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VACANCIES

Salary: £16,310 pa

(35 hours per week, Monday to Friday, 9am-5pm)

An opportunity has arisen for a professional and efficient administrator to join the busy, hardworking team at Sandhurst Town Council.

Using your communication and organisational skills you will be staffing the Reception desk in the Sandhurst Town Council offices, right at the heart of the community, serving the public through a diverse and varied range of office based duties.

The successful applicant will be confident and focussed, able to respond positively to enquiries from the public while completing other duties accurately and with complete integrity. The responsibilities of the post include: administering a booking system for recreational facility hiring, processing and recording payments, supporting the meetings of Councillors by collating and distributing official papers, producing written documents and facilitating effective communication between staff as a central point of contact.

Closing date for applications: 20 August 2021

Proposed interview day: To be advised

For an application pack and to apply please visit the site below-

www.indeed.com

PART TIME CARETAKER

Salary: £9.50 - per hour

(Standard week a minimum of 10 hours, across three evenings and weekends)

An opportunity has arisen for a highly motivated and professional Caretaker to join the busy, hardworking team at Sandhurst Town Council.

Using a wide range of practical skills you will be a key part of continuing to present the beautiful and popular Sandhurst Town Council facilities to the community.

The post is based at the 60 acre Green Flag award winning Sandhurst Memorial Park, on Yorktown Road, Sandhurst.

The successful applicant will be highly motivated, capable of both working well under their own direction and contributing within a close team. You will bring the physical capacity and skills to facilitate and maintain the Community Halls Complex, taking pride and satisfaction in delivering high quality public venues, and providing facilities used for a range of sports, recreation activity, public and community events.

Closing date for applications: 20 August 2021

Proposed interview / assessment day:
to be confirmed

Application packs will be sent on application to deo@sandhurst.gov.uk they can also be collected from Reception or received in the post by telephoning 01252 879060

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