Bruce Tait Associates
Edinburgh, City of Edinburgh (GB)
Closing date
22 Feb 2024

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Charity and not for profit, Board trustees
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Upmo are currently seeking a Board Chair who shares their vision and values, possessing the energy, passion, and skills to drive forward a successful and dynamic future. The next step for Upmo is consolidation, both operationally and at board level, the incoming Chair will play a crucial role in providing inclusive leadership to the Trustees and CEO. The Chair’s responsibilities include ensuring that Upmo values are upheld, and that its activities operate within governance frameworks and are in the interests of its beneficiaries.


To be considered for this role, you should be an experienced strategic leader, with strong personal skills and a good degree of financial acumen, as well as an understanding and knowledge of the sector and its current operational landscape. An understanding of the adult disability/autism world is desirable but not essential.




The Board of Trustees meet four times per year, with every second meeting being held in person in Edinburgh.




This search is being conducted exclusively for Upmo by BTA (Bruce Tait Associates). Our leadership team have all worked in the voluntary sector and we use this experience to match organisations and individuals to create great appointments.


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