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 STRATTON PARISH COUNCIL

Vacancy for Parish Clerk/Responsible Financial Officer

Stratton Parish Council is seeking someone to take on the position of Parish Clerk/Responsible Financial Officer.

The Clerk will be the sole employee of the Parish Council and work largely under his or her own initiative.

Responsibilities include the preparation of agendas, taking the minutes at parish council meetings held every other month and dealing with correspondence. The Clerk is also the Financial Officer, responsible for paying invoices, budgeting and accounting.

The successful candidate will be a good communicator and be computer literate.

The post is for 13 hours per month, pay in accordance with N.A.L.C. part time rates new SCP5 to 6 starting at £9.77per hour.

Applicants please apply in writing (including a Curriculum Vitae and contact details of two referees) to Stratton Parish Council, c/o 6 Locks Lane, Stratton, Dorchester, Dorset. DT2 9ST.

For an informal discussion or further details, please contact Cllr Cheryl Hobbs, Vice Chairman, Stratton Parish Council on 01305 260848, email: strattonpc@gmail.com

Closing Date for applications - November 30th, 2019

Interview Date – to be arranged

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Clerk to the Parish Council (Parish Clerk) and Responsible Finance Officer

 Council: St Leonards & St Ives Parish Council       

  County: Dorset                

  Salary: LC2 SCP 24-32 (depending on qualifications and experience) Pro rata 25 hours per week, full time equivalent £27,905-£34,788

  Closing date for applications: midnight, on Friday 1st November 2019 Interviews will be held on Friday 22nd November 2019

 St Leonards and St Ives is a medium sized Parish Council in Dorset close to the  border with Hampshire and nearby towns of Ringwood, Ferndown, Bournemouth and  Poole, with an electorate of just over 7,000. We have a large amount of land  designated as SSSI (Site of special scientific Interest). The Parish Council has six  sites which includes two village greens and a play area. The Parish Council formed in  1933 and the Parish has grown from 50 residents in 1906 to 6859 (2011 census). The  Council has an elected body of 13 members who are all volunteers.

 The Parish Clerk is the Proper Officer of the Council and its Responsible Financial  Officer, and is under a statutory duty to carry out all the functions of a local authority’s  Proper Officer.

 The position is part time (25 hours per week), with the need to attend evening  meetings and occasional weekend events as required, and will be subject to an initial  13 week probationary period. The position is office based and the Parish Office is  situated at the rear of the Village Hall in Braeside Road, St Leonards. The Clerk is  also responsible for managing the Office Assistant and directing Contractors in the  maintaining of the Parish assets.

 The successful candidate will preferably be CiLCA qualified (or equivalent), but  consideration will be given to a suitable candidate willing to study for this. Local  Government experience would also be an advantage.

 The applicant must have good financial and book-keeping skills, in particular the use  of Sage, be computer-literate and competent in using Microsoft Office.

 In addition to outstanding organisational; administrative and business skills, the role  requires someone with excellent customer service skills.

 Applicants should enclose a CV and covering letter detailing their relevant experience  and abilities in regard to the person specification and job description.

 The successful applicant will be subject to a satisfactory enhanced DBS check.

  Further details are available by telephoning 01425 482727 or e-mail office@stleonardspc.org.uk

Please view our website for further details about the Council on www.stleonardspc.org.uk

We welcome applications from all sections of the community.

Applications are invited by email to: Mrs Ann Jacobs, Clerk to Council, e-mail address: office@stleonardspc.org.uk

All applications will be acknowledged by email within a week of receipt, or by the closing date at the latest.

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 STRATTON PARISH COUNCIL

Vacancy for Parish Clerk/Responsible Financial Officer

Stratton Parish Council is seeking someone to take on the position of Parish Clerk/Responsible Financial Officer.

The Clerk will be the sole employee of the Parish Council and work largely under his or her own initiative.

Responsibilities include the preparation of agendas, taking the minutes at parish council meetings held every other month and dealing with correspondence. The Clerk is also the Financial Officer, responsible for paying invoices, budgeting and accounting.

The successful candidate will be a good communicator and be computer literate.

The post is for 13 hours per month, pay in accordance with N.A.L.C. part time rates new SCP5 to 6 starting at £9.77per hour.

Applicants please apply in writing (including a Curriculum Vitae and contact details of two referees) to Stratton Parish Council, c/o 6 Locks Lane, Stratton, Dorchester, Dorset. DT2 9ST.

For an informal discussion or further details, please contact Cllr Cheryl Hobbs, Vice Chairman, Stratton Parish Council on 01305 260848, email: strattonpc@gmail.com

Closing Date for applications - November 30th, 2019

Interview Date – to be arranged

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 Sherborne Town Council

Town Clerk

Salary Grade LC4 SCP 46-49

Entitlement to join the Local Government Pension Scheme

Closing date for applications 12.00noon on Thursday 10 October 2019.
Interviews will be held on Thursday 17 and/or Friday 18 October 2019.

This is a real opportunity for an experienced, solutions focussed leader who is dynamic, innovative and resilient and who will pragmatically seek to meet the aspirations of the Councillors and the people of Sherborne.

The Town Clerk is responsible for carrying out all the functions of the Proper Officer providing effective leadership and management of staff, services and facilities. We are looking for a Town Clerk with the necessary skills, experience and knowledge to work with Councillors and staff to deliver the Council’s key aims and priorities. Partnership working experience will be important following the formation of a unitary Dorset Council for rural Dorset in April 2019.

You may be an experienced Local Council Officer with knowledge, experience and status as a qualified Clerk and holding a Certificate in Local Council Administration. However, you may also have a successful track record elsewhere in Local Government and prepared to quickly qualify as a Town Clerk (within 12 months of employment).

The role is challenging, and you will be required to regularly work evenings and occasional weekends. You will be supported by a strong and positive team of employees including our Civic Administrator, Facilities Officer, Grounds and Property Manager and Responsible Finance Officer.

Sherborne Town Council is committed to ensuring equality of opportunity in employment by ensuring that we do not unfairly discriminate against any job applicant or existing employee. We particularly welcome applicants from diverse backgrounds.

For a recruitment pack including the application form email t.savage@sherborne-tc.gov.uk and for further information about Sherborne Town Council visit www.sherborne-tc.gov.uk Closing date for applications will be 12.00 noon on Thursday 10 October 2019. Interviews will be held on Thursday 17 and/or Friday 18 October 2019.

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