15 HOURS PER WEEK OF A 37 HOUR ROLE
LC Scale 11 -13 £15,507 - £16,191 pro rata
Key duties will include covering reception, answering email & phone enquiries, filing, updating website, creating documents, mail merge, updating spreadsheets, assisting with civic events and general administrative tasks
The ideal candidates should be highly motivated with excellent IT skills, good organisational skills, be able to work individually or as part of a team, and have office experience preferably in local government
Application forms must be completed by all applicants
CVs will not be accepted
Closing Date: 24th October 2016 at 5.00 pm
Interview Date: 8th November 2016
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Click here for the job description and person specification
Ludlow Calendar of Events 2017
Call for Adverts and Listings.
Please see application forms for very reasonable rates.
Please return forms by 7th October 2016.
Ludlow Museum at the Buttercross
Open 12th August 2016. Open Every Week.
Friday 10-4pm, Saturday 10-4pm, Sunday 10-4pm.
Closed between Christmas Eve and New Years Day.
Follow the link to The Friends of Ludlow Museum Website
Complete Ludlow MP Philip Dunne's Surveys
Click here to go directly to his website and the surveys
Nominations for New Street Names in Ludlow
Annual Report for 2015-2016
Click here to read the annual report for 2015-2016
Next MeetingFull Council - Monday 26th September 2016 - 7pm
Shropshire Council has made sandbags available outside the old depot in Coder Road Industrial Estate and in Lower Corve Street.
Weather reports are being monitored and it is anticipated that sandbags will be available in Temeside on Wednesday.
LUDLOW COMMUNITY HEALTH NEWS
Ludlow welcomed Patron of Walking With The Wounded Expedition, Prince Harry
who walked from Church Stretton to Ludlow Castle on day 40 of the 72 day
1,000 mile walk by six inspiring veterans with injuries sustained in combat.
Friends of Ludlow Arts
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The historic market town of Ludlow is celebrated for its distinctive individual charm. Ludlow Town Council (LTC) is proud to be actively involved development of Ludlow for the benefit of residents and visitors.
Ludlow still retains elements of its original medieval layout and has nearly five hundred listed buildings. Arguably, the most famous is the magnificently preserved ruin of Ludlow Castle dating from 1085.
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