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Research & Policy Analyst (Ref 05/16)

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 successful candidate will have responsibility for the collation, analysis and reporting of road safety data to inform road safety interventions. The role incorporates the management of a broad programme of road safety research projects, some of which require the analysis of sensitive data, and others which require supporting third party contractors in research design and analysis. The Research & Policy Analyst will produce reports based on analysis of primary data, manage a number of critical projects identified in the Road Safety Strategy, and will be expected to present road safety research findings to key stakeholders to inform road safety interventions and support the wider organisation from a research perspective. This is a post requiring a mixture of research and statistical/analytical skills.

A detailed information booklet can be seen here and the application form for this position can be seen here.

Interested candidates shall submit their application form and CV by email or by post, clearly indicating the post reference and how the essential requirements for the post are met, by 4.00 pm on 14th December 2016 to: Human Resources Department, Road Safety Authority, Moyvalley Business Park, Primrose Hill, Ballina, Co. Mayo.

RSA is an equal opportunities employer.