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Willington Parish Council Meeting Dates 2020/21
Council and Committee Meeting Dates 2021/22 (PDF, 163 Kb)
Willington Parish Council Meetings
The next Ordinary Parish Council Meeting will take place on 12th October 2021
BURIAL COMMITTEE MEETING
There will be a Meeting of the Burial Committee on 28th September 2021 at 7.00 pm at The Old School, Castleway, Willington.
FOODPATHS AND OPEN SPACES GROUP MEETING
23rd September 2021
This will take place at the Old School, Willington at 7.00 pm.
Tennis Court Refurbishment
Please note that Willington Tennis Courts refurbishment has now been completed.
To access the tennis courts please complete and return the following form.
Freeport (EMIP) Meeting Notes
Freeport (EMIP) Meeting Notes 21st June 2021 (PDF, 82 Kb)
Freeport (EMIP) Meeting Notes 21st June 2021
OUTDOOR PLAY AREAS
Please note that the outdoor play areas are now open.
Please read all safety signage and maintain all social distancing requirements.
We are happy to welcome you back safely.
Willington – Flood Risk Information and FAQs
Willington – Flood Risk Information and FAQs (PDF, 322 Kb)
Willington – Flood Risk Information and FAQs
Posted: Wed, 22 Sep 2021 16:41 by Clerk
Applications are invited for the position of Parish Clerk/Responsible Finance Officer to Willington Parish Council.
The Clerk to the Council is the Proper Officer and employee of the Council and as such is under a statutory duty to carry out all the functions of a local authority's Proper Officer, and in particular to serve or issue all the notices required by law.
The Clerk will be supported by an Assistant. More »
Requirements: You will need to be computer literate, and competent in administration and basic book keeping. You must also demonstrate good time management, organisational and communication skills.
The council are seeking to employ an experienced Clerk (CiLCA qualified preferred).
Main Duties: To ensure that legal, statutory and other provisions, governing or effecting the running of the Council are observed keeping accurate financial records, banking, invoices, payment of accounts and HMRC payments/wages etc.
Setting the council budget, liaising with the auditors, preparing the end of year accounts.
Facilitate and attend all council meetings including the preparation of the agenda, minutes and publication of notices.
To provide advice and guidance to the Council and Councillors.
To implement Council decisions and obligations.
Deal with all Burial Administration
Deal with Allotment payments/queries etc. and maintain accurate records
To manage the Admin. Assistant.
To monitor Council policies and prepare policies for review and adoption.
To ensure the councils obligations to insure are properly met.
To receive correspondence and documents on behalf of the Council and to deal with such items and/or bring them to the attention of the Council.
To advise of the practicability and likely effects of specific courses of action considered by the Council.
To act as representative of the Council as required.
To be responsible as an officer and employee under the Health and Safety at Work Act for his/her safety at work and to take reasonable care for his/her health and safety at work and that of other persons who may be affected by his/her act or omissions at work.
To monitor and maintain GDPR data compliance.
To maintain and manage the Parish Council Website.
The post is part time, working from home and will include attending evening meetings. It is envisaged that a total of up to 22 hours per week will be split between the Clerk and a new Admin Assistant. These hours are negotiable with the successful applicant.
The Clerk is required to attend all the monthly meetings of the Council and all other meetings as necessary.
Must live within a 25 mile radius of the village.
Salary: In the range LC2 24 – 28 (£28,672 - £32,234) (£14.90 hour - £16.75 hour) (pro rata), for a fully qualified Clerk and dependant on experience plus expenses.
To apply, please send a current CV, plus a letter of application giving full details of relevant experience, suitability for job and reasons for applying etc to:
Debra Townsend – email@example.com
Please also include the details of 2 referees (1 to be current employer).
Applications to be received by 5.00 pm, Friday 8th October 2021.
Interview dates to be confirmed. » Less
Posted: Mon, 23 Aug 2021 16:04 by Clerk
Derbyshire Mobile Libraries are returning to full service from Monday 20th September 2021.
The mobile staff are looking forward to welcoming you all on board to browse the stock and access our services.
Further information and details of routes can be found at https://www.derbyshire.gov.uk/leisure/libraries/services/mobile-libraries/mobile-libraries.aspx
Or contact the Library Information Service Enquiry Line: 01629 533444 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted: Mon, 09 Aug 2021 15:57 by Clerk
Derbyshire County Council have launched an online survey to collate information, opinions and suggestions regarding your local bus services and ways in which it can be improved.
If you would like to complete the survey, please click on the link below;