Responsibilities Manage large and complex laboratory relocation projects; including instrument services, logistics, customer relations, and subcontracting Successfully manage high profile relationships with large and strategic customers Work across Thermo Fisher divisions to provide optimal customer solutions and value Manage instrument engineering services from Thermo Fisher, competitor OEMs, and ISOs Manage logistics contractor activities including custom packaging and onsite labor, transport/shipping, scheduling, etc. Extensive travel required > 60%
5 Reasons to Work at Thermo Fisher Scientific Qualifications: Ten years of experience in the laboratory equipment industry Five years of experience delivering or managing laboratory asset management services
Search Jobs by Map Key project management role in at least three significant laboratory relocations (> 250 assets) in the past 5 years BS degree in an engineering or science discipline Excellent Excel skills, as well as other MS Office applications Working knowledge of laboratory operations preferred Working knowledge of Maximo or similar CMMS a plus
Laboratory relocations are complex, fast-paced, and involve a high degree of multi-tasking. Customer outcomes are often financially and operationally significant, and so projects are closely monitored by senior management. Minimal laboratory downtime, effective project cost control, and quality service delivery are all expected. Customers often have limited experience with these projects, and look to Thermo Fisher to provide leadership for their stakeholder communities. Candidates must have superb communication skills, exude confidence and control, and maintain poise under pressure.