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35 hours full-time / 21 hours part-time).

Wage: SCP 34 - 37 plus London Fringe Allowance, subject to experience. (currently £29,315 - £31,583 p.a. (pro rata part time)

Job description: Buckhurst Hill Parish Council is seeking an enthusiastic and self-motivated individual to join the team as RFO/Deputy Clerk. 
The parish council is an ambitious local council serving the residents of Buckhurst Hill in the Epping Forest district of Essex. 
It has 11 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 office@buckhursthillpc.gov.uk or ring 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. 
The closing date for receipt of applications is midday on Wednesday, April 3.  Interviews will take place during the week commencing April 8.

8 per week (Monday), 6am-2pm (approx).

Wage: SCP15 (£22,911 pro rata) plus inner fringe allowance (£874)

Leave: Annual Leave 20 days + 2 statutory days (pro rata).

Job role: To assist the Market Manager and stall contractor in ensuring the Monday market stalls are erected in the correct places by our traders and monitoring the layout of those stalls throughout the day. 
To monitor any unauthorised parking on the market and dealing with any issues arising from the market stall contractors, rubbish, traders and customers. 
Supervision of rent collection and arrears and to act as a point of contact for traders and customers, supporting the Market Manager.

Duties include: 

• Ensuring that Epping’s Monday Market stalls are erected in the right position and that stall layouts adhere to the market plan 
• Policing stall space, spread and market vehicles
• Ensuring all market rules are adhered to 
• Assisting the market stall contractor with any issues and monitoring rubbish arrangements in conjunction with the stall contractor team 
• Assisting the Market Manager with rent collection arrangements and arrears 
• Working closely with the Market Manager and Market Promoter
• Carrying out market health and safety checks 
• Acting as a point of contact for traders and customers 
• Managing excellent relations with our traders and customers
• Liaising with our traders regarding absence 
• Reporting any issues of concern to Epping Town Council 
* Please note: this role requires Bank Holiday Monday working.

A full, clean driving licence would be helpful but not essential and the post holder must be able to work well as part of a team. We promote a positive and harmonious working environment and all staff must be able to deliver this. 
Please note: this is an above average physically demanding role, as it requires long periods of standing, outdoors, in all weathers.

Appointment: After a successful six month probation period and good references. 

The town council is responsible for Epping’s Monday Market, Epping Hall, Bury Lane Cemetery, Jack Silley Pavilion, two allotment sites, six recreation grounds, Bakers Lane toilets, the Town Show, Christmas Market and Town Magazine. 
The staff of the busy town council is small and this calls for a flexible attitude by all employees in order to ensure the smooth running of council’s business. 
The council will provide safety clothing and any necessary training and certification for personal development.

Contact: Beverley Rumsey, Town Clerk: brumsey@eppingtowncouncil.gov.uk or 01992 579444 for an application form. 

Closing date: March 15, 2019.



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 “cause and effect” 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:
• Providing basic care needs. Including bathing, feeding, toileting and other personal hygiene responsibilities
• Providing companionship to allow the individual to integrate into the community 
• The individual does not have any prescribed medication that needs to be administered but may require occasional pain relief for headaches or heartburn 
• 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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