Conference Producer & Researcher

job - full time, paid

TRACE International, Inc.
Annapolis, MD
Posted 44 Days ago
TRACE International, Inc.
Annapolis, MD
job - full time, paid
Posted 44 Days ago


Job Description

TRACE is a non-profit membership association that pools resources to provide practical and cost-effective anti-bribery compliance solutions for multinational companies and their commercial intermediaries.

TRACE is seeking a part-time Conference Producer and Researcher with expertise in the development of content for continuing education events and webinars for lawyers and senior-level compliance executives. Particular expertise in topics relating to the FCPA, global anti-bribery compliance and other overlapping regulatory compliance issues is strongly preferred. This position is ideal for a recent law school graduate, junior conference producer or law firm CLE coordinator with a background/experience in legal research who is looking to develop a subject matter expertise in the anti-corruption field. Although prior knowledge of the relevant laws and instruments – including the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, the UK Bribery Act 2010 and the OECD Anti-Bribery Convention – is not required, the successful candidate will be expected to develop and maintain familiarity with these and other legal regimes and also cultivate a network of industry contacts. Experience with webinar platforms and general event planning/coordination a plus. An avid reader and compliance/legal trends watcher will succeed in this role.


  • Carry out in-depth research and analyze findings to validate conference/webinar topics and develop program agendas
  • Source, invite and confirm senior level industry professionals to speak at TRACE events/webinars and build a database of industry experts
  • Assist in the development of new webinars for the TRACE Anti-Bribery Specialist Accreditation (TASA) program
  • Create original content and engaging copy for event and webinar related promotional materials 
  • Conduct ongoing research and use critical thinking to identify new conference ideas and topics
  • Provide the marketing team with strategic information on potential sponsorship opportunities
  • Compile and provide the training director and CLE coordinator with requested documents/information in support of state applications for continuing legal education
  • Identify speaking opportunities within the U.S. and globally and draft proposals
  • Provide ongoing support to marketing and training teams as required  


  • A strong academic background (a Bachelor’s degree required; Advanced degree, such as JD or MBA preferred)
  • Excellent research and analytical skills
  • Strategic thinker with highly developed business acumen
  • Superior organizational, communication, inter-personal and writing skills
  • Independence and initiative
  • Ability to thrive within a fast-paced environment
  • Project management experience preferred
  • Fluency in a foreign language a plus

Qualified candidates should send a resume and cover letter to: for consideration.


Company Description

TRACE is a globally recognized anti-bribery business organization and leading provider of cost-effective third party risk management solutions. Members and clients include hundreds of multinational companies headquartered worldwide.


event management, sponsorship, writing, web content, producing, avid, marketing, project management, training, microsoft word, communication, risk management, legal research, organization, analytical skills

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