The Red Meat Advisory Council has today initiated the process of recruiting a new CEO.

This is a unique opportunity for the right candidate to join RMAC, working with the Board to oversee the policy leadership and advisory forum for Australia’s 80,000 red meat and livestock businesses across the supply chain.

RMAC Independent Chair, John McKillop said the successful candidate will be able to demonstrate professional experience working in a collaborative, multi-sector environment.

“We are looking for a future-focused leader, with knowledge and experience of the Australian red meat and livestock supply chain,” Mr McKillop said.

“It is critical they have the ability to act as a national spokesperson on behalf of industry and to guide the progressive implementation of our industry strategy, Red Meat 2030.”

Individuals from a diverse range of backgrounds, with similar experience and a high level of authenticity, professionalism and credibility are encouraged to apply.

The role has been publicly advertised and application details including a candidate summary can be found here.

Expressions of interest must be received by close of business (5pm EDST) on Friday, 20 November, 2020.



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