International Road Transport Union (IRU)

The International Road Transport Union (IRU) is the world road transport organisation, which upholds the interests of bus, coach, taxi and truck operators to ensure economic growth and prosperity via the sustainable mobility of people and goods by road worldwide

The International Road Transport Union (IRU) was founded in Geneva on 23 March 1948, one year after the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE), to expedite the reconstruction of war-torn Europe through facilitated international trade by road transport.

The IRU started as a group of national road transport associations from eight western European countries: Belgium, Denmark, France, the Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, Switzerland and the United Kingdom.

 

 


Belgium, Belgium
International Public Sector
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Competitive
The incumbent will be supporting the Communications Team in the implementation of external and internal communication plans of IRU Projects. The position offers a unique opportunity to work within a dynamic communications team and play an active role in helping to promote the messages of road transport in Europe.
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Geneva, Switzerland
International Public Sector
Contract
Competitive
The Senior Manager – Dangerous Goods/Technical Affairs will provide legislative support and will play a critical role in leading IRU’s outreach on technical affairs and dangerous goods transport, while developing trust-based relationships with government officials, politicians, industry representatives and other third party stakeholders.
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