Fife Health & Social Care Partnership brings together Fife Council, NHS Fife and Independent and Third Sector Care partners, working together to provide care and support to the people of Fife. Opportunities and roles are available with all these partners.

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Our ambition is to inspire our workforce to strive to achieve the best outcomes for the people of Fife, to assure our workforce that their wellbeing is at the heart of what we do and that they are supported within their workplace, wherever that is, across the whole of our Partnership.

We want to inspire you to join our workforce and we need people like you, to train, learn and help us to deliver amazing care in an inspiring environment.

Working for the Fife Health and Social Care Partnership offers many flexible options to suit. If you are studying for a qualification, raising a family, or juggling other responsibilities, working for us can enable you to combine these commitments with your work.


"Fife Health and Social Care Partnership gives employee’s the chance to advance their learning and development. There is always opportunities to progress within your teams and managers support their staff to strive and get the best of their time as an Employee.”


Emma Forrest
Social Work Assistant

Our services

To deliver reform, transformation and sustainability Fife Health and Social Care Partnership was restructured to create clearer, more service user aligned care pathways that enable the people that need to work together to be a team together. This seeks to create the conditions for a collaborative, systems approach to service design and delivery through operational delivery, professional standards and business enabling and support services.

These service areas include:

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Quality of life

With its stunning beauty, rich history and abundance of sporting and leisure activities, Fife is a fantastic place to live and work, with an identity and a character all of its own. The cost of living here is lower than the national Scottish average and house prices offer superb value for money, providing you with a high standard of living and quality of life.

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Getting here

The major economic and cultural hubs of Edinburgh, Stirling, Perth and Dundee are all within easy commuting distance. In Fife you really can have it all. 

By road

If you are driving from Edinburgh and the south, Edinburgh is directly connected by the Queensferry Crossing. Then head to Dunfermline where the A92 takes you further into Fife.

From Glasgow and the west, it is easiest to take the M8 to Edinburgh and then head to Fife from there. The best route from Aberdeen and Dundee is to head for the Tay Road Bridge where the A92 continues into Fife. If you are heading to Fife from Inverness, Perth and the north, follow the A9 from Inverness to Perth. Continue down the M90 from either the A912 at the Bridge of Earn, or continue to Dunfermline on the A92.

The A92 connects the whole region and is perfect for car touring with many well sign-posted scenic routes linking the smaller towns and villages.

By train

If you wish to get the train here, there are a number of train stations which have direct rail connections to other towns and cities in Scotland, including Edinburgh, Glasgow, Dundee, Aberdeen and Inverness. There are also links to major English towns and cities on the east and west coast. Fife Circle trains make stops at numerous towns and villages in south west Fife, while there are also regular trains which run between Edinburgh and Dundee.

By bus

Buses from all over the UK stop at Inverkeithing Ferrytoll, where you can continue your journey throughout Fife by bus. An express coach network links Anstruther, Dunfermline, Kirkcaldy, Leven, Glenrothes, Cupar and St Andrews and is complemented by local bus networks in each town.

By bike

Fife has around 300 miles of on- and off-road cycle routes. The Fife Coastal Route is a National Tourist Route which runs 85 miles around the coast of the region.