Fife Council jobs being advertised in Glenrothes, St Andrews, Cupar, Anstruther, Dunfermline

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Popular jobs with Fife Council start your career as · Reviewing Officer · Principal Teacher · Customer Service Advisor · Assistant Cook · Teacher

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  • Reviewing Officer

    Location Glenrothes, Scotland
    Salary £3,831,249 – £4,606,509
    Closing Date 31 May 2022
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  • Project Manager (Contractual)

    Location Glenrothes, Scotland
    Salary £3,831,249 – £4,606,509
    Closing Date 23 May 2022
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  • Depute Headteacher

    Location St Andrews, Scotland
    Salary £55,740
    Closing Date 24 May 2022
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  • Principal Teacher

    Location Cupar, Scotland
    Salary £46,158
    Closing Date 30 May 2022
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  • Peripatetic Team Manager

    Location Dunfermline, Scotland
    Salary £4,606,509 – £5,038,251
    Closing Date 23 May 2022
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  • Database Support Coordinator(Part-time)

    Location Cowdenbeath, Scotland
    Salary £2,201,889 – £2,430,900
    Closing Date 01 June 2022
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  • Customer Service Advisor (Contractual)

    Location Dunfermline, Scotland
    Salary £1,967,246 – £2,201,889
    Closing Date 18 June 2022
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  • Cleaner

    Location Cupar, Scotland
    Salary £18583.73
    Closing Date 01 June 2022
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  • Teacher

    Location Cupar, Scotland
    Salary £28113 – £42336
    Closing Date 31 May 2022
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  • Assistant Cook

    Location Anstruther, Scotland
    Salary £1,858,373

    Closing Date 01 June 2022
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Job Benefits & Perks at Fife Council

By choosing to work for Fife Council, you will gain access to a range of local and national discounts. Make savings on your shopping, restaurant and holiday bookings!
As Fife Council are an accredited Living Wage employer paying the Scottish Local Government Living Wage, Fife Council guarantee that you will earn more than the National Minimum Wage regardless of the role you choose!
Fife Council also offer an occupational pension scheme, generous holiday allowance and flexible working opportunities. If you need to travel for work, Fife Council can provide pool cars or pay travel expenses so you are not out of pocket!
Fife Council want to make working for Fife Council work for Fife Council staff! Fife Council provide a range of employee benefits to contribute to their welfare and a better standard of living.
This includes:

  • Discounts – Fife Council want Fife Council staff to enjoy as many benefits of being a Fife Council employee as possible and they can get discounts through Fife Council national and local discount providers.
  • Financial wellbeing – Fife Council want to support staff to look after their financial wellbeing as well as their physical and mental wellbeing. Fife Council’ve got some options to boost their pension as well as affordable loans through Fife Council partner providers.
  • Lifestyle benefits – Fife Council offer a Cycle Scheme, Technology Scheme and Microsoft Home Use Programme.
  • Buying annual leave – Fife Council normally run a scheme which allows staff to buy additional annual leave.
  • Long service awards – Fife Council recognise staff who have long service with local government.

About Fife Council

Fife Council is the local authority for the Fife area of Scotland and is the third largest Scottish council, with 75 elected council members.
Councillors are generally elected every five years. At the 2012 election there were 78 councillors elected, but this was reduced to 75 by the time of the 2017 election, after a review by the Boundary commission for Scotland. The number of wards was reduced from 23 to 22.
Councillors make decisions at its regular Council meetings, or at those of its nine other general committees (covering for example Tourism and transportation, Education, Environment, Housing, Licensing etc.), two planning committees, and seven area committees.
Following the May 2017 council elections no party was in overall control, resulting in a Power Sharing Agreement being drawn up between the Scottish National Party (SNP) and the Labour group to share control equally. David Alexander (SNP) and David Ross (Labour) were agreed as co-leaders of the council.

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