Bureau of International Security and Nonproliferation

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    There is no work/life balance at ISN

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    Former Employee - Associate in Dallas, TX
    Former Employee - Associate in Dallas, TX

    I worked at Bureau of International Security and Nonproliferation

    Pros

    Good opportunity for expierence right out of college.
    Lots of extra benefits such as stocked kitchen and company vacations.
    Pay is competitive.

    Cons

    No work life balance at all! The employees at ISN work a tremendous amount of hours. You can not turn off work, employees are always expected to respond to customers on the weekends and all holidays.

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    Be more aware of what how the employees are being treated by supervisors. The atmosphere is unconfortably clicky. Employees that have been with the company for over a year are not welcoming to new hires. It is a pushy and fierce environment. Management should reward those for the work actually being done not what they say they are doing. To succeed as employee at ISN you have to be willing to brag about yourself.

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Website www.state.gov/t/isn
Headquarters Washington, DC
Size 50 to 149 Employees
Founded Unknown
Type Government
Industry Government
Revenue Unknown / Non-Applicable per year
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ISN fights fire without fire. The Bureau of International Security and Nonproliferation (ISN) is the US point agency in preventing the spread of chemical, nuclear, and biological weapons of mass destruction (WMD). It uses multilateral diplomacy to create international agreement on WMD proliferation, implement international treaties, and support foreign allies in preventing the use of WMD by terrorists. ISN works through about a dozen offices including the Office of Weapons of Mass Destruction Terrorism, the Office of Conventional Arms Threat Reduction, and the Office of... More

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