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SALARY £22,578 - £28,093, Depending on qualifications and experience

(Ref 8.60)


HCC requires a Communications Officer to fill a key role as part of its in-house team, working at the cutting edge of the food industry both in the UK and internationally.

Critical to the role will be the ability to communicate core messages about Wales’ red meat brands, the industry and its strategic agenda, to diverse audiences including industry stakeholders, Governments, the press and consumers. Of equal importance will be their flair and creativity to help the team to implement an integrated communications strategy, exploiting new media platforms and social media interfaces, and evaluating results.

Applicants are likely to be graduates and must be able to demonstrate excellent communication skills. The ability to communicate both in English and Welsh, as well as familiarity with the press and media, and with design and photo/video editing software, would be a distinct advantage.

Application forms can be downloaded here 

For more information about the role email Owen Roberts, Communications Lead via

The closing date for applications is: Friday, 26 May 2017 

Welsh Government Vacancies



The Chair is primarily responsible for leading the Board of non-executive Directors and ensuring the effectiveness of Hybu Cig Cymru – Meat Promotion Wales. The executive responsibility for the operation of HCC rests with the Chief Executive Officer.

The key responsibilities of the Chair will be to:

• Lead the Board in the delivery of the key recommendations from the independent review of Hybu Cig Cymru – Meat Promotion Wales, published October 2016;

• Lead the Board in the delivery of the Twenty Twenty Vision: Strategic Action Plan for the Welsh Red Meat Industry

• Lead Sub-Committees of the Board and ensure their effectiveness;

• Develop and maintain an effective relationship with the Chief Executive Officer;

• Lead on the development of the HCC Corporate Plan and the HCC Business Plan through the Board;

• Ensure that systems are in place to monitor the effectiveness of HCC and that Board members have accurate, timely and clear information on the company’s performance;

• Maintain sound corporate governance and ensure all activities are discharged with probity and propriety as required of an organisation expending public monies;

• Represent HCC to the media, Government, key stakeholders, consumers and relevant UK and EU bodies;

• Communicate and attend meetings where appropriate with stakeholders and the Welsh Government;

• Play a key role in promoting the views of HCC to the general public; and

• Evaluate the effectiveness of Board members on an ongoing basis.

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