Contract position: Our client in Irvine, CA is looking for a Associate Program Manager to support new product development in their R&D department who will manage large scale projects within the program.Responsibilities for the Project Manager
Requirements for the Project Manager
- Facilitates the creation and approval of business cases within the program, and coordinates the sharing and prioritization of resources among projects-
- Establishes and maintains program stakeholder relationships, expectations, and communications, both internal and external to the organization
- Develops a high-level milestone plan for the program and manages program change in accordance with the change management plan to control scope, quality, schedule, cost, and contracts
- Executes project plans (quality, risk, communication, staffing, etc.) and communicate project status and data in order to maintain accurate and current program information for the use of stakeholders
- Candidates must have an Engineering background, the project management experience can be taught.
- BS in Biomedical, Mechanical, Electrical or similar Engineering Required 2-5 year experience as a PM (or a mixture of engineering, project coordination and analysis who understands Project Management) (preferred)
- Experience managing/leading new product development/introduction projects engineering, aerospace, biotech, pharma, medical devices
- Will be managing 1-2 projects at a time
- Great contractor benefits
- Great contract benefits!
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