Policy Manager

Remote, USA (San Francisco or Washington, D.C preferred)
Full time

Credo AI is looking for a motivated, driven individual to join our Policy Team as Policy Manager (fully remote). Credo AI’s Policy Team is responsible for developing an overarching policy strategy and philosophy for Credo AI in regard to policy advocacy, intelligence, partnerships, and engagement.

About this position

Reports To: Global Director of Policy

About Credo AI 

Credo AI is a venture-backed company on a mission to empower organizations to deliver Responsible AI at scale.  Credo AI brings context-driven governance and risk assessment to ensure compliant, fair, and auditable development and use of AI. Our goal is to move RAI development from an “ethical” choice to an obvious one. We aim to do this both by making it easier for organizations to integrate RAI practices into their AI development and by collaborating with policymakers to set up appropriate ecosystem incentives. The ultimate goal is to reduce the risk of deploying AI systems, allowing companies to capture AI's benefits while mitigating the unintended consequences.

About the Role

What we are looking for: Credo AI is looking for a motivated, driven individual to join our Policy Team as Policy Manager (fully remote). Credo AI’s Policy Team is responsible for developing an overarching policy strategy and philosophy for Credo AI in regard to policy advocacy, intelligence, partnerships, and engagement. We are a small but mighty Policy Team, dedicated to bringing our experiences working with industry, and quality insights from the research community of Responsible and Safe Artificial Intelligence directly to policymakers, to better inform the guardrails and best practices that they are developing at the local, state, federal, and global level.  Conversely, the Credo AI Policy Team helps to inform Credo AI product development by finding, understanding, analyzing, and explaining Artificial Intelligence policies at the local, state, federal, and global level. Together, the Credo AI Policy and Product teams develop comprehensive governance capabilities for companies using Artificial Intelligence across a variety of industries, including but not limited to: generative AI, financial services, insurance, human resources, and defense/public sector/government use of AI. The person in this role must be an excellent team player, who is able to work cross-functionally and seamlessly with various teams at Credo AI, including: research, customer success, sales, and product.

The Policy Manager will report to the Global Policy Director, and will be responsible for:

  • building and advancing multi stakeholder relationships and partnerships at the local, state, and federal level in the United States, including regulatory agencies as well as legislatures;  
  • tracking, developing, and analyzing policy proposals and legislative activities; preparing drafts of timely and compelling advocacy materials; 
  • preparing presentations and policy papers to other policy professionals, lawyers, lawmakers, and government officials; 
  • supporting the development and maintenance of policymaker coalitions; 
  • providing leverage to Credo AI’s leadership team by monitoring and analyzing the fast-moving body of legislative and executive actions related to artificial intelligence across current and future focus states and districts. 
  • tracking and analyzing regional campaigns and initiatives, producing raw material needed to engage key stakeholders and target decision-makers on specific opportunities for action, utilizing your own connections/network to engage these decision-makers and key stakeholders 

Our ideal candidate will have some experience in policy analysis in artificial intelligence, data science, and cybersecurity. They will be a partner to other Policy and Product team members in devising effective approaches to monitor, track and analyze relevant efforts. Critically, our Policy manager will have a robust policy network and connections to coalition members, regulatory bodies and policymakers at the U.S. local, state, or federal level. 

You might be a good fit if: 

  • You are aligned to our mission: you are a driven, motivated individual who is excited about technology policy for social good! 
  • You are a critical thinker: you have excellent writing skills, and an ability to analyze and synthesize large amounts of information quickly and accurately. 
  • You are a problem-solver: you enjoy “connecting the dots,” and care deeply about “bridging the gap” between the technology industry, cutting-edge research in the field of AI Safety, and traditional government relations and policy-making. 
  • You are an effective communicator: You are an outgoing individual with a robust policy network who enjoys making personal connections.  


Academic Background:

  • Required: Undergraduate or graduate university degree in Public Policy, Public Administration, International Affairs, Political Science, Economics, or Law 
  • Preferred: Experience/familiarity with computer science, data science, Information Technology and Information Systems, Information Science, Software Engineering, Computer Engineering, Cybersecurity 

Professional Background:

  • Required
  • 5+  years experience in qualitative and/or quantitative policy analysis
  • In-depth knowledge of Artificial Intelligence policy & Data Science Policy
  • Project management experience
  • State and local government relations experience & network 

  • Preferred:
  • Congressional relations experience & network / familiarity with and knowledge of U.S. government legislative process 
  • Knowledge of and familiarity with global/multi stakeholder processes and organizations such as ISO, OECD, UN, NATO, and EU



  • Data management and analysis tools as well as a strong desire to learn and understand the technical environment (related to the Credo AI product and platform) 
  • Communication networks as working tools
  • Preferred (but not required) experience with Slack, G-Suite, 

Core Competencies: 

  • Analytical thinking
  • Excellent writing skills
  • Diplomatic sensitivity
  • Teamwork
  • Flexible/cross-functional thinking

Location & Remote Culture

We are a fully distributed company and are comfortable hiring in any location (location-specific legal requirements permitting). While this is a remote role and we're a fully distributed team, we routinely meet up in-person. We support individual members to coordinate in-person coworking whenever possible, and organize company-wide offsites multiple times a year.At Credo AI we value diversity, equity, and inclusion as core principles in our work environment, and the development of our product offerings, and we have implemented initiatives to foster and support these values.

Credo AI Benefits & Perks

  • Competitive Salary and equity
  • Health:We offer health, dental, and vision coverage. We also offer an ergonomic benefit to cover the costs of equipment to help staff stay healthy while working, both in the office and at home.
  • Coworking: We will cover the cost of co-working spaces like WeWork and in-person meetups.
  • Unlimited PTO:Credo AI has unlimited time off to support our employees 
  • Generous Parental Leave:We offer up to 12 weeks of paid parental leave.
  • 401(k) plan for  employees.


The expected salary range for this position is $85K - $150k.  Our salary ranges are determined by role, level, and location. The range displayed on each job posting reflects the minimum and maximum target for new hire salaries for the position across all US locations. Within the range, individual pay is determined by work location and additional factors, including job-related skills, experience, and relevant education or training.

Credo AI is proud to be an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, veteran status, disability, or other legally protected statuses. We celebrate diversity and we are committed to creating an inclusive environment in all aspects of employment, including recruiting, hiring, promoting, training, compensation, benefits, and all other privileges and conditions of employment. All employment decisions at Credo AI are based on business needs, job requirements, and individual qualifications.

Research has shown that some potential candidates will only submit an application when they feel that they have met close to all of the qualifications for a role. We encourage you to have confidence in your abilities and submit your application as long as you are passionate about working to make a meaningful impact in the ecosystem of  responsible and safe AI. We are very interested in hearing from a pool of candidates with diverse perspectives.

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