Our client, based in South Cambridgeshire, is looking for a Project Manager to join their team.
The Project Manager will be responsible for all aspects of our client’s healthcare development programmes, from proposal planning activity to the budgeting stage, through to product delivery.
Duties & Responsibilities
Ensuring that the projects delivered meet client’s needs and the company’s commercial expectations is the focus of this role. Depending on the specific expertise of the Project Manager, there will also be an opportunity for technical contribution, as an advisor, consultant or technical reviewer to projects.
It is essential for candidates to have the following skills and qualifications:
- Honours degree (or equivalent qualification/experience) in Science, Design or Engineering
- A proven track record in the planning, control and delivery of a broad range of healthcare development projects
- In-depth experience of one or more phases of the project development process (i.e. from concept through to industrialisation and manufacture)
- Application and understanding of the requirements of key industry standards including ISO 13485, 14971, 21CFR Part 820, IEC 62304 and/or IEC 62366
- Capable of contributing to proposal preparation activity including: evaluation of project risks, project planning and costing.
- Experience in managing multi-disciplinary project teams
- Experience in conducting Environment, Health and Safety risk assessments and COSHH assessments as part of project activities
- Experience of technical file management and submission
- Knowledge of at least one of the following markets: Drug Delivery; Surgical/Critical Care; Diagnostics instrumentation
- Understanding of Project Management Tools
- Excellent organisational, leadership, and management skills.
Due to the rural location, candidates will need to have their own transport. Candidates must be able and willing to travel as there is the potential for frequent travel both within the UK and overseas. Part time hours would be considered for this role (minimum 3 working days per week).