Project Manager, Product Development

Job TitleProject Manager, Product Development

Job Description


Project Manager is responsible for leading the activities as the CT-AMI Database Owner and maintaining a software tools roadmap. Leading the overall planning and execution of these related projects, with strong focus on satisfying customer needs.

Your Responsibilities:

  • Leads projects within a function under a larger program managed by a Program Manager.
  • Leads smaller efforts across business functions outside of a larger program.
  • Leads the project team in the overall project planning and execution, balancing scope, schedule and budget.
  • Establish strong operating mechanisms to track progress, identify issues and risks, overcome obstacles, and define recovery plans.
  • Chairs and coordinate the communication of project status to Program Managers, Functional Management and stakeholders.
  • Align with other project or program managers to identify dependencies and resolve conflicts.
  • Ensure functional deliverables are compliant to regulatory and the business unit quality system requirements


  • Bachelor’s degree in an Engineering field, or equivalent medical device industry experience
  • 5+ years of experience in a technical field or project management role
  • 3 years in medical device or other regulated industry
  • 3 years experience in phase-gate new product introduction process
  • 3 years leading or participating in cross-functional teams

Desired Qualifications:

  • Over 5 years’ experience in the Medical Device industry or other regulated industry
  • Green or Black Belt preferred
  • Experience with SW tools architecture, framework and techniques (e.g. IBM Rational suite of tools)
  • Experience in statistical techniques
  • Experience in writing / revising quality management system processes
  • Participated in or supported regulatory audits


  • Driving through influential leadership, while coaching of team members
  • Motivate and engage project team, treat them fairly and with respect.
  • Empower them, but hold them accountable for: deliveries, schedule, process, quality, people skills.
  • Good people management skills, including: leadership, conflict resolution, assertiveness,

Advance your career in an environment that supports work-life balance, health & well-being and continuous learning. Making a difference begins right here, where you come first. Apply today!

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