Project Manager (Boston/Remote/Contract)

Posted 3 weeks ago

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Description

Our client, based in Boston MA, Project Manager (non-IT).

Start: Now
End: 12/31/2022

Remote/Boston area preferred

Rate: $105/hour

Position Overview:

The Project Manager reports to the Lead, Digital Innovation & Data Generation. This seasoned professional will work on projects across global medical affairs (GMA). Outputs will be project plans, executive reports, meeting management, vendor management, communications, and stakeholder management/partnership.

Responsibilities:

This position encompasses core GMA responsibilities that span across:

1) Digital Systems & Platforms

  1. Manage project timelines, deliverables, and communications for key digital initiatives
  2. Establish processes with functional leads to sustainably maintain data gathering, including connectivity with established tools to minimize manual burden
  3. User acceptance testing and story board building for digital enablement efforts across GMA
  4. Manage multiple projects focused on systems and data across GMA
  5. Support with SOP and risk assessments

2) GMA support

  1. Coordination and contribution to internal GMA meetings that are well planned, agenda driven, professionally facilitated, and tracked through formal notes and action items
  2. Create documentation, training, quality checks on processes, compliance review, and drafting communications for key audiences including the senior leadership team and cross-functional working team(s)
  3. Support product management work

Key Responsibilities:

  • • 1+ years of experience developing platforms/systems/processes
  • • 1+ years of change management of systems and/or processes
  • • 3+ years of project management with matrixed stakeholders
  • • 1+ years of analytics and reporting
  • • Experience/exposure in healthcare technology development, especially in AI/NLP/ML, with the ability to liaise with stakeholders and vendors to design and implement digital solutions
  • • Ability to design and deliver workshops that engage relevant cross-functional internal teams
  • • User Acceptance Testing and bug tracking experience
  • • Demonstrated ability to implement projects on time and on budget
  • • Critical analysis and problem-solving skills
  • • Meeting facilitation skills (personal organization, advanced preparation, and follow-up)
  • • Understanding of medical affairs organizations and their role within biopharma companies and the broader industry strongly preferred
  • • Has worked in highly regulated industryRequired:
  •    • BA/BSc
  • • Graduate Degree preferred, but not required

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