Are you looking for a new challenge, with part-time hours in your local community?
Are you a good communicator who likes helping people?
Are you a good organiser? Then this could be the role for you!
Oving Parish Council is currently recruiting for a Community Support Worker to continue an established parish project. The ideal candidate should be positive, compassionate, and caring, ideally with a background in health care, social care or teaching. A knowledge of the benefit system and local authorities would be beneficial however the ability to reach out to people and gain their confidence is paramount. You will be supporting adults with complex needs and running a monthly tea party at Oving Jubilee Hall (when COVID restrictions allow).
This role has previously been staffed by volunteers, however given the increasing challenges that we face in today’s environment, we would now like to employ someone to lead and extend the role.
The probation period for this role is three months with the intention of this becoming permanent for the right candidate. You will work six hours a day, two days a week but may need to be flexible to meet demand. Salary is commensurate with experience. The successful candidate will require a DBS check.
If this sounds like you, we would love to hear from you!
For a PDF version of this ad, please click here: Community Support Worker 13.2.21
Oving Parish Council
Notice of two vacancies for a Parish Councillor
Oving Parish Council has two vacancies for those eligible to become Parish Councillor
The ‘Vacancy for a Councillor’ notice has been published on all noticeboards dated 18th September 2017. If the Returning Officer has not received written notice to request that the vacancies be filled by election, the two vacancies will then be filled through the co-option process.
Public Rights of Way Routine Maintenance (PROW)
We have a new and keen Access Ranger who is our public Rights of Way inspector.
He will be organising an inspection of our Public Rights of Way next month (date yet unknown)
Following the inspection, he will be organising routine maintenance work to be carried out
BUT we (you) have the opportunity to notify him of any issues that we (you) are aware of.
It would be helpful if you could identify the pathway using the following iMap www.westsussex.gov.uk/imap I would suggest you read ‘How to use the iMap’ before using it as, unfortunately, it is not as intuitive as we would like.
Oving Now Has Fibre Broadband !
The Oving fibre Cabinet is now LIVE !
Many properties within the Oving Parish can now have access to fast fibre broadband. This is described as FTTC (Fibre to the Cabinet) and our designated Cabinet is Chichester 87. If you would like to find out if your property can now avail of faster broadband, you should contact your preferred Internet Company (ISP) and ask them what speeds they can delivery to you, and what contract terms.