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EuroRAP seeks CEO

The current CEO, the Managing Director of the Association, is retiring.  You will lead the European Road Assessment Association's activities and enable your Members to deliver RAP programmes. You will conceive or develop practical programmes of research, implementation, legislation or communications that will lead to safer roads. 


In addition to a core grant from the FIA Foundation and membership fees, you must raise funds from a wide variety of sources to help enable the Association's and your Members' programmes. 


You will work closely with other partners and RAP programmes worldwide including iRAP, a charity established by EuroRAP to act as a global umbrella for road assessment and develop key software tools for global use.


You will be responsible for a team of UK based staff who are jointly employed by EuroRAP and iRAP so they can move easily between the work of European and global programmes.  You will be responsible for overseeing iRAP's programmes in the Middle East and Africa as and when may be agreed between iRAP and EuroRAP.


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Closing date 7th September 2014. 



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