Two new posts have been created at the Royal Welsh Agricultural Society (RWAS) following a review of the business.
RWAS chief executive Steve Hughson urged anyone interested in the head of business development and head of operations roles to contact the society.
Mr Hughson said: “We have reviewed the business model and looked at the challenges. We need to be more focused on making sure our events stay relevant and bring in new business in these times of uncertainty.”
Aled Jones, a Nuffield scholar and chartered surveyor, told Farmers Guardian he would be leaving his position as assistant chief executive at the end of this year but would continue to support the organisation.
Mr Jones has held the position for the last four years. He said: "It is a changing and exciting time in agriculture at the moment and working for the RWAS and completing my Nuffield scholarship has opened up a number of opportunities which I want to pursue.
"I would like to thank the RWAS for all its support and I am pleased that I will have an ongoing relationship with the society and continue to be a strong advocate of its charitable work."
Mr Hughson said Mr Jones’ role had been ‘morphed’ into the new operations manager position, and the new incumbent would focus on the delivery of events.
The business development manager would focus on bringing in new business, including new sponsors and trade stands.
Anyone wanting to apply should visit www.rwas.wales/jobs