THE ROYAL AERO CLUB TRUST
Advancing the cause of air sport and aviation
Do you want to give something back to your air sport?
Interested in aviation and its origins?
The Royal Aero Club Trust invites applications to join the Trust Management Committee as Trust Secretary and Treasurer. Peter Crispin the Trust Secretary reluctantly retires in 2024 after 20 years exemplary service.
The Trust has 2 main aims:
1. The preservation of Royal Aero Club memorabilia – a Collection of National importance – which includes artefacts, documents, art and trophies mainly held in the RAF Museum.
2. The promotion of air sports amongst young air sports people through its annual Flying for Youth Bursary Scheme which has helped over 500 youngsters to advance qualifications and, in some instances, become World Champions.
Visit the Trust’s website for further information: www.royalaeroclubtrust.org
Applications from persons interested in the management of the Trust as Secretary and Treasurer would be welcome. No formal qualifications are necessary but experience of committee management and the management of small budgets are highly desirable.
The Management Committee meets 3 times a year; either at a central location in London or on Zoom. Normal expenses are paid (e.g. travel).
Contact Peter Crispin (email@example.com) for a Job Description and to submit an application.
Applications by letter and brief CV.
Closing date for applications: Monday 15 January 2024