Join our amazing team!

Welcome to the Live Borders jobs page.

If you are looking for an exciting career based in the Scottish Borders you are in the right place!

We are regularly recruiting for a number of posts across the region. You could start your future in one of our museums, libraries, pools, gyms or community venues. No two days are the same; you will become part of a valued team bringing ideas and energy.

Whether you have experience and are seeking a new challenge, or you’re 16 and looking for that first job, we want to hear from you. We always provide full training and offer great long-term prospects.

Live Borders offers a generous annual leave allowance, pension options and access to Healthy Extras from Westfield Health providing retail discounts and a large range of services to support health and wellbeing.

We are proud of our Values, and want you to be too.

We pay our staff the Scottish Living Wage as a minimum, and encourage positive wellbeing with a Cycle To Work scheme. Staff gain free access to visitor attractions across Scotland and free use of our pools and gyms, as well as others across Scotland through Leisure Link.

We are an inclusive, dynamic and supportive charity working to make communities in the Borders healthier, happier and stronger. If that sounds like a good idea to you, see our current vacancies below!

Applying for a role with Live Borders

When applying for any role, please read the job description, and complete the: ‘Job Application Guidance Form’ and the ‘Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form.

Please complete these forms and return to recruitment@liveborders.org.uk by the required deadline.

If you have any queries on recruitment we would be happy to hear from you, just email us on: recruitment@liveborders.org.uk

Current Vacancies

Be responsible for the development and delivery of the Great Tapestry of Scotland Marketing strategy. Developing and delivering an events programme, sponsorship and fundraising opportunities. Drive the charitable focus of the Live Borders’ Marketing and Communication strategy to internal and external stakeholders.

Responsible for bringing out the full learning and access potential of the museums & galleries, collections, data, digital content and exhibitions/activities focusing on Hawick and Jedburgh areas.

Take an active role in the day to day operation of the Leisure Centre, working as part of a team to ensure the ongoing successful delivery of services to the public.

Be a “hands-on” Health and Safety Officer responsible for ensuring that Live Borders meets legislation and regulation requirements to enable all activities to take place in a safe and controlled environment.

Oversee the Outdoor Facilities driving new revenues and maximising facility usage and occupancy while ensuring all facilities and staff fulfil health and safety, maintenance and certification obligations.