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PROJECTS OFFICER REQUIRED BY HEADLEY PARISH COUNCIL

This is a new and exciting position with Headley Parish Council. The post holder will help deliver a wide range of Council projects from an outdoor trim trail to installing a defibrillator in Headley Down. You will have a proven track record of delivering projects and possess excellent communication and organisationskills and be able to plan and organise your own workload.  The salary is in accordance with nationally agreed rates.

The post is 10 hours a week.
Salary: NJC SPC 20 (£10.09 per hour)

Closing date details:

The closing date for applications is 1pm on Monday 16th July 2018.

Contact person:

A copy of the job description and person specification is available from the Clerk & Executive Officer.
Email
clerk@headleypc.co.uk  or Tel. 01428 713132.

HORNDEAN PARISH COUNCIL REQUIRES AND OFFICE MANAGER


Reporting to the Chief Officer

Full time – 37 hours per week

Current salary £22,000 - £25,000 depending on experience.

Pro-active, organised with excellent office/administration and management skills.

 A positive can do attitude is essential.

Previous experience in a similar role is essential.

Evening meeting attendance and own transport necessary.

 

Closing date details:

Closing date for Applications: 29 June 2018

Contact person:

For more information and to view a full job description/person specification please visit the Horndean Parish Council website at: www.horndeanpc-hants.gov.uk

CV’s will not be accepted. 

Alternatively call: Carla Baverstock-Jones – Chief Officer on 02392 597766 or email: carla.baverstock-jones@horndeanpc-hants.gov.uk

Cheriton Parish Council require a Parish Clerk

Required for Approx. 8-10 hours a week (with some degree of flexibility) and salary point 24 within the LC1/LC2 scale (depending on experience)

Cheriton Parish Council requires an enthusiastic and skilled administrator to support the Council in the vital role of Parish Clerk; this is an opportunity to be involved in local issues and to work largely from home. You need good admin., and book-keeping skills in addition to strong communication and interpersonal skills. Previous knowledge/experience of the work and a CILCA qualification is desirable and an interest in local affairs is essential.

 

 

 

Closing date details:

Contact person:

For a job description or to apply contact Chair Cheriton Parish Council Andy Collett on email atcollett@gmail.com

NEW ALRESFORD TOWN COUNCIL Require A DEPUTY TOWN CLERK

New Alresford is one of the largest market towns in Hampshire and a well-established tourist destination, hosting a variety of major festivals each year. The town has a resident population of 5,000, rising by 15,000 on peak festival days. NATC is based at Arlebury Park Recreation Centre a substantial sports facility, incorporating function rooms and office accommodation managed by the council. The council is also responsible for the management of playgrounds, recreation areas and allotments in the town. The scope of the Council’s responsibility is wide reaching and involves the preparation and management of a budget exceeding £300,000.

DEPUTY CLERK POSITION – this role will work closely with the Town Clerk and share many of the skills, requirements and responsibilities. The pay range we’re offering is from £27,358 plus a Pension Contribution. We offer a flexible working environment, as some evening work will be required. The role will be 30 hours per week, with flexibility on office working days.

 

Closing date details:

CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS: MONDAY 16 JULY 2018

Contact person:

FULL DETAILS OF THE RESPONSIBILITIES AND REQUIREMENTS RELATED TO THIS POST ARE AVAILABLE ON THE NATC WEBSITE OR FROM THE LOCUM CLERK

SUE HOBBS AT townclerk@newalresford-tc.gov.uk or in writing to New Alresford Town Council, Arlebury Park Office, The Avenue, Alresford, SO24 9EP

 

NEW ALRESFORD TOWN COUNCIL Require A TOWN CLERK/RESPONSIBLE FINANCIAL OFFICER

New Alresford is one of the largest market towns in Hampshire and a well-established tourist destination, hosting a variety of major festivals each year. The town has a resident population of 5,000, rising by 15,000 on peak festival days. NATC is based at Arlebury Park Recreation Centre a substantial sports facility, incorporating function rooms and office accommodation managed by the council. The council is also responsible for the management of playgrounds, recreation areas and allotments in the town. The scope of the Council’s responsibility is wide reaching and involves the preparation and management of a budget exceeding £300,000.

TOWN CLERK/RESPONSIBLE FINANCIAL OFFICER POSITION – this is a senior officer role demanding a high degree of professionalism and commitment. The Town Clerk plays a pivotal role in the management of the town’s affairs and in the communication between the council and residents. The pay range we’re offering is from £35,229 pro rata plus a Pension Contribution. We offer a flexible working environment, as some evening work will be required. The role will be 37 hours per week, with flexibility on office working days.

Key Requirements – full list of requirements is available on request

•           Experience with computer-based Accounts packages essential

•           Excellent written and verbal communication skills

•           Strong personal character with patience and a level head

•           Experience in working in a time pressured environment

•           Enthusiasm in local initiatives and working with the public

•           Excellent organisational skills essential

Closing date details:

CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS: MONDAY 16 JULY 2018

Contact person:

FULL DETAILS OF THE RESPONSIBILITIES AND REQUIREMENTS RELATED TO THESE POSTS ARE AVAILABLE ON THE NATC WEB SITE OR FROM THE LOCUM CLERK 
SUE HOBBS AT: townclerk@newalresford-tc.gov.uk or in writing to New Alresford Town Council, Arlebury Park Office, The Avenue, Alresford, SO24 9EP
 

Part-Time Allotment Officer Vacancy at Allbrook and North Boyatt Parish Council

Allbrook and North Boyatt Parish Council requires a skilled administrator to support the Council’s Allotment function.  The Council runs two allotment sites and some work will be carried out at the sites with onsite meetings. The rest will be worked from home. You need good admin and strong interpersonal skills. Previous knowledge /experience of the work and role of local Councils is desirable. There is a possibility that this role will evolve as the Council grows so there is an opportunity for more hours and an extension to the role for the right candidate.

Average of 3 hours a week on SCP 15.


 

Closing date details:

  • 29th June 2018
  • Interviews will be taking place in early July

Contact person:

For details and how to apply contact Amy Thorne anbpc1@gmail.com