Trustees are keen to hear from anyone who might like to know more about the Chair of the Trustees role.  Our current Chair has headed up the team since 2019, through the toughest of times and to a new era of multi-year funding which has transformed the organisation. 

We are committed to ensuring all those keen to take up a leadership role are given a chance to do so no matter what experience or qualifications, we would love to hear from you. 

We are looking for someone who has a passion for the organisation’s current impact and extending that plus empowering the amputee community and for making a difference day to day. We would be open to consider Co Chairs as a handover period if that might suit some better or for longer if needs be.

If being a Trustee or Chair intrigues you please contact for further information. The more amputee voices we have on the Board the better as well as maintaining transparency.


Chairperson Purpose:

As chairperson, you will have a strategic role that is involved with representing the vision of an organisation.

You will be responsible for strategic matters, and setting high governance standards. The chairperson plays a pivotal role in increasing the effectiveness of the Board and individual directors, both inside and outside the board room.

You will be responsible for ensuring that there is effective communication with the leadership team and acting as a sounding board for the CEO.

Chairperson Responsibilities:

There are several responsibilities that are associated with the role of chairperson. These responsibilities include:

  • Leading, chairing and overseeing the performance of the leadership team
  • Facilitating change within an organisation. This includes ensuring that all changes are communicated accurately and transparently
  • Running monthly board meetings and ensuring each of the leadership team are accountable
  • Ensuring the efficient functioning of the leadership team
  • Co-ordinating the leadership team to ensure that appropriate policies and procedures are in place for the effective management of the organisation
  • Providing support and supervision to the CEO and senior team
  • Addressing board-level conflict to help create the best possible operating environment
  • Reviewing governance in the organisation to ensure that all decisions are in line with legal and regulatory requirements
  • Strategically reviewing the structure of the leadership team
  • Ensuring the effective management of the organisation
  • Sitting on grievance and appeal panels when necessary
  • on of an organisation
  • Acting impartially at all times. This includes acting in the best interests of the organisation overall without bias for any individual or group