Contract: Full time
Closing Date: 02/04/2023
Fife Council Employability Service is looking for a highly motivated individual to join their team as an Employability Project Officer. The role will require you to work alongside other members of the Employability Team to promote, administer and deliver high-quality employability programmes that help people to access and sustain employment.
To work proactively with other members of the Employability Service to promote, administer and deliver training courses that help people up-skill. To support the Employability Officers to engage with employers, in order to promote opportunities for participants to gain work experience and employment. To actively and enthusiastically support the delivery of Foundation and Modern Apprenticeships programmes in Fife, including planning and attendance at events, recording and reporting of project data and to undertake all other duties as required for the role.
You will need to be well organised, an excellent communicator and be driven to support others to succeed in their career aspirations.
Before confirming your appointment, you will be required to obtain Protection of Vulnerable Groups (PVG) scheme membership through Disclosure Scotland and become a member of the relevant PVG scheme.
As part of your application, you must provide us with a Supporting Statement which outlines to us how your skills and experience make you a good candidate for this vacancy. For more information, check out the How to Apply section of our Career Site. Without a Supporting Statement, your application will not be progressed. Please upload your Supporting Statement at the section marked ‘upload resumé’. Your Supporting Statement must not be a CV. More information is available on our Career site at www.fife.gov.uk/jobs/supportingstatement.
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- How We Work Matters – Our employees are expected to display and promote certain behaviours in the workplace. See our How We Work Matters behaviour framework for more information.
- Employee Benefits – Employees have access to a benefits package that offers discounts on a wide range of products and services.
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We are currently shaping our future workstyles however, in light of current advice, we are introducing blended home/office working that will include office access days each week with homeworking for the remainder of your working time.
For further information please contact: Lynne Dair – Lynne.email@example.com