By Parish Clerk - 30th June 2020 6:09am
Audlem Parish Council Vacancy
Audlem Parish Council is seeking an Assistant Parish Clerk.
This role is for 20 hours a month with the possibility of increased hours as required by the Parish Council. Candidates must be flexible as additional hours are needed at busy times and also when deputising for the Parish Clerk.
The post will mainly be based in Audlem Public Hall, you will also attend meetings in Audlem village & work from home.
- Provide support to the Parish Clerk and Councillors.
- Financial duties.
- Receive and distribute correspondence.
- Issue Agendas, attend meetings, produce Minutes.
- Updating Parish Council website.
Requirements : The person must be reliable, capable of working on their initiative with minimal supervision, but most of all, be part of a team.
Previous experience working in finance and local government matters is preferred, but not essential as full training is provided.
The post is subject to an enhanced DBS disclosure.
The person must be able to attend meetings within the Parish of Audlem and occasionally travel outside of the village to attend training courses. Some meetings will be in the evening.
Audlem Parish Clerk
£11.22 to £11.91 per hour, depending on experience.
A full copy of the job spec can be seen by clicking here or on the pdf file below the photo.
If you have any queries that you would like to discuss, please contact Steve Boyes, Chairman, on 07525 358 598.
Please send your CV and covering letter to the Chairman Councillor Steve Boyes firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date for applications is Friday 17th July. It is proposed to hold interviews on Wednesday 5 August probably via Zoom.
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