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Current vacancies

Business Support Officer (Finance)

Job Advert 
Salary: Grade D – (£20,494 to £23,080, pro rata for part time)  
Job reference: H22/02
Hours per week: 22
Location: Fleet in Hart District (NE Hampshire)
Type: Permanent
Closing Date: 5pm on Monday 31 January  
Interview date: TBC

The Job

An opportunity has arisen in Corporate Services Team for a Part Time Business Support Officer BSO - Accounts Receivable. 

The key responsibilities for the role of BSO Accounts Receivable are as follows:

  • You will act as a point of contact to provide accurate and timely information and advice to internal and external customers and stakeholders on council processes and procedures, answering queries promptly, providing guidance and resolving queries from initial contact to resolution. This will include recognising when queries need to be referred elsewhere
  • Allocate cash collected and apply to customer accounts in various software
  • Manually raising invoices, uploading invoices and setting up new customer accounts
  • Assistance in providing prime documents to external auditors at financial year end
  • Assist in production of monthly and periodic Accounts Receivable reports

The Applicant

The following experience is required for this role: 

  • A background in accounts receivable/cash collection within a local government would be highly advantageous however applicants with accounts receivable/cash collection from complex organisation will also be considered.
  • Knowledge of accounts payable would be beneficial. 
  • Confident in dealing with highly complex problems with internal/external customers

Please find attached the Business Support Officer - Finance job description

Interviews are scheduled to be held on site at Hart District Council Offices.

For further information regarding the post, please contact Gary Hall,

Please click to apply for vacancy H22/02

Community Partnerships and Projects Officer

Salary: Grade I – (£37,516 - £40,471)
Job Reference: H22/01
Hours per week: 37
Location: Based at Fleet in Hart District (NE Hampshire) - Can be home based 80% of the time. 
Type: Permanent
Closing Date: 12pm on Friday 28 January 2022
Interviews are scheduled to be held via Microsoft Teams on Wednesday 2 February 2022

The job

Hart District Council are currently recruiting for a Community Partnerships & Projects Officer on a full-time permanent contract. The role will be subject to a six-month probationary period. 

The post will lead on coordination of the ‘Here for Hart’ Supporting Communities plan and a range of community partnerships and projects to drive forward action to:

  • Support communities to recover from the impacts of the pandemic
  • Improve health and wellbeing in communities
  • Better understand and tackle social and health inequalities 
  • Nurture safe, supportive and inclusive communities

Where appropriate, the role will contribute towards partner organisations’ strategies, plans and programmes where there is alignment with the above aims, advocating for the needs of Hart’s communities and proactively identifying opportunities for collective action. 

The post will also be responsible for supporting the Council to meet its equality duties in relation to residents.

The applicant

  • Working with the Social Inclusion and Partnerships Manager, other internal colleagues and a range of external partners, to deliver on the ‘Here for Hart’ Supporting Communities plan. 
  • Collate, analyse and present evidence of wellbeing and welfare needs and inequalities within the district, to inform ongoing development of the ‘Here for Hart’ Supporting Communities plan and specific projects. 
  • Lead on co-ordination of the ‘Here for Hart’ Wellbeing and Welfare Group to drive and coordinate joint action across partners, to support the wellbeing and welfare of Hart’s communities. 
  • Work with Hart Voluntary Action and Rushmoor Borough Council to co-ordinate the formal Hart and Rushmoor Local Children’s Partnership and the more informal Hart Starting Well Network.
  • To proactively identify external funding opportunities and draft, coordinate and complete bids to support projects. 
  • Be a key contact on health and wellbeing issues with Hampshire Public Health, other district authorities, health partners, voluntary sector and other stakeholders.
  • Help to shape relevant local strategies and programmes led by key partners such as NHS and Hampshire County Council, advocating for the needs of Hart residents.
  • Working with other Hart District Council teams, to provide a health and wellbeing input on new projects and policies. 
  • Support the council to meet its equality duties. 

The Council has a strong commitment to achieving equality and opportunity in both services to the community and in the employment of people and expects all employees to understand and promote its policies in their own work, including undertaking any training where necessary.

Please find attached the Community Partnerships & Projects Officer job description

For further information regarding the post, please contact Guy Clayton - Social Inclusion and Partnerships Manager via email at

Please click to apply for vacancy H22/01

Recently closed vacancies

Estate Surveyor

Salary: Grade I (£37,516 to £40,471, pro rata for part time) 
Job reference: H21/30
Hours per week: 18.5 (would consider annualised hours)
Location: Based at Fleet in Hart District (NE Hampshire) – Can be home based 80% of the time. 
Type: Permanent  
Closing Date: 17th January 2022  

Please find attached the Estate Surveyor job description

Hart District Council is an equal opportunities employer. View the Employment Application privacy notice that will apply if you are taken forward to the interview stage. Our corporate policies for more information about our working practices and policies. You can also find out more generally about working in local government and career opportunities for young people

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