Project Management

Location: Philadelphia, New York, New Jersey, DC area

Job Description

Project Managers led and manage projects in a FDA regulated environment and ensure that projects are delivered on-time, within scope and within budget.  A Project Manager is expected to work effectively with all levels of management and staff to provide guidance and results. Typical duties may include:
  • Develop and maintain detailed project plans including action plans, roles and responsibility matrix, project status reports, and related project documentation, incorporating technical and business requirements.
  • Collaborate and foster engagement, coordinate internal resources, ensure resource availability and allocation, and maintain cross-functional integration and service to meet project objectives.
  • Minimize project risks, report and escalate to management as needed and manage relationships and expectations with all stakeholders to help drive performance and project success.
  • Monitor, track and measure project performance using appropriate tools/ techniques and manage changes to the project scope, schedule, and costs using appropriate verification techniques.
  • Ownership for project team administration using MS Project and/or other systems to develop, update, and maintain documentation (project plans, agendas, minutes, action items/logs, monthly status reports, risk registers, core documents, etc.)


Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree and/or equivalent work experience; PMP certification a plus
  • Minimum of five years of successful project management experience  in the life sciences industry
  • Highly effective client, interpersonal and project management skills to facilitate and influence diverse staff and management at all levels and present project details
  • Proficiency with project management software, methodologies, techniques and processes  
  • Ability to successfully manage multiple, competing priorities in a time-sensitive environment
  • Working Knowledge of FDA and related guidelines (i.e., ICH, GMP, GCP, etc)