Associate Director, Program Management Verastem
THIS JOB HAS EXPIRED The Associate Director of Project Management is an experienced professional in the principles of project management with demonstrated ability to manage large, high priority projects. This individual will work closely with internal cross functional teams and with Verastem?s partners to ensure clarity of strategy, to manage specific projects/programs, and to facilitate communication across all parties.
The AD of Project Management reports and will partner closely with the Senior Director Program Management to assist in the successful delivery of development milestones and goals tied to the overall longevity of Verastem?s pipeline and commercial infrastructure.
Serve as project/program manager and provide leadership, coordination, and cross-functional communication to enable teams to meet goals;
Develops and leads cross functional project teams through the creation and execution of high quality Integrated Development Plans;
Applies project management best practices in the development, initiation, planning, execution, control and closing of projects. Performs administrative tasks including creation and maintenance of project plan documents, meeting scheduling and facilitation, including agenda creation and tracking and communicating key decisions/action items;
Work closely with external partners to organize team meetings, coordinate schedules and follow-up on action items;
Responsible for project performance, risk management, administration, financial management and issue resolution for the project teams.
A 4-year degree and a minimum of 3-5 years of relevant work experience including some project or program management;
Minimum xxx years Project Management experience;
Biotechnology / pharmaceutical industry experience desirable;
Exceptional organizational skills, including expert competence in MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Project;
Proven ability to develop and manage to complex project plans, timelines, budgets, and critical path is required;
Possess excellent prioritization, resource planning, and communication skills, as well as the ability to share complex information with a diverse audience at all levels across the organization.
Mid to late stage drug development;
Medical Scientific Affairs;
Collaborating with external partners.
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THIS JOB HAS EXPIRED