To £61,581 (Relocation expenses of up to £8,000 for the right candidate will be considered)
New Forest District Council
New Forest District Council is one of the largest District Councils in the UK. We cover an area of approximately 290 square miles, have a population of 176,000, with an electorate of 142,000 and 37 Town/Parish Councils. We are looking for an exceptional, knowledgeable and enthusiastic person to lead our Electoral Services Team to deliver the whole range of electoral registration and elections functions. This will include community governance reviews as and when they arise, and also an electoral review of the District due to commence in 2020.
As well as ensuring that all aspects of the electoral registration and elections functions run smoothly and in accordance with the law, you will be the principal adviser on electoral matters to the Returning Officer (the Council’s Chief Executive), and to elected members, candidates, agents and the public. You must therefore be able to demonstrate an excellent knowledge of the law and procedures relating to electoral registration and elections, as well as extensive experience at an appropriate management level. You must also show that you have the leadership and interpersonal skills required for this demanding role, and the drive and commitment to move forward with change, including greater use of technology where permissible, to continue to deliver a high performing service.
Our main offices are in Lyndhurst at the heart of the New Forest, with easy access to the wide range of amenities on offer in nearby Southampton and Bournemouth.
• 27 days leave (plus an additional 5 days after 5 years' service)
• Payment of professional subscription
• Local Government Pension Scheme
• On-site parking
• Employee Assistance Programme
|Closing date||27th January|
|Final panel||7th February|
Please follow the link below to view the job description. You can then access further information about the role and apply for this job by clicking ‘Apply now’ and going to the dedicated website created by New Forest District Council.