Below are any available full-time opportunities listed on GHSA's Highway Safety Careers job board.

Staff Accountant

The Governors Highway Safety Association (GHSA) is seeking a full-time Staff Accountant. This individual will be responsible for providing operational support for GHSA’s financial, operational, and accounting activities. The Staff Accountant interacts with all organizational levels, internal and external to GHSA, and collaborates with GHSA’s leadership team to ensure business success and execution of GHSA’s Mission and Vision. This position is responsible for:

Meetings & Events Manager

The Governors Highway Association (GHSA) is seeking a full-time Meetings & Events Manager. This individual will play an integral role in delivering the highest-caliber experience for GHSA members and other constituents by planning, implementing and managing logistics associated with GHSA meetings and events. This individual will also handle management of logistics related to the Association’s meeting- and event-related contract deliverables and occasionally assist the CEO with special projects as well as speaking engagements for the senior staff. Duties include:

Highway Safety Specialist - SME


Advise NRO leadership, managers, and regional program managers on effective traffic safety law enforcement strategies for use by states in their highway safety plans, annual grant applications and project agreements, that are consistent with all applicable Federal government policies pertaining to implementation of traffic law enforcement programs.

Research Psychologist/Social Science Researcher


You will serve as a research psychologist/social science researcher in a division within the Office of Behavioral Safety Research. The Office has national responsibility for conducting behavioral research on road user factors to prevent crashes and strategies to reduce traffic-related deaths and injuries. You will manage applied research and evaluation of highway safety demonstration projects and explore the effectiveness of approaches to modify road user behavior to improve traffic safety.

Public Policy Manager, Work and Economic Policy


As Public Policy Manager (Work and Economic Policy), you will develop our global narrative, public policy positions and global strategy on strategic policy issues related to driver and courier well-being and independent work. You will build the evidence base that will help Uber gain support from key external stakeholders as well as partner with Uber’s public policy teams around the world to promote effective policy development and advocacy.

Operations Assistant


Join the Oregon Department of Transportation team as an operations assistant, where you will support the division program managers with grant paperwork, grantee compliance issues and training, report creation and tracking and more! Our office is responsible for monitoring the safety of transportation in Oregon through education and awareness. Your support will be an integral part of TSO to achieve its mission of eliminating traffic fatalities and series injuries on Oregon roadways. Apply today!

Head of Safety


Nuro is seeking an experienced safety leader and thought partner to help lead our efforts to enhance safety in the design, testing, and operation of our core products. Nuro’s mission is to better everyday life through robotics, and today we are focused on autonomous vehicle technologies that provide a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to save lives and reduce injuries on our roadways while reimagining the role that automobiles can and should play in our society.

Creative Director


As the Creative Director at, you will serve as the visionary leader responsible for shaping the creative direction of our organization. You will lead, inspire, and manage our creative team to conceptualize and produce innovative and impactful campaigns and materials that not only align with our brand identity but also exceed client objectives. This role requires a balance of creativity, leadership, strategic thinking, effective project management, and responsible budget management to ensure the consistent delivery of high-quality creative work.

Transportation Specialist


The ideal candidate is a mid to senior level professional who functions independently and demonstrates leadership in team environments and/or managing people. The ideal candidate also has strong analytical, strategic planning, and communication skills. Experience in analyzing and providing recommendations for improvement of transportation policy and an ability to meet organizational goals is desirable.

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