Position Summary:

The Project Manager of our commercial business works closely with a cross-functional team to provide coordination and oversight of scheduled PM activities. This role will implement and manage new and existing projects in a manner consistent with Precision for Medicine’s repository mission and management philosophy by developing and maintaining logistical plans, making recommendations to clients on study designs that increase quality and efficiency.


Essential functions of the job include but are not limited to:

  • Create and manage multiple project timelines, budgets and revenue goals, resource plans, while comparing to contracted project scope(s), fully exploring new ideas that optimize quality and efficiency
  • Maintain detailed daily coordination and supervision of scheduled activities, delegating responsibilities to carry out contracted work activities as appropriate
  • Prepare daily professional communications and assist in the design of new tasks and projects for both internal and external stakeholders
  • Meet all revenue and gross margin objectives assigned to projects, project expenses and client billing
  • Be the “face of the business” as a communication liaison between Precision and external clients. Ensure decisions are made in keeping with “customer centricity” goal to exceed expectations of our client base and full service portfolios
  • Define project deliverables and work breakdown structures including task assignments and directing project activities across multiple functional areas. With this, prepare and distribute all required draft and final reports to internal and external stakeholders and functional groups
  • Ensure that work product complies with design and performance standards, regulatory environment and customer expectations. Enforce standards applicable to each step in project execution
  • Estimate, acquire and allocate human and material resources
  • Assess and mitigate technical, project and business risks
  • Stay apprised of all repository and laboratory operations (fresh, frozen, data entry, shipping, etc.), collaborating with department peers when communicating, coordinating and prioritizing activities as appropriate
  • Confirm all incoming and outgoing kit and sample shipments are tracked in a timely manner and per contract requirements
  • Review and approve all documentation associated with project(s) as required (i.e., freezer monitoring, discrepancy reports, manifests, kitting, specific project procedures, quality, etc.)
  • Coordinate and/or conduct investigations to resolve data discrepancies and reconcile data as appropriate
  • Enforce GMP/GLP/ISO/safety regulations and standards
  • Maintain and support safe lab practices and environment
  • Advise clients and collaborators on organization and status of samples, shipping procedures, and data management and reconciliation of samples in inventory
  • Other duties as assigned



Minimum Required:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Biology or related field
  • 3 years of general working experience with 1 year focused on project management or equivalent experience


Other Required:

  • Experience with Microsoft Office and Microsoft Project
  • Proven track record of coordination and communication with team members across disparate technical and business backgrounds such as R&D, Marketing, Sales, Manufacturing, Executive Management, Quality Assurance and Regulatory Affairs
  • Excellent communication, interpersonal, organizational and multi-tasking skills
  • Excellent use of judgment and discretion
  • Strong computer and business writing skills
  • Extended work hours may be necessary in order to meet business demands
  • Must possess a valid driver’s license allowing you to drive in the state(s) you drive in  
  • Able to travel both domestically and internationally including overnight stays
  • Ability to read, write, speak fluently and comprehend the English language



  • Biotechnology, Repository or pharmaceutical industry experience
  • Experience writing and executing Standard Operating Procedures and validation plans
  • Candidates familiar with GLP, GMP, CLIA, and ISO regulatory guidelines
  • Project Management Certification desirable (PMI, PMP)


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