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Working directly with, and reporting to, the chief executive, the Public Affairs Manager is a critical post in the charity. You will plan and deliver a packed programme of national public affairs and related publicity activities to progress Brake’s policy calls in the UK, and also internationally, and keep these calls, and the charity, in the public eye.
The purpose of the role is to save lives and the planet by growing our fleet participants to enable them to apply and share information that helps them reduce their road risk and emissions from at-work travel. The successful candidate will have a focus on building stakeholder relationships, as well as marketing and coordinating international events and membership programmes.
The purpose of the role is to save lives and the planet by providing information that helps fleet operators reduce their road risk and emissions from at-work travel. The successful candidate will work with management to plan, commission, write and publish a suite of tools (ranging from reports to webcasts and blogs) for fleet operators on a range of topics, centrally relating to vehicle safety, driver safety, routing and modal choice, and incident data collation/analysis.
Working directly with, and reporting to, the managing editor, the successful candidate will research, edit and write a broad variety of content for a diverse audience that includes educators, parents, children, academics and other professionals, on topics relating to road safety and sustainability.
If you have been bereaved or injured in a crash, or you are passionate about road safety, there are lots of ways you can help Brake by volunteering in your community or our office.
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