Project Coordinator - Contract

Project Coordinator - Contract
Verb Surgical - A Google and Johnson & Johnson joint venture!


Our mission is to do whatever it takes to build two different robot designs in the next 8 months. Support Senior Project Manager on program critical project. Smooth is fast, and we need to go fast. Get to see what it takes to build a surgical robot.

Professional Experience/Background to be successful in this role:

  • Experience with projects that employ a multi-disciplined engineering group
  • Understanding of electromechanical component terminology.
  • Functional experience using MS Project, and MS suite of tools.
  • B.S. Engineering degree, 0 years of experience, interested in project management.
  • 5+ years of experience as a project coordinator in a fast paced hardware technology centric company.

Key Accountabilities:
  • Update Program Milestones in a PERT and Gantt charts.
  • Place purchase requisitions
  • Take notes and distribute to meeting attendees
  • Track action item status
  • Create risk matrices
  • Create graphics to communicate plans, status, risk to the team and management
  • Experience with SCRUM and Agile development for hardware a plus.
  • Experience using JIRA

Expected Outcomes:
Whatever it takes to build two flavors of robots in 8 months.

Who is Verb Surgical?

Verb Surgical™ is shaping the future of surgery. A new future, a future unimagined even a few years ago, which will involve machine learning, robotic surgery, instrumentation, advanced visualization, and data analytics. A future of surgery that aims to achieve improved patient outcomes, lower costs, and greater hospital efficiency.

Verb Surgical was founded with technology, expertise, and funding from Verily (formerly Google Life Sciences) and Ethicon, a medical device company in the Johnson & Johnson family of companies. This company will continue in strong partnership with Verily and Johnson & Johnson (Google and Johnson & Johnson Team for Robotic Surgery) to advance the surgical tools and capabilities available to surgeons and OR professionals today.

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