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BMAA Technical Office Vacancy

BMAA Technical Office Vacancy

The BMAA Technical Office will have a vacancy for a Design Approval Engineer from 1 January 2015.

Included within the detailed description of the role is the following detail:

"This broad role is an opportunity – and requires one – to become familiar with, and competent in, all aspects of Microlight/light aircraft initial airworthiness.

The successful applicant’s qualifications will ideally include a good Honours Degree in Aeronautical Engineering, although applications are also welcome from people with a good Honours Degree in Mechanical Engineering supplemented by relevant aviation experience. All applicants must have a technical interest in, and enthusiasm for, light aviation."

The BMAA has had a policy of developing skills within the staff so that there is an option for career progression and development. The current Chief Technical Officer and the Chief Inspector have both been promoted to their current positions following training and development during other positions within the BMAA. Although previous experience is always an advantage when making an application for any position such as the one we seek to fill, suitably qualified but less experienced individuals should not be dissuaded from applying. If you don't apply, you cannot be considered.

Further details of the job can be read by following this link.

Geoff Weighell. BMAA CEO

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