to contribute to the London's licensing framework.

Location: London
Duration: 6 months




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To apply for this job please visit www.cv-library.co.uk.