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Communication Officer (Part-Time)
16 hours per week
Salary Range: Grade 18-20 (FTE £29,269 – £30,296)
Shavington-cum-Gresty Parish Council is seeking a dynamic and proficient Communications Officer to join their team. As the Communications Officer, you will be instrumental in facilitating effective communication between the Parish Council and the local community, ensuring transparency, engagement, and awareness of our initiatives and projects. To apply, please submit your CV, a covering letter outlining your relevant experience, and a sample of your previous communication work to
Closing Date: 4th July 2024


Part-time Clerk/Responsible Financial Officer
6 hours per week
Salary Range: SCP 21-25 (£16.02 to £17.64 per hour)

Applications are invited for the position of Parish Clerk/Responsible Financial Officer. This is an interesting and varied part-time offering the chance to enable the team of Parish Councillors to deliver real benefits to the community. To apply, please submit a CV to the Chair – Councillor Janet Palmer; email
Closing Date: Friday 5th July 2024


Part-time Clerk
35 hours per month
Salary Range: SCP11 -16 (£13.50 – £14.70 per hour)

Ideally, the successful candidate will hold the CiLCA qualification and/or have an understanding of how local councils work. In addition they will need to have excellent administrative, people and organisational skills. The role also includes the management of three village assets, including the Village Hall and Playground. If you wish to have an informal discussion please contact the Chair, Ewan Campbell
Closing Date: 30th June 2024


Clerk and Responsible Financial Officer
Full Time
Salary Range: LC3 £42,403.00 – £45,411.00

If you have a genuine interest in helping our forward thinking and energetic Council develop and
deliver timely, quality, and innovative services to the local community whilst engaging with local residents and stakeholders, the position is ideal for you. We offer nationally based terms and conditions of employment for this post which will involve attendance at evening meetings and occasional events organised by the Council. Please contact Shaun Clough for an application form and recruitment pack on
Closing Date: 26th July 2024


Clerk/Responsible Financial Officer (RFO) Part-time
Average 10 -14 hours per week
Salary Scale: £15.21 to £16.67 per hour, (SCP 18-23) depending on experience.

The full council meets on the last Tuesday of the month although this could be changed to suit the right candidate. There is also on average one committee meeting each month. The successful candidate will be the public's primary point of contact with the Council, carry out tasks as allocated by the Council, maintain the Council's accounts (having a current budgeted expenditure of £65K per year) and ensure that the Council's statutory obligations are met. Preferably, they will have previous experience in a local government or a similar role and have completed or be working towards completion of the CiLCA qualification for Local Council Clerks. This is primarily a remote home working position although some duties will take place within the parish. To apply please send your CV along with a cover letter to Cllr Wayne Salisbury
Closing Date: Friday 28th June 2024
The Council reserve the right to close the application period before the closing date.


Part-time Clerk and Responsible Financial Officer
104 hours per year, spread out flexibly throughout the year as demand requires
Starting salary: £1560 per annum(£15.00/hr)

The successful candidate will work from home and attend evening meetings every two months. The role is responsible for ensuring the correct running of the council and its financial affairs. A basic understanding of accountancy is required, keeping a balance sheet, reclaiming VAT, etc. Full training regarding the roles and responsibilities of the Clerk/RFO can be given. If you would like more details, a job description and an application form, please email Greg at
Closing Date: 31st July 2024


Parish Clerk
Average 4.5 hours per week
Salary Scale: LC1 (SCP7 – SCP12)

Acton Bridge are seeking a parish clerk, based on working at home, and attending the monthly Parish Council meeting which is usually the first Monday of the month at 7pm (and 1 – 2 hours long). There have historically been 11 monthly parish council meetings in a year (no meeting in August) To apply please send your CV to the Chairperson, Cllr David Charlton,
Closing Date: Friday 21st June 2024


Parish Clerk
12.5 hours per month
Salary: £16 per hour

LBACC was formed from a merger of Little Bollington Parish Council and Agden Parish council and has been operating since April 2023. LBACC are a small community council with less than 400 residents. The community council is still within its infancy and is now looking for a Parish Clerk. The successful candidate will be able to work from home and is required to attend council meetings.
If you think this might be just the right position for you, please send your CV outlining your skills, qualifications and work experience and we will be in touch for an informal chat. Contact name and email for enquiries: Robin Palmer,
Closing Date: 31.08.2024


Part-time clerk and RFO
Average 2 hours per week, including evening meetings
Starting Salary: £12.21 to £13.50 per hour, depending on experience.

The successful candidate will work from home, using a computer and telephone, and be the public's primary point of contact with the council, carry out tasks as allocated by the council and maintain the council's accounts (having a current turnover of around £2,500 per year). For an informal chat about this vacancy, telephone Avis Curwen on 07961 992 322 or request a job description by emailing
Closing Date: Friday 21st June 2024

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