Project Manager

Denver, Colorado
Product Manager
CO, Denver
Depends on Experience 

Founded in Munich, Germany in 1989, Brainlab develops, manufactures and markets software-driven medical technology, enabling access to improved, more efficient, less-invasive patient treatments. Our key to success is our creative, talented and hard-working team, which consists of 1300 dedicated and inspiring individuals in 19 offices worldwide. To succeed in reaching our targets, we are seeking committed colleagues who can stand behind our core values of inspiration, simplicity and integrity.

We are currently seeking a Project Manager to join a team in North America supporting RadOnc West. This role can be based in major city in the RadOnc West territory such as Phoenix, Seattle, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Denver or Dallas.



  • Manage RT installation projects from project initiation, project planning, project implementation, project controlling and monitoring through project closing
  • Ensure project(s) are delivered on schedule and within budget, while satisfying agreed-upon requirements and specifications within the scope of the project
  • Manage the production of project estimates, develop project plans and schedule, establish measures and milestones, track ongoing progress, proactively managing risks, issues, scope through the project life-cycle, report project status and revenue projections on regular basis, addresses project issues, when they arise e.g. to project sponsors and project stakeholders
  • Apply formal company-approved project management methodology to accomplish the goals of the project
  • Provide mentoring and training to regional support team members
  • Coordinate work with other project teams - Coordinate assigned project team members, ensure timely activity, integrate and use time and resources efficiently to meet requirements
  • Ensure project work is compliant with regulations of ISO 13485, 93/42/EEC, FDA 21 CFR 820, 510 (k) submission guidelines, Health Canada, Shonin (if applicable)


Requirements / Preferred Experience:

  • Degree in science, medicine, business or engineering preferred
  • Minimum of 3-5 years working experience within the medical device/RT industry
  • Must be able to work effectively with sales people, R&D, engineers, technical specialists, contractors, architects and customers to achieve assigned goals; must be capable of coordinating multiple assignments simultaneously and effectively
  • Comprehensive written and verbal communication, interpersonal, presentation, analytical, organizational skills, and the ability to meet deadlines
  • Must have the ability to concentrate on detail and work independently
  • Knowledge of surgical procedures, anatomy and medical terminology preferred
  • Self-motivated, detail oriented and a proven history of ability to make independent decisions
  • Knowledge of RT market, customers and most current research and development areas
  • Strong business acumen
  • Personal confidence, professional maturity and flexibility to meet the ever-changing challenges of our fast-paced business
  • Familiarity or experience working within an FDA-regulated industry a plus
  • Travel 75%+