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BMAA Employment opportunity

BMAA Flight Training Liaison and Flight Safety Officer

Following the retirement of our Safety Officer the BMAA has considered expanding the role to link the responsibilities of Safety Officer more closely with the flight training oversight activities that it currently serves.  To this end the BMAA is recruiting for the new position of Flight Training Liaison and Flight Safety Officer.

The role

To liaise with microlight instructors and examiners to promote the improvement of handling and airmanship skills to improve flight safety.

To review microlight flight safety matters and develop guidance  and programmes with the aim of improving pilot safety.

To provide administrative support for the BMAA Training Committee, the Microlight Panel of Examiners and the BMAA, in its role as an organisation approved by the Civil Aviation Authority to make recommendations for the issues of microlight pilot licenses.

The person

The successful applicant will have significant experience in the field of microlight flight instruction. They will have extremely good organisation, communication and presentation skills.

Employment specifics

Working hours

The role is seen as a part time position, usually two full days, or the equivalent, each week. There is a requirement to be flexible on working days so as to be available for responsibilities that may be on a particular week day or weekend.


The successful applicant will be required to provide their own transport for out of office working. Mileage is repaid at 0.45 per mile.


A remuneration package will be agreed with the successful applicant.


Applications forms are available on request from the Chief Executive at the BMAA.

Closing date for applications is June 1st 2017

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