Join the team at Aerobility.
Aerobility is looking for a resourceful, flexible and reliable person to join our team at Blackbushe Airport. This is an exciting new medium-term job opportunity, enabling Aerobility to have a presence at prestige aviation and community events over the Spring and Summer 2019.
The purpose of the Events Co-ordinator is to co-ordinate and deliver the practical aspects of external and internal events which are designed to increase awareness of Aerobility’s work and support out fundraising activities. This role can be physically demanding at times.
Salary: £19,500 FTE pro-rata for 3 days per week (22.5 hours) from March to September 2019 (6 months: £6,825).
To be responsible for the co-ordination of fundraising and awareness raising events, both in-house (organised by Aerobility) and external e.g. Aerobility’s presence at Airshows
To ensure that resources and materials required for these events, including staff, volunteers and materials are in place and dove-tail with other Aerobility activities in the March – September 2019 period.
To ensure Aerobility event attendance is safe, documented and well planned.
Ideally you will:
Have previous experience in a events co-ordination role
Be organised, IT literate, able to plan ahead and manage a diverse workload
Be adaptable, a good communicator and able to build positive working relationships with a diverse range of stakeholders
Be reliable and flexible re. working hours, which will include a significant amount of weekend working
Have a clean driving Licence with the ability and confidence to tow a small trailer
Aerobility (www.aerobility.com) is a charity offering disabled people, without exception, the opportunity to fly an aeroplane.
Aerobility removes barriers and offers disabled people a real sense of achievement and genuinely changes people's lives.
Aerobility's specially adapted aircraft fly from various airfields around the UK providing life changing trial flights and flight training.
Aerobility aims to support all kinds of disabled aviation and represents the needs of disabled people whatever their aviation aspirations. Participants range from disabled kids through to soldiers recently wounded on active duty.
Please send your CV and a covering letter explaining how you meet the requirements of this job to: Pollydickinson@aerobility.com by Wednesday 13 February 2019.