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Job vacancy: Fleet Town Council

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Fleet Town Council is seeking a executive officer/RFO to join their team.


DETAILS

Job title: Executive officer/RFO
Organisation: Fleet Town Council
Salary: Circa £60,000 pa
Application deadline: 12 April 2024
County: Hampshire
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Phone number: 01252 625 246


SUMMARY

To help it achieve ambitious targets, Fleet Town Council is offering a unique leadership opportunity for the right individual. This dynamic and apolitical council is seeking to appoint an innovative, forward thinking and proactive executive officer who will help lead it through a period of exciting change. 

The council’s vision is: "A welcoming, sustainable, inclusive and environmentally ambitious town, looking to the future with a strong, healthy, active and diverse community, which responds positively to change.’’ 

The council is embarking on a new chapter in its history centred on several significant projects that are key to the economic development of our town. These projects include the management of a major refurbishment of our much-loved multi-purpose community, arts and entertainment centre, The Harlington, with its vibrant events programme. 

The council is looking for applicants who may come from a range of career backgrounds, including project management, operations management, HR, construction, military, marketing or finance and local government! Specific experience of leading large development projects would be valuable. 

The council is looking for a team player with a track record of people development where change is embraced. The successful applicant would be expected to gain the certificate in local council administration (CiLCA) qualification in 2 years, if they do not already have it. 

  • Hours – 37.5 per week (plus evening meetings where time off in lieu is given). 
  • To apply please send your CV and a covering letter outlining why you are best suited for the role. 
  • Salary is subject to experience.

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