Royal Air Forces Association – Welfare Project Officer


Salary: *£22,510 -£23,695 – pro rata (*starting salary)
Location: Leicester (Regular travel involved)
Hours: 30 hours per week
Responsible to: Welfare Project Development Officer

You can be the person who makes a difference to RAF parents, children and the wider RAF family.

The Royal Air Forces Association (the Association) is a member-led welfare charity whose beneficiary group is those who are or have served in one of our Air Forces or their dependents. The Association has recently undertaken a complete review of its strategic direction including a significant restructure and governance review to align the organisation with new targets through to 2020 and beyond. All of these factors signal a major change in the growth and development of the Association in the years ahead.

The post holder will play a key role within the RAF Association’s Welfare Team, working collaboratively with internal and external stakeholders to plan, manage, administer and develop projects to meet the welfare needs of the Associations beneficiaries. The post holder will be adept in presenting and communicating some of the key welfare projects to a variety of audiences in a range of settings as well as ensuring our team of volunteers are supported to deliver the products that keep the RAF family connected.

If you would like further information please send an email to the HR Administrator at, or call us on 0116 268 8754. The job description and the application form is available on our website

About Us

The Royal Air Forces Association is a member-led charity that supports the RAF family. From an injured airman fighting to get back on his feet, to a child missing a parent working away from home, to a WWII veteran in need of companionship, the Association is there.

Closing Date for receipt of all applications is 9am on 20th January 2017

Interviews will be held on 26th January 2017 at Atlas House, Leicester


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