Project Manager

10x Genomics
Job Location
San Francisco Bay Area, CA 94566
Job Description

10x Genomics is looking for an outstanding Project Manager to join the Program Management team. Program Management at 10x Genomics is, among other things, responsible for the administration of a fast-paced Product Development Process in close collaboration with surrounding processes.

Individuals applying for this position must be self-starters, strategic thinkers, action driven, flexible in changing direction and methods, thrive in a fast paced environment, excel at managing multiple priorities, succeed in communicating with all levels within the organization and provide immediate contribution.

Key Responsibilities

  • Work with Core Teams to track schedules and deliverables
  • Manage documentation and archive materials generated during the Product Development Process – including Risk Management
  • Review Quality SOPs and R&D Protocols for consistency and accuracy of content
  • Assist in generating tools and reports based on R&D operational data to improve efficiency and communication throughout the organization
  • Build cases for the implementation of infrastructure, workflow, and communication improvements to maximize operational efficiency
  • Prior experience at a Life Sciences company in or alongside a technical discipline
  • Experience with MS Project & Portfolio analysis
  • Strong organizational skills
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Experience with PLM software
  • Experience operating under a Quality Management System
  • Experience interfacing with Document Control and building a Design History File
  • Experience with ISO 13485 and/or GLP/GMP an advantage
  • Experience working cross-functionally, in particular with R&D, Quality, and Finance
How to Apply
About Our Organization

Changing the definition of sequencing isn’t just our tagline – it’s a commitment to game-changing advances in the field of genomics. Fueled by equal parts scientific vision and determined passion, we are delivering unprecedented innovation to short-read sequencing technologies and transforming how genomic information is accessed. You will feel the 10x difference the moment you enter our offices and labs. There’s a dynamic energy here, and we’re looking for the best of the best to be a part of it. We are seeking talented professionals excited to build new technology that advances scientific research while growing their career within a dynamic, supportive environment.

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