Lewes District Council Jobs - Public Sector Full Time, Part Time, Temp Vacancies

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Lewes is rather like Whitstable in Kent, a place where small independent retailers have been able to survive and thrive on a traditional looking high street. Efforts to keep customers and local businesses in the town have led to the creation of the Lewes Pound. The acclaimed Harvey & Son's brewery is also based in the town. At the time of writing local authority jobs in the area were published on the Jobs Go Public website, latest vacancies were:

  • Electoral Services Manager - £31,374 to £34,076 - Based in Southover House, Lewes
  • Civic and Member Services Officer - £23,846 to £25,442 - Based in Lewes
  • Housing Officer - £23,846 - £25,442 - Lewes
Lewes District Council Jobs

Lewes District Council Jobs

  • 32 High Street, Lewes, East Sussex BN7 2LX
  • Tel: 01273 484253
  • Email: jobs@lewes.gov.uk

Employment benefits (at the time of writing).

  • Pension Scheme
  • Annual Leave - 24, 26 or 28 days
  • Flexitime scheme
  • Flexible Working Hours
  • Paid Sickness Entitlement
  • Discounted Sports Facilities
  • Childcare Vouchers
  • Flexible Retirement
  • Season Ticket Loans
  • Tax Free Cycles
  • Car Allowances

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