Project Manager/Associate Director: LVV

The Global Project Team Manager – LVV will support planning, budgeting, integrating, tracking and communicating cross-functional activities for the Company’s product development programs. This will include working with internal stakeholders, academic partners and the Company’s designated Contract Manufacturing Organizations (CMOs).


  • Lead cross-functional teams, plan and execute a fully integrated CMC & program plans (Pre-Candidate Nomination to IND to Phase I/II/III) for development and commercialization of LVV gene therapy programs.
  • Establish clear scope of work, lead the delivery of project milestones on time and within scope through utilization of project management standards.
  • Co-ordinate and track status of cross-functional communication and integration activities.
  • Establish project team framework for Core, Clinical and CMC teams and help define team charters, roles and responsibilities and key deliverables for each team.
  • Manage vendors and successfully transfer viral vector production technology to ensure timely supply of Toxicology and clinical trial material to meet regulatory and commercial deadlines.
  • Lead the planning and execution of tech transfers, risk management, qualification, validation, resource allocation, and training.
  • Facilitate problem-solving, contingency planning, and decision-making.
  • Build and maintain effective teams: motivate, recognize, coach & mentor team members.


  • 5-6 years of LVV and/or AAV gene therapy experience
  • Track record of leading and advancing projects from Discovery into Clinic including extensive experience with IND and BLA filings
  • ​Experience in tech transfers, manufacturing, quality systems, CMO management, regulatory requirements, and commercial development 

Education & skills

  • Minimum BS in Biological Sciences, Bioengineering, Chemistry or an associated discipline with Masters or PhD preferred.
  • Project management experience and/or PMP certification​
  • Experience managing CMO/CTO relationships and projects desired
  • Working knowledge of US and European regulatory requirements
  • Outstanding organizational skills
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Ability to operate in a fast-paced, multi-disciplinary industrial environment

Rocket Pharma is bringing hope and relief to patients with undertreated rare diseases through establishing a sustainable, integrated, multi-platform curative gene therapy company. We are searching for hands-on team players that enjoy working in extremely collaborative working environments with colleagues that share an excitement for developing innovative technology to treat unmet medical needs.

Interested in joining our team?

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