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Rockbourne Parish Council - Parish Clerk & RFO

APPLICANTS ARE SOUGHT FOR A CLERK/RESPONSIBLE FINANCE OFFICER

The Parish Clerk is responsible for ensuring the efficient day to day running of the Parish Council, and applications are being sought for this important position.

Applicants should have proven organisational and administrative skills, be computer literate and have an understanding of financial management or administration.  You will also need to be comfortable working in a stand-alone role and to be self-motivated and self-managing. 

In return we can offer a varied and interesting role where you can have a positive impact on the local community.  We also offer flexible hours (up to 6 hours per week), based at home.  The hours can be worked in a pattern that is agreed between yourself and the Council; however you will need to be available for at least 1 evening meeting per month. 

Salary range is between £18,070  and £27,688  pro rata (£8.90 to £12.50 hourly rate) and will be dependent on skills and experience. 

Closing date details:

30th April 2019

Contact person:

For further information or to request an application pack, apply to the Chairman on

07787808968 or e-mail rockbourneclerk@outlook.com

Cheriton Parish Council require a Parish Clerk

Cheriton Parish Council require 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 and experience of the work, is essential and a CILCA qualification is desirable.

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

Closing date details:

Contact person:

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

Bramshott & Liphook Parish Council - Grounds Manager

We are seeking a Grounds Manager to manage the landholding assets of the Council through a team of three ground staff, reporting to the Executive Officer.  The role would ensure statutory compliance, implement decisions of the Council and ensure a safe and pleasant environment for the community to enjoy the open spaces and facilities. 

The role would an experienced greenkeeper/grounds contractor. 

Salary is £25,000 for 37 hours a week. 

Closing date details:

Friday 10th May 2019

Contact person:

For an application pack, please visit www.bramshottandliphook-pc.gov.uk/jobs or telephone 01428 722988.

 

Fair Oak and Horton Heath - Operations Manager

Salary £30,507 - £34,788 depending on experience

37 Hours per week

Fair Oak, Eastleigh

We have an exciting opportunity for an Operations Manager to join our team of 13 employees. This is a senior role within our organisation.

Fair Oak & Horton Heath Parish Council is an expanding Council with exciting opportunities and challenges on the horizon, largely through the expansion of the area as a result of the local plan. The Parish Council is the first tier of local government responsible for the provision of play areas, public open space, allotment sites, community centres and much more. The Parish Council prides itself on the quality of the service provision and wishes to maintain that high standard as the authority grows.

Role and Responsibilities Overview

The Operations Manager will have responsibility for the delivery of operational services by the Parish Council covering a variety of areas & managing a group of employees working in grounds maintenance and caretaking as well as working alongside external contractors. The Operations Manager is a senior role within the staffing structure, reporting direct to the Parish Clerk, and is expected to be public-facing, dealing professionally and appropriately with residents and other stakeholders. Bringing experience of managing people, properties and public open space. They will provide advice to the Clerk to maintain and improve services within the Parish.

Key Responsibilities

  • Procurement of services as required or directed by the Clerk/Councillors
  • Management of maintenance and service contracts
  • Ensuring that the Council complies with relevant regulatory requirements
  • Management of operation service within defined budgets
  • Line management of 3 grounds staff, 3 caretakers and external contractors
  • Liaison with community groups, stakeholders and contractors
  • Reactive property maintenance and asset management of various council owned buildings

Key Requirements of the successful candidate

The Operations Manager will be an experienced people and services manager, with a straightforward attitude to service delivery and a positive, solution-focused approach. They will know how to get the best out of their employees and resources, working alongside the Clerk to achieve the best possible outcomes for this rapidly-expanding Parish.  They will constructively engage in discussion, while preserving political impartiality required in a public servant. A good communicator, with excellent I.T skills, they will be able to work well with stakeholders and employees, and to handle day-to-day requirements of a senior manager role.

Qualifications and Experience

  • Recognised management qualification or equivalent experience in a similar environment
  • Demonstrable experience in a similar role
  • Knowledge of asset management including relevant health and safety regulations
  • Experience of managing outsourced contracts
  • Experience of managing a budget within defined parameters

We offer 25 days annual leave, plus two extra statutory days and public holidays, increasing by 4 days after four years continuous service.

Closing date details:

The closing date for applications is 5.00pm on Thursday 25 April 2019. 

Interviews will be held on Tuesday 7 May 2019.

Contact person:

For more information and a copy of full job description and person specification please contact Mel Stephens, Clerk, on clerk@fairoak-pc.gov.uk 

An application form can be found on the Council’s website www.fairoak-pc.gov.uk. CV’s will not be accepted. Completed applications forms must be sent to clerk@fairoak-pc.gov.uk 

Church Crookham require a Community Centre Officer

A varied and interesting role which includes handling queries and dealing with the public, ensure smooth running of activities in the centre including managing bookings, strong marketing skills to produce newsletters and promote the centre and events, use of social media to highlight Parish Council activities including updating the website, managing the maintenance schedule for the centre and health and safety issues.

We would be delighted to hear from you if you -  

  • have a proven customer service background  
  • have strong computer, administration and marketing skills 
  • are self-motivated  
  • are team orientated and able to offer flexibility 
  • like contributing to the local community 

This is a part-time position working alongside Parish Council staff in the community centre in Church Crookham.

Currently the hours are 25 per week @ £9.81 per hour.  
 
For more information and a copy of the full job description please  

Contact the Clerk  or view the vacancies page on the Parish Council website.

Interested candidates should send a C.V. with a covering letter addressed to the Parish Clerk to explain how your skills will meet the various aspects of the role. 

Closing date details:

Closing date for applications: 5pm, Friday 5th October 2018.  

Interviews to take place on the 15th and 16th October 2018.  

Candidates invited to interview will be asked to provide a marketing  

advert for a community event. Details to be confirmed. 

 

Contact person:

Mrs C Inglis (Parish Clerk)  
Church Crookham Parish Council 
Church Crookham Community Centre,
 

Boyce Road, Church Crookham, GU52 8AQ 

Email: clerk@churchcrookham.org.uk