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Colehill Parish Council
details: £27905 - £31371
Colehill Parish Council wishes to appoint a full-time (37 hours) Parish
Clerk and Responsible Financial Officer.
With the impending changes to local government in Dorset this is an
exciting and challenging time to join and support a Council committed to providing
services to over 9,000 residents, young and old. Local knowledge is
You will work from home using modern technology for which good IT skills
are essential, together with an ability to keep accurate records of Council
meetings and finances. Previous relevant local government experience
would be an advantage. Training will be given to the successful
The Council’s services include support for a local library, youth and
community centre, play areas and a very busy community hall. Liaison will
involve the new Dorset Council, neighbouring towns and parishes, and the Dorset
Association of Parish and Town Councils.
Terms and conditions of employment are governed by the National Joint
Council for Local Government Services (NJC).
To apply please send your CV and a personal letter, indicating your
suitability and skills, by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
The closing date for applications is Monday, 18th February and selection
interviews are expected to take place on Thursday, 28th February
The job application and advert can be viewed at: https://jobs.dorsetforyou.gov.uk/business-policy-administration-colehill-parish-council-parish-clerk/28267.job
CHESELBOURNE PARISH COUNCIL
VACANCY: Clerk and Responsible Finance Officer
Applications are invited for the post of Clerk/RFO to the Parish Council.
The council meets bi-monthly, starting in January, on the first Monday of the month. The main responsibilities of the role include producing agendas and minutes for all council meetings, liaising with outside bodies and members of the pubic, enacting the council’s decisions, managing income and expenditure and maintaining the council’s financial records. The Clerk will be required to work from home.
Hours: - 10hrs per month, salary will be based on NJC pay scale SCP 15-20 depending on experience. Membership of the Local Government Pension scheme will be offered.
For further information please contact the Chairman, Colin Hampton on 01258 837011 or email email@example.com
__________________________________________________________________ Lay member - Patient & Public Involvement
NHS Clinical Commissioning Group
You may be aware that the CCG (NHS Clinical Commissioning Group) Governing Body has a lay
member position with a specific remit for patient and public involvement.
The current holder of this role and will be stepping down in March.
The CCG wants to bring this vacancy to the attention of
partners who might not always see the usual advertised channels.
The details of the post is online at
ASSISTANT TOWN CLERK
Due to retirement, a vacancy has arisen for an
Assistant Town Clerk at Verwood Town Council in Dorset.
The post is to provide full administrative support to
the Town Council for all aspects of its operations including administration
services, facilities, staffing and finance.
This is an exciting opportunity to join our small team at a time of
change with the reorganisation of the local authorities. The successful applicant is expected to work
alongside the Town Clerk to ensure smooth and effective daily running of the
Town Council. This would be an ideal next step opportunity for an applicant who
is looking for a role which will lead to a Town Clerk position.
We are pleased to invest in developing our staff and the
Town Council will sponsor the applicant to undertake the relevant training to
achieve the accredited Town Clerk's qualification (CiLCA) and to attend any
other training courses, seminars, conferences on the work and role of the Assistant
Town Clerk as appropriate.
Main Duties & Key Responsibilities
minute Town Council meetings and other committee meetings, with or without the Town Clerk of Administrative Assistant.
This may include agenda setting, attendance at evening meetings (usually
Tuesdays), delivering reports at the meeting and responding to councillor’s
queries, taking the minutes, actioning the decisions taken by the Council (in
liaison with other staff, where appropriate) and the research, preparation and
dissemination of reports to councillors.
To study reports, legislation and other data on the activities and interest of the Council. To study reports and other data on matters which are related to those activities and where appropriate, to discuss such matters with administrators and specialists in particular fields.
full job description is available on request
We expect all candidates to send with their CV’s a letter demonstrating
their suitability and outlining their skills and any qualifications which are
Remuneration: NJC scale 12- 15 £21,589-£22,911
pro rata (26 hours)