Regional Managers for Wales and the South of England

We have two opportunities in the Seafish Regional team for enthusiastic and dedicated professionals with excellent communication skills.

The Roles

Regional Manager - Wales

Job Title: Regional Manager - Wales
Location: Remote, Wales 
Contract: Permanent, full-time

Regional Manager - South of England

Job Title: Regional Manager - South of England
Location: Remote, South of England
Contract: Permanent, full-time

About the roles

We have two opportunities in the Seafish Regional team for enthusiastic and dedicated professionals with excellent communication skills to join us as our new Regional Managers in Wales and in the south of England.

Working as part of the International Trade & Regions team, you will play a key role in maintaining and building relationships with our stakeholders, ensuring an effective and high-quality service to the seafood industry whether that be in Wales or the south of England.

We're looking for driven people who love working in a team, embrace innovation and strive to be the leaders in their field. People who enjoy variety in their working day and want to work for an organisation that really makes a difference.

The successful candidates for these exciting Regional Manager roles will be skilled facilitators, with experience managing complex projects and an understanding of seafood industry supply chains.

We offer an attractive benefits package, car allowance and a flexible working environment. These permanent, full-time roles are a fantastic opportunity to join our Seafish Regional team. 

Find out more about the Regional Manager roles by following the job description links below.

Job descriptions for the Regional Manager vacancies

Working at Seafish

Seafish is here to give the UK seafood sector the support it needs to thrive. Our work makes a huge difference. It keeps fishermen safe, supports sustainable sourcing, helps businesses work efficiently and boosts the nation’s health. We work in partnership with stakeholders from across the seafood sector and engage in everything from research to campaigns, insight and training.

It's a huge industry that's changing all the time and you have to be ready for every challenge that comes your way but it means no two days are the same. That's why we're an exciting organisation to work for because what drives us is showing everyone that seafood is the way forward.

We have a flexible working environment, plenty of personal benefits and Seafish was named in the Sunday Times 100 Best Not-For-Profit Organisations to Work For in 2020. There has never been a better time to get on board.

How to apply

To apply, email with the subject line ‘Regional Manager - Wales’ or ‘Regional Manager - South of England’ and attach the following:

  • A cover letter (including details of your current salary and expectations)
  • A recent copy of your CV
  • A completed copy of our recruitment consent form

Closing date

The closing date for applications is Thursday 30 September 2021.