Project Manager

Canton, MA

Job ID: 601

Job Req code: 601

Category: Other

Job Type: Project Management

Organogenesis  is a leader in regenerative medicine, focused in the areas of bio-active wound healing and soft tissue regeneration. 

The Project Manager will join a growing project management group and lead cross-functional project teams to achieve company business objectives. Responsibilities include handling multiple projects and facilitating communications across stakeholders to maintain transparency and enable decision-making on priorities.  Established tools and methodologies for delivering projects with consistency and repeatability will be used.

Key Responsibilities 

Responsible for the entire project life cycle; project initiation, planning, execution, monitoring and close-out.
Strive to deliver projects on-time, within scope and within budget.
Lead planning activities to develop robust project plans.
Execute project risk management activities including risk identification, ranking and contingency planning.
Manage all daily project activities, including schedule development, project budget development, team leadership, intra-division liaison, project communication, staffing activities, status reporting, and resource plan development.
Facilitate effective project meetings, handle change and conflict
Identifies and tracks critical path/activities, risks, contingencies and alternatives and offer suggestions to get projects back on track when necessary.
Establish milestones and monitor adherence to master plans and schedules.
Provide project updates to team and management on work performed, plans, budget and status.
Coordinate internal resources and third parties/vendors for the precise execution of projects.
Develop resource planning estimates to make decisions on project workload and priorities. Ensure resource availability and allocation is appropriate.
Use appropriate verification techniques to handle changes in project scope, schedule and cost.
Other responsibilities include, but are not limited to, preparing meeting agendas, recording meeting minutes, tracking action items, coordinating global and sub-team activities and disseminating project information.


Must have a Bachelor’s degree, in a science or engineering discipline
Minimum of 3 - 5 years of project management experience in Biotechnology, Pharmaceutical, Medical Device, CRO or a related healthcare field
Experience working in an FDA regulated environment with cross-functional development teams through product launch is required
PMP certification is highly preferred
Demonstrates exceptional organizational, written and oral communications, time management and project management skills.
Must be available to travel occasionally