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Job Vacancy: Membership Secretary / Office Administrator

Job Description:

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

The administration staff are responsible for the processing of applications for Association membership, pilot licensing and airworthiness certification. All applications must be checked against published requirements and then recorded and issued as appropriate.

Other tasks shared by all the administration staff include servicing the on-line shop, answering membersí queries and general office administration. Staff are expected to cover other staff responsibilities during holiday periods or sick days.

Employee Specification:

Essential qualities: Meticulous attention to detail. Good communication skills at all levels. Computer literate. Willing to act as part of a team.

Desirable qualities: Previous experience in a similar role.

Working conditions:

Based at the BMAA headquarters, Deddington in Oxfordshire.

Working hours are 9-5 Monday to Friday.

28 days holiday per annum in addition to public and bank holidays.

Salary £18,000 rising to £21,000 on completion of specified training requirements.


Applications should be made in writing using the form attached and supported by any additional information that you believe will be help us decide that you are the right person for the job.

Post to: Geoff Weighell, CEO BMAA, The Bullring, Deddington, Oxon. OX15 0TT marked CONFIDENTIAL


email to geoff@bmaa.org

Closing date for applications 4th January 2016. Interviews will be held shortly after the closing date with appointment to start as soon as possible after.

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