We advertise ALL our job vacancies at www.fife.gov.uk/jobs
At Fife Council, we offer a wide range of career opportunities, from entry level jobs, where experience and qualifications aren’t always required, through to professional roles. From social care, teaching and early years, to hospitality, environmental health, housing and transportation - and much more.
Find out more about working for us at www.fife.gov.uk/jobs/workingwithus
If you’re ready to be a community leader and want to help us build a better Fife, you can search for current job vacancies or sign up for job alerts
For help with the application process, go to www.fife.gov.uk/jobs/howtoapply
Fife Childcare Services operate a number of Out of School Clubs (OOSC’s) across Fife for school-age children to play, learn and have fun in groups. Clubs are usually based in or near schools. Each club provides care and support for children and young people aged 4 -14 years in mainstream services, or up to age 18 in our Additional Support Needs OOSC’s.
Careers in Health and Social Care are all about helping people - our carers offer support to people who are having problems with their physical health and/or who have a learning disability or mental health issue. By joining our team, you can really make a difference.
Come and work with us in Fife Council’s Planning Team. One of Scotland’s largest Planning Authorities, we are at the forefront of delivering various Planning functions through digital networks as part of our modern, forward-thinking culture. The right candidates can look forward to a high level of support and encouragement whilst addressing some of the biggest challenges we face in tackling climate change.
TEACH IN FIFE
If you are an enthusiastic teacher with high ambitions for yourself and young people; committed to raising educational attainment and keen to work in a vibrant and progressive educational environment, then Fife Council could have the job for you!
It can be tough to find work. We want to help you get a job and keep a job, whether you stay at the council or decide to move on to other things. We offer entry level jobs, apprenticeships, traineeships and academies so there are lots of ways to start your career with us.
While gaining workplace experience as part of a team, you will learn the importance of timekeeping, working to deadlines, communication skills and self- management.