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PA to the Chief Executive

PA to the Chief Executive (Ref 001153)
37 Hours per week Salary GBP29,636 to GBP32,878 per annum

Great Yarmouth Borough Council is an ambitious local authority with big plans for the future and massive opportunities ahead. With one of the most successful enterprise zones in the country, Great Yarmouth is Englands offshore energy hub and Norfolks biggest seaside resort at the edge of the Broads National Park.

We are looking for a highly motivated individual to join a small team to support the Councils Chief Executive.

As an experienced PA supporting the Chief Executive you will be used to working in a professional and supportive environment and keen to work for a dynamic and ambitious authority.

You will need to be organised, flexible and confident and have excellent interpersonal skills and fully conversant in Microsoft Office.

The role is to work closely with the Executive Leadership Team providing support, including diary management, answering correspondence and organising and taking notes for meetings and events.

In return we will offer you a varied and challenging role with opportunities for professional development.

If you are as ambitious as we are, you enjoy a challenge and you are looking
to further your career in a dynamic environment, apply now and become part of the exciting new team driving Great Yarmouth forward.

If you would like to have an informal discussion about the role, please contact Sheila Oxtoby, Chief Executive on .

Closing date: 11 November 2019
Interviews: Week commencing 18 November 2019

We offer a friendly working environment with attractive terms and conditions including generous holiday entitlement, flexible working and membership of the Local Government Pension Scheme.

Please note CVs are not accepted.

To apply click on the 'Apply via website' button.

The Council operates an equal opportunities policy and we welcome applications from all parts of the community.


PA to the Chief Executive

Thorpe Rd, Norwich NR1 1AA, UK

Published on 2 Dec 2019