Wiltshire Council is seeking people that love weddings
Registration Ceremony Officers help to create a day to remember for couples marrying or forming Civil Partnerships in Wiltshire.
Wiltshire Council is inviting people to come and meet the Registration Ceremonies team to find out more about the role and watch a typical ceremony demonstration at Bourne Hill, Salisbury SP1 3UZ on Saturday 14 January from 2pm - 4pm.
Cllr Ashley O'Neill, Cabinet Member for Staffing and Communities said; "Following the Covid pandemic we have seen a surge in the number of people booking ceremonies and we now have vacancies for six Ceremony Officers to work across the county.
"This could be the start of a new adventure for anyone that loves weddings and this event on Saturday will be a good opportunity to talk to current team members about the role."
Ceremony Officers work with couples to help create their perfect day and perform ceremonies at venues across Wiltshire. They perform a range of ceremonies including, Marriage and Civil Partnership, combination ceremonies, conversion of Civil Partnership to Marriage, Celebration of Marriage and Welcoming Ceremonies.
They work with couples to create a ceremony that truly reflects their, advising couples on vows, promises, music and readings but also offer personalised elements such as Hand tying, Sand ceremonies, Unity candles and more.
For anyone not able to come along to the event, details about the role of Registration Ceremony Officer can be found on the Wiltshire Council website at jobs.wiltshire.gov.uk.