Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs

The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) is the UK government department responsible for policy and regulations on environmental, food and rural issues. We are responsible for policy and regulations on: - the natural environment, biodiversity, plants and animals - sustainable development and the green economy - food, farming and fisheries - animal health and welfare - environmental protection and pollution control - rural communities and issues Although we only work directly in England, we work closely with the devolved administrations in Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland, and we generally lead on negotiations in the EU and internationally. Read more about the Department, including key facts and figures, our priorities and objectives on our website.

26/05/2022
Full time
Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Newcastle upon Tyne, UK
Job details Salary £29,179 - £35,888 a year Job type Full-time Permanent Benefits Pulled from the full job description Childcare Cycle to work scheme On-site gym Paid volunteer time Sick pay Full Job Description Details Reference number 212796 Salary £29,179 - £35,888 National Salary: £29,179 - £32,00 London Salary: £32,557 - £35,888. For details of our pay on appointment policy, please see below under the heading ‘Salary’ Grade Higher Executive Officer Contract type Permanent Business area DEFRA - S&C - Portfolio - Core Defra Type of role Analytical Working pattern Flexible working, Full-time Number of posts 1 Contents Location About the job Benefits Things you need to know Apply and further information Location...