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Employment at BIO

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We offer a competitive benefits package. Send resume, cover letter, and salary requirements to:

Biotechnology Innovation Organization
Human Resources Department
1201 Maryland Avenue, SW
Suite 900
Washington, DC 20024
Phone: 202.962.9200
Fax: 202.488.6308
Email: hr@bio.org

BIO is currently recruiting for the following positions.

BIO Internship Program

If you are interested in a summer 2018 internship, please email your resume to hr[at]bio.org

Controller/Managing Director

Primary Purpose of the Position:
The primary purpose of this position is to assist the CFO with the financial affairs of the organization and oversee the accounting operations for the organization...

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Deputy General Counsel for Agriculture & Environment

Primary Purpose of the Position:
Serve as in-house counsel providing legal advice and managing services with respect to legal, policy, and regulatory matters affecting the agricultural and environmental biotechnology industries. This primarily involves any litigation and regulatory activities related to USDA, EPA and FDA, as well as any related legislative and advocacy activities...

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Director, Healthcare Policy, Medicaid and State Initiatives

Primary Purpose of the Position:
The Director, Healthcare Policy, Medicaid and State Initiatives, will help direct the association’s policy and regulatory efforts related to patient access to innovative biopharmaceuticals within Medicaid and other safety-net programs as well as issues related to demonstrating the value of innovative biopharmaceuticals and other complex public policy and legislative issues. This position is responsible for the development and coordination of efforts intended to respond to and affect implementation of regulations and policies at the Federal and State level for their issue portfolio, with particular emphasis on working across the organization and collaboratively with stakeholder organizations to execute strategies in support of BIO policy initiatives both inline and emerging. The successful candidate will bring deep experience shaping, developing, and advancing a substantive policy agenda across a diverse member/stakeholder environment...

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Director, Science and Regulatory Affairs

Primary Purpose of the Position:
The Director, Science and Regulatory Affairs, has responsibility within the Health Section for policy development and successful execution of initiatives that improve the ability of BIO companies to conduct research and development and gain regulatory approval of products, both within the United States and internationally. The focus of the position will be primarily on activities of the Food and Drug Administration, but will also include advocacy with numerous scientific, regulatory and other bodies both in the United States and abroad...

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Manager, Analytical Support

Primary Purpose of the Position:
The primary purpose of this position is to develop analytics to grow revenue, enhance the organizations business intelligence and improve reporting capabilities throughout revenue generating operations. The position will integrate BIO’s data analytics systems and support marketing and event promotion operations with data driven solutions. The position will supervise and have responsibility for developing, maintaining and providing analysis and forecasts for the BIO’s event portfolio and other revenue generating services...

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Manager, Membership Data & Industry Research

Primary Purpose of the Position:
The primary purpose of the position is to provide biotechnology industry information and support for the Member Services team. The individual will monitor companies' businesses, product pipelines, impactful news, and executive management structures, collated from industry publications, websites, and SEC filings, with extensive detail. In addition to collecting this information, this individual will enter it into BIO’s membership database to maintain current, high-quality data to be used in membership recruitment, retention, and customer service. Significant research, data analysis, data management, and data cleansing is required on a daily basis.
Equally important for this position will be the forecasting and tracking of dues revenue to help inform the team on membership trends and drive strategic decisions. To supplement the dues revenue forecasting, this person will provide customized data reports to department staff, and assist staff as needed with developing reports. Reporting may include member status, company revenue, location, and therapeutic focus. In addition, this employee will work with other departments on an as-needed basis to fulfill specific research requests and monitor data integrity. ..

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Curious about benefits?

BIO offers all full time employees a competitive benefits package that includes:

  • Health Insurance
  • Dental Insurance
  • Life Insurance
  • Short-Term Disability
  • Long-Term Disability
  • 401(k) Savings Plan
  • Profit-Sharing Plan
  • Paid Vacation
  • Paid Holidays
  • Paid Sick Leave
  • Flexible Spending Accounts
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Pre-Tax Transportation Programs
  • Fitness Center