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AYLMERTON PARISH COUNCIL

Parish Clerk and Responsible Financial Officer

Aylmerton Parish Council are looking for an experienced Clerk/Responsible Financial Officer.

The vacancy is for 7 hours per week. Salary by negotiation. CILCA Qualified preferred but Training and support to achieve CILCA will be provided if required.

Salary is negotiable within national pay scales.

The main duties to include:

  • Arrange, publicise and attend Parish Council meetings and Annual Parish meeting.
  • Preparation and distribution of meeting agendas and minutes within statutory timeframes.
  • Admin tasks including maintaining paper and electronic files and the Parish Council website.
  • Review parish policies and procedures, dealing with correspondence and enquiries.
  • Distribution of all relevant District and County Councils data to Parish Councillors.
  • Manage and report the Parish Council finances. Arrange and prepare accounts for annual audit.
  • Pay all approved invoices, manage/monitor the Parish budget and deal with VAT and HMRC basic tools.
  • Advise and support the Council and Councillors.
  • Liaise with District and County Councillors and other organisations/official bodies as needed.
  • Manage the Allotments. Handle queries from Allotment Tennant, issue correspondence and Annual Rent Requests.

For other information, please contact the current Parish Clerk, Patsy Adams at: aylmertonparishcouncil@gmail.com

Deadline 31 January 2022

BINTREE PARISH COUNCIL

Parish Clerk & Responsible Financial Officer

Due to the retirement of our Clerk, we have a part-time, home-based position available for 12 hours per month, with some evening work required. We hold six Parish Council meetings and an annual parish meeting, per year. Meetings are held in the early evening and last no longer than two hours.

Applicants should:

  • Have sound current IT skills
  • Have experience in financial budgeting and accounting (eg managing transactions, claiming VAT, preparing annual accounts)
  • Be able to create and publish agendas for meetings and take accurate minutes
  • Be the central point for incoming Parish Council communications and able to coordinate any actions required
  • Provide accurate and timely updates to the village website
  • Applicants must be self-motivated, with good attention to detail and have good communication skills.

It would be preferable for the candidate to be committed to training towards a CiLCA qualification; training can be provided through the Norfolk Association of Local Councils (NALC).

Salary will be paid at the rate of £12.50 per hour. This is an employee position and payroll is managed in-house by the post holder.

For an informal discussion about the role please contact the Parish Council Chair, Chris Langford on 07512 979347 or chrislangford246@icloud.com Formal applications including a current CV and covering letter should be emailed to the above email address.

BRINTON PARISH COUNCIL

Parish Clerk and Responsible Financial Officer

Brinton Parish Council includes the villages of Sharrington and Brinton and meets on average six times a year. The Council is ideally seeking a clerk with some knowledge of book keeping and an interest in the community. Some knowledge of local government would also be an advantage. Previous experience and qualifications in a similar role are desirable but not essential. Applicants should be self-motivated, with good attention to detail and have good communication skills. Training will be offered in support of this important role in our community. Salary is paid according to NJC recommendations.

The main duties will include :

  • To arrange, publicise and attend Parish council meetings
  • To prepare agendas and minutes
  • To liase with NNDC and Norfolk County Council, other organisations and official bodies and the public as required
  • Record and monitor planning applications and circulate to Councillors
  • To manage the PC's finances and prepare accounts for audit
  • To attend to correspondence on a day to day basis and implement the Council's decisions
  • To provide regulatory advice to the Council
  • To upload and manage the website to comply with statutory requirements
  • Monitor and update the Council's key operating documents such as standing orders, code of conduct, GDPR etc and develop and produce policies as necessary

Applications should be by CV and made to the Chairman, Debbie Hyslop at robinanddebbie@googlemail.com

CLAXTON PARISH COUNCIL

Parish Clerk & Responsible Financial Officer

Claxton Parish Council is looking for an enthusiastic and self-motivated person to fill the role of Clerk and Responsible Financial Officer to the Council.

The position is available from 1 October 2021 onwards. The position is home-based for four hours per week. A laptop and printer are provided.

Salary to be agreed, depending on qualifications and experience, within the National Joint Council for Local Government Service's pay scale (range LC1 7 -12, currently £10.44 - £11.53 per hour, but an increase back-dated to 1 April 2021 is anticipated).

No formal qualifications are required although applications from CiLCA qualified clerks would be welcome.

A good standard of computer literacy and general administrative experience is necessary, as well as a sense of community engagement.

A handover from the Acting Clerk is available, as is necessary training.

Main duties include:

  • Arranging, publicising and attending six Council meetings per year which from 2022 will be held on the 3rd Wednesday of January, March, May, July, September and November.
  • Preparing agendas, meeting documentation and writing minutes.
  • Acting as the Responsible Financial Officer in managing the Council's finances including preparing the budget, payment of invoices, reclaiming VAT and end of year accounts.
  • Managing HMRC PAYE (Basic Tools).
  • Maintaining Council files and records.
  • Updating the Council element of the village website and Parish Council notice board.
  • Managing Council assets.
  • Dealing with correspondence, including liaising with District & County Councils, local organisations and the public.
  • Monitoring and updating the Council on relevant planning applications and responding where required.
  • Ensuring current legislation and procedures are adhered to by informing and advising the Council and updating Council policies and processes.

For further details or to submit your application and CV contact:

David Hamblin, Chair of Claxton Parish Council at david.claxtonpc@gmail.com.

COSTESSEY TOWN COUNCIL

Vacancy for the post of Town Clerk (Proper Officer), Head of Services and Responsible Financial Officer (RFO) to Costessey Town Council

Salary Range £45,859 to £54,323

(LC3 - SCP 42 to LC4 – SCP 49 - pending national pay scale review)

Costessey Town Council, in the South Norfolk District, is looking to appoint a motivated and high-performing individual to take on the multi-faceted role of Clerk to the Council (Proper Officer),Head of Services and Responsible Financial Officer (RFO), leading and working alongside the Deputy Town Clerk, and ten other administrative and maintenance staff.

  • The Town Clerk is the Proper Officer to the Town Council and is responsible for advising the Council on its functions, ensuring that all statutory functions of the Council are complied with.
  • The Clerk is also Head of Services and is responsible for implementing policy decisions of the Council, for all staff employed by the Council and for the overall management of the physical assets and services of the Council.
  • The Clerk is the Responsible Financial Officer and is responsible for overseeing all financial dealings of the Council, as well as the prudent management of its financial assets
  • The Clerk is the Data Protection Officer and is responsible for managing GDPR and Freedom of Information in relation to the Council

Applicants should ideally have experience of Local Government, including formal Committee work (e.g. agenda preparation, minute taking), implementation of Council policies, the provision of advice and guidance on statutory and legislative matters, and in providing financial management support, ensuring adherence to the Town Council's Financial Regulations.

Our Town Clerk & RFO, Hilary Elias, is retiring from her role early next year and the Council wishes to recruit her replacement in good time to ensure a seamless transition.

This comes at an exciting time for Costessey Town Council, with some important projects already in the pipeline and a well-established platform to provide a wider range of services to its local residents, often working in partnership with other organisations.

With all this in mind, CTC is looking for the right candidate to take the organisation to its next level of development in a large, evolving town, building on the strong base created over the last decade. That person will be required to oversee the significant and exciting projects mentioned above, to steer the Council through the still-turbulent waters caused by the Covid-19 pandemic and to prepare for the impact of local government devolution, should it come about. In addition to a salary range commensurate with the role, a generous pension package is also offered, in addition to certain relocation expenses (where applicable).

More detailed information, including the job description and person specifications, can be found on the Town Council's website - https://www.costessey.org.uk

Please note that the recruitment process has been outsourced to Local Council Consultancy (an SLCC Enterprise)

To request an application pack for this important role, please contact David Lines via

david.lines@localconsultancy.co.uk

CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS – WEDNESDAY 26 JANUARY (5pm)

FIELD DALLING PARISH COUNCIL

FLEGGBURGH PARISH COUNCIL

Parish Clerk and Responsible Financial Officer

SCP scales (£11.27 - £12.45 per hour)
dependent on qualifications and experience

Five hours per week

Fleggburgh Parish Council seeks a committed and enthusiastic individual to undertake the role of Parish Clerk and Responsible Finance Officer.

The role will include:

  • Meeting administration including collation and publication of agendas, report writing, taking minutes, and offering procedural advice where required;
  • Management of the Council's finances including budgeting drafting and monitoring, bank reconciliations, and audit;
  • Maintaining and updating the Council's website;
  • Communicating with residents, councillors, and external organisations;
  • Managing the day to day administrative processes of the Parish Council.

The successful applicant should have a good level of education, with good communication and interpersonal skills. Experience in a local government environment would be an advantage, and knowledge of meeting administration and working to deadlines is essential. The successful applicant must be available to service the meetings of the Council (normally the fourth Thursday of the month).

For further details or a confidential discussion contact Councillor Ricky Doyle on ricky_doyle@sky.com

Applications by CV and covering letter to the postal or email addresses below:

Fleggburgh Parish Council
Firtree House
Tower Road
Fleggburgh
NR29 3AU

Email: fleggburghpc@gmail.com https://fleggburghpc.norfolkparishes.gov.uk/

GILLINGHAM PARISH COUNCIL

Parish Clerk & Responsible Financial Officer

Due to the retirement of our Clerk, we have a part-time, home-based position available for 6 hours per week, with some evening work required. We hold ten Parish Council meetings and an annual parish meeting, per year. Meetings are held in the early evening on the first Wednesday of the month, and last no longer than two hours.

The main duties will include :

  • To arrange, publicise and attend Parish council meetings
  • To prepare agendas and minutes
  • To liase with SNC and Norfolk County Council, other organisations and official bodies and the public as required
  • Record and monitor planning applications and circulate to Councillors
  • To manage the PC's finances and prepare accounts for audit
  • To attend to correspondence on a day to day basis and implement the Council's decisions
  • To provide regulatory advice to the Council
  • To upload and manage the website to comply with statutory requirements
  • Monitor and update the Council's key operating documents such as standing orders, code of conduct, GDPR etc and develop and produce policies as necessary
  • Salary would be between Scale Points 19 – 24 (currently £25,481 – 28,672 pro rata) depending on experience and qualifications.
  • No formal qualifications are required although applications from CiLCA qualified clerks would be welcome.
  • The successful applicant should have a good level of education, with good communication and interpersonal skills. Experience in a local government environment would be an advantage, and knowledge of meeting administration and working to deadlines is essential.

Please contact the current clerk in the first instance gillinghampc@btinternet.com for full details and application.

Parish Clerk

Applications are invited to become our Parish Clerk in Hellesdon. This role is initially being offered at SCP 33 (£37k), but with more available for an exceptional candidate, and with a pay award pending. Pay progression is on the LC 3 pay scale to SCP 41. The position is full-time at 37 hours per week, including attendance at some evening meetings and possibly some occasional weekend work.

We are looking for an experienced clerk, senior administrator or manager who can help steer us towards achieving our future plans, turn decisions into action and ensure the consistent delivery of high-quality services for the residents of Hellesdon. With a precept of £550,000 Hellesdon Parish Council is one of the largest lowest tier (parish) councils in Norfolk.

This position ideally requires you to have something of a track record in administration, financial procedures, policy, project management, event management, communication and strategic thinking. Experience of town/parish council work or similar would be a bonus, together with some financial management, IT, website and social media skills.

The successful candidate will lead our excellent three person office team, be based within our smart Parish Council offices in Hellesdon and will have oversight of an overall team of around a dozen administrative, site and grounds staff.

Applications are especially invited from persons who already hold the Certificate in Local Council Administration (CiLCA) or be prepared to gain this qualification.

For an informal discussion concerning the role please contact Russell Reeve, locum clerk, on 07966 402387. For an application pack, contact: senioradmin@hellesdon-pc.gov.uk

The closing date for applications is Sunday 6th February, applications to be sent via email clerk@hellesdon-pc.gov.uk, with interviews scheduled for 1516 February.

NORTHWOLD & WHITTINGTON PARISH COUNCIL

Parish Clerk and Responsible Financial Officer

Part time: Seven hours per week (min 28 hours per month)

Hourly rate starting at SCP10 £11.08 to SCP20 £13.51; to be agreed dependant on experience

This is a home-based post with flexible working hours however availability to attend Parish Council meetings on the evening of the first Thursday every month (excluding August), either in Northwold or Whittington, is essential. Full office equipment will be provided to the successful candidate and office expenses recompensed.

The Council is looking for a professional and self-motivated person to undertake the duties of the post which include:

  • Producing agendas in consultation with the Chairperson
  • Producing minutes of the meetings
  • Monitoring actions and decisions of the Parish Council
  • Undertaking reviews and updates of Policies & Governing Documents
  • Delivering actions as specified at meetings
  • Dealing with correspondence
  • Website updates / notices for the newsletter
  • Ensuring Planning Applications are considered and responses are submitted to West Norfolk Borough Council by return deadlines

All financial matters including:

  • preparation of monthly accounts statement (payments & receipts) and bank reconciliations to be presented at meetings
  • payment of invoices and banking of income
  • Annual Insurance renewal & Asset Register review
  • End of Year Accounts and Annual Audit Return
  • VAT Reclaims
  • Budget review & Precept request

For an informal discussion regarding the post please call 07741 481956 and leave a message or email clerk@nandwpc.uk

To apply please forward a copy of your CV, the names and contact details of two referees and a covering letter explaining your suitability to the post to clerk@nandwpc.uk or 50 Brecklands, Mundford, IP26 5EG

POTTER HEIGHAM PARISH COUNCIL

Parish Clerk and Responsible Financial Officer

Eight hours per week, SCP scale 19 beginning at £13.21 per hour, dependent on qualifications and experience.

Potter Heigham Parish Council seeks a committed and enthusiastic individual to undertake the role of Parish Clerk and Responsible Finance Officer.

The role will include:

  • Meeting administration including collation and publication of agendas, report writing, taking minutes, and offering procedural advice where required.
  • Preparation of the Council's accounts to include both the monthly management of and recording of receipts and payments; preparing monthly bank reconciliations; budget preparation and variance analysis; preparation of statutory returns; liaising with the Council's own internal and external auditors.
  • Maintaining and updating the Council's website.
  • Communicating with residents, councillors, and external organisations.
  • Managing the day-to-day administrative processes of the Parish Council.

The successful applicant should have a good level of education, with good communication and interpersonal skills. Experience in a local government environment would be an advantage, as well as knowledge of meeting administration and working to deadlines. The successful applicant must be available to attend the meetings of the Council held on the second Wednesday of the month (Currently third Wednesday, moving to second March 2022). Local Government experience and holding the Certificate in Local Council Administration (CiLCA) is desirable but not essential. Support and training will be offered.

The salary scale starts at SCP 19 rising to higher points on the scale depending on the qualifications and experience of the successful applicant

For further details or a confidential discussion contact: Sheridan Turner, Chair Potter Heigham Parish Council Sheridan0920@gmail.com to arrange a time.

Applications by CV and covering letter to the postal or email addresses below:

Sheridan Turner, Chair, Potter Heigham Parish Council

The Soundings, Marsh Road, Potter Heigham NR29 5LN, Sheridan0920@gmail.com

This is a terrific opportunity for someone wanting to work from home within their own schedule and looking to embark on a new vocation.

SALTHOUSE PARISH COUNCIL

Parish Clerk & Responsible Financial Officer

Salthouse Parish Council is looking for an enthusiastic and self-motivated person to fill the role of Clerk and Responsible Financial Officer to the Council.

The position is available from 1 September 2021. The position is home based for 4 hours per week. A laptop is provided. Salary to be agreed, depending on qualifications and experience, within the National Joint Council for Local Government Service's pay scale (range SCP 7 -14 (£10.41 - £12.00 per hr)

No formal qualifications are required although applications from CiLCA qualified clerks would be welcome.

A good standard of computer literacy and general administrative experience is necessary, as well as a sense of community engagement. Training will be available.

Main duties include:

  • Arranging, publicising and attending six Council meeting per year on 2nd Tuesday of
  • January, March, May, July, September, November.
  • Preparing agendas, meeting documentation and writing minutes
  • Act as the Responsible Financial Officer. Manage the Council's finances including preparing the budget, payment of invoices, reclaiming VAT and end of year accounts
  • Managing HMRC PAYE (Basic Tools)
  • Maintaining Council files and records
  • Updating the Council website and village noticeboard
  • Managing Council assets, including maintenance and insurance
  • Dealing with correspondence, including liaising with District & County Council's, local organisations and the public
  • Monitoring and updating the Council on relevant planning applications and responding where required
  • Ensuring current legislation and procedures are adhered to by informing and advising the Council and updating Council policies and processes.

For further details or to submit your application and CV contact:

salthouseclerk@gmail.com

SLOLEY PARISH COUNCIL

Parish Clerk and Responsible Financial Officer

Sloley Parish Council are looking for a Clerk/Responsible Financial Officer.

The vacancy is for approximately 12 hours per month. Salary by negotiation.

Salary is negotiable within national pay scales.

The main duties to include:

  • Arrange, publicise and attend Parish Council meetings and Annual Parish meeting.
  • Preparation and distribution of meeting agendas and minutes within statutory timeframes.
  • Admin tasks including maintaining paper and electronic files and the Parish Council website.
  • Review parish policies and procedures, dealing with correspondence and enquiries.
  • Distribution of all relevant District and County Councils data to Parish Councillors.
  • Manage and report the Parish Council finances. Arrange and prepare accounts for annual audit.
  • Pay all approved invoices, manage/monitor the Parish budget and deal with VAT and HMRC basic tools.
  • Advise and support the Council and Councillors.
  • Liaise with District and County Councillors and other organisations/official bodies as needed.

For other information, please contact the current Parish Clerk, Patsy Adams at: sloleypc@gmail.com

Deadline 31 January 2022

SNETTERTON PARISH COUNCIL

Parish Clerk and Responsible Financial Officer

Snetterton Parish Council is a small and active council with five Parish Councillors. We are looking for an experienced, organised and enthusiastic Parish Clerk and Responsible Financial Officer to work with us to represent our village. The vacancy is available from the beginning of September and is for approximately 18 hours per month. Previous experience in a similar role together with good local knowledge would be considered advantageous.

We currently meet on a monthly basis and normally at the Tyrrells in Snetterton but at the moment we are holding Parish Council meeting via Zoom.

Our Parish Clerk will be expected to:

  • Prepare the Agenda and talk the minutes of the Parish Council meetings (these are currently recorded on Zoom)
  • Advise and support the Parish Council on its Statutory Duties and financial obligations
  • Handle all correspondence and enquiries on behalf of the Parish Council, and ensuring that the Chairman and Councillors are kept informed by email of all relevant information in a timely and efficient manner
  • Manage the Council's financial obligations, including preparation and control of the Budget, preparation of cheques and preparation of the Council's accounts for Audit
  • Prepare and submit Parish Council comments on Planning Applications within the published deadlines (experience of dealing with large planning applications would be an advantage)
  • Liaise with District and County Councillors (and other organisations as needed)
  • Computer literate with access to the internet and IT equipment (no printer necessary)
  • Updating the Council website
  • Have Local Government experience and hold the Certificate in Local Council Administration (CiLCA)

Conditions of Employment and Remuneration will be based on models drawn up by the National Association of Local Councils & the Society of Local Council Clerks. The salary offered will be dependant on qualifications and experience, but will be within the current Local Government pay scales at a starting salary between £9.69 & £10.79 per hour, depending on qualifications and experience.

Please ring our Chair for a chat about working with us, Lesley Goldsmith

Please send a covering letter and CV to lesley24@hotmail.com

Interviews will be held as soon as possible and may be conducted remotely via Zoom, or by implementing social distancing measures according to government guidelines at the time. Any candidate requiring special circumstances for an interview (for example shielding, so remote interview only) should make this known at the time of their application. This will not affect the assessment of any candidate, but is to ensure the Council can put appropriate measures in place.

SWANTON NOVERS PARISH COUNCIL

Parish Clerk and Responsible Financial Officer

Applications are invited for the position of Parish Clerk and Responsible Finance Officer to Swanton Novers Parish Council.

Swanton Novers is a small but busy parish of around 200 people. There are seven elected and co-opted Councillors. Full Council meeting are held eight times a year with additional meetings as required.

The post is for 3.5 hours per week, including attendance at evening Council meetings which are held at Swanton Novers Village Hall on Thursdays commencing at 7:00pm, approximately every six weeks.

The successful applicant will work from home and will be expected to be well organised and self-motivated to ensure that work is prioritised and completed in a timely manner. They will be required to provide professional support and guidance in all aspects of the Parish Council's work including procedures and finance. Previous experience is desirable but not essential, as training can be provided.

Current salary scale LC1 point 7, currently £10.41 per hour (dependant upon experience and qualifications).

An application pack with job description, person specification and application form can be obtained by emailing swantonnoversparishcouncil@gmail.com

Anyone wishing to have an informal discussion about the post with the Chair of the Council, Mrs Chris Armstrong, can do so by calling 01263 860573.

WEST ACRE PARISH COUNCIL

Parish Clerk and Responsible Financial Officer

Applications are invited for the position of Parish Clerk and Responsible Finance Officer to West Acre Parish Council.

West Acre is a very small parish of around 180 people. There are currently seven co-opted Councillors (including the chair). Full Council meeting are held 4 times a year with additional meetings as required.

The post is for approximately 4 hours per week, including attendance at evening Council meetings which are held at West Acre Village Hall on Mondays commencing at 6:00pm, approximately every 12 weeks.

The successful applicant will work from home and will be expected to be well organised and self-motivated to ensure that work is prioritised and completed in a timely manner. Previous experience is desirable but not essential, as training can be provided.

Main duties will include:

  • To attend 4 full council meetings, prepare and issue papers to Councillors for those meetings ensuring compliance with statutory requirements. Preparing minutes of said meetings.
  • To attend other meetings of the Council as required.
  • Deal with general correspondence on behalf of the Council. Issuing letters/investigating on behalf of the Council as instructed, sourcing legal or expert advice as and when appropriate.
  • Recording and monitoring planning applications as required by statute. Circulating applications and responding on behalf of the Council as directed
  • Monitoring and updating of Council's key operating documents such as Standing Orders, Code of Conduct, GDPR etc
  • Assist with the development and production of policies as necessary
  • To organise the Annual Meeting of Parish Electors and provide admin support
  • Attendance and or Representation at Liaison meetings or seminars as required by Council

Financial

  • To act as the Responsible Financial Officer in accordance with Statutory requirements and Financial Regulations
  • Supervision of Council Budget and provision of quarterly reports to Council
  • Responsible for ensuring payment of invoices, staff pay as well as receipt of any income.
  • Recording and reclaim of VAT.
  • Preparation of the Annual Budget Report to determine precept requirement
  • Preparation and timely submission of the Annual Return.
  • Ensuring Council's responsibilities under the Transparency Code are met
  • Identification of suitable grants for Council work.

Communication and Liaison

  • Promoting the work of the Council to residents via the Newsletter
  • Management of the Parish Council Website & Gmail account
  • Posters on Noticeboards
  • Dealing with members of the public's queries, where those queries do not come within the remit of the Parish Council, the Clerk is expected to refer the question on or direct the member of the public to the appropriate contact.
  • Manage the village speed camera – arrange rota of locations and recording/reporting data

Councillor Support

  • Advising the Council or Councillors, where necessary, of their statutory duties and/or powers.
  • Providing support and advice to Council Chairman

Salary negotiable in line with agreed National Pay Scale.

For an informal chat please contact the Chairman Eoghan Sheils on 01760 755045. Or email eoghansheilsy@gmail.com. To apply send your CV and covering letter to eoghansheilsy@gmail.com

WESTON LONGVILLE PARISH COUNCIL

Parish Clerk and Responsible Financial Officer

Weston Longville Parish Council is looking for a Parish Clerk and Responsible Finance Officer to replace their current one, who will be leaving at the end of February 2022.

The post is home based for four hours per week. Attendance at five evening meetings per year is required; these are usually held on the second Monday of the month at 7.30pm.

This is a small but busy council, with seven councillors. Duties include preparing agendas and papers for meetings, writing minutes, monitoring and balancing the accounts, keeping the website updated, completing the annual audit, and transparency code work. You will be the representative of the parish council so strong administrative skills are essential as is the ability to build good working relationships and communicate at all levels. The councillors actively support the Clerk with village projects and tasks.

The salary will range from scale 13 (£11.76 per hour) to scale 18 (£12.98 per hour) depending on experience and qualifications.

If you are interested in the role, please email your CV to the parish clerk on weston.longville@yahoo.co.uk The closing date for the vacancy is 28 January 2022. Interviews will be held w/c 7 February 2022 at Hall for All, Weston Longville / MS Teams (depending on Covid restrictions

WOOD DALLING PARISH COUNCIL

Parish Clerk and Responsible Financial Officer

Wood Dalling Parish Council is looking for an enthusiastic and self-motivated person to work three hours per week starting 13 September 2021.

Starting Salary is dependent on qualifications and experience but will follow the NJC salary scales

The Parish Council has 7 Councillors who meet every two months on the first Tuesday of the month in the Village Hall, Wood Dalling. The job is home-based and candidates will need a good level of computer literacy.

The Council are ideally seeking a Clerk who holds the CILCA qualification or who is currently working towards it.

The main duties will include:

  • To arrange, publicise and attend Parish Council meetings.
  • To prepare agendas and minute meetings.
  • To liaise with the North Norfolk District Council and Norfolk County Council, other organisations and official bodies and the public as required.
  • To manage the Parish Council's finances and prepare the accounts.
  • To keep the Parish Council website up to date.
  • To attend to correspondence on a day to day basis.

Please apply by sending/emailing CV and covering letter to:

Kirsty Cotgrove – Wood Dalling Parish Clerk

wooddallingpc@yahoo.co.uk

Bodgers Field, Norwich Road, Briston, Melton Constable, NR24 2BB

Last updated: Wed, 19 Jan 2022 14:37