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Gilead Sciences Hiring a Project Manager for Legal Projects

Job Title: Project Manager
Location: Foster City, CA
Duration: 12+ Months

Job Description:

Requested Information Required Details
Client name  (should be active) Gilead Sciences
SR# NA
No. of resources required 1
Job Designation Project Manager role for Legal Projects
Mention the Skill/Role Title Legal Projects Exp is must, Excellent Communication skill
Skills Required / Role
Please provide a concise job specification in 4 to 5 key bullet points (and not a generic one)
We are actively seeking to fill a Project Manager role for Legal Projects, with the following background:

  • Responsible to provide overall leadership for a project or support effort;
  • Accountable for deliverables; Identify functional requirements and performance specification;
  • Develop schedules, milestones, resource requirements and staffing plans to achieve deliverables;
  • Allocate tasks among team members and assesses team progress toward objectives;
  • Monitor progress, recognize and help resolve technical problems;
  • Serve as the primary point of contact with client technical management;
  • Provide regular status reports and briefings;
  • Assure recognition of project changes and execution of related change control procedures;
  • Manage the project resources, including customer and contractor as required.
  • Overall hands on manager for designated project.
Years of experience required 8+
Duration of role 1+ YEAR
Location of role – Mention City 101 Lincoln Center Dr, Foster City, CA.
Buy/Sell Rate. (Mandatory) NA

If you believe you’re qualified for this position and are currently in the job market or interested in making a change, please give me a call as soon as possible at (973) 507-7555.

You may respond to me via email but please be sure to include your direct phone number so I can reach out to you quickly. In considering candidates for our various positions, time is of the essence and we are committed to responding to our clients promptly.

Best Regards,
Vishwa Raj
(973) 507-7555
Vishwa.Raj@artechinfo.com

Spring 2013 Elective – DNSC 6290 Legal & Ethical Issues in Project Management (listed as Law & Ethics in PM)

Keith Diener, Esq., visiting assistant professor with the GW School of Business and adjunct professor of law and paralegal studies with the GW Law School, will be offering a new 3 credit hour elective this spring, Legal & Ethical Issues in Project Management. Note: course listed as Law & Ethics in PM with the Office of the Registrar.
CRN Distance – 26439
CRN On Campus – 26438

The course offers an examination of the legal and ethical environment of project management, with particular attention to liability, culpability, and ethical quandaries for project managers. Students learn strategies for avoiding legal nightmares, a framework for ethical behavior, and to develop their communication skills through assignments that require clear, concise, and accurate writing.

Students will learn:

 

1. The theories that underlie the law pertinent to project management, ethics, and the resolution of legal and ethical issues.

2. The fundamental rights and duties under contract law, tort law, and employment law applicable to project managers.

3. The advantages and disadvantages of the different methods of dispute resolution.

4. The important legal, tax, and management consequences of the different forms of business organization, and risks of contracting with them.

5. The civil and criminal liability of organizations for the actions of their project managers and employees.

6. To strengthen their analytical and communication skills by learning to distinguish important from unimportant information, facts from issues, and arguments from conclusions.

Assignments (for the 14 week course) will include two 2-page case studies, one 3-5 page reflection paper, and one final exam.

Registration opens November 5, 2012.