Regional Road Safety Manager

  • Full time
  • up to £45,000
  • Scotland, NI and North of England (Remote)
  • Closing 11th June 2024


  • Advertised from 14th May 2024

Role

Prospectus are excited to be working exclusively with IAM RoadSmart to help them recruit for a Regional Road Safety Manager to join their team covering the Scotland, NI and North of England. As the UK’s largest independent road safety charity, formed in 1956, IAM RoadSmart spent more than 60 years making UK roads safer by improving driver and rider skills through coaching and education. The charity has over 77,000 members, all of whom have taken and passed an advanced test in a car, commercial vehicle or on a motorcycle.

Please note this is a full-time role being offered on a permanent basis. (The role involves overnight stays as well as evening and weekend work)

The Regional Road Safety Manager is responsible for overseeing IAM RoadSmart's operational service in Scotland, NI, and the North of England. This includes managing the field service north team. They ensure that all IAM RoadSmart standards and qualifications are followed and regularly checked for quality.

Additionally, they handle the recruitment and ongoing training of IAM RoadSmart volunteers to support the organisation's business model. They also work on growing IAM’s diverse membership as part of the 3-year strategy. Their responsibilities also include overseeing operational delivery, volunteer engagement, group development and nurturing relationships with PCCs, Safer Road Partnerships and other organisations and partners in their designated regions.

The ideal candidate should possess a Police Class 1 Driving and Riding qualification or an equivalent IAM Masters certification, accompanied by IMI National Observer qualifications and IMI Examiner qualifications, where applicable. They must demonstrate a deep understanding of driving and riding techniques. The right candidate for the role will have great interpersonal skills, experience of delivering strategy and managing change. They will have experience of managing volunteers and groups and will be able to work independently as well as a part of a team. This role will oversee a team of 3 full time employees.

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