Due to the retirement of our existing administrator, we are seeking an experienced financial administrator to take over the day-to-day operation of the council’s computerised accounts and financial management system under the guidance of the Responsible Financial Officer.
The successful applicant will be able to demonstrate experience in using financial accounts systems, maintaining up to date records of income and expenditure, ensuring that income due is billed and received promptly, and preparing lists of payments for approval.
Salary £26,446 – £31,895 pro-rata, depending on qualifications and experience, pay award pending
Haverhill Town Council is seeking an experienced person to take notes and prepare minutes of the council’s meetings.
The role involves evening work, principally on Monday and Tuesday evenings between 7pm and 9pm, usually once a week, most weeks outside of school holidays. Most meetings are currently held by Zoom and for these working from home would be permitted only if there is a good enough broadband connection to enable this. At least one meeting a month is held in-person, usually at Haverhill Arts Centre and attendance would be required. All meetings are live-streamed.
Salary £11.02 per hour.
The Zone Soft Play Centre in Haverhill is looking for new team members who enjoy working in a fun atmosphere with the public. We can offer various shifts including, daytime, evening, weekend work, and school holidays. Your responsibilities will range from reception work, supervising children in the soft play areas, taking customers’ orders, preparing/serving meals and cleaning duties.
Under 21: National Minimum Wage, currently £6.83 per hour
Over 21: National ‘Real Living Wage’ Currently £9.90 per hour
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Job vacancies are advertised with Job Centre Plus, as well as being advertised in the local press and through social media. Prospective applicants are welcome to lodge their details with us so they can be notified of vacancies as they arise. We also offer access to apprenticeships and work experience.
We welcome all people aged 16+ interested in café and usher work on Saturdays and as casual work, to send in their CVs for us to hold as these opportunities arise quite often, particularly when previous A-Level students working with us go off to university or obtain full-time employment. You must be 18+ to work in our bar.
We are an equal-opportunities employer and welcome applications from all ages. We are keen to ensure the Arts Centre reflects the local population and therefore particularly encourage people from minority ethnic populations to apply, as we seek to broaden our staff diversity, in line with section 2.1 of our Equality and Diversity Policy.