The Governors Highway Association (GHSA) is seeking a full-time Programs Coordinator.
Below are any available full-time opportunities listed on GHSA's Highway Safety Careers job board.
The Governors Highway Association (GHSA) is seeking a full-time Member Services Coordinator.
The State of Connecticut Department of Transportation is now accepting applications for a Transportation Planner 2 in the Bureau of Policy and Planning, Office of Highway Safety, located at our Headquarters building in Newington, Connecticut.
Leads the National Safety Council efforts to influence public policy at the state level of government. Policy efforts focus on the NSC mission to eliminate unintentional death and injury, with a focus on eliminating motor vehicle crashes, fighting the drug overdose epidemic, improving workplace safety and other issues as needed.
Requisite Technical Expertise (25%)
MADD is seeking a passionate, inspirational, and transformational leader who will serve as a champion for the organization’s mission by amplifying the voice of its community and educating and engaging the public on the urgency of preventing drunk and drugged driving deaths.
The Washington Traffic Safety Commission (WTSC) is looking to fill three Program Manager positions.
The Communications Manager is a vital part of MADD’s communications team, supporting innovative strategies that cultivate our relationships with the media, engage our target audiences, align with our business objectives, and help push us toward a future of zero deaths and injuries caused by impaired driving.
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety seeks a Senior Research Transportation Engineer in Arlington, VA, to build our infrastructure research program. Our organization is at the forefront of efforts to find effective means of decreasing the incidence and severity of motor vehicle crashes. See more about our research department here. This position is eligible for up to 50% telework.
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) seeks an Engineering Technician to join our dummy lab team in Ruckersville, VA.
The Executive Director will be responsible and accountable for (1) organization and implementation of programs supporting the mission of ThinkFirst and (2) developing and implementing private and public fundraising strategies in support ThinkFirst’s high priority, multi-disciplinary injury prevention programs.