Commercialization Project Manager Sr.

Job Title

Commercialization Project Manager Sr.

Job Description

In this role, we are looking for:
An Enterprising Project Manager who has taken new products (preferably medical devices) from completion of R&D to a successful global market launch. Someone with the drive to learn and navigate through a multitude to corporate layers and IT systems typical in a large organization. This person must have experience in working with internal regulatory colleagues and external regulatory bodies. Someone who can develop a playbook for launching new products in the global market.


  • Close coordination with marketing, sales and service organizations to ensure a successful product introduction and launch Work closely with R&D PM and all other internal functions to ensure a clean transfer of the product from manufacturing floor to the clients.
  • Ensure all internal systems and processes are enabled and prepared for launching a new product.
  • Close coordination with hospitals to ensure their readiness to accept the new product.
  • Ensuring in-country registrations are in place.
  • SAP and other business systems are setup appropriately to receive and execute customer orders.
  • Hospitals are identified and hospital/internal staff are trained to install and use the product.
  • Contracts and agreements are in place with identified customers.
  • Work closely with service organization to identify correct composition of kitting, field replaceable units and appropriate stock levels required to meet any unforeseen situations.
  • Be the central point of contact for a successful new product launch. Track all necessary deliverables to ensure a smooth launch. Periodically report to senior management, the progress, risks and challenges.

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