Parish Council Jobs

  • Morland Parish Council seeks a confident person for the post of Clerk.  The Clerk is responsible for managing the day to day business of the Council, implementing decisions, organising agendas, taking minutes, managing the finances using Microsoft Excel and dealing effectively with correspondence via email and Microsoft Word. Working hours are 4 per week, salary currently £10.43 per hour.The Council meets at least six times per year, all other work would be from home, computer and printer provided. Training available and encouraged. To apply send a CV's with a covering letter to: clerk@morlandparishcouncil.org For more information visit https://www.morlandparishcouncil.org/


  • Lower Allithwaite Parish Council wish to appoint a new Clerk/Responsible Financial Officer. The Clerk will be responsible for the day to day running of the Parish Council including its finances. The successful applicant will have excellent communication, finance and organisational skills. Knowledge of Local Government organisation and law is preferred. The Clerk will work from home and the salary is based on a 14hr week on NJC Scale LC1 13-17 (£22,021 to £23,836) pro rata.Contact the Parish Clerk for application details and job description. lapc.clerk@gmail.com  The closing date for applications will be 21st August 2020.


  • Workington Town Council require a Town Clerk and Responsible Financial Officer, SCP 40-45 (LC3) approx. £42,683-£47,896. Full time 37 hours per week.  Workington Town Council is seeking a Town Clerk and RFO to head its effective team of staff and support the Council's ambitions to be the leading Town Council in the North west of England. You'll be responsible for the day to day running of the Council - managing Events and Estates teams, and the Council's finances, with the support of the Finance and Administration Officer. As the Proper Officer of the Council, you'll be familiar with Local Council law and practice. You should have a Certificate in Local Council Administration, or equivalent, or be willing to attain one in your first year of office. You will work with Councillors to set agendas for meetings, attend meetings, and ensure that minutes and decisions are recorded correctly. It will be your job to put the Council's resolutions into practice. You'll be familiar with budgeting and financial management, project management and strategic planning. You'll be drawing up and implementing policies on a wide range of areas where the Council has a power, interest or duty. You'll be speaking for the Council at meetings and reporting to the Council on all aspects of your work. You'll have an interest in people and communities, and how they work. You'll have the ability to be across a broad range of subjects, from horticulture to children's play, Town and Country Planning to culture and sport. You'll be comfortable talking to people from a wide range of backgrounds, winning their trust and developing the Council's positive image. You'll be familiar with press and communications concepts, social media and design. This is a hands-on role for someone who is a proactive problem solver. If you would like to apply for this position please complete an application form (download below), and return it to the Town Clerk's office by midday on Monday 7 September 2020. For an informal chat about the post, please email chris.bagshaw@workingtontowncouncil.gov.uk (not 24 Aug-31 Aug). PLEASE NOTE WE WILL NOT ACCEPT CVs FOR THIS POST
    Job Description  Please see this page to download an application form.