Annual Report 2022
We are looking to appoint new Trustees from a broad range of backgrounds who can add to our diversity of experience, creativity, skills and expertise to support our charitable objectives.
Members of the Board of Trustees are responsible collectively for ensuring that the Trust successfully and effectively delivers its mission and values, and operates in a manner consistent with its objectives – as laid out in our Royal Charter. Trustees play an important role in the setting of our strategy, organisational policy and performance evaluation. In addition, Trustees act as ambassadors, representing the Trust with external bodies and at outside events or functions.
Our grant recipients reflect the diversity of Scottish society and its universities. We are therefore looking for new trustees who have personal experience and/or professional understanding of issues and topics such as:
We are very keen to diversify the membership of our Board and welcome applications from individuals who have a strong affinity with our Charitable objectives and have a personal understanding of the issues and challenges faced by the Trust’s beneficiaries. Previous Board experience is not an essential but a willingness to learn, develop new skills and contribute to the Board’s work is required.
Download the Trustee recruitment pack to find out more and the Equal Opportunities form.
All informal enquiries about this role may be made by email to Prof Andy Walker, Secretary & Treasurer by email.
To express an interest in becoming a trustee please send your CV, together with a brief covering letter (no more than one side of A4), indicating how you meet the specification for this role and how you might contribute as a Trustee. Please submit these by email, together with a completed Equal Opportunities form, to Mrs Sarah Huxtable, Administrator.
The closing date for receipt of applications is 26th November 2022.
Applicants will be notified by 16 December 2022 whether they have been shortlisted for interview.