Welcome to Hythe Town Council
Hythe, the Head Cinque Port, is set on the beautiful Kent coast where the quiet charm of many of the Cinque Port towns belies their important and sometimes violent role in the development of the nation’s seafaring and naval traditions.
Some survive as working ports. Indeed, Dover is a major international transport hub, others, like Hastings, maintain their historic role as centres of inshore fishing. New Romney, Winchelsea and Tenterden, in particular, have been stranded well inland by the retreating sea.
It is sometimes hard to believe that all were once amongst the most significant ports in England but by the 21st century, most of the Cinque Port towns have diversified well beyond their seafaring origins, but all repay the visitor with fascinating glimpses of their colourful past and its continuing influence upon the local, regional and national identity.
At a glance:
Vacancy – Hythe Town Council Administrative Assistant
HYTHE TOWN COUNCIL
POST OF PART-TIME ADMINISTRATION ASSISTANT
27½ HOURS PER WEEK
This post offers an opportunity for training and progression within the Council
A Job Description is available on the following link
Please apply with a cover letter together with your CV to:
The Town Clerk
Oaklands 1 Stade Street
HYTHE CT21 6BG
Closing date 28th February 2020
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