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Get in the driving seat – of your own company car

OK, real talk. If you're new to the job market, not many people are going to offer you a salary and a company car for doing a whole load of chatting and driving.

Boy, do I have the opportunity for you.

IAM RoadSmart
 

IAM RoadSmart Younger Driver Ambassador

IAM RoadSmart is an organisation that does advanced driver training. They have a spot open for a Younger Driver Ambassador: a sort of mentor / spokesperson for young drivers.

It involves going to road safety events, writing blogs, talking at schools - basically, loads of travelling, learning, driving, meeting people and making a difference.

Alongside plenty of advanced driver training, you'll also be getting experience that's going to impress the pants off future employers. How to present to a room full of people, how to network, how to project plan. It's CV GOLD, pure gold.

And did I mention the company car?

What you need to do

To apply, you need to write a 500-word statement about why you'd be a good Younger Driver Ambassador. If you're an ingenie driver and you've worked hard on your driving feedback, got involved in our community of young drivers or even been a 100/100 driver, you've got everything you need to have a real shot. We'd be very happy to write you a supporting summary of how you've been doing with us and of course you can share your feedback.

You can also submit a 2-minute video along with your written application, so get creative! Just don't film yourself driving with your phone...that's not going to win you anything except 6 points on your licence.

I would really love an ingenie driver to get this position. It's all about what we're trying to do here: making good driving something to strive for, so you get all the benefits of saving money, staying safe and feeling confident on the road.

Please go for it. It's everything you need to set you on a brilliant career path.

Apply here today.


Honor Clement-Hayes

By Honor Clement-Hayes

Honor joined ingenie in 2014 and is in charge of words on the Young Driver's Guide and blog. Her first car is a Peugeot 206 cabriolet, which is a very sensible choice for the British climate. Follow her on .