Bruker Corporation

  • Project Coordinator R&D/ Inhouse Consulting (m/f)

    Arbeitsort DE-HB-Bremen
    Datum der Veröffentlichung 9 months ago(6/27/2018 4:24 AM)
    Anzahl offener Funktionen
    Regular Full-Time
  • Überblick

    The Bruker Corporation businesses are leading worldwide manufacturers of analytical measurement systems for the life sciences. For more than 50 years Bruker has followed a single idea: to deliver the best technological solution for every analytical task. Today, more than 6.000 employees at over 90 locations worldwide are working towards this challenge. At Bruker you can expect an interdisciplinary work environment in an expanding business. You will be a part of a highly qualified and dedicated team.


    • Management and delivery of results in R&D and Product Lifecycle projects and processes for Bruker Daltonics and representing CALID in the Bruker Corporation
    • The Project Coordinator coordinates and collects all relevant information about the activities of programs resp. projects
    • Provide guidance for project management team by developing and implementing team processes in order to ensure good work flow
    • Monitor and manage complex initiatives across functional areas, businesses and regions
    • Coordination of program documentation such as project reports, work plans etc. for the program team
    • Be the first point of contact for all queries and questions for the R&D projects
    • Act as a reference and challenging partner for the business and functions


    • Master’s degree in business administration or science
    • Several years of working experience in a comparable role
    • Consulting background and strong business acumen
    • Excellent analytical and conceptual skills
    • Strong presentation skills as well as self-assertion, result-driven mentality
    • High level user skills in MS Projects and MS Office
    • Expert knowledge of Project Management Tools


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