CURRENT VACANCIES –
APPOINTMENT OF CLERK & RESPONSIBLE FINANCE OFFICER
PART TIME: AVERAGE 12 HOURS PER WEEK
SALARY: DEPENDENT UPON EXPERIENCE/QUALIFICATIONS.
PLACE OF WORK: PARISH OFFICE, PRE-SCHOOL CENTRE, NORTH END, SWINESHEAD
Applications are invited for the post of Clerk and Responsible Finance Officer to the Council. The application pack can be downloaded from our website, and comprises:
1. Job advert 2. Job Description 3. Person Specification 4. Application Form
Your completed application form should be placed in a sealed envelope, marked ‘Job Application – Private and Confidential’ and addressed to:
Cllr Mr A Hughes Chairman, Swineshead Parish Council Parish Office Swineshead Pre-School Centre North End Swineshead Boston PE20 3LZ
Or it can be emailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org Please highlight it as ‘Job Application – Private and Confidential’
Your application must be returned no later than 12 noon, Friday 27th March 2020.
Should you wish to discuss the post before submitting your application please contact Nicky Bush, Parish Clerk, at email@example.com
MAREHAM LE FEN PARISH COUNCIL
Have a vacancy for a Parish Clerk. Dealing with the usual day to day running of the Parish Council and also management of the Village Cemetery.
The salary is £12.00 per hour – hours are between 20-30 per month
If Interested please apply to the Chairman John Huggins – Mobile phone.0745650801 – Closing Date being 24th April 2020.
WELTON-BY-LINCOLN – Administrative Assistant Vacancy
Are seeking to appoint a competent and experienced administrative assistant to assist with the day to day tasks of the council and to support the Parish Clerk/Responsible Financial Officer. Applicants will need to be proficient in using MS Office (Word/Excel/Outlook) and have a good standard of written and spoken English. This is a varied and interesting role within local government requiring a ‘can do’ attitude, the ability to work on your own initiative at times and a good range of skills. You will be responsible for dealing with enquiries from members of the public, answering the telephone and responding to post and email communications. This will require dealing with a range of enquiries relating to all aspects of the council and the wider community so having a good local knowledge and experience dealing with the public will be very beneficial.
Other duties will include assisting in the preparation and printing of agendas, setting up for meetings, attendance and taking of minutes at Council meetings, ordering goods, responding appropriately to reports of damage or repairs required, co-ordinating the volunteer rota for the Library and Community Hub and a variety of other tasks as required by the Clerk to whom you will report. The post is for 18 hours a week over three days (Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday) and is based in the Parish Council Office. The salary will be in line with the 2019 National Pay Scales and in accordance with experience and qualifications £9.21 per hour, £17,711 pro rata; reviewed annually. In the first instance please contact the Parish Clerk for an Application Form and Job Description: Parish Council Office, 7 Lincoln Road, Welton, LN2 3HZ. Tel: 01673 860336 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org. A CV will not be accepted as an application.
The closing date for applications is midday on Monday 27th April 2020 – Welton-by-Lincoln Parish Council is an equal opportunities employer.
SNITTERBY PARISH COUNCIL require a CLERK / RESPONSIBLE FINANCIAL OFFICER
The post is for 3 hours per week to cover administration of the Parish Council’s business/finances and attendance at meetings. A flexible approach is necessary as the position involves some evening work.
Please apply in writing in the first instance to the Clerk with CV and any other supporting information :-
Mrs Natasha Vick, 7 Dovecote Close, Snitterby, DN21 4AT or email@example.com – Closing Date for Applications: 31 May 2020
We are sometimes asked by our neighbouring County Associations and other agencies to advertise vacancies, as we do have some clerks who are interested in taking on additional parishes and working ‘cross-border’.