Why Join Us?

FogPharma is a biopharmaceutical company pioneering the discovery and development of Helicon™ therapeutics, which are peptides capable of efficient cell entry and modulation of both protein-protein and protein-DNA interactions. Through Helicon therapeutics, FogPharma is poised to revolutionize the medical possibilities for patients by precisely drugging intracellular targets long understood to be significant drivers of disease but never before drugged due to the limitations of existing drug modalities to act within the cell.

 

FOG-001, the company’s first-in-class TCF-blocking β-catenin inhibitor, is being evaluated in a Phase 1/2 study for patients with advanced solid tumors, including colorectal cancer. FogPharma is fully leveraging the unprecedented potential Helicons present by deploying proprietary, custom-built machine learning and computational methods as part of its discovery and development process. FogPharma has raised more than $500 million to date from leading life sciences investors. FogPharma is headquartered in Cambridge, Mass.

What’s the opportunity?

Reporting to the Senior Director, Project Management, the Senior Manager, Project Management is responsible for managing cross-functional drug development projects, in either preclinical or clinical development stages. Working with a multi-disciplinary Project Team, the incumbent will develop and manage Sub-Team projects and track progress against milestones , goals, and the integrated program plan. This individual, in concert with the Project Teams, will drive project execution and serve as the official source of project status and information.

  • Serve as the Project Manager for an emerging investigational oncologic therapy
  • Directly support Sub-Team leads involved in the development of FogPharma’s lead development program
  • Develop and maintain integrated Sub-Team project plans and timelines that integrate with the overall program plan.
  • Identify interdependencies, critical path activities, key milestones, and understand best case and base case scenarios.
  • Use appropriate project management tools to focus teams, facilitate decision making, and manage risk.
  • Plans, coordinates, and facilitates regular Project Sub-Team meetings and ad hoc meetings with organized agendas and meeting minutes to ensure all are tracked and communicated clearly within teams and to external stakeholders.
  • Work closely with Sub-Team leads to construct and monitor department/program budgets
  • Partners with finance to manage department budgets and forecasts, purchase orders, invoice review and approval.
  • Effective communication and stakeholder management with the project team
  • Help build the program management function by creating project management tools, processes, and templates.

What you’ll need to be successful:

  • BA/BS in a relevant scientific discipline or equivalent degree is required
  • 5+ years of biotech or pharmaceutical industry experience
  • 3+ years of direct project management experience
  • PMP Certification a plus
  • Good understanding of all aspects of drug development including Clinical Operations, CMC, Supply Chain, Quality Assurance, Regulatory Affairs, Clinical Pharmacology/DMPK
  • Prior investigational drug development within a growing biotech company
  • Excellent interpersonal skills; excellent oral/written communication and presentation skills
  • Strong communication skills (in person and written word) and the ability to interact with a diverse group of individuals.
  • Ability to build and maintain successful professional relationships with internal cross-functional teams, consultants, and vendors
  • Strong organizational, project management, and multitasking skills
  • Must be able to work in a fast-paced, early phase environment with demonstrated ability to prioritize and execute competing tasks and demands
  • Proven problem-solving and analytical skills, and the ability to handle ambiguity
  • Advanced working knowledge of SmartSheets or MS Project
  • Advanced working knowledge of MS Office products including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
  • Knowledge of Jira a plus
  • Proficiency using required electronic systems (e.g., SharePoint)

As an equal opportunity employer, Fog values diversity and welcomes applicants of all backgrounds and experiences. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, disability, or any other factors prohibited by law.

 

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