Find opportunities for career development within the RSA, and learn about our human resources policies.

The RSA is a modern, progressive employer. We believe in providing an excellent working environment and appropriate career development opportunities.

Continuous professional development

We encourage our employees to develop their knowledge and skills, and we offer a range of training programmes and opportunities to encourage professional development and upskilling.

Employment equality

We aim to create and maintain a culture of inclusiveness in which diversity is not only respected but encouraged. All staff and management are expected to promote equality.

In line with the Employment Equality Acts 1998-2004, we work hard to ensure there is no unlawful discrimination, either direct or indirect.

Job opportunities


The Road Safety Authority is a statutory body created by the Road Safety Authority Act 2006. It is responsible for driver testing, licensing and training, vehicle standards and certain road transport enforcement laws, road safety promotion, driver education and road safety research.

The RSA is Ireland’s primary road safety organisation. Its mission is to reduce the number of deaths and injuries on Irish roads and make them safer for all users.

The Road Safety Authority is recruiting for Transport Officers (Ref: 01/17). These are permanent full time positions. These posts are initially headquartered in Loughrea, Co. Galway, but will include significant work out of the office and travelling throughout Ireland primarily working in the North West, Southern and Eastern regions of the country.

The successful candidate will work be part of the RSA’s Enforcement team. He or she will take on responsibilities in areas such as roadside checks, premises inspections, investigations and working closely with internal and external stakeholders in meeting business objectives.

A detailed job description for the above position is available here  and an application form from here or from the Human Resources Department at  

Interested candidates must submit their application form and supporting documentation by email or by post, clearly indicating the reference code by 4pm Friday 24th February 2017 to the Human Resources Department, Road Safety Authority, Moyvalley Business Park, Primrose Hill, Ballina, Co. Mayo or  

RSA is an equal opportunities employer

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