BAI is seeking a Treaty and Regulatory Compliance Analyst to support a U.S. government agency’s cutting-edge science and technology research and development program. This position is currently teleworking. Our Analysts assist Federal Program Managers and researchers in complying with applicable treaty, regulatory and policy frameworks, and support our client in representing the agency’s interests in interagency and international technology policy discussions. As a key member of this team, BAI’s Treaty Compliance Analyst is responsible for facilitating department-wide compliance with applicable arms control agreements, with a particular focus on the Biological Weapons Convention (BWC) and the Chemical Weapons Convention (CWC).
In this position, the successful applicant will:
•Review and assess all relevant agency-sponsored research and development activities for Treaty and Regulatory compliance and perception issues
•Coordinate logistics for senior-level meetings and briefings related to arms control compliance
•Advocate for the Department’s equities within the U.S. interagency on a variety of biological science and nonproliferation policy issues
•Serve as treaty compliance subject-matter expert for other Compliance Assurance Team colleagues
•Manage multiple compliance portfolios and related information on all agency-sponsored biological, chemical, and animal care research activities
BAI, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.
Celebrating 20 years of successful Business, BAI – one of Inc. Magazine’s 5,000 Fastest-Growing Private Companies In America – has built a strong reputation upon the excellence of our carefully selected employees and the comprehensive, innovative solutions we provide to our government clients. BAI employees are customer-focused, cleared professionals with the education and experience to support a wide spectrum of science and technology, management, analytical, administrative, security, and IT/cybersecurity mission areas. From managing research and education programs in homeland security-related fields to reviewing critical technology acquisition initiatives for compliance with international arms control agreements, our forward-thinking employees are continually positioned to make a positive impact on our country’s safety, security, and resilience, now and in the future.