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Please see below jobs listing for clerks and staff for Parish and Town Councils. 

All information is provided by the councils and applicants should contact them directly. 

Calverton PC


Calverton parish council office, Calverton village hall, William Lee memorial park, Park Road, Calverton, NG14 6FR 

Cllr Andy Meads: / 07904 021361

Hours of work to be agreed, 20 to 25 hours a week

Pay scale 39

RFO/clerk role, supported by an assistant clerk already in post who covers bookings, burials, and allotments.

Closing date 4th June.

Egmanton Parish Meeting



Due to the existing parish clerk retiring on 31st March 2024, Egmanton Parish Meeting seeks a replacement for the 24/25 financial year. This is not an employed position since Egmanton has no formal council. Instead, the clerk receives £1k as an annual ex-gratia payment. This sum is negotiable upwards.


A parish clerk prepares the agenda for and minutes of each parish meeting, communicates local authority matters such as planning consultations and looks after the parish’s finances. A full list of duties is available on request.


Egmanton parish meets every two months in the village hall and all residents are able to attend and express their views via a formal agenda. Communication to residents occurs via a protected data base. The village of Egmanton has 118 properties of which 72 currently have asked to be on the database. The most recent Register of Electors lists 231 electors.


The existing clerk will prepare the budget for 24/25, seek approval of the precept and complete the accounts and regulatory paperwork to complete the 23/24 financial year.


Expression of interest in this vacancy should be made to the long-standing chairman Mr Andrew Banks as follows:

Mobile, 07496 837514 or email,  

Nuthall Parish Council

CLERK (only; not including RFO)

Name of contact at council: Lynda Ogilvie

Council address: The Temple Centre Nottingham Road, Nottingham, NG16 1DP, United Kingdom

Contact email:

Contact phone number: 01159519717

Hours of work: 22hrs pw over a minimum 3 days a week.

Are you looking for a rewarding and challenging role in local government? Do you have excellent organisational and communication skills? Do you want to make a positive difference in your community? If yes, then you might be the perfect candidate for the position of Parish Council Clerk.


Nuthall Parish Council is seeking a Parish Clerk for a part-time role (maximum 22 hours per week over a minimum of three days a week). The role is predominately in person, based at the Temple Centre, Nuthall, Nottingham and will require a minimum of two days a week in the office, with one of those shared with the Responsible Financial Officer. Working patterns will be explored at the interview stage. The candidate should have strong administrative and team management skills gained ideally within a local council or similar small public sector organisation. The candidate should demonstrate strong administrative, communication, and organisational skills with proficiency in Microsoft Office. They will be professional, tactful, and able to work autonomously and manage their workload effectively. Good customer service skills and a commitment to equality are also essential. Holding or being prepared to gain a qualification like the Certificate of Local Council Administration would be advantageous.


Benefits: We offer a competitive salary £33,024 up to £40,221 (pro rata) dependent on qualification e.g. CiLCA and experience e.g. substantive experience as a clerk elsewhere. The role also includes wider benefits such as 21 days plus bank holidays and pension.


Closing Date: 7 June 2024

Pay scale or hourly rate: £33,024-£40,221 pro rata

Weston PC


Name of contact at council: Simon Meadows

Council address: c/o Weston Village Hall


Hours of work: 14 per month, working mainly from home


Closing Date: 24-May-2024

Pay scale or hourly rate: point 14

West Stockwith PC



6 hours per week SCP 11 – 20 (£13.50 - £15.75ph) according to qualifications and experience.


The position would ideally suit an existing Clerk or someone with previous local government experience or transferable skills from other sectors. There is flexibility in the working arrangements as the role is pre-dominantly home-based with attendance at evening Council meetings on the second Thursday of the month.


For further information, please refer to the job description on the West Stockwith Parish Council website; http://west-stockwith-parish


Letters of application and CVs to be sent to the Clerk at

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