Job Vacancies

Currently available

LALC will advertise vacancies on behalf of member councils in good faith. Questions about any particular vacancy should be addressed directly to the relevant council. Councils should not rely exclusively on this service to advertise their vacancies but should consider this within a range of other options.

 

Chapel St Leonards Parish Council 

Chapel St Leonards Parish Council is recruiting a Clerk and Responsible Financial Officer.

Clerk and Responsible Financial Officer for Chapel St Leonards Parish Council

The position is vacant and suitably- experienced and qualified persons are sought to fill the vacancy.

An advert, job desscription, person specification and job application form are available.

Closing date for the applications to be received is Wednesday 25th May 2022 at the Parish Office either by post or email.

Details can be found here on this website.

https://chapel-st-leonards.parish.lincolnshire.gov.uk/downloads/download/54/clerks-job-description-person-specification-and-job-application-form?downloadID=54

 

Chapel St Leonard’s Parish Council is recruiting for a Deputy Clerk.

Deputy Clerk vacancy

Chapel St Leonard’s Parish Council is recruiting a new Deputy Clerk to assist the Clerk and Responsible Financial Officer to deliver a wide range of local services.

The advert, job description, person specification and job application form is available from the webpage link provided below.

The closing date will be Wednesday 8th June 2022 when the application must either have been received by post or email.

https://chapel-st-leonards.parish.lincolnshire.gov.uk/downloads/download/55/deputy-clerk-advert-job-description-person-specification-and-application-form?downloadID=55

 

 

Roughton Parish Council

ROUGHTON PARISH COUNCIL invite applications for the position of Clerk and Responsible Financial Officer

The position is for 2 hours per week, working from home with equipment provided by the parish council.
The role includes overall administration of the parish council’s business, including
preparation of papers for meetings, taking and production of accurate minutes, dealing with
correspondence, maintaining the council’s website and monitoring the council’s policies. As Responsible
Financial Officer the post-holder will also be responsible for dealing with all aspects of the council’s financial activities.

Applicants should possess good IT skills and good organisational/administration skills are essential.
Previous experience in this role is preferred but not essential.

The salary is dependent on experience, but will be within the local government scale recommended for
Parish Clerks, and is subject to annual review along nationally agreed and published guidelines.

For further details contact Clerk by email in the first instance roughton.parishclerk@hotmail.com or 01507 522063

 

 

Algakirk Parish Council

Algarkirk Parish Council have a vacancy for a Parish Clerk and Responsible Finance Officer, with some previous experience in this role being essential.

 

Algarkirk is a small, rural parish in south Linconshire, with a population of around 350. The post is for 3 hours a week, working from home. There will extra hours for attending council meetings. The work is flexible with meetings taking place every other month at the village hall. The salary will be within the local government scale recommended for Parish Clerks.

A computer and printer are provided by the parish council if required.

For an informal chat please contact; Diana Reid 07415670307 or Stephen Walker on 01205461560

 

Applications, with supporting CV should be sent by email to algarkirkpc1@outlook.com

The closing Date for applications is 24th June 2022. interviews will take place as soon as reasonably

possible thereafter.

 

Scothern Parish Council

Vacancy for position of Clerk to Scothern Parish Council

Applications are invited for the position of Clerk to Scothern Parish Council. The position is part time, nine hours per week worked flexibly from home at times to be agreed. The role of the clerk provides a valuable service to the community of Scothern. It is varied, but key duties include:
• ensuring that the council conducts its business lawfully
• administering all the council’s paperwork
• administering the council’s finances, including preparing the precept/budget
• ensuring that meeting papers are properly prepared, and the public is aware of meeting times
• implementing the council’s decisions
• overseeing the implementation of projects
• keeping the community informed by minutes, notices, website and Facebook
• keeping up to date on legal and procedural issues and undertake appropriate training
• attend meetings of the Parish Council and its committees

The proficiencies required include good IT, Microsoft Office, written and verbal communication skills together with basic management accounting/book-keeping capability.

Salary is in range £11.97 – £12.95 per hour depending on experience and qualifications (2021/22 pay scales, pay award pending)

For informal discussion contact Cathryn Nicoll (Chair, Scothern Parish Council) 07776 240967.

For Job Description/Person Specification contact: scothernpc@yahoo.co.uk

Written applications with CV to be forwarded to Jane Johnson, 14 Sudbrooke Road, Scothern, LN22UZ or janejohnsonspc@btinternet.com

Closing date: Friday 10th June 2022

-Jane Johnson ( janejohnsonspc@btinternet.com )

 

Skegness Town Council

Are you a person who can hit the ground running and be comfortable in joining our exceptionally busy, but friendly team, to handle our finances and payroll?
This is a permanent position of 28 hours per week

Skegness TC Advert Finance Officer May 2022

Skegness TC Job Description and Person Spec Finance Officer

 

 

Great Ponton Parish Council

Clerk and Responsible Finance Officer  CILCA trained or previous experience in parish council admin and finance.

5 hours per week working from home.

Laptop and printer supplied.

Flexible working but meetings are usually held on the first Monday of the month, every other month and held at the village centre, so driving licence is a must.

The parish council has a playing field with two football pitches and cabins/changing rooms. Also a busy certificated caravan and camping site which, although is managed by a Councillor, paperwork and support etc will be part of the clerks duties.

Closing date for applications is 20th May  2022.

Email crbooth14@btinternet.com

Applications may be supported by CV.

 

 

Faldingworth Parish Council

FALDINGWORTH PARISH COUNCIL  – a very small rural parish 10 miles north of Lincoln 

Has a Vacancy  for a Clerk and Responsible Financial Officer – following the unexpected resignation of the current Clerk for personal reasons

Hours – 12 hours per month

Salary – National Joint Council Pay Scale points 12 – 19  depending upon experience and qualifications with a starting point of 15 for a candidate having appropriate qualifications

Requirements – The Clerk and Responsible Financial Officer will work from home with attendance at Council Meetings, normally every two months, on the third Wednesday of the month. Occasionally, informal meetings such as the annual village inspection, will be required. Provision of  own  phone, computer and printer will be required with a monthly working from home allowance of £15.00 being made.

The Clerk will be the Proper Officer of the Council, and as such is under a statutory duty to carry out all the functions required by law of a local authority’s Proper Officer.

 The Clerk will:

 be responsible for ensuring the instructions of the Council with regard to its functions as a Local Authority are carried out;

  • be accountable to the Council for the effective management of all its resources and will report to them as and when required
  • be responsible for the financial records of the Council and the careful administration of its finances including own payroll and VAT
  • maintain and update the Parish Council website

 The successful candidate is required to be self motivated highly organised and possess excellent interpersonal and communication skills. They should also be competent in administration I.T. and financial management.  Candidates should preferably hold the CiLCA qualification, or be willing to work towards achieving this.

 Applications by letter with a supporting CV should be sent to the Council’s Clerk, Andy Hopkins 2 School Lane Snitterby Gainsborough DN21 4TS or by email to faldingworthpc@hotmail.com

Closing Date for applications is 25th May 2022 and interviews will take place as soon as reasonably possible thereafter

More information about the Parish Council together with a full job description for the post can be found on the Council’s website : https://faldingworth.parish.lincolnshire.gov.uk

 

 

Tealby Parish Council

TEALBY PARISH COUNCIL invite applications for the position of Clerk and Proper Officer/Responsible Financial Officer

Tealby is a village and civil parish in the West Lindsey district of Lincolnshire, situated on the edge of
the Lincolnshire Wolds. It is a beautiful picturesque village, on the Viking Way, in an area of Natural
Outstanding Beauty.

The post is for 3 hours per week, working from home with equipment provided by the parish council if
required. The role includes overall administration of the parish council’s business, including
preparation of papers for meetings, taking and production of accurate minutes, dealing with
correspondence and monitoring the council’s policies. As Responsible Financial Officer the post-holder
will also be responsible for dealing with all aspects of the council’s financial activities.

Applicants should possess good IT skills and preferably have previous experience of accounting to audit
level. Good organisational and administration skills are essential. Previous experience in this role is
essential.

The salary is dependent on experience, but will be within the local government scale recommended for
Parish Clerks, and is subject to annual review along nationally agreed and published guidelines.
For an informal chat, contact Clerk 01472 851879 or email tealbypc@gmail.com

The Closing date for receipt of applications (Letter and CV) is Friday 3rd June 2022 .

Tealby PC Advert – Clerk 2022

Tealby PC Parish Clerk – Job spec and skills matrix

 

 

Pointon and Sempringham Parish Council

 Pointon & Sempringham Parish Council is seeking to recruit a Clerk/Responsible Financial Officer.

The post is for 5 hours per week to cover administration of the Council’s business/finances and attendance at meetings.  A flexible approach is necessary, as the position involves some evening work. A competitive salary is offered depending on experience.

For further details, please email:

pointon.parish@gmail.com

 

 

Scopwick and Kirkby Green Parish Council

Scopwick and Kirkby Green Parish Council has a vacancy for a Parish Clerk and Proper Officer to start as soon as possible.

36 hours per month – National Association of Local Councils April 2020 pay scales, LC1 scp 10-16 (£21,695-£24,432 pro rata)

Scopwick and Kirkby Green is a small Lincolnshire parish comprising of two neighbouring villages with a total population of just over 500. The Parish Council currently consists of seven  councillors and is very active with good working relationships with the District and County Councils.  The Parish Council is responsible for the management of a play area, grass cutting and general village maintenance.

Applications are invited from suitably experienced persons with interest in the local community for the position of Parish Clerk and Proper Officer.

This is an exciting post for a community orientated individual who would like to make a difference to our community and feel as though they are contributing positively to our quality of life.

You will be responsible for the overall administration of the Council’s business including; implementing Council decisions & policies; attending and administering Council and Committee meetings; maintaining up to date financial records; preparation of annual budget; completion of annual audit and return; maintenance of the council’s website and management of all communications with the council.

You will be expected to work from home and a flexible approach is essential as demand fluctuates throughout the month and you will be required to attend occasional evening meetings.  Applicants will be self-motivated, highly organised and committed to delivering excellent customer service to the residents of Scopwick and Kirkby Green.

The successful candidate will ideally have experience of working in a customer facing role and possess excellent interpersonal and communication skills. They will also ideally possess excellent administrative, organisational and IT skills. The formal CiLCA qualification would be an advantage, although support to achieve the qualification will be provided on completion of one year’s service.

Details, including a Job Description, Person Specification and Application Form, can be requested from the Parish Clerk (clerkscopwick@gmail.com or 07796 954395).

The closing date for applications is 12th May 2022

 

 

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’.