BryceTech has partnered with technology and R&D clients to deliver mission and business success for nearly 20 years. Bryce combines core competencies in analytics and engineering with domain expertise. Our teams help government agencies, Fortune 500 firms, and investors manage complex programs, develop IT tools, and forecast critical outcomes. We offer clients proprietary, research-based models that enable evidence-based decision-making. Bryce cultivates a culture of engagement and partnership with our clients. BryceTech is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
S&T Analyst

BryceTech is looking for experienced science and technology analysts to support an opportunity with a defense client. The successful candidate will work with an integrated team to complete the following tasks:

  • Provide assessment of Science and Technology (S&T) exploitation and protection processes.
  • Support development of models to assess and formulate new policy options. 
  • Maintain awareness of, and exploit, emerging research to identify opportunities for transition.  Provide advice on implementing emerging technologies and operational security challenges. 
  • Develop analytical tools to enable identification and assessment of opportunities to leverage commercial and academic R&D for national security applications.
  • Assess and provide recommendations on technology protection measures including export control, rules on foreign investments, and intellectual property reviews.
  • Build networks and create opportunities within defense industrial base to mature defense capabilities.
  • Provide clear, concise, and consistent reports, briefs, and oral presentations to senior leadership.
  • Represents senior leadership at meeting with other offices, interagency, industry, academia, and other partners. 
  • Assist with program tracking contract milestones and deliverables 
  • Requires TS/SCI
  • Bachelors must be in a relevant Science, Technology, Engineering or Math Discipline, advanced degree preferred.
  • Ten years of relevant experience, preferably working with USG technology development and protection offices
  • Expertise creating and communicating analytical products
  • Expertise in assessing emerging technology and security implications, experience working with IC preferred.
  • Demonstrated attention to detail and multi-tasking ability
  • Strong analytical, problem-solving, and quantitative skills
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite, including Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and Outlook
  • Excellent interpersonal, organizational, and written/verbal communication skills
  • Experience working in a deadline-driven environment
  • Demonstrated ability to use logic to collect, evaluate and synthesize multiple sources of information, e.g., articles and research papers

BryceTech offers a full range of benefits, including competitive salary, a comprehensive health plan including dental and vision coverage, company-paid life & disability insurance policies, 401(k) plan with company match, and an educational reimbursement program.

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