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Working with FVA

  • This page shows our current vacancies, gives information about what it's like to work for FVA and links to the relevant documents to enable you to apply to work with FVA.

    Benefits of Working for FVA

    We think there's lots of reasons and benefits for people to choose to come and work here at FVA. We think people will enjoy working in an organisation that is committed to doing the best for the people of Fife, values their people and operates with integrity and honesty. Anybody joining FVA will be working alongside supportive, professional and committed colleagues. FVA has a proven track record of delivering outcomes, partnership working and improving communities in Fife.

    Here's a list of key benefits that FVA employees enjoy:
    • We're committed to always paying above the voluntary Real Living Wage (we're an accredited Real Living Wage employer)
    • 8% pension, with the organisation contributing 7%
    • Organisational sick pay, topping up statutory sick pay to full-pay and then half-pay for longer absences (length of cover increases based on length of service)
    • Additional pay for parental leave, over and above statutory maternity/paternity pay
    • Flexible working practices including home/office working and working patterns
    • Onsite parking
    • Significantly reduced gym membership at Fife Sports & Leisure Trust, covering all of their facilities in Fife
    • Salary sacrifice scheme for electric vehicles
    • Cycle to Work scheme membership
    • Access to unlimited, free GP appointments 24/7 via remote technology
    • Confidential counselling helpline (also 24/7)
    • A large range of employee perks such as discounts at online and traditional retailers (including Tesco, Sainsburys, Argos etc.)
    • Free Amazon vouchers or other perks throughout the year
    • Payroll savings scheme with Kingdom Community Bank

    Current Vacancies

    Administrative Officer

    Full-time, 35 hours per week, normal business hours
    Based in Dunfermline
    Closing date for applications: 12 noon on Monday 18 September 2023.
    Interview date: Wednesday 27 September 2023.
    Job description and person specification

    Building Support Officer

    Guaranteed 16 hours per week (option to do more), days and hours can be negotiated
    Covering offices in Dunfermline, Kirkcaldy, Leven and Glenrothes (expenses paid for travel between sites)
    Closing date for applications: 12 noon on Monday 18 September 2023.
    Interview date: Thursday 28 September 2023.
    Job description and person specification


    Job application form - Word document
    Guidance document - support to complete the Application Form - PDF file
    This Guidance document also includes the Data Protection Privacy Notice for job applicants.

This page was last updated on 31 August 2023.
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