RESPONSIBLE FINANCIAL OFFICER/ASSISTANT CLERK
Mumbles Community Council wishes to appoint a Responsible Financial Officer/Assistant Clerk to assist in executing the financial and administrative requirements of the Community Council.
The role of Responsible Financial Officer is designated under Section 151 of the Local Government Act 1972 and the postholder will be required to monitor and manage the Community Council’s finances in accordance with its financial regulations. Additional duties of the post will be to assist and support the Community Clerk in all aspects of the Council’s business.
The postholder will primarily work from home but will be required to work at times in the Community Council office and to attend daytime and evening meetings as required.
This is a new post and will initially be for 15 hours per week subject to review after 6 months.
The starting salary will be at Point 26 of the Local Government Pay scale as of April 2018, £23,866 Pro Rata.
For further information and application process please email the Chair of Mumbles Community Council at email@example.com.
Closing date for applications: Thursday October 18th at 5.00pm.
Mumbles Skatepark Project Vlog Series Part 2.
Video created by Jono Atkinson.
Chair of Mumbles Community Council Carrie Townsend Jones and the High Sheriff of West Glamorgan welcomed visitors at the Swansea City of Sanctuary Refugees welcome to Mumbles Day.
Local businesses generously donated food and local churches, including Tabernacle Church, All Saints and Our Lady Star of the Sea put on activities for the visitors.
I would like to start by welcoming our new councillor Dr Martin O’Neill who has been co-opted onto the council to represent West Cross ward. He has a wealth of experience and expertise that will be of real value to the council and our residents.
August has been a quiet month with the summer holidays meaning that meetings were not generally held.
I attended the Swansea City of Sanctuary Refugees welcome to Mumbles Day and myself and the High Sheriff of West Glamorgan welcomed the visitors to Mumbles and joined them again for tea at the end of the day when we enjoyed a rousing chorus of Sospan Bach from the singing group.
It was wonderful to see so many of our local businesses generously donating food and our local churches, including Tabernacle Church, All Saints and Our Lady Star of the Sea putting on activities for the visitors.
On August 15th I attended the briefing by the Welsh Government Independent Review Panel on the results of the Review of the Future of the Community and Town Council Sector in Wales. Please see attached Report.
On August 30th I was invited, along with The Lord Mayor of Swansea and the High Sheriff of West Glamorgan to judge the Classic Car Show at the Newton Road closure event. I would request council’s retrospective approval to attend this event on behalf of MCC.
The annual Mumboules Competition took place on Saturday September 1st with MCC entering a team including Councillors Martin O’Neill, Carwyn Thomas, Rob Marshall and myself with guest players Tonia Antoniazzi and her friend Eleanor Bozkurt. Having ‘mislaid’ Carwyn after the first round, Mumbles Rangers very kindly loaned us Carol Podbielski who was an admirable substitute. We reached the quarter-finals where we lost 2-1 to The Pilot in a closely fought contest. To date our team have raised £205 in sponsorship which will be divided between the Lord Mayor’s Charity Fund (Maggie’s Cancer Centre Swansea, West Glamorgan Youth Theatre Swansea, Eastside Foodbank and YMCA Young Carers Service), Ysgol Crug Glas and Tenovus.
I shall be attending the One Voice Wales AGM and Conference on Saturday September 29th in Builth Wells.
Carrie T Jones
Chair, Mumbles Community Council
Friday 19th and Saturday 20th October 2018 at the Ostreme Centre.