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BMAA Job Vacancy

BMAA Job Vacancy

A vacancy has arisen in the BMAA office staff as our current Office Manager, Jo Pickles, has decided to leave the BMAA after 13 years to start her own Dog Walking business. We wish her well and will miss both her and her office companions Henry and Merlin.

Brief details of the job are copied below with a link to fuller details and an application form.

General Administration Office Manager

The British Microlight Aircraft Association has around 3800 members who have a keen interest in flying microlight aircraft. The Association is run for the membership by a full and part time staff of ten at offices in Deddington, Oxfordshire.

Job description

The General Administration Office Manager plays a key role in running the day to day operation of the BMAA administration commitments, health and safety in the workplace responsibilities, and works closely with the Chief Executive and other key staff with membership and other project development.

A more detailed description of tasks is available.

Applicant’s experience and qualifications

Essential qualities: Staff leadership experience. Willing to act as part of and lead a team. Meticulous attention to detail. Good communication skills at all levels. Computer and database literate (able to use Microsoft Word and Excel, Microsoft Outlook).

Desirable qualities: Previous experience in a similar role.


Salary dependent upon experience and incremental following specific job related training. Holiday entitlement is 28 days per year.

Closing date for initial applications 23rd October 2015.

To apply or obtain further details please go to the BMAA web site and search “Office Manager Vacancy” or follow this link or email the CEO at geoff@bmaa.org or call CEO on 01869 336001.

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