Boston is a global Life Science leader, employing an increasing number of skilled professionals. The need for qualified Project Managers grows at an equal rate, if not greater. This demand for skilled Project Managers can bring premium compensation to those with desirable skills, and is attractive to both new Project Managers as well as those seeking a transition from other industries. Yet there are barriers that make entry or transition difficult, because many projects require specific education in scientific or clinical areas.
Information Technology (IT) is an area that does present opportunity for easier entry or transition into Life Sciences Project Management. That’s why our webinar, originally recorded on December 7, 2017, is a timely offering. During this webinar, we provide the basics of IT Project Management for Life Sciences. The conversation is geared toward the new Project Manager looking to enter this industry as well as one looking to make a transition. Experienced Life Science Project Managers could also benefit from participating, especially to glean information on areas where they have not yet worked.
So, watch the webinar now! Simply fill out the form to get access to the video.
About our Hosts
With over 20 years experience working as an IT Project Manager in Government, High Tech, Finance, and Life Science industries and overs 10 years of working in Life Sciences as IT Program Manager, Kristen currently specializes in high-performance computing for Scientific Research for The BioTeam.
Ron has 30 years experience in Engineering, Operations, IT, and Consulting across many industries and domains. For the past 10 years, he’s worked in Life Sciences as Project & Program Manager. He currently serves as Vice President of Life Sciences Services for Hawkins Point Partners– a Strategic IT Solutions Provider.