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Sr Manager, Program Manager II

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Localisation: Salt Lake City, UT, États-Unis
Type de Contrat: Unfixed Term
Fonction: Executive/Strategy & Business Development

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Description

Position Summary
Sr Manager, Program Manager II (PM II) oversees the fulfillment of larger organizational goals in a highly technical environment. They manage a program, giving detailed attention to program strategy, project delegation, and program implementation. They coordinate activities between multiple projects without directly managing them. PM II guides all of the projects – and project managers – housed within one program.

This role requires an exceptional level of strategic thinking to direct long-term program planning. Managing a program includes drafting/organizing documentation, overseeing the design history file, running a program meeting, prioritizing projects and goals on behalf of a larger group, regularly updating timelines to track goals and milestones, facilitating stakeholder communication, guiding the program team through the change management process, and other relevant tasks. PM II should have an advanced knowledge of design control, change control, and risk management as they relate to medical device development and/or production.

PM II should have experience in leadership positions. This experience is necessary to guide program stakeholders and to serve as a mentor to others on the team. PM II will work closely with less experienced members of the program management team and should be adept at delegation and mentorship.

Responsibilities
  1. Perform all work in compliance with company policy and within the guidelines of BioFire Diagnostics’ Quality System.
  2. Manage program communication to align stakeholders and track goals/milestones.
  3. Run program meetings independently, assist others in running successful program meetings.
  4. Present program-related updates to large groups and executive groups.
  5. Own and delegate program-related tasks, including (but not limited to): meeting minutes, timeline updates, and presentation preparation.
  6. Utilize knowledge of BioFire products, design control, risk management and change control to draft project proposals, design input documentation, project plans, schedules, presentations, technical reviews, etc., and review these types of documents for other members of the team.
  7. Analyze relevant project information (e.g., project status, project issues, etc.), proactively brainstorm and implement solutions to potential roadblocks.
  8. Maintain documentation; ensure that appropriate documentation is complete at project close.
  9. Communicate with program stakeholders to assess and meet program milestones.
  10. Champion the change control process when managing product changes in a program setting.
  11. Draft risk management plans and/or risk assessments. Assist others in drafting their risk management plans and/or risk assessments.
  12. Build relationships with (and maintain the trust of) program stakeholders.
  13. Gather information on program stakeholders’ wants/needs.
  14. Independently manage multiple large/complex programs.
  15. Teach and/or mentor other members of the team.
  16. Navigate design history file (DHF) documentation in an audit (without guidance).
  17. Navigate workflows of other business units/departments to execute a successful project or program.
  18. Collaborate with program team to determine what the future of the program looks like, including goals and milestones. Use this information to create a five-year program or portfolio plan.
  19. Own multiple of the following: project plans, design change notices (DCNs), and technical reviews.
  20. Contribute to portfolio and company strategic plan.
  21. Escalate issues in program to executive-level when necessary.
  22. Independently generate (or maintain a significant portion) of the product's DHF.
  23. Negotiate with other departments to align divergent visions.
  24. Pursue growth opportunities for assigned program(s).
  25. Regularly review colleagues' documents and coach verbal communication.
  26. Proactively consider plans for training, onboarding, mentorship, and development.
  27. Seek out or create development opportunities for others on the team.


Studies and Experience

  • Bachelor’s degree required
  • BS in life science, engineering, or equivalent technical field a plus
  • Relevant advanced technical degree or MBA a plus 
  • PMP certification a plus
  • At least seven years of project or program management experience. Experience working for a medical device company a plus.

Skills and Qualifications
  • Advanced knowledge of BioFire products, design control, risk management, and change control.
  • Self-motivated, and able to manage time effectively.
  • Can effectively work as part of a team and supports the team with a helpful attitude.
  • Clear and transparent verbal and written communication.
  • Critical listening skills, and an ability to recognize important and high-level information.
  • Ability to stay positive and calm in stressful situations.
  • Ability to adjust to changes in scheduling, and general flexibility in the work environment.
  • Organization and extreme attention to detail.
  • Ability to complete work quickly and efficiently.
  • Critical and innovative thinker.
  • Confidence without arrogance.
  • Ability to understand multiple perspectives.
  • Inquisitive and eager to learn.
  • Comfortable with ambiguity.
  • Forward thinking.
  • Can lead the program team in goal-setting and strategic planning.
  • Strong understanding of how programs fit into the larger portfolio.
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