Part-Time Ranger (Fixed Term)
Employer:Chorley Borough Council
Published:Thu 15/03/2012 14:38 PM
Closing date:Mon 26/03/2012 23:59 PM
Working pattern:Part Time, Temporary position
Salary:£15,470- £16,536 pro rata
Scale 3 (£15,470- £16,536 pro rata)
Fixed Term Part-Time position (7.25 hours per week)
We are looking to appoint a Part-Time Ranger on a fixed term contract until March 2013, to be part of our Ranger’s Team.
You will be based at award-winning Yarrow Valley Country Park but will cover other parks and open spaces across the borough.
Sharing our passion for high quality services you must be a team player and have had previous experience of working in the parks/countryside service.
The available post will work one day per-week.
For an information chat regarding this position please call Andy Brown (Parks & Open Spaces Manager) on 01257 515574
For further information please telephone 01257 515178. To apply on-line please visit our website at www.chorley.gov.uk/jobs .
The closing date for completed application forms is midnight, Monday 26th March .
Interviews are scheduled for Tuesday 3rd April .
If you can’t find the job you are looking for with Chorley Council then try looking at http://www.lancashire4jobs.co.uk/ for other Council vacancies within Lancashire.
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