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Project Support Officer
Employer: Bassetlaw District Council
Reference number: REG1069E
Department: Bassetlaw Museum
Location: Retford, Nottinghamshire
Salary: Salary Scale 2 £18,065 - £18,426 pa (Subject to Job Evaluation)
Working hours: Full time | 37 hours per week, includes evening and weekend working
Closing date: 05 July 2019 at 12:00

Bassetlaw District Council is leading on a cross-regional partnership project funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund, entitled ‘Pilgrim Roots: The Separatists’ Story, Mayflower 400 and beyond’. This project brings the story of the Mayflower Pilgrims in Nottinghamshire, Lincolnshire and South Yorkshire to life.  We aim to share the story in a modern, challenging and engaging way through the creation of a new Pilgrims Gallery at Bassetlaw Museum, an enhanced Pilgrims Trail across 8 sites, building and launching new website (still in its infancy www.pilgrimroots.org) and an 18 month event programme taking us through 2020, the 400th anniversary of the Mayflower journey to America.

The Council is seeking two enthusiastic people to join the team at Bassetlaw Museum to help deliver the Pilgrim Roots project. We would welcome applications for one of the following key roles:

Project Support Officer (Fixed term until 30 September 2021) REG1069E 
Salary Scale 2 £18,065 - £18,426 pa  (Subject to Job Evaluation)

Working: Full time 37 hours per week, includes evening and weekend working 

Based at Bassetlaw Museum, you will be the principle administrative support to the Project Manager, Heritage Engagement Officer and Project Team in the promotion and delivery of the Pilgrim Roots Heritage Project, including associated events and activities.  To prepare publicity and promotion of the project, maximising use of print and digital media, including new technology and social media across a variety of platforms and to act as the primary point of contact between visitors, tour operators, site managers, partners and stakeholders to provide a high level visitor experience.  You will be an ambassador to the Pilgrim Roots project and wider Bassetlaw Museum attraction.

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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Heritage Engagement Officer
Employer: Bassetlaw District Council
Reference number: REG1068E
Department: Bassetlaw Museum
Location: Retford, Nottinghamshire
Salary: Scale 5 £21,589- £23,836 pa (Subject to Job Evaluation)
Working hours: Full time | 37 hours per week, includes evening and weekend working
Closing date: 05 July 2019 at 12:00

assetlaw District Council is leading on a cross-regional partnership project funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund, entitled ‘Pilgrim Roots: The Separatists’ Story, Mayflower 400 and beyond’. This project brings the story of the Mayflower Pilgrims in Nottinghamshire, Lincolnshire and South Yorkshire to life.  We aim to share the story in a modern, challenging and engaging way through the creation of a new Pilgrims Gallery at Bassetlaw Museum, an enhanced Pilgrims Trail across 8 sites, building and launching new website (still in its infancy www.pilgrimroots.org) and an 18 month event programme taking us through 2020, the 400th anniversary of the Mayflower journey to America.

The Council is seeking two enthusiastic people to join the team at Bassetlaw Museum to help deliver the Pilgrim Roots project. We would welcome applications for one of the following key roles:

Heritage Engagement Officer (Fixed term until 30 September 2021) REG1068E 
Salary Scale 5 £21,589- £23,836 pa  (Subject to Job Evaluation 
Working: Full time 37 hours per week, includes evening and weekend working 

You will provide expert heritage engagement as part of the project team to all project stakeholders (including e.g. residents, visitors, schools, adult learners, related site owners/managers, volunteers, partners, community groups, businesses). You will support the Project Manager and Project Team in the promotion, grant administration, financial management and successful delivery of the Pilgrim Roots Heritage Project, including associated events and activities, activity plan, learning plan and associated project documentation. You will be an ambassador to the Pilgrim Roots project and wider Bassetlaw Museum attraction.

Whilst this position is based at Bassetlaw Museum, it involves outreach travel across Nottinghamshire, Lincolnshire and South Yorkshire

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POLLUTION OFFICER
Employer: Bassetlaw District Council
Reference number: NBH1074
Department: Neighbourhood Services
Location: Worksop
Salary: Salary Scale S02-P030 i.e £29,636 - £32,878 per annum (subject to Job Evaluation)
Working hours: Full time | 37 hours per week
Closing date: 01 July 2019 at 12:00

As a key member of staff, you will be responsible for a range of disciplines across the remit of pollution control. This will include the monitoring of local air quality, contaminated land, investigation of industrial noise complaints, sampling of private water supplies and the regulation of prescribed processes under the Environmental Permitting regime. You will also be required to work closely with the team investigating environmental crime.

Applicants will be educated to a Degree level in a relevant discipline e.g. Environmental Science, Environmental Engineering. Therefore, a good rounded knowledge of environmental legislation will be essential. You must also have strong communication skills with a desire to solve problems.

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

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Town Centre Cleaner/Operative
Employer: Bassetlaw District Council
Reference number: NBH0751P
Department: Cleaning
Location: Worksop
Salary: Salary £18,474 per annum (Subject to Job Evaluation)
Working hours: Full time | 37 hours per week, permanent, working Monday to Friday (with occasional weekend work)
Closing date: 20 June 2019 at 12:00

Based at Carlton Forest Depot, Hundred Acre Lane, Worksop you will be responsible for assisting in the cleaning and improving of the overall standards within the Town Centres and villages throughout Bassetlaw. This involves street cleaning duties and maintenance of street furniture, litter bins, signs, shop fronts and any areas of land that may require attention.

With experience of cleaning and general DIY work, you will have general awareness for safe working conditions, health and safety in the workplace and road safety. Along with the ability to communicate effectively with members of the public, you will be able to work in all weather conditions and hold a full driving licence.  Candidates will need to be able to cope with regular high level physical demands of the job.

The benefits for both posts include 24 days annual leave rising to 29 days after 5 years’ service, in addition to Bank Holidays, and access to the Local Government Pension Scheme.

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Environmental Warden
Employer: Bassetlaw District Council
Reference number: NBH0528P
Department: Environment Services
Location: Worksop
Salary: Salary Scale 4 £19,554 - £21,166 (Subject to Job Evaluation)
Working hours: Full time | 37 hours per week, permanent, working Monday to Friday (with some out of hours work required)
Closing date: 20 June 2019 at 12:00

This exciting and varied post offers the opportunity to work with the Councils Environment Services Department. Based at Carlton Forest Depot, Hundred Acre Lane, Worksop, the successful candidate will operate across the entire District, primarily focusing on monitoring and improving the Councils Recycling Service, but also covering areas such as littering, fly tipping and both domestic and commercial waste collections.   

With a keen interest in recycling, ideal candidates will have some experience of enforcement work as well as excellent customer service skills and the confidence to deal with difficult people and situations.  This is a physically mobile role, working across the whole District and candidates will need to be comfortable working outdoors and have a commitment to helping the community. 

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Apprentice Public Relations Assistant
Employer: Bassetlaw District Council
Reference number: COR1018P
Department: Public Relations
Location: Worksop, Nottinghamshire
Salary: £18,795 per annum
Working hours: Full time | 18-month apprenticeship agreement (37 hours per week, Monday to Friday)
Closing date: 28 June 2019 at 12:00

Pay exceeds minimum apprenticeship rate and is applied on a sliding scale, depending on age and year of apprenticeship, of 55% to 85% of the position basic rate of £18,795 per annum (Subject to Job Evaluation).

We are looking for an enthusiastic individual who wishes to take their first steps into a career within the field of Communications and Public Relations therefore, individuals who hold a PR qualification at level 4 or higher will not be eligible under the apprenticeship scheme.

Based in the Communications and Policy department at Queen’s Buildings in Worksop, you will assist with the delivery of the Council’s internal and external communications.

As part of these duties you will have the opportunity to work with the local media to promote the Council’s services and achievements, create engaging content for social media, administer the Council’s website and assist with our face-to-face engagement events.

You must:

  • Have a minimum of 3 GCSE’s at Levels 4-9/Grade C and above or predicted grades of 5-9, including English and Maths (or other relevant equivalent qualifications) 
  • Have excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Be a creative and motivated self-starter who can work individually and as part of a team
  • Have experience of using a variety of Social Media Platforms
  • Have an understanding of and an enthusiasm for working in a communications and public relations environment

For an informal discussion about this apprenticeship, please contact Will Spence, Senior Communications Officer on 01909 533 533 or email will.spence@bassetlaw.gov.uk

The benefits include training opportunities, flexi-time as well as a minimum of 24 days’ annual leave in addition to bank holidays and access to the Local Government Pension Scheme.

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