Charlton Kings PC (Cheltenham)
CHARLTON KINGS PARISH COUNCIL
Parish Clerk and Responsible Financial Officer
Salary Range: £26,822 - £30,153 (Pay Scale LC2/30 to LC2/34) for Full Time 37 hour week
There is some flexibility regarding working hours with a minimum 30 hours per week and maximum 37 hours per week. This will be dependent on the successful candidate's breadth of experience and desired hours. An allowance for evening meetings is included.
Charlton Kings Parish Council seeks an experienced and efficient person who has a resilient personality and is confident working independently to take on the role of Clerk/RFO. They will be solely responsible for the administration of the Council's business, which is increasingly focusing on the local delivery of a varied range of services. The main responsibilities are summarised below:
- Act as Proper Officer and Responsible Financial Officer for Charlton Kings Parish Council
- Fulfil the role of Council and Committee Secretary
- Purchase goods and services on behalf of the Council
- Liaise with other authorities and bodies
- Manage the day to day business of the Parish Office and staff (currently 1 P/T)
- Manage the Council's IT systems and website
- Actively manage the Council's land and property assets to optimise revenue and value to the community
- Manage projects that deliver the objectives of the recently launched Parish Plan
A full job description, person specification and application form are available for download from the Parish Council's website: www.charltonkingsparishcouncil.gov.uk.
The Parish Plan can also be found on the website. Alternatively a paper version of these documents is available from the Parish Office, Church Piece Charlton Kings GL53 8AR.
Please send your application either by post to the Parish Office, addressed to the Chairman of the Parish Council and marked 'Confidential' or by email to:
Closing date for applications: 12.00 noon on 27th April 2018
Southam PC (Tewkesbury Borough)
Clerk/RFO to Southam Parish Council, Nr Cheltenham
Work from home for this friendly council, 6 hours per week. The successful candidate will need to be able to work on their own initiative and in partnership with councillors, arranging and attending 12 meetings per annum plus undertaking training/attending parish seminars/putting up notices, meeting contractors etc. The Clerk will write newsletter items and post updates to the website.
The Clerk will ensure that all legal, statutory, financial and other governing provisions relating to the Council are observed, all Council meetings are properly administered and the business of the Council correctly executed. In addition to the standard duties laid out above, the postholder will administer the finances of the Council as the designated Responsible Financial Officer. Laptop/printer provided. Salary: SCP 20-25 range depending on experience. The Council currently has LCAS Foundation Status and would need the Clerk to hold or undertake CILCA qualification.
Please apply for an application pack to firstname.lastname@example.org. Closing date 27 March 2018
Hillesley & Tresham Parish Council (Stroud District)
HILLESLEY & TRESHAM PARISH COUNCIL
PARISH CLERK/RESPONSIBLE FINANCIAL OFFICER
Hillesley & Tresham Parish Council is seeking to appoint a suitably qualified and enthusiastic person to the position of Parish Clerk/Responsible Financial Officer.
Applications are invited from interested persons who meet the following essential criteria:
- Be prepared to deal with a diverse range of issues in a 'hands on' manner;
- Be able to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, with a wide variety of people;
- Be available to service monthly evening Parish Council meetings.
The successful applicant should be committed, interested in the parish and have a positive attitude towards supporting the Council. Training will be provided.
An average of 20 hours per month on a flexible basis, paid quarterly at a rate of £9.05 per hour (currently).
For a job description and application details or an informal chat, please contact the Parish Council Chairman at the following address:
"Stoneleigh", Kingswood Road,
Glos. GL12 7RB
Closing Date 23rd March 2018
Twyning PC - Tewkesbury district
Twyning Parish Council has an immediate vacancy for a home-based Parish Clerk working 12 hours per week.
SCP 20 – 23 depending on experience (£9.99/hr – £10.94/hr)
Twyning is situated in the northern most part of Gloucestershire and borders Worcestershire. It is a medium sized village with 1400 voters on the electoral register. It is likely to increase in size as it has been designated as a Service Village under the Joint Core Strategy.
The precept currently stands at £22,340.
The Clerk works from home but travels to monthly council meetings which are generally in the evening. Own transport is essential, for which mileage and travel time are paid.
Twyning Parish Council has a significant land holding within the parish and some experience of legal issues associated with common land, easements and wayleaves would be an advantage but is not essential.
- Full job description available on the parish council web site
Closing date for applications: Friday 30th March 2018
Interviews: Friday 6th April 2018
Applications may be made on paper addressed to Twyning Parish Council c/o 3 Meadow Gardens, Hillend Road, Twyning GL20 6JL, but preferably should be sent by email to: email@example.com
You should read the job description and personal specification on the web site, and your covering letter and CV should refer to the documents and show that you are a good candidate for the position.
Cutsdean PC (Cotswolds District)
JANUARY 24 2018
CUTSDEAN PARISH COUNCIL GLOUCESTERSHIRE VACANCY
Clerk and Responsible Financial Officer for this small and friendly Parish Council
Applications are invited for this position working from home. The successful candidate will need to be able to work on their own initiative and in partnership with councillors.
Overall responsibilities: As Clerk to the Council you will ensure that all legal, statutory, financial and other governing provisions relating to the Council are observed, all Council meetings are properly administered and the business of the Council correctly executed. In addition to the standard duties laid out above, the post will administer the finances of the Council as the designated Responsible Financial Officer. The precept for 2018-19 is £1300
Meetings are held six times a year in councillors homes.
Skills required: Good written and oral communication, literacy, basic IT.
Hours: Approximately 5 hours per month including attendance at meetings.
Expenses: Expenses to cover consumables, use of broadband and travel are paid in addition to the salary. Laptop and printer provided.
Training where appropriate will be funded by the council.
Salary £800 pa with possibility of overtime
For more information or an informal chat please contact the current clerk Peter Forshaw 01242 602593
Closing date for applications: March 31st 2018