Trustees

Published: 16th December 2015

2019 trustee checklist: complete the nomination form, sign the Code of Conduct declaration & return with your 300 word statement and photo

Five trustee places become vacant on our Board in 2019. Any member is welcome to stand. Being a trustee is a way of helping to shape the work of the Trust, and of contributing your skills and knowledge to areas of work from conservation and lobbying government to financial management.

The Board of Trustees needs a wide range of skills, but we would particularly welcome interest from: younger people; women; members based in the Scottish Highlands; members with an interest in our campaigning work; and members with experience of charitable income generation (membership development/ engagement, retail, merchandising) and in particular fundraising.

Potential trustees are asked to read the How to apply to be a trustee form, then:

  1. Complete a Trustee nomination form
  2. Sign the Trustee Code of Conduct declaration
  3. Write a 300-word statement
  4. Attach a recent photograph.

Nominations should be received by Monday 3 December 2018 midday.

Meet our current board of trustees and read their candidate statements

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