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

Chief Information Officer (01/16)

The Road Safety Authority is currently looking for a Chief Information Officer and would love to hear from you.   The post of Chief Information Officer (CIO) is a key senior management position which will lead and influence ICT/information systems and its development is the Road Safety Authority.

Reporting directly to the CEO, the Chief Information Officer must have a thorough understanding of ICT and proven ability to manage the wide range of complex issues in a public service body. Responsibilities will include ICT security, IT data protection, security management, procurement, governance, programme and project management, performance management, cost management, benefits realisation and return-on-investment as well as risk management.

View the information booklet here and download the application form here and apply by June 10th 2016.

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Engineer Grade 1

The Road Safety Authority is currently looking for an Engineer Grade 1 and would welcome your application.  The post of Engineer Grade 1, reporting to Principal Engineer is a key position in our Vehicle Standards Department. He/she will take the lead role in managing a portfolio of Vehicle Standards, Vehicle Safety and Road Traffic Safety projects through all phases-from initial stage to project close-out.

Responsibility for ensuring the continued provision of effective and timely professional advice relating to Vehicle Standards through active leadership, co-ordination, management and supervision of the work of the staff assigned to the Vehicle Standards section.

View the information booklet here and download the application form here and apply by June 10th 2016.

More information on the posts can be received by mailing Information enquiries on the above opportunities can be made to Alison Coleman, HR Manager by email at

Interested candidates must submit their CV and supporting documentation by email or by post, (clearly indicating the reference code) by Friday 10th June 2016 to the Human Resources Department, Road Safety Authority, Moy Valley Business Park, Primrose Hill, Ballina, Co. Mayo.

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