Recovery Project Coordinator (Fife) 


Home-based; although you will be expected to travel throughout Fife. 


25 hours per week (working day/hours negotiable) 


£17,857 p.a. 


One-year (subject to extension depending on funding)

Action on Elder Abuse Scotland are committed to ending elder abuse, and supporting those who have experienced or are worried about it. We’re currently setting up a new project in Fife to support the recovery of older people who have experienced any kind of harm and abuse, and help them regain their confidence and independence.

As this is a pilot project, it’s success is vital to allow us to roll it out further and support more people.

Do you have the motivation, passion and skills to make this project a success and make a real difference to the lives of vulnerable older people?

As Project Coordinator, you’ll recruit, support and manage a team of volunteers, match them with clients, and actively promote the project to a range of key partners throughout Fife. This is a unique new pilot project, the first of its kind in Scotland, so we need someone who:

  • is self-motivated, and able to manage a varied workload
  • understands the needs of vulnerable people, and can deliver services in a person-centred way
  • has experience of managing and supporting volunteers
  • has proven project management skills and experience.

Most importantly, we’re looking for someone with the passion and drive to make a difference to the lives of victims of abuse. If this is you, we’d love to hear from you!

Further information:

You can find out more about the project here.

If you'd like an informal chat about this role, please contact Lesley Carcary or call 0749 666 3815.

Closing date for receipt of applications is Monday 26th March, and interviews will be held on 18th April in Dunfermline.

Recruitment documents:

Job description & Person Specification

Application form & Equal opportunities monitoring form

Recruitment leaflet

Self-declaration form