This post is full-time – 37.5 hours per week. It is essential that applicants have a full driving licence.
The successful candidate will be required to work outdoors and fulfil a range of tasks to improve the environment in Sturminster Newton.
The council is looking to recruit a person who is committed, enthusiastic and motivated to undertake this job and will have a sense of pride in keeping up the high standard of the town.
The salary will be in accordance with NJC recommendations at within the range of scale points 3-6 (£18065- £19171 per annum)
Closing date for applications: 26th July 2019
Interviews: 13th August 2019
Please click on the link for an Application Form, Job Description and Person Specification.
Over the weekend a pair of bi-focal glasses were found near Cutt Mill and handed in at the Museum. If these are yours please contact the Museum on 471487.
There has been some confusion regarding the roadworks scheduled at Sturminster Newton Town Bridge. Please note that the bridge will not be closing, there will be temporary traffic lights in place. For more information please refer to the signs positioned on location.
THE TOWN COUNCIL HAVE ARRANGED
FOR FREE PARKING IN TOWN
6TH OF JULY
TO COINCIDE WITH
THE BOOGIE WOOGIE FESTIVAL.
Notice of Public Rights and Publication of Annual Governance & Accountability Return 2018/19
Following discussions with the current land owner of the former builders merchant, the Town Council has been given permission to remove advertising banners which we will be doing on Friday the 21st of June 19. Any banners still in position on this date will be stored at the Town Council Offices for 28 days, after which they will be disposed of. If you would like to advertise a future event on Town Council land, for example the Railway Gardens, please contact the Town Council Office for information.
Sturminster Newton is a small market town in the heart of the Blackmore Vale steeped in history and tradition. The town is mentioned in the Domesday Book and some present day residents can trace their ancestors back for centuries. The last fifteen years have witnessed considerable changes. The closure of the well-established cattle market and the loss of the creamery caused much sadness and dismay but led to regeneration of the town centre and large new housing developments. Thanks to the vision and efforts of its residents and business community, the town retains its character and vibrancy and remains a friendly and popular place to live, work and visit.
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