A permanent part-time position in the Tadcaster Town Council office.
12 hours per week, Monday to Thursday 9.30am to 12.30pm with the potential of flexible working and home working. £11.63 per hour.
The successful candidate will be able to communicate effectively with members of the public, Councillors and local authorities, have good organisation and administration skills, attend training and be computer literate. Be able to work as a member of a team and on your own initiative. Previous local government experience is not required as training can be provided.
For further information and an application form please contact Jane Crowther, Clerk to the Council, Tadcaster Town Council, The Ark, 33 Kirkgate, Tadcaster LS24 9AQ, Telephone: 01937 834113, Email: email@example.com, Website: tadcastertowncouncil.gov.uk
Closing Date for applications 30 September 2023
NOTICE OF VACANCY FOR A TOWN COUNCILLOR
PARISH WARD OF TADCASTER (WEST)
The Council has two vacancies and can now fill the vacancies by co-option, which is a process whereby the council considers applications from interested persons and can select someone to fill the seat.If you are interested in finding out more please email, phone or call into the Tadcaster Town Council Office for further information and an application pack. Closing date for applications is 11 September 2023
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