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Grounds Manager
Permanent, full time
£23,866 – £25,463pa,

This is an exciting opportunity combining managing the Town Council’s amenity land with hands-on work including general grounds maintenance and basic machinery maintenance.

Much of the amenity land owned or managed by the Town Council is in the heart of the town and it is well used and appreciated . The main recreation area is home to thriving Cricket and Football Clubs and adjacent to Herne Hill – a Local Nature Reserve; in addition there are some smaller recs with children’s play areas and a cemetery as well as some small floral displays to maintain.

The successful applicant is expected to ensure the efficient and effective delivery, management, and development of the wide range of amenity land and children’s’ play areas within the Town Council’s control. the post holder will also be responsible for health and safety standards and risk assessments regarding the work and for researching and making recommendations regarding equipment and methods of work.

We welcome enquiries from everyone and value diversity in our workforce.

Closing date 21 February 2019 at 12 noon
Interviews 28 February 2019

Downloaded the application pack below or request a hard copy  by phone  01460 52149 or E-mail: town.council@ilminster.gov.uk

Click here to download the application Pack contents list

Click here to download the Grounds Manager Application Form

Click here to download the Equal Opportunities Monitoring  Form

Click here to download the application form guidance / checklist

Click here to download the Grounds Manager Job Description

Click here to download the Grounds Manager Person Specification

Click here to download the main conditions of service for the Grounds Manager position

Click here to download the recruitment timetable for the Grounds Manager Position

Click here to download the advert for the Grounds Manager 

 

 

 

 

 

Closing date 21 February 2019 at 12 noon

Interviews 28 February 2019

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