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Could you be the Aerotoxic Association’s new Executive Manager?

PUBLISHED: 13:03 08 January 2018 | UPDATED: 13:10 08 January 2018

Aerotoxic poisoning. Pictured: John Hoyte at the Aerotoxic Association launch in London. Picture: Aerotoxic Association

Aerotoxic poisoning. Pictured: John Hoyte at the Aerotoxic Association launch in London. Picture: Aerotoxic Association

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The Aerotoxic Association is seeking an Executive Manager.

The association was founded in 2007 by Capt. John Hoyte, a former BAe 146 Training Captain, who was exposed to toxic oil fumes while flying jet airliners and forced to retire due to ill health.

Its main aims and objectives are to support sufferers of Aerotoxic Syndrome and inform the public of the harm associated with poor aircraft cabin air quality.

Currently the association is looking to employ the services of an experienced executive manager.

The ideal candidate will possess digital marketing skills, in addition to superior verbal and written communitcation skills and be experienced in business planning.

Applicants for the full-time role should have a proven track record in the NGO sector and demonstrate a passion for human health.

Deadlines for applications are January, 25 2018.

For more information about the role, visit jobs24.co.uk

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