Job Vacancies

This page displays any current vacancies that we have been made aware of for Local Councils or any other employer who we feel may be of interest to our website users.

 

Assistant Town Clerk - Farnham Town Council

Closing date
18/05/2016
Workplace
Town Council Office
Hours
35 hours per week, plus attendance at evening meetings
Rate of pay
Farnham Grade 4, SCP 34-39 (up to £33,857) plus Outer London Weighting £573 per annum
Contact
Iain Lynch/Rachel Aves
01252 712667
rachel.aves@farnham.gov.uk
http://www.farnham.gov.uk/vacancies
Address
Farnham Town Council, South Street, Farnham GU9 7RN
Description
Are you creative and committed with a track record of success? Are you an innovator?

Are you passionate about the ability of local government to make a difference?

Are you up to taking on the challenging role of a Team Leader in one of the country’s
leading Town Councils with ambition to deliver excellent services and excellent value for money? If so, we want to hear from you.

One of the largest town councils in the south of England, Farnham Town Council has a
proven track record of service delivery and community representation. The Town Council is now recruiting a team leader with a positive can-do outlook to help take it forward to the new environment of localism and devolution. This Team Leader will be responsible for Governance, cemeteries and administrative services following the promotion of the previous post holder as Town Clerk in another authority.

You need to be to have sound administrative and project management skills and a clear understanding of the working of the Town and Parish council sector. You need to work well in partnership with other organisations and lead by example

If you think you can contribute towards the success of a driven team, please see the job description for more information and details about how to apply.

The closing date for receipt of applications will be 12 noon on Wednesday 18th May 2016 with interviews to be held on Friday 20th May.

PLEASE NOTE SSALC ARE NOT DEALING WITH THIS VACANCY, PLEASE CONTACT RACHEL AVES FOR FURTHER INFORMATION AND YOU CAN DOWNLOAD THE APPLICATION PACK HERE: http://www.farnham.gov.uk/vacancies

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Business and Contracts Officer - Farnham Town Council

Closing date
20/05/2016
Workplace
Town Council Office
Hours
35 hours per week
Rate of pay
SCP 27-32 (up to £28,497) plus Outer London Weighting at £573 per annum
Contact
Iain Lynch/Rachel Aves
01252 712667
rachel.aves@farnham.gov.uk
http://www.farnham.gov.uk/vacancies
Address
Farnham Town Council, South Street, Farnham GU9 7RN
Description
This is an excellent opportunity for a professional person with project management experience, an understanding of contracts and procurement and a commitment to delivering excellent value for money.

This role will suit an individual who is keen to develop and diversify their experience and skills or consolidate previous experience. You will be able to establish strong customer relationships and offer sound professional advice at all levels within the organisation.

Experience in the cemetery or bereavement industry would be advantageous, but training can be provided.

You will work closely with colleagues, developing a thorough understanding of the needs of the Council, designing and delivering effective procedures providing support on subsequent contract management, performance and business processes.

You’ll help create alternative approaches in a variety of service areas and opportunities to deliver efficiencies and cost savings.

You will need to work effectively in a small team and be able to take responsibility for your own workload and competing priorities.

If you think you can contribute towards the success of a driven team, please see the job description for more information and details about how to apply.

The closing date for receipt of applications will be 12 noon on Friday 20th May 2016 with interviews to be held on Thursday 26th May 2016.

PLEASE NOTE SSALC ARE NOT DEALING WITH THIS VACANCY, PLEASE CONTACT RACHEL AVES FOR FURTHER INFORMATION AND YOU CAN DOWNLOAD THE APPLICATION PACK HERE: http://www.farnham.gov.uk/vacancies

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Deputy Town Clerk & Responsible Financial Officer - Littlehampton Town Council

Closing date
23/05/2016
Workplace
Manor House
Hours
34 hours per week
Rate of pay
NJC Salary Scale (SCP 44-47) £38,405 - £41,140 (pro rata)
Contact
Peter Herbert, Town Clerk
01903 732063
ltc@littlehampton-tc.gov.uk
http://www.littlehampton-tc.gov.uk
Address
Littlehampton Town Council, Manor House, Church Street, Littlehampton, West Sussex, BN17 5EW
Completed applications should be marked Private & Confidential and addressed to the Town Clerk at the above address
Description
Littlehampton Town Council is seeking a highly motivated, experienced professional to support the Town Clerk in ensuring the smooth running of the Corporate Governance and Financial administration of the Council and oversee its central administration.
Preferably with a recognised accounting qualification, you will be able to effectively manage the Council’s finances, ensuring compliance in line with the Accounts and Audit Regulations. Experience of maintaining a small monthly payroll using Sage is also required.
Other duties include deputising for the Clerk, attending occasional evening meetings; acting as Office Manager and managing several small teams and leading on HR, IT, Insurance and security.
Closing date for the receipt of applications is 4:30pm on Monday 23rd May 2016

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Parish Clerk - Wonersh Parish Council

Closing date
24/05/2016
Workplace
Parish Office
Hours
The role is for up to 22 hours per week
Rate of pay
The nationally agreed Clerks' salary scale. The contract includes holiday, sick pay and pension provision pending.
Contact
John Aldworth
01483 892501
clerk@wonershparish.org
http://www.wonershparish.org/
Address
Parish Office, Wonersh Sports Pavilion, The Common, Wonersh Common, GU5 OPJ
Description
lnterested in a role that can use your skills and experience and involves you
in the local community? Would you like to work as part of a lively team
seeking to improve the villages of Shamley Green, Blackheath and Wonersh?
We are looking for a well organised, numerate and motivated person to take
up the position of Clerk for this active and ambitious counci!. The applicant
should be used to acting on their own initiative. Candidates need the drive
and determination to manage a varied workload which includes managing
the day-to-day delivery of council services and interaction with a range of
organisations.
You may not have considered this sort of role before. However good clerks
come from a wide range of backgrounds and the most important factor is to
be interested in the Parish and to want to make a difference. Working
arrangements can be flexible and the Council offers support for relevant
training (including professional qualifications).
lf you would like to have an informal chat about what is involved, please
ring Peter Neve 18923751, Anne Powell-Evans (5O4L291, Chris Crouch
(89223L) or any of the other Parish Councillors (www.wonershparish.org).
The role is for up to 22hours per week at the nationally agreed Clerks\' salary
scale. The contract includes holiday, sick pay and pension provision pending

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Locum Clerk - Cuckfield Parish Council

Closing date
01/06/2016
Workplace
The Queen's Hall, High Street, Cuckfield
Hours
25 hours per week, with the split of hours/days to be agreed.
Rate of pay
£25 per hour
Contact
Trevor Leggo
07825 506649
trevor.leggo@ssalc.co.uk
http://www.cuckfield.gov.uk/Cuckfield-PC/Default.aspx
Address
Description
An experienced Locum Clerk is required for a period of up to three months starting from the last week in May. The role would include assisting the new Clerk who takes over on 1st June in Clerk/RFO duties, running the parish office and acting as a mentor during her first three months in the new role.

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Assistant Clerk to the Council - Windlesham Parish Council

Closing date
06/06/2016
Workplace
Windlesham Parish Council
Hours
The role is part time 25-30 hours per week across the working week and will coincide with office opening times and evening meeting requirements, and be subject to agreement.
Rate of pay
Starting salary depending on experience. Range SCP29 currently £25,440pa to SCP34 currently £29,558. Plus pension and expenses.
Contact
Windlesham Parish Council
http://www.surreyheath.gov.uk/jobs
Address
The Council Office, The Avenue, Lightwater, Surrey, GU18 6RG
Description
Assistant Clerk to the Council
Starting salary depending on experience
Range SCP29 currently £25,440pa to SCP34 currently £29,558
Plus pension and expenses

Windlesham Parish Council, one of the largest parishes in the country is looking to appoint an Assistant Clerk to an interesting and demanding position, working closely with the Clerk and Council to secure its aims and objectives and to assist with community projects.

The Council is looking for a bright, dynamic and resourceful individual with administrative experience, IT, excellent organisational and inter-personal skills, some financial experience and have knowledge of local government or be willing to learn.

The role is part time 25-30 hours per week across the working week and will coincide with office opening times and evening meeting requirements, and be subject to agreement.


To download the application pack containing the job description, person specification and application form please visit the job vacancies page at www.surreyheath.gov.uk/jobs.

Please note that CV’s will not be accepted and the application form must be completed and returned to apply.

Closing date for applications: Midday 6th June 2016

Likely interview date(s): 17th June or w/c 20th June

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Parish Clerk - Horam Parish Council

Closing date
10/06/2016
Workplace
The Parish Office
Hours
16 hours per week
Rate of pay
Negotiable depending on experience and qualifications, but in the range of £10-£12 per hour
Contact
Trevor Leggo
07825 506649
lcrecruit@ssalc.co.uk
Address
The Clerk
Horam Parish Council
The Horam Centre
High Street
Horam
East Sussex
Description
This is an interesting and varied post supporting an active, community focused Parish Council.

Horam Parish Council is looking to appoint a Parish Clerk with the drive, determination and organisational skills to manage a varied workload.

In additon to managine the day-to-day work of the Parish Council, the post holder will work closely with Councillors to plan and implement the aims and objectives of the Council.

The ideal applicant will have administrative experience, the ability to deliver projects on time and within budget and be able to demonstrate enthusiasm for working with residents and local organisations.

Application pack available shortly.

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Parish Clerk & Responsible Financial Offer - Westfield Parish Council - East Sussex

Closing date
10/06/2016
Workplace
Hours
18 hours per week
Rate of pay
Starting salary depending on experience. Range SCP23-SCP25 currently £20,849 to £22,212pa pro rota
Contact
Trevor Leggo
07825 506649
lcrecruit@ssalc.co.uk
http://www.westfieldvillage.co.uk/
Address
Working from home
Description
Westfield Parish Council is looking to appoint a Parish Clerk & RFO with the drive, determination and organisational skills to manage varied workload.
In addition to managing the day-to-day work of the Parish Council, the post holder will work closely with Councillors to plan and implement the aims and objectives of the Council.
The ideal applicant will have financial and administrative experience, the ability to deliver projects on time and within budget and be able to demonstrate enthusiasm for working with residents and local organisations.

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