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Varian Medical Systems, Inc. Cardiac Radioablation Program Manager in Seattle, Washington

Together, we can beat cancer.At Varian, we bring together the worlds' best talent to realize our vision of a world without fear of cancer. Together, we work passionately to develop and deliver easy-to-use, efficient oncology solutions. If you want to be part of this important mission, we want to hear from you.The Cardiac Radioablation Program Manager will be responsible for organizing cross-functional activities, defining milestones and key performance indicators and monitoring program progress to ensure program success.Responsibilities:The Cardiac Radioablation Program Manager will be responsible for organizing cross-functional activities, defining milestones and key performance indicators and monitoring program progress to ensure program success.Work closely with project sponsor, cross-functional teams, and assigned project managers to plan and develop scope, deliverables, required resources, work plan, budget, and timing for ongoing and new initiativesWork across the organization to facilitate programmatic and operational alignment, coordinating CRA program deliverables and activities with VOS and OSS program and operational teams.Analyze, evaluate, and overcome program risks, and produce program reports for management and stakeholdersIdentify key requirements needed from cross-functional teams and external vendorsSupport CRA functional teams as needed.Create, manage and maintain specific communications and cadence for Quarterly Business Reviews, team meetings, ongoing communications, etc.Author, manage, and deliver executive level reporting, to manage risks and issues and improve team communication and collaboration.Lead creation, identification, and insights of metrics to improve business performance and drive business activity.Build consensus among cross-functional teams and influence decision making with leadership audiences.Act and operate as an internal consultant, working directly with multiple stakeholders, management, and various related departments be able to optimize team performance.QualificationsBachelor's degree in business administration or related field + 8 years of experience5+ years in a management role (preference given to those with program management experience)Experience managing programs for regulated devices (ideally devices used in either electrophysiology or radiation oncology)Exceptional leadership, facilitation, and organizational skillsDemonstrated ability to build strong partnerships internally and externally. Ability to influence leaders within program and outside of program without direct authority to make change. Collaborative management style.Skilled in strategic thinking, planning and execution, change management and system-thinking - with knowledge of strategy development and implementation, performance management systems of goals, targets and monitoring processEffective decision-making skills and ability to juggle multiple and competing demands and establish priorities in a highly dynamic environment, while providing continual attention to detail.Knowledge of organizational effectiveness and operations management implementing best practicesA demonstrated commitment to high professional ethical standards and a diverse workplaceFighting cancer calls for big ideas.We envision a world without fear of cancer. Achieving this vision takes dedication and commitment from all of us, every single day. That's why we celebrate and value the distinctly beautiful and intersectional identities of each of our employees. We are a mirror of our patient-base, which allows us to innovate. Big ideas come from everywhere, and the best ideas are fostered by our unique individual experiences. At Varian, we encourage you to bring your whole self to work and believe your bold and authentic perspective will help to

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