Vacancy for a Street Cleaner

Gilberdyke Parish Council

Vacancy for a Street Cleaner

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Do you want to help keep our village clean, tidy and safe to live, work and play in and take pride in being part of this?

The Parish Council is looking for a dedicated, hardworking and enthusiastic individual to fill a vacancy for a part time (16 hours per week) street cleaner.

Working in the village, duties include:

  • maintaining a designated area to a high standard of cleanliness, taking personal responsibility and ownership of Zones in the village.
  • adhering to all Parish Council Health and Safety policies and procedures.

The successful applicant must have a reasonable level of fitness as the role is entirely manual.

All equipment and PPE are provided and the Parish Council pays a competitive wage in return.

Please contact the Parish Clerk on gilberdykeparishclerk@yahoo.com or by telephoning 01430 410383 for details on how to apply or have an informal discussion.

 

Anti Social Behaviour Report from ERYC

Please find links to the latest report of anti social behaviour in Howedenshire, which include Gilberdyke.  In light of the apparent increase in ABS in the village, the Parish Council will be asking our local Police Liaison Officer to attend a forthcoming Parish Meeting to discuss how this matter is being dealt with.

We shall advise residents when this is arranged and you  can either attend the meeting or advise the Parish Council of anything you want raising with the Police

The report can be found by click here Howdenshire

An accompanying leaflet can be found here Accompanying letter_leaflet

Cleaning improvements in the village

A new cleaning schedule will be introduced as of 1st December 2020 in the village in order to improve the general tidiness and cleanliness of the village.  The key features of this are:

  • Cleaning will be carried out on a daily basis, ensuring there is no build up of litter
  • Cleaning will be split into zones with each of the street cleaners having responsibility for designated areas.  If residents have any concerns about cleaning, please contact the Parish Clerk with location and details of the concern and these will be addressed.  The cleaning zones can be found by clicking here Cleaning Zones as of 1st December 2020
  • The playing field and playgrounds will be included in the cleaning schedule going forward.

The Youth Project are currently working on a anti litter campaign to encourage everyone to take responsibility for keeping Gilberdyke a lovely place to live in…. further details to follow.

Councillors will once again like to thank Terry and Chris for all their ongoing hard work in keeping the village tidy

 

New Parish Councillors

The Parish Council is very pleased to announce two new Parish Cllrs, Carl Stevens and Justin Arnold

Carl and Justin will commence their duties from the December 2020 Meeting when they will be formally instated into office by the Chair.  The Parish Council look forward to working with both our new Cllrs in keeping Gilberdyke a safe and  nice place to live.

The Paris Council would also once again take the opportunity to thank Paul Robinson and John Jessop for all their hard work as Parish Cllrs over their many years of dedicated service to the community.  The Parish Council will miss both Paul and John’s expertise, knowledge and valuable contributions to the team