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  • Full time or Part time
  • £24,806
  • Kirkcaldy
  • Closing 5th May 2023

  • Advertised from 14th April 2023
  • Part time or full time roles available


Fife International Forum is a people led charitable organisation, we strive to value the individual; to be inclusive, innovative, honest, and accountable and to work together.

We engage with and support members of international communities to deal with the many challenges faced in health, social and the economic environment, empowering and enabling families to establish themselves successfully in Scotland.

We are expanding our staff team and looking for highly motivated and dynamic individuals to join our casework team. The roles will involve delivering a holistic information and support service, managing a caseload, and working in partnership with other voluntary sector organisations and local government.

Caseworkers – full time Salary £24,806 (part-time pro rata)

Posts will be based in Kirkcaldy but must be willing to travel throughout Fife.

The post holder will work in partnership with colleagues, individuals, and families from international communities to:

  • Manage a diverse caseload, engaging with individuals, undertaking a full assessment supporting individuals to tackle the challenges faced.
  • Empower people to develop confidence to make decisions about their future and to improve communication with support services.
  • Develop case plans identify actions required and agree timelines. Monitor and evaluate progress towards achievement of goals.
  • A driving licence and access to a vehicle is desirable for the role.

The roles require proficiency and confidence in using Microsoft packages and electronic case management systems. Experience of working with vulnerable individuals, ideally with ethnic minority communities. You will have a positive approach to equalities and human rights. Some experience of working with triage systems and case working principles would be advantageous. Successful applicants will be expected to have a good command of English both written and orally. Also, to have the ability to communicate effectively with people whose first language is not English. A willingness to develop through ongoing learning and reflective practice.

Application notes

Contact: for further information about this role

Closing date: Friday 5 May 2023 at 17:00

Interview dates: 17/18 May 2023