Job vacancy: Stapleford Town Council


Stapleford Town Council is seeking a town clerk & responsible financial officer to join their team.


Job title: Town clerk & responsible financial officer 
Organisation: Stapleford Town Council  
Salary: £35,411- £47,573 pro rata for 25 hours  
Application deadline: 18 September  2023  
County: Nottinghamshire  
Email address:  
Phone number: 07891 887 412


An exciting opportunity has arisen at Stapleford town council for somebody to join our team as town clerk and responsible financial officer for Stapleford. 

Stapleford town council is a progressive gateway town council in Nottinghamshire within the borough of Broxtowe.

It is overseen by 18 councillors, including the town Mayor, across three wards. 

Responsible for looking after the day-to-day running of the town council, you will have a demonstrable ability to manage and prioritise a large and varied workload. You will also take on the role of advising the councillors on issues such as planning and finance.

The successful candidate will be prepared to be the face of the town council in the local community, building relationships with local organisations, and be passionate about engaging with people, working first and foremost in the interests of the public.

We are looking for someone with at least 2 years’ experience in a similar senior role with knowledge of Local Government processes and procedure. 

Preferably CLCA qualified or in progress willing to undertake this qualification within 12 months of starting employment. 

You will need experience in leadership, staff development (along with evidence of commitment to your own professional development) and be able to demonstrate a willingness to learn. 

Above all, you need to have the desire and motivation to help us take our town into the future! 

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