Royal Welsh Agricultural Show Seeks New Chief Executive

03 Oct

Now if any of you are looikng for a career change then maybe the following could be the job you’re looking for! For interest I have posted the full press release which I’ve received today from RWAS:

The Royal Welsh Agricultural society is seeking a new chief executive at a starting salary of £75,000 plus benefits to succeed David Walters who retires next May after 28 years in the post. The job, based at the Royal Welsh showground, Llanelwedd, Builth Wells, is being widely advertised as an exciting opportunity to head one of the most successful agricultural societiesin Europe.  Candidates are expected to be highly self-motivated, possess excellent management and communication skills, be able to work as part of a team, prioritise a heavy workload and be flexible and calm in all situations.

 Among other essential requirements the new chief executive will need to have an understanding and knowledge of Welsh agriculture and possess excellent presentational skills, both verbal and written, in English and Welsh.

Mr Walters announced in August his intention of leaving the post.  He joined the staff of the Royal Welsh in 1976, was promoted secretary in 1978 and became chief executive in 1984.

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