BTA (Bruce Tait Associates)

United Kingdom

About BTA (Bruce Tait Associates)

To recruit in Scotland, you need to understand Scotland

Since Bruce Tait Associates was formed in 2003 we have recruited over 700 members of staff for Scottish charities, making us Scotland’s leading voluntary sector recruitment agency. We recruit for all levels of post, but have particular specialities in recruiting for Chief Executives and Fundraisers.

All of our team have worked at a senior level in the voluntary sector in Scotland. That’s what helps us excel at recruiting for charities. That’s where our passion for charities comes from. That’s what makes us outstanding at what we do.

Here’s how the Chief Executive of Lothian Autistic Society described our service:

“Bruce Tait Associates were professional and efficient from day one and I am delighted that we found the right candidate – just like you said we would! Everything went smoothly from the day we called, through to the offer to the successful candidate. It has saved us a fortune in time”.

If you’d like a chat about how we can help you find great staff in Scotland, we’d be delighted to hear from you. Call us now on 01786 849759.

4 jobs with BTA (Bruce Tait Associates)

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  • Business Development Manager

    Larbert £32,000 - £34,000 BTA (Bruce Tait Associates)

    Haven are looking for someone with excellent sales skills to attract new clients to the business and develop their relationship with existing clients.

  • Fundraising Manager

    Glasgow £39,000 - £41,000 BTA (Bruce Tait Associates)

    SCIAF are boosting their team and looking for committed, skilled and expert fundraising professionals to come on board.

  • Major Gifts Officer

    Glasgow £31,600 - £35,000 BTA (Bruce Tait Associates)

    SCIAF are boosting their team and looking for committed, skilled and expert fundraising professionals to come on board.

  • Director

    Central Belt of Scotland Circa £60,000 BTA (Bruce Tait Associates)

    Could you be the new Director of this charity set up to prove that sport has a powerful part to play in combatting Scotland's obesity problem?