Ben Llewellyn-Jones started his role as Deputy Head of Mission to South Africa on 8 August 2017. He is married to Laura Llewellyn-Jones and they have two young children.
|August 2017 -||Deputy High Commissioner, British High Commission, South Africa|
|July 2014 - July 2017||Political Counsellor, British High Commission, Abuja (Nigeria)|
|Jan 2011 - Jan 2014||British High Commissioner (Rwanda), non-resident Ambassador (Burundi)|
|Jan 09 - Nov 10||Deputy Head, Climate Change and Energy Group, UK Foreign Office (London)|
|Jan 07 - Dec 08||Deputy Head, Zimbabwe Unit, UK Foreign Office (London)|
|March 06 - Dec 06||Head, Third Country Relations Team, UK Home Office (London)|
|July 04 - Feb 06||First Secretary, for Police and Organised Crime policy, UK Permanent Representation (embassy) to the EU (Brussels, Belgium)|
|April 02 - June 04||Second Secretary, for Police and Drugs policy, UK Permanent Representation (embassy) to the EU (Brussels, Belgium)|
|Jan 02 - March 02||Press Officer for International Affairs, Press Office, UK Home Office (London)|
|Sept 00 - Dec 01||Desk Officer, EU and International Affairs team, UK Home Office (London)|
Ben was awarded Order of the British Empire (OBE) by HM the Queen in 2009. He enjoys sport (rugby, boxing), walking, and reading stories to his children.