Project Manager-II

ID# DCNJ29116

dinaliC is an international consulting firm specialized in projects for numerous industries. We are dedicated to provide contract and permanent opportunities for skilled professionals in their area or areas of expertise.

The Manager, Program Coordination provides coordination support to the Clinical functional teams as assigned to ensure completion of deliverables that are balanced for quality, timeliness and resources. Assists Program Manager in providing planning and resource management support to the Compound Development Teams (CDTs).

Facilitates team communications by maintaining and tracking cross-functional timelines, deliverables, and milestones including cross-project dependencies. Ensure project schedules, resources and underlying assumptions are integrated and aligned across functions. Facilitates critical path analysis and optimization planning. Assists team in determining schedule and resource requirements.

Conducts contingency planning/scenario analyses and proposes strategies and solutions to modify schedule to keep project on track. Tracks team performance metrics. Facilitates communication with the teams. Utilizes scheduling, resource management tools, provides coordination expertise and maintains cross-disciplinary process and project knowledge. 


  • B.S. or equivalent work experience required; advanced degree preferred. Minimum 5 years of Pharmaceutical, Biotech, CRO, or related experience required. 
  • Minimum 3 years of experience in Drug Development with a detailed knowledge of the Drug Development process required. Detailed understanding of clinical development/trial execution required. 
  • Detailed knowledge of: project planning, tracking, resource management, operational risk assessment, project planning and scheduling tools and cross-project analyses highly preferred. 
  • Project Management Professional (PMP) certification and Planisware P5/OPX2 or MS Project experience highly desirable.

Position Details:



Start Date: 

Titusville,, NJ

Full Time