Catcliffe Parish Council

Vacancy for Clerk and Responsible Financial Officer

Catcliffe Parish Council is an active Council that seeks a highly motivated, enthusiastic person to take on the post of Clerk to the Council and Responsible Financial Officer.

The post is part time, 18 hours per week. Working from the Parish Council office and home, the hours of work are flexible except for attendance at meetings. Meetings are held on the second Wednesday of each month.

Salary in accordance with National Joint Council recommendations; pay scale LC2, points 24 to 28, dependent upon qualifications and experience.

Duties will include managing both the council’s administration and the services it provides for the people of Catcliffe, servicing council meetings, fulfilling the statutory role of Responsible Financial Officer, undertaking research, advising councillors and carrying out such other duties as are appropriate to the role of Parish Clerk. 

The post is subject to a six-month probationary period and the successful applicant will be expected to hold the Certificate in Local Council Administration (CiLCA) or be willing to undertaken the necessary training to obtain the qualification. 

The application form, job specification and personal specification are available from:

Catcliffe Parish Council,


Closing date for applications: Friday 12th March 2021



Catcliffe Parish Council currently have a vacancy for 3 Parish Councillor’s.

We would therefore like to hear from enthusiastic residents who would like to become involved in the tier of government closest to local people and play a central role in improving our local quality of life.

The Council meets on the second Wednesday of the month, currently via Zoom, if you are interested in finding out more about the role, come along to one of our meetings.

If you wish to apply please contact the Clerk to the Council:

Mrs Sarah Youngman

Catcliffe Memorial Hall

Old School Lane



S60 5SP To apply for the role as Councillor; please provide a brief detail of why you want to become a Councillor.


The Neighbourhood Watch is now in place. At present it will be run as a parish council initiative but would hope in time it could be coordinated by residents. In the meantime we would really like residents to join us. The Watch covers all aspects of crime, ASB, fly tipping, any social concerns, vulnerable persons, environment shortfalls, etc. We just need members to report and monitor issues. There is a link to a dedicated Facebook page on LINKS.

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