The position is 35 hours per week, with a salary of £35,000 per annum and a permanent contract.
The Deputy Chief Executive Officer works with the Chief Executive and the Board of Directors to deliver the strategic and operational priorities of the organisation. They work to strengthen the sector through the delivery of services and participation in partnership working and engagement. They are responsible for the monitoring and evaluation of our programmes and creating new opportunities for service development.
Guide Dogs are currently looking to appoint Trustee and Non-Trustee governance positions.
The positions available are;
The recruitment of these positions is being supported by our external recruitment partners; Nurole and Inclusive Boards.
Paws for Progress is a local organisation seeking enthusiastic volunteers to join our Board of Directors, guiding us forward in the exciting next phase of our journey.
We are looking for motivated people who share our values and are excited about how human-animal interactions can change lives. We currently have exciting opportunities to take on the following roles:
Who you are:
Please download the recruitment pack below for further information about the roles.
Are you interested in being a Trustee of a marine conservation and education charity which helps inspire people about Scotland’s marine environment and encourages them to get involved?
The Scottish Seabird Centre are looking for two new Trustees to fill skills gaps on their Board. Specifically:
The charity operates a 5-star visitor attraction that holds an important place in Scotland. As trustee, you will be entrusted to ensure that the strategic plans meet their charitable purpose and that the charity’s resources and assets are deployed in ways that best advance the charity objectives. One of these Trustees will also become the chair of their not-for-profit trading company. Please note these are both voluntary roles.
The Scottish Seabird Centre are committed to having a team that reflects the diverse community they are part of, and the make-up of the board is important in that. Applications are warmly welcomed and encouraged from people currently under-represented on the board, including people from ethnic minority groups, disabled people, and LGBTQ+.