Technical Development Officer - British Compressed Air Society, London

Job Purpose:

The technical development officer must be able to provide guidance and support to the British Compressed Air Society (BCAS) members in the following areas

  • To develop & deliver training materials for BCAS and its members
  • To drive internal & external training revenues to be reinvested in the membership
  • To support the Training Working Group & other Committees
  • To support member visits and external activities
  • To provide ISO & BSI standards back up
  • To support in producing technical materials
  • To Present BCAS at events and speaking opportunities
  • To Support technical officer as required
     

In addition, the role is required to speak at conferences and end user events, contribute to our committee structure prompting best practice in the industry sector.  

Please note we are using an outside agency for this job role to ensure confidentiality. 

The Individual:

The successful individual would ideally come from a compressed air background and would have worked in some of the following areas: sales, training, tech support, customer facing, senior management.

 The Location:

The BCAS Offices are in Devonshire Street London and whilst there are office facilities available, it would be possible for the right candidate to be home based. Commitment to travel Uk, Europe & USA will be required.

Apply:

This is an excellent opportunity to join a well-recognised organisation and work within a small friendly team. These opportunities rarely come up so please forward your details ASAP to find out more.

Please make all enquiries to Nick Whitehead - NJW Associates Ltd. t. 01179688500 m. 07766 173091 e. nick@njwassociatesltd.co.uk . No Agencies

About BCAS:

Founded in 1930, BCAS is the only UK technical trade association representing manufacturers, distributors and users of compressors, vacuum pumps, pneumatic tools and allied products. BCAS actively represents the interests of the compressed air industry to the UK government as well as to many European and other overseas institutions. The society and its members have an active input into all proposed UK and European compressed air systems’ energy and environmental legislation and standards through its membership of the European body PNEUROP, and by its association with the prime voice of the EU engineering industry, ORGALIME.

  

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