Agri-food Policy Delivery Manager

Agri-food Policy Delivery Manager

Full-time

Salary circa: £53,000

Based at NFU HQ, Stoneleigh

The National Farmers’ Union are creating an exciting new role in our Food & Farming team to help drive and develop food and agriculture policy and help us make the most of the opportunities for farming post EU exit.

The new position of Agri-food Policy Delivery Manager is a strategically important and cross-sector role that will take responsibility for developing and delivering impactful policy to create the best possible regulatory, trade and policy environment for farm business to succeed. This senior role will require you to work cross—functionally with sector boards and chief advisers, industry supply chains and external organisations with a farming and food interest.  

You will be proven in team and thought leadership, project management and influencing key decision makers. You will have experience of influencing internal and external stakeholders in the public and private sector with a proven track record of delivery.

You will be a clear communicator, comfortable utilising a variety of different media to get right message to the right audience.

This is a self-starting role that will have huge influence in the future of food and farming policy and a critical position in this unique moment that will shape the future of the industry for a generation.

Do you have the drive and vision to take this opportunity?

How to apply?

Please click here for a copy of the job description.

If you feel you have the right skills and experience for the role, please send your CV and a covering letter illustrating how your skills and experience suit the requirements as outlined in the person specification to UmVjcnVpdG1lbnRAbmZ1Lm9yZy51aw==.

Internal applications please complete an expression of interest form.

Closing date: 24th April 2019

Interview date: 14th May 2019


Last edited on: 18:03:2019

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