News & Events News Perth and Kinross Countryside Trust seeks new Trustee Perth and Kinross Countryside Trust (PKCT) is looking to appoint a new Trustee to its Board of Trustees to help conserve, promote and enhance the countryside and natural heritage of Perth and Kinross. PKCT is an independent charity that negotiates access to land, builds paths, helps care for the countryside and undertakes conservation projects all to improve and promote access to the countryside for walker, cyclists and horse riders. It manages Perthshire Big Tree Country, the Cateran Trail, the River Tay Way and Perthshire Nature Connections Partnership, as well as works with communities. PKCT’s Trustees have collective responsibility for oversight and development of the Trust in line with OSCR guidelines, for agreeing the organisation’s strategy, its governance, and work with its professional staff to account for the effective management and delivery of agreed projects on time and within budget. Experience of the charitable sector, marketing and communications, and charity governance are desirable for the new candidate but not essential. Trustees are not remunerated, and your contribution will be on a voluntary/pro bono basis. For more details, see https://goodmoves.com/vacancy/a4s3z00000SfE5BAAV/Trustees or contact Trust Director Peter Quinn at [email protected]. The closing date for CVs and covering letters is 31 January 2022. Three PKCT Trustees at Provost Walk Opening 3 July 2019Left to right: Bid Strachan (PKCT Communities Officer) and PKCT Board members Cedric Wilkins(Chair), Cllr Stewart Donaldson and Alastair Dorward Check it out on Charity Today's website.