Work with us

Benefits of working at the BPA

If you are interested in working for us, here are the benefits which we offer:

  • Stakeholder pension scheme – BPA contribution of 6% following successful probation
  • Flexible working (following successful probation and subject to operational needs)
  • Flexi-time scheme (following successful probation and subject to operational needs)
  • 23 days holiday a year (pro rata for part time staff), rising by one day per year up to a maximum of 28 days, plus all statutory holidays
  • Childcare vouchers. We work with a voucher supplier to provide staff who have parental responsibilities with the option to buy up to £243 vouchers per month (before tax and NI are deducted), saving up to £1000 per year
  • Tailored learning and development e.g. formal training, attending events, secondments and regular knowledge sharing sessions
  • Career opportunities
  • Season ticket loan (following successful probation)
  • Active employee voice and engagement
  • Casual dress Fridays
  • Free eyesight test voucher available every two years 


We're in the heart of  Haywards Heath, West Sussex, and within 10 minutes walk of the train station. The area is served well by public transport and a number of  shops, cafes and restaurants are on our doorstep.

Current vacancies

Area Manager – Midlands, Oxfordshire and Berkshire

Full Time -  Permanent

£30,622 plus company car

A varied and interesting ambassador role with responsibility for growing membership numbers, within the East and Central Midlands, in schemes run by the Association both in traditional and emerging sectors, and enhancing membership quality.  Managing the continuous improvement of how the Association delivers membership scheme benefits and services to ensure it is responsive to the needs of our existing and future members.  Liaising with, visiting and supporting existing members to enhance relationships by better understanding their business objectives and directly linking to the membership proposition.

The successful candidate will demonstrate:

  • Good written, verbal communication, IT and presentation skills
  • Good customer services and complaints handling skills
  • Strong planning and organisational abilities
  • A confident and assured manner and be able to liaise with officers, staff and members of the BPA, and to work with individuals at all levels
  • Able to organise workload under pressure, meet tight deadlines and work on own initiative
  • Able to grasp complex issues quickly
  • Have a Lead Auditor qualification or be prepared to undertake the required study to achieve this
  • A willingness to travel. Please note this role requires occasional overnight stays

For an application pack, please email Julia Steer, HR & Office Manager on

Closing date: 27 February 2019 Interview date: 8 March 2019