Program Manager

Indegene, Inc.
Job Location
Iselin, NJ
Job Description

Speak with an Indegene recruiter in person at the Career Fair 2014 on September 30, 2014 in Edison, NJ. Register to attend at:

•Responsible to own and manage projects, meeting international quality standards within timelines for working in different specialized areas like:
oScientific projects – medical education, regulatory, learning solutions
oCutting edge technology platforms
oCreative Services
•Deliver projects that exceed client satisfaction in all parameters
•Accountable for program management in terms of project plans, organizing and utilizing resources, securing and managing assets, identifying risks and executing projects optimally
•Responsible to manage client expectations, understand scope, and work methodologies to achieve high CSAT for small size and large size projects
•Manage project profitability, control costs as per project requirement.
•Manage through process, systems by managing through SLA’s, frameworks, project management methods and bring in process improvements for different kind of projects.
•Responsible to manage project communication effectively and optimally through various methods with cross functional/departmental teams.

•Business acumen of understanding the Pharma, lifescience industry
•Flair for medical services/medico-marketing/health care/Creative/Technology domain
•Planning, organizing and problem solving capability,
•Strong people management skills and a passion for networking
•Excellent communication and articulation skills

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