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Pay Pro rata:
£18,795 to £23,836 (NJC SCP scale of LC1) plus £874 (London Fringe Allowance). Dependent on skills and experience.

Job description: The Parish of Epping Upland has a population of about 1,000 with approximately 420 dwellings. It is mainly Green Belt land acting as a buffer between bordering built up areas. 
The council has seven councillors and meets bi-monthly from May on the third Monday of the month. 
There are two committees, Planning and Playground, which meet when there is business. 
There is regular contact with parish councillors, local residents, other councils and organisations. 
Local amenities include allotments, burial ground, open spaces, playground and war memorial. 
The successful candidate will ideally hold the Certificate in Local Council Administration (CiLCA) or be willing to work towards the qualification at an early stage. 
Training and support will be provided not only for the qualification but for ongoing CPD. 
10 hours a week (flexible average). Home-based with an allowance payable.
Training and support available.

Summary of main responsibilities: 
* Dealing with questions and queries from residents and the public
* Advising councillors on matters relating to council business taking account of legislation, best practice and Council policies
* Preparing meeting documents, eg agendas, minutes
* Day-to-day responsibility for the councilís amenities and resources
* Dealing with correspondence on behalf of the council
* Security and accessibility of council documents and records
* Councilís public profile eg website, social media, newsletter
* Financial Management: monitoring and balancing of the councilís accounts, budget, payments and receipts, invoices, VAT, audit. 

The successful candidate should be able to demonstrate:
* Highly effective interpersonal skills
* Sound understanding of the needs and issues of the local community
*Strong and effective communication
* Excellent administration capability
* Good working knowledge of IT
* Knowledge of local government structure and procedures 
* Experience of formal committee work
* Ability to take full responsibility for management of the councilís financial affairs. 

Full details are on the councilís website http://www.essexinfo.net/epping-upland-parish-council/

To apply:
Send a statement detailing your suitability for the post and your full CV to Epping Upland Parish Council, PO Box 12682, Epping, Essex, CM16 9FF.

Closing date for applications: 
Tuesday, 18 June 2019 (5pm).

Interviews:  Week commencing 24 June 2019.

More information:  To discuss the vacancy in more detail please contact Val Evans, Parish Clerk on 01992 570870 or email eppinguplandpc@gmail.com




Self-employed. The ideal candidate will be free Thursdays and Fridays with the possibility of some weekends.

Wage: £8-£10 per hour, depending on experience.

Job role: To provide basic care needs as well as companionship for a wonderful but cheeky, young man in Epping. This role will include caring responsibilities including cleaning, feeding and toileting as well as providing a companion to allow the individual to participate in activities within the community. 
These include swimming, trampolining, bowling, watching movies, playing on the computer, anything to do with trains, throwing balls, and any other activities with ďcause and effectĒ at the heart of them. 
The ideal candidate will be someone he can form a relationship with, and look forward to seeing every week. 
The individual currently lives at home with his mother and sister, and is non-verbal but very vocal in other ways and requires some assistance with his mobility. 
The ideal candidate will be required to have a DBS check, and an individual with a full UK license and a car would be preferred. 

Duties include:
ē Providing basic care needs. Including bathing, feeding, toileting and other personal hygiene responsibilities
ē Providing companionship to allow the individual to integrate into the community 
ē The individual does not have any prescribed medication that needs to be administered but may require occasional pain relief for headaches or heartburn 
ē Providing help with mobility. Whilst the individual can walk short distances, he must use a wheelchair and leg splints. 

Appointment: Subject to being invited to meet the individual to establish a relationship with him, as well as the family.
Accepting applications from people with varying experience, as this is a role for someone who is willing to provide companionship as well as someone who can manage the individuals personal care needs. 

Contact: Email Sophie at Charles.care@outlook.com.



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