Do you want to be part of an exciting company dedicated to solving the greatest challenge humanity faces? Then Impossible Foods is the place for you.

Impossible Foods was founded 5 years ago to solve this problem by inventing an efficient, sustainable way to transform plants into irresistibly delicious, nutritious foods that deliver all the pleasures and nutritional benefits consumers demand without the destructive environmental impact. Our first product, the Impossible Burger, was introduced by top chefs to the world is currently available at various restaurants across the United States.

We are looking for a General Project Manager to support our rapid growth. The Project Manager leads and manages a set of Projects from framing to launch. He or she will also support specific project management needs in specific departments such as IT, Sales, Commercialization. They will lead and coordinate the cross-functional work of others. The PM will have the ability to work with other departments to establish project deliverables and execute strategy. They will manage the alignment to project briefs and prepares cost and risk analysis. The PM will have to rely on experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals. 

You Will:

  • Frame projects and get internal alignment on:
  • Technical scope.
  • Resource planning.
  • Timeline and Milestones.
  • Follow the project through each phase, adjusting constantly the budget/timeline/resources…
  • Build, get agreement and communicate the decision path.
  • Keep main stakeholders and team updated on Project status and upcoming decisions.
  • Deal with sub-contractors, permitting, installation and commissioning activities.
  • Manage a cross-functional team: people from different departments and backgrounds.
  • Build trust within the team.
  • Identify and assess risks. Coordinate the build-up of contingencies.
  • Monitor progress. Drive the execution and OTIF completion of the projects.
  • Facilitate problem solving and communication within and outside the Project Team.

You Have:

  • Minimum 5 years’ experience at a Management Level, including Cross-functional leadership experience.
  • BS degree in a related discipline.
  • Direct and extensive experience in project management with proven success.
  • Strong interpersonal skills.
  • Budget tracking.
  • Ability to effectively prioritize and manage multiple projects/workload.
  • Good understanding of Concept to Launch process.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Strong analytical and organizational skills.
  • Excellent computer skills with working knowledge of the Microsoft Office Suite. Mac platform a plus.
  • Attention to detail a must.
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