NOTICE OF POLL

Notice Poll Jumpers & St Catherine's Ward

Notice of Poll -

NOTICE OF PERIOD OF PUBLIC INSPECTION of ACCOUNTS

NOTICE OF ELECTION JUMPERS & ST CATHERINES

An election shall now take place for a vacancy on the Town Council for the Jumpers and St Catherines Ward.

Notice Of Election

Jumpers & St Catherine's Ward - Parish Nomination Pack

Prospective candidates should contact BCP Council in the first instance to book an appointment to submit nomination papers at the Town Hall, Bournemouth – they can do this by either calling 01202 123400 or by emailing elections@bcpcouncil.gov.uk Access to Council premises is still limited to appointments only.

Daniel Lucas

Town Clerk (17.6.21).

NOTICE OF VACANCY GRANGE WARD

Following the resignation of Cllr Janet Abbott there is a vacancy on the Council for Grange Ward (10th June 2021)

Notice of Vacancy

RECRUITMENT NEWS

JOB VACANCIES

MAYOR'S SECRETARY

JOB SUMMARY:

Christchurch Town Council is one of the newly formed Town Council’s in Dorset following Local Government Re-Organisation in 2019. The Town Council serves a population of approximately 48,000 residents. As part of its growth and development the Town Council now requires a Mayor’s Secretary. The Mayoralty of Christchurch is a busy office with events and Mayoral functions which requires planning and administration. The Mayor of Christchurch has continued in existence for over 900 years and the Town Council continues the tradition of ensuring the first citizen of Christchurch can represent the Town and its identity through the office and its functions.

ABOUT THE ROLE

This is an interesting and varied role with scope to take on a variety of different tasks. The main area of work for the Mayor’s Secretary will be to support the Mayor and provide assistance in ensuring all functions and events the Mayor wishes to support and attend have been well planned, budgeted for and delivered.

Reporting to the Democratic Services Officer, you will work across a range of areas and external stakeholders providing an exciting opportunity to work with the Mayor direct.

This role is part time at 12 hrs per week. For more information about this role, please view the job description and person specification.

ABOUT YOU
We are looking for an enthusiastic and committed individual that has experience of providing sound administrative and event planning skills and who has the confidence and ability to work and communicate with various individuals, groups and stakeholders across the Council.

This is an exciting time to be joining the new Council and helping us to deliver some key priorities along the way.

For more information about this role please contact Daniel Lucas – Town Clerk townclerk@christchurch-tc.gov.uk or Susan Roxby – Democratic Services Officer sroxby@christchurch-tc.gov.uk

How to Apply

Please note we are unable to accept CV's.

Application Form

Mayor's Secretary Role Profile & person Spec

JD- Mayor's Secretary

Closing date for receipt of fully completed applications midnight 13th August 2021. Send completed applications: FAO Town Clerk at townclerk@christchurch-tc.gov.uk or via hardcopy to: Town Clerk, Christchurch Town Council, Old Town Hall, 30 High Street, Christchurch. BH23 1AY.

PROJECTS OFFICER

JOB SUMMARY:

Christchurch Town Council is one of the newly formed Town Council’s in Dorset following Local Government Re-Organisation in 2019. The Town Council serves a population of approximately 48,000 residents. As part of its growth and development the Town Council now requires a Part-time Projects Officer initially for a two-year fixed term. The Council has a range of exciting projects planned which span the breadth of the Councils services such as parks and open spaces, buildings and maintenances and exciting initiatives such as Christmas light procurement and provision. We are committed to making Christchurch a better place in which to live and work and we work hard to make sure that we; as a result, we have created an exciting opportunity for a Projects Officer.

ABOUT THE ROLE

This is an interesting and varied role with scope to take on a variety of different tasks. The main area of work for the Projects Officer will be to support the production and delivery of key projects across the authority through an effective system of project management.

Reporting to the Town Clerk direct, you will work across a range of service areas providing project advice, taking an innovative and forward-thinking approach to solutions.

This role is initially for a part-time two-year fixed term position working 18.5hrs per week. For more information about this role, please view the job description and person specification.

ABOUT YOU
We are looking for an enthusiastic and committed individual that has experience as a project professional and who has the confidence and ability to work and communicate with various individuals, groups and stakeholders across the Council.
This is an exciting time to be joining the new Council and helping us to deliver some key priorities along the way.

For more information about this role please contact Daniel Lucas – Town Clerk townclerk@christchurch-tc.gov.uk

How to Apply
Please note we are unable to accept CV's.

Application Form

JD- Projects Officer

Project Officer Role Profile & person Spec

Closing date for receipt of fully completed applications midnight 13th August 2021. Send completed applications: FAO Town Clerk at townclerk@christchurch-tc.gov.uk or via hardcopy to: Town Clerk, Christchurch Town Council, Old Town Hall, 30 High Street, Christchurch. BH23 1AY.