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Dodcott-cum-Wilkesley Parish Council has a vacancy for a Parish Clerk and Responsible Financial Officer.

The post is part time — approximately 4 hours per week. The salary is within the range £8.595 — £9.827 per hour,

depending upon experience and qualifications (pay award pending).

Applicants should have a high level of numeracy/literacy and good local government knowledge. Possession of a computer and driving licence are essential. The Parish of Dodcott-cum-Wilkesley (area 5758 acres, population 350) is in South Cheshire. Burleydam, the main settlement, lies 4 miles west of Audlem on the A525.

The closing date for applications is Friday 27th June. Applications should be addressed to the Clerk, Mrs J White, Rosecroft, Dodds Green Lane, Burleydam SY13 4AT or e mailed to parishclerk.jw@googlemail.com">parishclerk.jw@googlemail.com

 

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