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Project Manager Engineering - ACT in Santa Barbara, CA ,  at Arthrex

Date Posted: 11/16/2018

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Project Manager Engineering - ACT
Arthrex, Inc.
Santa Barbara, California

Main Objective: 

The program and project management team is responsible for managing and resolving issues related to the time, budget, and resource allocation for a given program or project.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  1. Manages subsidiary-based and global projects/programs within the scope of the new product development.
  2. Develops project objectives by reviewing project proposals and plans, conferring with senior management and key stakeholders.
  3. Determines project schedule by studying project plan and specifications, calculates time requirements, identifying and sequencing project elements and discreet tasks.
  4. Maintains project schedule by monitoring project progress, coordinating activities, and resolving obstacles.
  5. Determines project responsibilities by identifying project phases and elements, requesting and allocating resources as necessary.
  6. Coordinates with interdepartmental managers for the availability, assignment, and accountability of downstream resources and technology.
  7. Communicates project/program status to management and key stakeholders against metrics and constraints.


  • 3 Years of project management or equivalent technical experience.
  • BS in Engineering required.
  • Biomedical, Electrical, or Mechanical engineering preferred.
  • Medical device product development preferred.


  • Ability to effectively communicate project planning requirements, including task elucidation, duration, and resource requirements.
  • Strong strategic thinker, excellent collaboration and communication skills, careful attention to detail.
  • Ability to balance business and technical risks while remaining compliant with internal systems.
  • Working knowledge of medical device regulations and associated quality systems, particularly design controls and risk management.
  • Manufacturing process knowledge preferred.
  • Awareness orthopedic surgery principles, theories, and products preferred.
  • Knowledgeable of FDA and ISO guidelines for the development of medical devices required.
  • Strong communication skills and accountability to project deliverable timing and budgets required.
  • Ability to confidently lead complex, cross functional teams independently.
  • Demonstrable bias for action.
  • Strong desire and proven ability to learn quickly.
  • Continuously seeking ways to improve complex systems of people and process, while eliminating waste.

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.


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