Project Coordinator III, IIM PMO


Northridge, California, United States

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Post Date:

Oct 10, 2017


Assist the operational aspects of ongoing projects and serves as liaison between program manager and Core Team members with the day to day project management duties. Interact with the cross-functional team members (RD, Product Quality engineering, Mfg, Marketing, Regulatory, HF, Clinical, Purchasing / Supply Chain, and Finance) focusing on the delivery of new or existing products.


Assist the program manager with the following:

•Insure projects are run in compliance w/ the Design Control SOP or their subordinate DOP’s.

•Assist in the maintenance of the programs Design History File (DHF).

•Assist with the scheduling aspects of program management meetings, and design reviews.

•Assist in tracking and following up on project action items and project deliverables to ensure they close in a timely manner.

•Assist program manager with the maintenance of the project plans and schedule.

•Participates in supporting Design Control audits.

•Seeks out and engages regularly with peers, creating an environment of exchange and learning. Openly shares successes and failures to promote the group’s collective learning.

•Other duties as assigned.


•HS Diploma

•2+ years’ in a project/program coordinator role in a regulated industry

•2+ years’ experience in documentation system (e.g.SAP/Agile)

•Experience with Microsoft Project and Microsoft Office suits (e.g.Excel, Word and PowerPoint)

•Experience with DOP/SOP compliance


•Medical Device, aerospace, or technology companies project management experience

•Understand drug delivery devices, preferably insulin delivery devices.

•Medtronic Diabetes Experience

•A background in assisting a Project Manager and/or Core Team leader is highly desirable.

•Basic understanding of ISO and FDA guidelines concerning Product Development


The physical demands described within the Responsibilities section of this job description are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

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