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Aerobility Regional Liaison

Thank you for your interest in becoming an Aerobility Regional Liaison. Aerobility is a national charity and aims to provide services across the UK. However, with limited resources there are many geographical areas with low levels of aviation activity for individuals with disabilities. By becoming an Aerobility Regional Liaison, you could make a real difference by helping us to provide more support across the UK.

Role Title: Aerobility Regional Liaison

Main Responsibilities:

To provide the region with effective support in order to allow more people with disabilities the opportunity to take part in aviation

To act as a focal point for communications between the regional area and Aerobility HQ

To proactively promote and develop Aerobility’s work in the regional area, identifying opportunities for new services and activities.

Tasks may include:

Organising and attending social events for Aerobility Flyers

Providing feedback to Aerobility HQ on disability aviation activities in the regional area

Assisting with research to facilitate service development in the regional area

Additional Information:

This is a voluntary role, to take place on an ad-hoc basis, with an average time commitment of 1 hour per week

This role is home-based, with travel required occasionally

This voluntary role will be responsible to the Services and Funding Manager, and all queries should be initially directed as such.

This voluntary role description should be read in conjunction with the Volunteer Agreement and Policy.

Aerobility Regional Liaison – Person Specification

The most important quality for becoming an Aerobility Regional Liaison is a passion for flying and an interest in the work of Aerobility. However, below are a few more skills and qualities that we think are also important. If you feel that there are skills you do not have, this may be an opportunity for you to develop them further and will not exclude you from volunteering.

The following skills and qualities are desirable, but not essential:

  • A knowledge of Aerobility’s history and charitable activities
  • Good communication skills, both written and verbal
  • Ability to use Microsoft Office
  • An understanding of social media
  • Personable and outgoing nature
  • Ability to work as part of a team
  • Confidence to take the initiative

Aerobility is a progressive organisation that works with individuals with a wide range of disabilities. All staff and volunteers are expected to have a working knowledge of the Social Model of Disability and their attitude and approach to disability should reflect that.

Application Process

Please send an expression of interest to:

Gail Barkes
Service Development Coordinator  

Blackbushe Airport
GU17 9LQ

In your expression of interest, please cover the following points:

  • The regional area you would like to cover
  • Why you think you would be suitable for the role
  • Any ideas you have for developing services in your area