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CALVERTON PARISH CLERK
Calverton Parish Council are seeking to recruit a highly motivated individual with excellent organisational skills, leadership, IT and administrative abilities also a good knowledge of local government as well as a proven track record in financial management.
Calverton Parish Council has 15 members and serves a population of approximately 7,500 residents, the applicant should have a keen interest in community development as we have new housing developments.
Calverton Parish Council are responsible for a Village Halls, William Lee Memorial Park. James Seely Park with a children’s play area. Mansfield Lane Cemetery, a proposed new cemetery development and the upkeep of St Wilfrids Church Yard, two allotment sites, two public car parks and public toilets, the Parish office and meeting room along with areas such as the Pinfold and Heritage Garden.
The post is for 30-35 hours per week and the rate of pay will be dependant on experience and qualifications. Benefits include membership of the Local Government Pension Scheme and 22 paid holidays plus public holidays per year.
The Parish Clerk will be responsible for carrying out all the functions of the Proper officer and also the Responsible Financial officer, providing effective leadership and management of staff, services and facilities. The Parish Clerk will lead a small team of Administration and Caretaker/Park site staff to deliver services in the village.
Please contact the Parish Council for an application form and job description – firstname.lastname@example.org / telephone 0115 9654560. Closing date for applications is 5pm on Friday 8th October 2021
Calverton and Woodborough Allotment Association
Our AGM is on Tuesday 19th October at the Village Hall in William Lee Memorial Park, Park Road, Calverton. The meeting will start at 7.00 pm. As I said last month there will be no speaker or competition so this will be a business meeting only.
By the end of September members should have received their seed and potato catalogues and with these their allotment rent and membership renewal letters. It is beneficial to yourself and to the Association if you can place your orders as soon as possible and of course if you are ordering potatoes it is very important if you want to ensure the availability of the variety you want to grow.
As in previous years, members of the committee will be available on the mornings of Tuesday and Thursday 5th and 7th October to take both your allotment rent and Association membership subs. Please note that this will not be in the Parish Council rooms (as in the past) but instead we will be in the Village Hall from 9.00am until 12 noon on both these days.
Mike Hope (Secretary)