Applicants Sought for Grass Cutting Operative – 6 Month Contract

Friday, April 1st, 2016
Filed under: News Item

 

AMERSHAM TOWN COUNCIL

GRASS CUTTING OPERATIVE

6 MONTH CONTRACT

Full-Time – 37 hours per week

£16,231 per annum

plus London Allowance of £573 per annum

A hard working. reliable individual is required to assist the Depot team cutting grass in and around Amersham.

  • Additional duties will include sports ground maintenance, gardening, grave preparation, helping to maintain parks, gardens and open spaces.
  • Full clean driving licence – essential, with trailer entitlement (B+E) – preferred

For further details please contact:

Mark Richardson, Amersham Town Council, Flint Barn Court, Church Street, Amersham, Bucks, HP7 0DB

E-mail: MarkR@amersham-tc.gov.uk

 

Click to view and download the job application form – Grass Cutting Operative Job Application form

Click to view and download the job description – Grass Cutting Operative Job Description

Closing date for applications – 15th April 2016

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