• Management Board
  • Unpaid
  • Hybrid/Remote: Highland, can be remote or hybrid
  • Closing 26th July 2024

  • Advertised from 20th June 2024


We believe strong and meaningful relationships build resilience in individuals and enhance communities.

  • Our Vision is to build accessible, Highland-wide counselling services to enable couples and individuals to build healthy relationships.
  • Our Mission is that our not-for-profit company will focus on sustainability and resilience through the development of income streams and partnerships, in order to build client-centred services across the Highlands.

If you are passionate about mental wellbeing and our work on supporting strong and meaningful relationships, how about considering being part of our board of trustees?

Counselling Highland has been supporting clients across the Highlands for over 30 years. We are in a pivotal and exciting moment as a charity, developing and innovating our services. For more information about usvisit our website

Currently we are looking to recruit:

  • General Trustees
  • Chair of the Board of Trustees

General Trustees

Our goal is to have as diverse and representative board as possible, so we would love to hear from anyone who may be interested. Some of the skills and experience we are interested in are HR, fundraising, marketing and business acumen. We would love to hear from anyone who wants to support us in promoting mental wellbeing and healthy relationships.

Chair of the Board

The main goal for the chair is to lead the Board and ensure it fulfils its responsibilities.

Job Purpose: To further the work of Relationships Scotland Counselling Highland in line with its charitable objectives.

Main Duties relating to:

  1. Ensuring the Board fulfils its responsibilities.
  2. Helping Management to achieve the organisation’s mission.
  3. Optimising the relationship between board and staff, working with the Manager

NOTE: Some of the duties listed above may be shared with other board members.

Application notes

To request a job pack, please contact Anita Parker, the Chair at

Deadline to apply: Wednesday 26th July 2024.