Parish Council Job Vacancies in Buckhurst Hill
RESPONSIBLE FINANCIAL OFFICER/ DEPUTY CLERK
(35 Hours FT)
SCP 28 – 36 plus London Fringe Allowance, subject to experience.
(Currently £32,798 – £40,578 p.a.)
Are you passionate about finance? Looking for a fresh challenge?
Buckhurst Hill Parish Council is seeking an enthusiastic and self-motivated individual
to join the team as RFO/Deputy Clerk.
BHPC is an ambitious local council serving the residents of Buckhurst Hill in the Epping
Forest District of Essex. It has eleven elected Councillors and provides a range of
services including two playgrounds, two community halls and Library support services.
The main purpose of the role will be administering the Council’s financial affairs in
accordance with proper practices. Additionally, to assist and deputise for the Clerk to
the Council in carrying out the functions of the Council.
Key requirements of this role:
- Sound working knowledge of local government financial systems
- Supervisory experience
- Experience of budget, payroll, health and safety management and GDPR
- A ‘can do’ attitude
- Belief in continuous improvement both personally and for the council
- Dedicated and focused
For a full job description and application form please contact our office at
firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone on 020 8498 9933. No CVs accepted.
If you would like an informal discussion about the post, please contact the Parish
Clerk, Liz Petyt-Start on 020 8498 9933.
Closing date for receipt of application: MONDAY 4TH JULY 2022.
Interviews will take place during the week commencing 11th JULY 2022.
Customer Services Library Volunteer
Buckhurst Hill Parish Council currently manages and supports the “Self-Service” provision in Buckhurst Hill Library on Mondays and Wednesdays.
We are now planning to extend this provision further and are seeking a team of volunteers to assist us in delivering this additional service.
Volunteering has a meaningful, positive impact on our community and there are so many benefits for you too!
- Be part of and have a direct impact on your local community
- Learn and develop new skills
- Gain a sense of achievement and motivation
- Boost your career options
- Discover new interests and hobbies
- Live new experiences
- Meet new people
A regular commitment would be required but there is flexibility as long as you are willing to make a regular contribution.