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Magenta Therapeutics is a clinical-stage biotechnology company developing therapeutics to reset the immune system to cure more patients with devastating and life-threatening diseases. This immune reset approach can be applied through stem cell transplant to multiple diseases, including autoimmune diseases, such as multiple sclerosis and systemic sclerosis; blood cancers, such as acute myeloid leukemia; and genetic diseases, such as sickle cell disease.
Magenta’s comprehensive approach to precision immune system reset will transform many aspects of the transplant process, aiming to make it safer and more effective. Our culture is fueled by a driven, passionate group of people committed to making a difference, seizing opportunities for maximum impact, and pursuing progress for the patients we seek to serve.
We are seeking an experienced Senior Project Manager to join the CMC TechOps team to manage all aspects of program management for our internal and external programs. This is a highly visible role with significant opportunity.
You are perfect for this role if you are engaged by and want to be responsible for:
- Building a CMC Tech Ops Program Management function
- Driving organization and effectiveness throughout the team, for example, drive cross-functional communication, timely and effective decision making, and successful execution of CMC objectives
- Working collaboratively with internal TechOps functions and external CMOs, ensuring seamless communication
- Managing multiple complex CMC development workflows to achieve project, program, and regulatory objectives
- Managing and track agreements, contracts, and budgets, maintaining the business relationship with external partners/CMOs
- Developing and maintaining an integrated CMC project plan that identifies and communicates progress, interdependencies and critical path activities
- Establishing a risk registry and developing contingency plans to avoid program delays
We would be thrilled if you brought the following with you:
- Bachelors, Masters, or Ph.D. in chemistry, engineering, biochemistry, or a related discipline
- 10+ years of relevant biotech industry experience, including significant project management responsibilities.
- Experience managing CMO relationships and projects
- Track record of successfully driving and managing projects, understanding cross functional interdependencies, overcoming challenges, and managing risk
- Detail oriented with a strong focus on organizational skills; excellent written and oral communication, and interpersonal skills
- Ability to handle multiple activities simultaneously
- Working knowledge of ICH/US regulatory requirements
- Desire to work in a fast-paced environment and able to work independently
- Project management certification is a plus
Successful leaders and contributors within Magenta are:
- Driven. You will be focused on the achievement of Magenta’s mission and major corporate goals.
- Results-focused. Demonstrated record of exceeding stretch goals, and willing to bring creative problem-solving skills to challenges along the way
- Intuitive. You will enjoy learning and being involved in the content of our whole business, thriving on a very fast-paced and growing business
- Collaborative. You will have demonstrated the ability to achieve objectives across complex projects and organizational structures
- Process-oriented, yet flexible. You will appreciate and be able to create and drive process, while also recognizing when flexibility is needed.
- Transparent and Articulate. You will have the ability to communicate clearly and concisely with all stakeholders
- Independent. You will be able to self-organize and operate effectively without significant day-to-day oversight, while staying tightly connected to key leaders and teams across the company
- A role model for the company’s cultural pillars; Courage, Commitment & Excellence
At Magenta, we celebrate our differences. We value the power of a diverse array of folks who bring all of themselves to their work. We embrace cultural, cognitive, social, and professional diversity because we know the only way we’re going to make new cures possible is by working together.