In this role you will have the opportunity to grow into overall responsibility for program execution through leadership, program scheduling, financial reporting and budgeting, managing contract deliverables while identifying and mitigating risks.
Manage end to end one or more projects across departments while influencing project decisions in coordination with Medical Affairs, R&D, Clinical, Regulatory Affairs, Quality, Manufacturing and Logistics timelines.
Manage all phases of the program(s) from conceptualization through completion, including acquisition, planning, and managing technical performance to ensure quality, business, and financial objectives are attained.
Ensure construction projects are completed to support programs and continuous operations of company facilities, including buildings, utility systems, for both owned and leased buildings. Interface with landlord on leased assets.
In this role, you will manage key timelines, dependencies, and Core Team resources across business platforms. You will be accountable to ensure your programs are aligned across business scope and milestones.
The Engineering Program/Project Manager is responsible for managing the execution of programs and/or projects consisting of single or multiple projects and/or programs. Works within the constraints of budget, schedule, and scope, while managing risk, and ensuring adherence to established processes and methodologies.
Responsible for the development of employee skills and evaluation of employee performance on assigned responsibilities including: Earned Value Management System (EVMS) analysis; support to CAMS and IPTs.
The Supply Chain Project Manager role requires the ability to interact with a diverse and highly talented team of contributors. The role requires a client service mindset, the ability to execute both tactical and strategic activities and the delivery of innovative and creative planning analysis and solutions.