Employment at BIO
We offer a competitive benefits package. Send resume, cover letter, and salary requirements to:
Biotechnology Innovation Organization
Human Resources Department
1201 Maryland Avenue, SW
Washington, DC 20024
BIO is currently recruiting for the following positions.
Associate Counsel, Intellectual Property Policy
The Associate Counsel, IP Policy, will conduct legal research and analysis on a wide range of intellectual property and technology transfer matters, and will participate in the development and implementation of BIO’s advocacy at the state, federal and international levels...
BIO Internship Program
If you are interested in a 2017 internship, please email your resume to hr[at]bio.org
Coordinator, Alliance Development and Public Affairs
Provide effective and timely administrative and professional support to the Alliance Development and Public Affairs team; coordinate logistics for department programming and provide support for events and activities related to advancing BIO’s strategic priorities; and maintain and manage relationships with third party stakeholders...
Director, Federal Government Relations
To oversee BIO’s lobbying on Food & Agriculture Section (F&A Section) issues; to manage/oversee BIO’s work on such issues with industry coalition partners; to manage any future internal resources for such issues...
Director, Sales & Sponsorship
This primary purpose of this position is to drive revenue via the sale of sponsorships, exhibit space and other opportunities at BIO’s events. This position is responsible for managing key accounts. Key accounts include BIO Double Helix and Helix Sponsors, domestic and international pavilions, and other high dollar/value member and sponsor companies. This position will also be responsible for revenue tracking and reporting, and benefit fulfillment of assigned events. This position will supervise and mentor junior staff and direct reports in their daily sales, fulfillment, operations, data management, and customer service activity...
Director, Science and Regulatory Affairs
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...
Director, Strategic Issues Campaign Communications
Manager, Federal Government Relations
This position will help manage BIO’s federal government relations lobbying and research efforts related to biotechnology issues including agriculture, environmental and health care...
Managing Director for Alliance Development/Patient Engagement
The primary purpose of this position is to build alliances with patient advocacy organizations, disease research/advocacy foundations, healthcare provider organizations, and pharmaceutical and biotechnology communities related to such groups...
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