OnFife is Fife's largest cultural organisation specialising in making jaws drop, hearts warm, eyes light up and imaginations run wild. They work with a huge range of partners, artists and creatives and their spaces are some of Fife's favourite places. An ambitious leadership-oriented charity, OnFife is built on strong values - fearless, inviting, fair and exciting.
OnFife offer a local government pension scheme, generous holiday allowance and flexible working opportunities. If you need to travel for work, they can provide pool cars if you're near head office or pay travel expenses so you are not out of pocket. You can also access discounted gym/swim memberships and other employee benefits.
OnFife is an equal opportunities employer. OnFife is proud to support the Armed Forces community and are committed to the Armed Forces Covenant.
Following a recent restructure OnFife has an exciting opportunity for wellbeing project support to join the cultural heritage and wellbeing team. With 35 libraries - 29 managed directly by OnFife's operations staff - working alongside their museums, galleries and theatres, there is tremendous scope to make a real difference to local people through service development across Fife.
Working closely with the wellbeing coordinator the postholder will support the delivery of community wellbeing projects, events, services and programming within libraries, heritage and theatres across OnFife teams and in Fife's communities. They will also assist in the development of potential library, creative and cultural services to meet the needs of Fifers.
OnFife would love to hear from you if you have an enthusiasm for working with adults and are passionate about promoting OnFife events and activities with a focus on community-led wellbeing. You should have confidence and a sense of fun to enable delivery of popular activities such as Moments in Time reminiscence and Tovertafel (Magic Table) sessions for those living with dementia, Walk On and supporting their reading groups.
You'll have experience of multi-tasking on activities and working at busy, fun events. An excellent knowledge of adult fiction/non-fiction is required. You require a good standard of technical skills and ability to create and edit online content, promotional materials and social media posts. You should enjoy working as part of a team as well as independently. Excellent time management skills and the ability to juggle a busy diary and manage many administrative tasks is essential.
As the post requires you to travel, you will ideally have a driving licence and access to transport or be happy to use public transport and due to the nature of the work you will be expected to be a member of the PVG Scheme (OnFife can facilitate this if you aren't a member yet).
How to Apply
If you would like to find out more information about this role before applying, please contact Samantha MacDougall, Community Wellbeing Manager, for an informal chat on[email protected]
To apply, complete the application form and equal opportunities form and return them to the HR team at [email protected]