CAI is a 100% employee-owned company established in 1996 that has grown to nearly 600 people worldwide. We provide program and project management, commissioning, qualification, validation, start-up and other consulting services associated with operational readiness to FDA regulated and other mission-critical industries.
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Meeting a Higher Standard
Our approach is simple; we put the client’s interests first, we do not stop until it is right, and we will do whatever it takes to get there.
As owners of CAI, we are committed to living our Foundational Principles, both professionally and personally:
We act with integrity
We serve each other
We serve society
We work for our future
With employee ownership, one person’s success is everyone’s success; we work diligently to accomplish team goals. We place Team Before Self, demonstrate Respect for Others, and possess a Can-Do Attitude (our core values). That is how we have grown exponentially.
Our full time positions offer competitive compensation and benefits which include: up to 15% retirement contribution, 24 days PTO and 5 sick days per year, health insurance at extremely low cost to employee, financial support for both internal and external professional education as well as 70% long term disability paid for by the company.
CAI Program & Project Managers will be exposed to cutting edge technologies and project management practices in the advanced medicine space. You will have an opportunity to work with recognized subject matter experts allowing YOU to be a key player in bringing lifesaving therapies to market. As part of our company culture, we invest in YOUR future, and commit to hands on certifications as well as professional training. Our collaborative culture ensures that our customers benefit from exemplary work across our entire range of professional services.
Position Description: As an Owner’s Program or Project Manager, you will be responsible for the management of one or more biopharmaceutical programs or projects. You will develop an execution plan, form a team, assign tasks, develop a schedule, manage the budget, resolve issues, track KPIs and develop and communicate program reports. You may be assigned to manage internal programs with cross-functional teams comprised of client employees and/or contractors. Alternatively, you may be assigned to lead programs performed by external suppliers in which you will be responsible to manage supplier performance per established contracts and quality agreements. You will interact and engage with stakeholders across the project spectrum and be responsible for driving the project to success.
BS or equivalent years experience
Excellent oral and written communication skills in English
Excellent skill in leading teams to perform complex tasks under pressure
Excellent problem-solving skills
Proficient and experienced with various Project Management software tools
Three (3) or more years serving as a program or project manager for life science projects with budgets of $1MM+. Demonstrated success in leading your team to achieve defined goals. Similar experience in industries other than life sciences will be considered.
Demonstrated skill in:
Project planning and implementation; including scheduling and resource loading
Project controls and monitoring
Excellent oral and written English is required
Able to travel domestically and internationally if required
Able to work (paid) overtime
Able to work in the US without sponsorship now or any time or in the future
We are an equal opportunity employer; we are proud to employ veterans and promote diversity and inclusion in our workplace. Diversity is a strength for our global company. We pledge that CAI will be operated in a way that is fair and equitable to all – our employees, our customers, and the broader society.
This job description is not all inclusive and you may be asked to do other duties. CAI will also consider for employment qualified applicants with criminal histories in a manner consistent with the requirements of the Fair Chance Act (FCA) / Fair Chance Ordinance (FCO).