Associate Project Manager


Japan - Tokyo

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The Project Management Function is responsible for the overall relationship management of client accounts and day-to-day activities. The function also ensures that Medidata is able to deliver quality projects and services on time and within budget through effective management of Medidata resources.

  • Support the project manager in their project delivery needs and to ensure that all deliverables are tracked and that documentation is current
  • Support the project manager in the management of client expectations
  • Support the project manager by helping monitor project scope, timelines, budget & milestones, issues & risks
  • Support the project manager by helping monitor project financials, project budget and accuracy of invoicing
  • Support the project manager in the creation and maintenance of accurate and current project documentation
  • Support the project manager in raising and tracking work requests to other departments Capture minutes/action items during client and internal meetings
  • 4-year college degree or equivalent (analytic discipline a plus) preferred
  • Preferred 1 year of experience in clinical/biomedical and/ or software development environment
  • Travel expectations up to 20%, domestic & international
  • Preference for a basic understanding of clinical research (pharma/device/biotech) and of clinical research SaaS technology
  • Demonstrate good verbal/written communication and organizational skills
  • Exhibit time management skills along with strong collaboration and teamwork 
  • Experience in supporting project teams and meeting project timelines is preferred
  • Self-motivated and able to assume responsibility in a professional manner
  • Native level Japanese (read/write/speak) is required.  Business level English (read/write) is required but speaking is not mandatory.
  • Demonstrate basic computer skills

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