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Open Doors is delivering the fantastic  Employment Recruitment Incentive (Targeted Young Person) ERI TYP across Scotland. This is being spearheaded by ENABLE Scotland who have joined the ‘Open Doors’ Consortium in partnership with 5 leading 3rd Sector organisations and funded by Skills Development Scotland.  The scheme can offer employers £1500 for every Targeted Young Person that […]

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Plans to relocate The Ecology Centre in Fife to a new sustainable building will now go ahead, thanks to a £920,849 award from the Big Lottery Fund, announced today. The organisation, based on the east shore of Kinghorn Loch, will move from their current premises to a nearby site that will enable them to continue […]

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If your group is interested in acquiring the frame for a 30 foot by 90 foot polytunnel then we have one available. You will need to be able to uplift the poles (from Kirkcaldy) and a condition of the donation is that the polytunnel can be shared with FRSP partners as required. You will need […]

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Thanks to funding from the Fife Youth Jobs Contract, the Centre for Stewardship (based on Falkland Estate) has a 6 month+ vacancy available for an Estate Property Maintenance Assistant. Closing date is 11th December. Duties Carry out a range of maintenance tasks on Falkland Estate properties, both residential, commercial and charitable. Reporting to the Estate […]

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Thanks to funding from Community Jobs Scotland, the Centre for Stewardship (based on Falkland Estate) has a 6 month+ vacancy available for a Senior Land Worker. This is an exciting and varied position. You will get the chance to lead a small team on a whole variety of outdoor activities relating to estate management including woodland […]

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This brief will provide the background and requirements of the Fife Rural Skills Partnership (FRSP) to refresh the Partnerships business plan and produce a realistic and deliverable action plan. FRSP are looking to engage a consultant to carry out a time limited piece of work which will provide a clear direction for the Partnership over […]

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Fife Health and Wellbeing Alliance have £63,500 for funding one off projects working to reduce health inequalities. This can include work related to employability. Application for a one off grant of up to £5000 is open to voluntary sector and community group initiatives (not currently funded by FHWA) which meet the health and wellbeing needs […]

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