By Kirstin Dixon - 16th September 2017 6:08am
Audlem Parish Council — Vacancy for Parish Clerk/Responsible Financial Officer
Applications are invited for the position of Parish Clerk/Responsible Financial Officer.
This is an interesting and varied part-time post for 50 hours per month, working from home, offering the chance to enable the team of Parish Councillors to deliver real benefits to the community.
There is a minimum of 12 Council meetings annually, all held in the evening, and there will be additional meetings, particularly related to finance and assets, during the year which the Clerk will be required to attend.
The successful applicant will be computer literate and self-reliant, preferably with a knowledge of local government procedures.
Duties will include the preparation of agendas, minutes, dealing with correspondence, keeping the financial accounts and general administration.
The Clerk will also be required to liaise with Cheshire East Council, other organisations and the general public. Training will be provided if required.
The salary will be in accordance with NALC/SLCC pay scales, currently in the range £12.161 to £13.488 per hour depending upon experience and qualifications.
The job description can be found via the PDF link above. Further information about the position can be obtained from the Chair, Heather Jones on 01270 811836 or from the current Clerk, Kirstin Dixon on 01630 658456
Your formal application should be addressed to the Chair, at the address below, outlining any relevant experience, your skills and reasons for wanting to become Audlem's Parish Clerk.
Please include a brief CV with your letter.
Cllr Mrs Heather Jones
11 Moorsfield Avenue
The closing date for applications is 17 September 2017. Interviews will be held later this month with a view to the successful candidate taking up their duties as soon as possible.
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