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

Research Psychologist


You will serve as a research psychologist in the Injury Prevention Research Division. The Office has national responsibility for conducting behavioral research on the role of driver factors in crash avoidance and in identifying strategies for reducing traffic-related deaths and injuries.

Director of Communications

The Governors Highway Association (GHSA) is seeking a full-time Director of Communications. The Director of Communications is responsible for managing GHSA’s communications activities including print and electronic publications, news media, and GHSA’s website and social media accounts. The role also collaborates on GHSA’s Annual Meeting, develops and delivers presentations at conferences and events, and enhances the overall quality and visibility of GHSA’s communications. Duties include:

Senior Government Affairs Manager

Job Details

  • Level: Management
  • Job Location: DC - Washington, DC
  • Position: Type Full Time
  • Education: Level 4 Year Degree
  • Travel Percentage: Negligible
  • Job Shift: Day
  • Job Category: Government


The Senior Government Affairs Manager manages NSC legislative, regulatory, policy development, and grassroots initiatives. This position is responsible for advancing NSC legislative and regulatory priorities and identifying strategic opportunities for the Council at the federal and state levels.

Civil Engineer - Highway

Job Description

This position is located in the Office of Safety Technologies, Office of Safety, Federal Highway Administration, Washington, DC. The incumbent serves as a civil engineer and provides advice to Safety Leadership on highway safety programs and the Federal-aid process. The incumbent serves as an expert in identifying, developing and delivering safety as part of the overall Federal-aid project development process to reduce the number and severity of highway crashes. 

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