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Crowborough Town Council

"Serving our Community"

JOB VACANCIES

Responsible Financial Officer

We are seeking an experienced finance manager to join the office staff team. The post holder will be accountable for the effective management of the Council’s finances and financial records, and will report directly to the Town Clerk.  Financial experience is essential.

For further information, or an application pack, please call (01892) 652907, visit the Council Offices or email info@crowboroughtowncouncil.gov.uk

Closing date for applications – 12noon, Friday 28th February 2020

An Application Pack is also available to download here:

Application form

Job description – RFO

Person Specification RFO

Community Warden

We are seeking an additional part-time Community Warden, in conjunction with Forest Row Parish Council, to provide a highly visible, reassuring presence, aimed at reducing crime and anti-social behaviour in the town. Occasional hours to be worked in Forest Row.

Community Wardens work in partnership with other local organisations and aim to build closer communities by making local people feel more at ease in the area in which they live.

For further information, or an application pack, please call (01892) 652907, visit the Council Offices or email info@crowboroughtowncouncil.gov.uk

Closing date for applications – 12noon, Friday 6th March 2020

An Application Pack is also available to download here:

Application form Job Description Community Warden Person Specification – Community Warden

Grounds Person (Permanent, Full-Time)

We are seeking a Grounds Person to work with the existing team in maintaining the Council’s recreation grounds, cemetery, allotments and other outside areas.

For an application pack please call 01892 652907, visit the Council Offices or email info@crowboroughtowncouncil.gov.uk

Closing date for applications – 12noon, Friday 13th March 2020

An application pack is also available to download here:

Application form  Job Description – Grounds Person Person Specification – Grounds Person

 

Seasonal Grounds Person (Temporary, Full-Time)

We are seeking a Seasonal Grounds Person to join the existing grounds staff team from April to September. This is an excellent opportunity to work alongside experienced team members in maintaining the Council’s recreation grounds, cemetery, allotments and other outside areas.

For further information, or an application pack,  please call 01892 652907, visit the Council Offices or email info@crowboroughtowncouncil.gov.uk

Closing date for applications – 12noon, Friday 13th March 2020

An Application Pack is also available to download here:

Application form  Job Description – Seasonal Grounds Person 2020  Person Specification – Seasonal Grounds Person 2020

UNREGISTERED RIGHTS OF WAY – Can You Help?

Do you know of any unregistered rights of way (footpaths, ‘cut-throughs’, alleys or bridleways) in or around Crowborough? Following the introduction of The Deregulation Act 2015 there is now a cut-off date by which all such paths must be registered, or face being lost. In particular, this concerns any rights of way that existed pre-1949 and are therefore not on any council maps, or any more recent cut-throughs or ‘muddy paths’.

If you know of any such unregistered rights of way that you believe should be registered, please contact the Council Offices on (01892) 652907 or info@crowboroughtowncouncil.gov.uk , providing the location and any other details you may have. Thank you for your help!

 

PUBLIC NOTICE – MEMORIAL SAFETY TESTING

Please note that Crowborough Town Council’s ongoing safety programme involves the inspection of all memorials at:

HERNE ROAD CEMETERY

Commencing April 2020

 Any memorial that has not met the health and safety requirements will be provided with a notice and temporary support. Additionally, a letter will be posted to the registered holder of the Exclusive Right of Burial for the grave, giving details of the action required by them to make the memorial safe.

 For your own safety, and that of all visitors to the cemetery, DO NOT attempt to test memorials yourself. Any work to repair memorials must be undertaken by a qualified monumental mason.

ALL MEMORIALS REMAIN THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE OWNER TO KEEP IN GOOD SAFE ORDER

We appreciate your assistance and co-operation in ensuring this cemetery is a safe place for everyone to visit.

If you have any questions or concerns regarding a memorial, or this notice, please contact Crowborough Town Council on (01892) 652907 or cemeteries@crowboroughtowncouncil.gov.uk

A list of Frequently Asked Questions can be found here: https://www.crowboroughtowncouncil.gov.uk/services/cemeteryburials

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