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Solicitor
Employer: Bassetlaw District Council
Reference number: COR0434P
Department: Directorate of Corporate Resources
Location: Worksop
Salary: SO2 i.e £29,055 - £30,756 per annum (Subject to Job Evaluation)
Working hours: Full time | 37 hours per week
Closing date: 28 September 2018 at 12:00

Bassetlaw District Council is an organisation that is committed to the future of its community, within which the Legal and Licensing team plays a key role in service delivery. The Council is looking for a committed and enthusiastic individual who can make a difference within its service.

In addition to Solicitors’ with experience the Council would welcome applications from candidates who are either recently qualified or about to qualify as Solicitors. We can offer both a positive and supportive working environment along with comprehensive development and training, giving you a real opportunity to develop wide-ranging skills and experience.

You will undertake legal work across a full range of the Council’s activities including preparation of contracts and agreements, Information law, conveyancing, litigation and advocacy.

As part of a small team, you will need to be hard working and adaptable with the ability to build good working relationships with colleagues, client officers and Council members.

 The ideal candidate will possess:

·        Qualification as a Solicitor or Barrister (or is about to qualify) and preferably some post qualification experience.

·        Minimum degree qualification plus qualified as a Solicitor or Barrister.

·        Current Practising Certificate and evidence of continuing Professional Development

·        Good working knowledge of local authority law and the legal and statutory requirements of a District Council

·        Knowledge of one or more of the following areas; civil and/or criminal litigation, planning law, contract law, commercial and/or residential conveyancing, Information Law.

·        A full current Driving Licence.

The benefits include flexitime, 24 days annual leave rising to 29 days after 5 years’ service, in addition to bank holidays and an extra day over the Christmas period and access to the Local Government Pension Scheme.

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CCTV CONTROL ROOM OPERATOR
Employer: Bassetlaw District Council
Reference number: REG0601P
Department: CCTV CONTROL ROOM
Location: Worksop
Salary: £23,690.64 per annum, (inclusive of shift allowance and contractual overtime payment) (Subject to Job Evaluation.)
Working hours: Full time
Closing date: 21 September 2018 at 12:00

Weare looking to recruit a permanent, experienced CCTV Control Room Operator to assist us with the delivery of our 24-hour public space CCTV service within Bassetlaw.  The post is based in Worksop

You will work be required to work a 12-hour rotational shift system based on an average 42-hour working week including day, night shifts and weekends. The CCTV Control Room is open 365 days a year. Duties include the need to monitor and operate the CCTV cameras in a control room to agreed standards and provide an emergency response service to internal and external customers. It is therefore essential that you have experience of handling difficult situations and the ability to work in a demanding environment.

The post holder should have full SIA accreditation and will be subject to Police Vetting, including an enhanced DBS clearance check.

Responsibilities of the role include:

o  Compliance with Bassetlaw District council, legislative and customer standards and procedures.

o  Maintenance and storage of records (both hand written and electronic)

o  Compliance with all relevant rules, procedures, and statutory requirements concerning Health and Safety at work.

o  Working as part of a team.

The benefits include a minimum of 24 days annual leave, rising to 29 after 5 years’ service, in addition to bank holidays, plus an extra day, and access to a generous pension scheme.

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