Fife Cultural Trust
Fife Cultural Trust

Charity registered in Scotland SC043442

Current vacancies

Press and Communications Officer

  • Full time
  • £25,980 – £32,944
  • Kirkcaldy
  • Closing 23rd June 2019

Fife Cultural Trust is an ambitious charity; its vision is for Fife to be a culturally vibrant and rewarding place to live, work, study and visit.

A challenging and exciting opportunity has arisen with Fife Cultural Trust.

Buzzing with ideas and passionate about cultural experiences, you will already have current and relevant experience in a media or PR environment.

As Press and Communications Officer you will provide expert professional advice to the Executive Team and other staff within Fife Cultural Trust. You will use your experience and skills to develop positive media interest and coverage of events and services across a range of media channels for Fife Cultural Trust, building our brand content strategy.

Your excellent copy-writing skills are an essential skill for the role. You will be responsible for generating internal and external communications for Fife Cultural Trust and provide our media service.

In return we can offer the successful candidate contributory pension scheme, employee discounts, generous annual leave and flexible working schemes and a range of wellbeing initiatives.

Closed vacancies
This vacancy has now closed

Macmillan Volunteer Co-ordinator

  • Full time
  • £22,807 – £25,980
  • Head Office, Kirkcaldy
  • Closing 6th May 2019

Fife Cultural Trust (ONFife) has partnered with Macmillan Cancer Support to provide support for people affected by cancer in our local communities, so we are looking for an outgoing, experienced Volunteer Coordinator to join a small team to deliver an exciting new project based in Kirkcaldy, Fife.

We are launching Macmillan Cancer Information and Support points in four libraries in Fife to ensure people affected by cancer can access high quality information and support in our local communities.

Volunteer-led, drop-in support will be at the heart of this project, so you will be responsible for recruiting, training, coordinating, supporting and inspiring a vital team of volunteers to provide information and a listening ear to support to people affected by cancer.

You will work closely with the Macmillan Project Officer to plan, promote, implement and evaluate the project to meet Fife Cultural Trust and Macmillan Cancer Support quality standards and to ensure long term sustainability of this support for people affected by cancer in Fife.

If you are an enthusiastic, confident, experienced volunteer coordinator with an understanding of the impact volunteers can have and a passion for building relationships and inspiring others, then we would love to hear from you!

The postholder is required to travel throughout Fife. This post requires the successful candidate to undergo a PVG check.

What we offer

If this sounds like we’re expecting a lot, you’re right — we are! Because the people of Fife deserve the best. But your best will be rewarded. We offer the successful candidate a competitive salary, contributory Local Government Pension Scheme, employee discounts, generous annual leave and flexible working.