Shepshed TC - RFO/Assistant Clerk vacancy (Part time)
Applications invited for the position of Finance Officer/Assistant Clerk
24 hours per week commencing August 2022. Salary £15847.78 - £16817.51
The closing date for applications is Friday 27th May 2022.
Shepshed TC - RFO/Assistant Clerk vacancy - Job description (Word Document, 16 Kb)
Glenfield PC - Admin Assistant vacancy (Full time)
Glenfield Parish Council has a full-time vacancy for an admin assistant. We are seeking a motivated and customer service orientated person to act as the first point of contact of the Parish Council for visitors and members of the public making enquiries over the telephone, email, or face to face at the reception desk, as well as carrying out various administrative functions of the Parish Council.
37 hours per week – 8.30 am – 4.30 pm, Monday to Thursday / 8.30 am – 4.00 pm Friday £18,363.98 per annum (enrolment into People's Pension)
More information can be found on the Parish Council website: www.glenfield-pc.gov.uk/job-vacancies.html
The Job Description, Person Specification and Application Form are available to download or you can contact the Parish Council office by telephone on 0116 2312498 or email the Administrator: firstname.lastname@example.org to request hard copies (NO CVs will be accepted, an application form MUST BE completed).
Closing date for applications: Friday 27th May 2022
Interviews following successful short-listing: w/c 13th June 2022
Anticipated commencement date of employment: 1st August 2022 or thereafter
NB - no previous service elsewhere in local government will be recognised as continuous service under this employment.
Desford PC - Clerk vacancy (Part time)
A vacancy has arisen for the position of Parish Clerk and Responsible Finance Officer at
Desford Parish Council. This combined position is vital for the continued success and legal
compliance of all Council business.
Applications should be submitted by 5.00pm, Friday 10 June 2022 to:
The Chairman, Desford Parish Council,
Desford Library, Main Street, Desford, Leicestershire, LE9 9JP.
Alternatively, applications may be submitted via email to email@example.com .
Interviews for the post will be held in the week commencing 20 June.
Further information about the Council can be found on our website:
www.desfordparishcouncil.co.uk . Copies of the Job Description for the post are
available on request.
Office of Police & Crime Commissioner for Leicestershire - Head of Commissioning & Strategy
Head of Commissioning and Strategy
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Deliver strategies that can make a positive impact to the lives of the residents across Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland.
The Office of Police and Crime Commissioner (OPCC) for Leicestershire are looking for a new Head of Commissioning and Strategy to join our Senior Management Team, on a full-time, permanent basis.
At the OPCC, we aim to improve accountability, transparency and visibility over the finances and governance of the Police. We ensure the policing needs of our communities are met, enhancing public confidence in the system. Communities are at the heart of everything we do, and we are committed to reducing the impact of crime with a key focus on prevention.
As the Head of Commissioning and Strategy, you will take the lead in preparing, developing and implementing the delivery of the commissioning function which supports the achievement of the strategic priorities set out in the Police and Crime Plan, as well as further sub-strategies for specific issues.
Using your experience of working at a senior level, managing commissioning budgets and contracts within a partnership and political environment, you'll understand strategic drivers of change and be able to maximise opportunities and drive successful outcomes by enhancing our resources and taking account of budget constraints.
Using your excellent communication and interpersonal skills, you'll build collaborative strategic partnerships with both internal and external partners and stakeholders at a local, regional and national level, delivering existing and developing new and innovative solutions in line with the priorities set out with the Police and Crime Plan.
You must be flexible and hold a full, UK driving licence due to the requirement to travel and work at alternative locations within the Force area, as needed.
Please note that due to the vetting requirements of this role, all candidates are required to have 5 years continuous UK residency to be eligible to apply.
As part of your application, please provide a CV and Personal Suitability Statement of 1000 words, stating how you meet the essential/desirable criteria as listed in the job description and why you want to join our mission to make Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland safer for everyone who lives or works here.
Sunday 5th June at 23:55
Full time, 37 hours per week
Force Headquarters, Leicestershire Police,
Belton in Rutland PC - Clerk vacancy (Part time)
A vacancy has arisen within Belton in Rutland Parish Council for a part-time Parish Clerk to eventually succeed the current clerk.
The successful candidate will be responsible for:
*Arranging and attending planned Parish Council meetings as well as on occasions arranging and attending extraordinary general meetings as required. These meetings to be held during the evening.
*Preparing and distributing agendas and associated paperwork in readiness for these meetings.
*Recording minutes of these meetings and subsequently recording them onto the Parish Council website.
*Liaising with Rutland County Council on the Parish Councils behalf.
*Completing financial records and accounts for the Parish Council including the annual audit documents.
*Completing financial and clerical records for the village cemetery located on College Farm Road and for producing an update report for each annual general meeting.
*Any other task commensurate with the role of Parish Clerk.
This is a part time role and the hours worked per week are not set but are flexible depending upon the amount of work to be completed at any time. Those hours worked will be paid on a scale between £10.16 to £11.22 per hour depending on the successful candidate's experience.
In addition, reimbursement will be made for the cost of an internet connection and for telephone calls made on behalf of the Parish Council.
*Have computer skills including a working knowledge of Microsoft Word 10 and Excel. (A lap top computer and printer are provided.)
*Be able to demonstrate experience of working in a clerical environment including the keeping of financial records.
*Demonstrate good communication skills.
*Have the ability to work from home as the Parish Council does not have office facilities.
Candidates to demonstrate:
*Experience of attending formal meetings.
*Knowledge of the role of Parish Councils within the local authority framework.
*Experience of minute taking and the formulation and implementation of Council policy.
Full training will be provided if required.
Should you wish to know more about this position, please contact the Chairman, Steven Wilby, on 07930 420159 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The closing date for applications is 3 June 2022
Stoughton PC - Clerk vacancy (Part time)
Due to the change in circumstances of the postholder, applications are invited for the post of Clerk and Responsible Financial Officer to Stoughton Parish Council.
The Clerk will work from home on a self-scheduling basis but needs to work some set hours to cover meetings which are held in the evenings about six times a year. The total hours will average out at four hours per week.
Ideally the successful applicant should be available to commence work on 1st July 2022. For more information or to apply with a CV please contact email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date for applications; 30th May 2022