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New managing director being sought by EuroRAP

3 July 2014

The European Road Assessment Association (EuroRAP) is seeking to appoint a new managing director to oversee its activities and deliver iRAP programmes. The chief executive 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. They will also be responsible for overseeing iRAP's programmes in the Middle East and Africa as and when to be agreed between iRAP and EuroRAP.

Further details can be found here.

For more information please email EuroRAP's administrator Brenda King brenda.king@eurorap.org with MD JOB ADVERTISEMENT in the subject line .

Closing date 7th September 2014.
 

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