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Director, Scotland

About the role

Are you passionate about driving the responsible business agenda in Scotland?

Business in the Community (BITC), is the largest and longest established business-led membership organisation dedicated to responsible business, founded by HRH The Prince of Wales 40 years ago.

We want the UK to lead the world in responsible business.

We work with members to continually improve their responsible business practice, leveraging their collective impact for the benefit of communities. We grow the responsible business movement and collectively create a greater impact focused on:

  • Developing a skilled and inclusive workforce
  • Ensuring work is good for everyone
  • Innovating to sustain and regenerate the planet
  • Building thriving communities

We are looking for a leader who can work with the Scotland Board to drive action on the most pressing social and environmental issues.

The Director for Scotland will drive the nation’s strategy to:

  • Make a difference on the most pressing social and environmental issues in Scotland
  • Grow the network of responsible business taking action in Scotland
  • Build a sustainable operation driving impact in communities and on the environment

We are looking for an enthusiastic, energetic and experienced leader with knowledge of the responsible business agenda and relevant understanding of the Scottish government policies and the Scottish business environment.

As the organisation approaches its 40th birthday in 2022, it wants to drive more impact than ever and engage more businesses and their leaders. It couldn’t be a more exciting time to join The Prince’s Responsible Business Network.


Diversity statement:

Business in the Community are actively looking to recruit a diversity of talent. We embrace, respect and value the difference in our employees and we are committed to creating and maintaining an inclusive environment that consists of fairness, dignity, and caring for everyone, and one that enables every employee to flourish and realise their potential.

We are a Race at Work Charter signatory and, alongside 600 other Charter signatories, taking actions to encourage and support ethnic minority representation in recruitment, selection, and career progression as well as being committed to improve the working lives of our disabled and neurodiverse colleagues.  We are also a real living wage employer.


To view the candidate brochure, please click here.

To apply, please send your CV and covering letter to Lindsay Cramond, Director at FWB Park Brown at or call her on 0131 539 7087 for an initial confidential discussion.