Careers with the RSA
We are an employer of choice and aspire to create an empowering and collaborative environment for our people.
We are a modern and progressive public service employer who is striving to change attitudes and behaviours among road users to save lives and prevent injuries.
Our roles are diverse and include areas such as Technology, Project Managers, Data Analysts, Business Analysts, Researchers / Statisticians, Driver Testers, Administrative and Management roles, Customer Care agents, Enforcement Officers, Engineers, and Legislation.
Any vacancies will be advertised below and on on the Public Jobs.ie website.
We have no current vacancies
Public Service Jobs
You can also view and apply for current vacancies within the RSA at publicjobs.ie
Our vision, mission and values
Our Vision is to be a world leader in Road Safety, driving change in attitudes and behaviors in road users, collaborating with stakeholders, to save lives.
Our Mission is to save lives and prevent injuries by reducing the number and severity of collisions on our roads.
Our Values: The safety of the public on our roads is at the heart of everything we do, and our values underpin how we work with each other and for others as we pursue our commitment to making roads safe for all users.
We live and embed our values through collaboration, innovation and commitment to excellence in service.
We behave ethically, honestly and transparently in all our actions.
We value and appreciate each others contributions in achieving our goals.
Making a Difference
Everything we do is to improve road safety.
We deliver innovative, responsive and accessible public services.
Collaboration and Partnership
We foster inclusive and supportive working with staff and partners.
We aim to create, maintain and cultivate a culture of inclusiveness and diversity where difference 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.