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BUERTON PARISH COUNCIL VACANCY

 

PART-TIME CLERK/REPONSIBLE FINANCIAL OFFICER (RFO)

LC1 SCP 5-6 (new scale 1 April 2019)

Buerton Parish Council, is seeking a part-time Clerk (average 4 hours per week). The Clerk manages the finances and correspondence

of the Council and supports the 6 Parish Council Meetings per year together with the Annual Parish Meeting and the AGM.

The Clerk is the official point of contact for the Council and is responsible for carrying out the Council's instructions, dealing with all

correspondence (mainly e-mail plus some telephone and post), managing the council's finances and keeping the books of account.

The Clerk will be required to work from home, apart from attending Council meetings. Applicants will have the use of a Council laptop and

would ideally have relevant previous experience, but full training can be given.

Pay is at the approved rates commensurate with experience, and agreed expenses are reimbursed in full.

For an informal chat about this vacancy, please contact the current clerk Liz Riley buertonclerk@hotmail.co.uk

phone 07988752030. It is hoped to appoint the successful candidate during November/December and a handover with the outgoing Clerk will take place.

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