As the only UK trade association dedicated solely to the needs of UK road transport operators, the RHA strives to deliver best in class knowledge and expertise to its members.
We are committed to ensuring that every employee at the RHA is of the highest calibre with knowledge, experience, skills and if needed, qualifications to work across our business including: operations; employment law and employee relations; policy; training and development; sales, telesales and marketing; human resources, finance and administration, journalism and public relations.
Employees of the RHA can enjoy 25 days annual leave plus public and bank holidays. Depending on length of service, employees can also benefit from medical insurance, a contributory pension scheme and a childcare voucher scheme. The RHA recognises the importance of attracting, retaining and developing their people and therefore provides professional ongoing training and development to enable its people to fully develop their skills throughout their career.
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Register your CV
We are still interested in hearing from you even if you can’t find the job you want on our current vacancies list. Please send your CV to email@example.com and state which type of roles you are interested in together with details of the key skills you could bring to the RHA.
Applying for a role
To apply for any RHA vacancies, please send your CV and covering letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
To be considered for an interview you must clearly demonstrate within your CV and covering letter how your particular qualifications, experience, knowledge/skills and competencies compare with those outlined in the job description. Please also state where you saw the vacancy advertised and include details of your current salary and benefits package.
Please also note, we do not automatically acknowledge receipt of applications or write to unsuccessful applicants. If you have not received a reply within four weeks of the closing date, you should assume that your application has been unsuccessful.