Community Cook/Co-ordinator for Peace ‘n’ Jam

Location: St Luke’s Scottish Episcopal Church, Auchmuty, Glenrothes.

Role: We have an exciting opportunity for an energised and creative individual with a passion for and experience of food and cooking. to be part of our community project known as Peace ‘n’ Jam

The Community Cook/Co-ordinator will have a key role in starting up, coordinating and growing our cooking and sharing of food with people from the community and beyond.

You will take responsibility for the running of our production/community kitchen ensuring food safety systems, stock control, equipment, kitchen use and kitchen hire are maintained to a high standard.

There is already exciting work taking place: we have completed the half a million pound renovation phase of our project, helping us to provide a better community space for a range of projects, events and skills training.

We are now looking for someone who can use the power of food to bring people together; and who has the ability to grow our vision of a place where people are not afraid to come and sit and spend time; where people come together and build relationships.

As a key member of our project, you will be joining us at the beginning of our Community Kitchen phase. You will undertake a variety of duties and have the opportunity to share your thoughts and ideas about the community activities we plan and run which will then evolve with the needs of our community.

Applicants should have excellent communication skills with a patient and adaptable approach to work.

This is a part-time role which requires a Basic disclosure and is funded by The National Lottery Community

Next Steps: Further details on the role and how to apply can be found in our Application Pack which is available to download from here.

To apply, please submit an application form which is available to download from here.

Please do not send CV’s as they will not be accepted.

All completed application forms should be e-mailed to or alternatively see the Application Pack for postal address.

The closing date for applications is 12 noon on Monday, 12 July 2021.

Equality and Diversity Monitoring: We seek to ensure that our recruitment and selection processes are fair, and that we do not discriminate under the Equality Act 2010.  We also aim to build an accurate picture of the make-up of the workforce in encouraging equality and diversity.

We need your help and co-operation to enable us to do this but filling in this questionnaire is voluntary

To help, please return the completed questionnaire which is available to download from here.

Please return as a document to a separate email or put it in separate envelope; and mark ‘Strictly Confidential’.