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Illogan Parish Council

Assistant to the Clerk

NJC scale point 5-8 (£19,650 - £20,852) pro rata

Hours: 15 per week

Illogan Parish Council have an exciting and progressive vacancy for an Assistant to the Clerk.

We are looking to appoint an enthusiastic, polite, organised, motivated, dedicated/committed, confident, accurate and adaptable individual to work alongside the Clerk and Councillors.

The successful candidate will have a proactive, flexible attitude to getting things done with excellent communication skills to administer the work of the Parish Council. This is a particularly exciting time for the Parish Council, and we are therefore looking for an enthusiastic and motivated individual.

The ability to communicate clearly and effectively is essential to the success of the role. The successful candidate will be expected to manage and be involved in first class administrative services to the Parish Council.

We are looking for applicants who have good communication, interpersonal, administrative, literacy and numeracy skills, as well as a good IT skill set. Ideally, candidates should have experience working in the local government sector or a background in areas which require attention to detail, accuracy, good communications skills, sensitivity, professionalism, and integrity. Equally important is a passionate interest in the community and a dedication to delivering services to the highest quality to residents, businesses, and visitors.

Training will be tailored to meet the needs of both the Council and the successful candidate. This is a progressive role and could lead to Deputy Clerk and Clerk roles in the future.

This is a varied and at times demanding role, and the post holder must be able to manage both the administrative aspects of the role and contact with members of the public.

This is a permanent position based at the Council Office, Illogan Park, Illogan where you will assist in the efficient and effective delivery of exciting and expanding council services. You will be accountable to the Clerk and the Council. Hours: 15 per week. Specific hours of work will be agreed with the successful candidate, which will include the attendance of some evening meetings. Some flexibility will be required. This post is offered at NJC scale point 5-8 (£19,650 - £20,852) pro rata, depending on experience, including 23 days annual leave plus bank holidays and a contributory pension scheme is provided.

Applications will only be accepted if submitted by means of completed application forms, CVs alone will not be considered.

An application form, job description and other supporting documentation can be downloaded from https://www.illoganparishcouncil.gov.uk/job-vacancy-assistant-to-the-clerk/ or obtained by email at sarah@illoganparishcouncil.gov.uk.

Application forms can be submitted by post or by email.

Closing date: 31st May 2022

Anticipated interview date: the second and third weeks in June 2022

Falmouth Town Council

Cultural Services Director

Salary £36,371 to £39,571 (job evaluation pending) 37 hours per week

This is an exciting time to join our evolving organisation as Cultural Services Director and offers a unique opportunity to further your career, whilst contributing to the local community and Falmouth's rich cultural tapestry

Falmouth Town Council is a dynamic modern local authority with a vibrant cultural offering; we have achieved national recognition for our achievements and services, including the internationally renowned Falmouth Art Gallery. We are consistently at the forefront on issues such as involving the community in influencing our decisions, partnership working and placing sustainability at the heart of everything that we do.

For us, culture is what we do and how we do it – as individuals, groups and collectively. Our culture is the values we hold; it is what we have in common and what sets us apart. It comes from our history and heritage and our hopes and plans for the future. Falmouth Town Council's Fal Culture Team aims to share knowledge, celebrate heritage and promote creativity and wellbeing through activities and events for the community.

As our new Cultural Services Director, you will bring strong leadership experience and capabilities to oversee the direction and management of your team, who in turn manage:

  • Falmouth Art Gallery
  • Falmouth Library and Information Service
  • Youth Services at the Dracaena Centre

Our ambition for cultural services is to see a redevelopment and rationalisation of the Passmore Edwards Building, the home of the Gallery and Library, extending our galleries as a capital build to create a truly suitable and accessible display venue for the Town's collection. Our new Director will be instrumental in progressing that project to re-evaluate the service and its funding, possessing the skills and experience required to realise that ambition.

Falmouth is special, our Cultural Services and art collection are unique and special, and we need a special person for this role.

For a confidential conversation about this opportunity please contact our recruitment partner Anna Jay at Public Leaders

Email: anna@publicleadersappointments.com

Mobile: 07904 236348

Closing date for Applications: midday, Friday 10th June

Interviews (Falmouth): Wednesday 29th June

Last updated: Tue, 17 May 2022 11:46