supporting, developing and representing community groups,
voluntary organisations, social enterprises and volunteering
Fife Council - Community Education Worker
Created: 10/01/2022, Updated: 11/01/2022
Post: Community Education Worker
Hours: 36 hours per week
Salary: £26,768 - £33,939
Location: Based in Glenrothes but working throughout Fife
Fife Council's Communities and Neighbourhoods Service is committed to working alongside communities to improve life chances for people of all ages through learning, personal development, and active citizenship programmes. It works to support communities to become stronger, more resilient and inclusive.
You will be part of the Community Development (Support) Team where you will concentrate your time developing and supporting the work of the Community Engagement agenda for Fife Council. You will be required to consider consultation and engagement activities as part of the wider context of reforms and changes. Your work will champion positive community engagement, working with others to support Council-wide approaches to community consultation and engagement. You will be required to provide advice, guidance and support to a range of staff teams on the use of the National Standards for Community Engagement (NSfCE), lead the implementation of a new online engagement programme and have lead responsibility for ensuring the Council's live Consultation Diary is populated and kept up-to-date to encourage the sharing of good practice. This involves you leading an exercise promoting the use of the Consultation diary to aid organisations and Council services in its community engagement and building a framework around community engagement to include a web-based resource, incorporating effective consultation tools.
You will work closely with area-based colleagues to shape, inform and undertake the development of The Council Community Engagement agenda, seeking advice and guidance to help inform the service approach.
For more information/to apply for this role, please visit Fife Council's website. Apply by 30 January 2022.