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Sr. Project Coordinator, Science & Technology

About the Position

Reporting to the R&D Operations Director and supporting the staff within Science and Technology, the Senior Project Coordinator will be responsible for providing organizational support that will contribute to the development and operations of an engaged, high-performance organization, focused on the development of first-in-class therapies for autoimmune diseases. This person will support project leads and project managers in meeting company objectives related to Cabaletta’s therapeutic pipeline by ensuring efficiency in meetings, alignment across functional groups, and clear communication of the status of work as aligned with company strategy, commitments,and goals. This position requires an excellent grasp of administrative tasks and project coordination and provides an opportunity to master project management skills required for certification.

Responsibilities Include

Science and Technology Project Coordination

  • Coordination of cross-functional internal meetings including scheduling, agenda and material preparation, distribution of minutes and ensuring timely responses on deliverables.
  • Curate and store project-specific correspondences, reports, and meeting decks, taking ownership of administrative organizational processes and templates for future knowledge transfer and usage.
  • In collaboration with project leads or functional heads, interface with external stakeholders from critical collaborator partnerships, schedule and guide meeting preparation for governance meetings; prepare materials and facilitate project team meetings, distribute and archive minutes.
  • Support Science & Technology staff with calendar coordination, meeting materials and minutes, conference attendance, team debriefs, travel plans, and continued education for professional development.
  • Support Alliance Management, track new and executed contracts, and develop vendor oversight management template for managing critical external collaborators.

Science and Technology Project Management

  • Support R&D Operations Director on developing and maintaining product development plans for lead disease programs.
  • Support or lead creation and maintenance of project timelines and project-specific files, and track/report progress in partnership with pipeline program project leaders.
  • Facilitate planning and implementation of projects that support platform related to the manufacturing improvements, implementing new technologies and facilities planning.
  • Collaboratively create and manage lab objectives, tracking progress and changes, and communicating this status broadly.
  • Increase organizational proficiency in MS Project, Smartsheet and ThinkCell, and interface with staff to increase awareness, accuracy, and usage of PM tools.

Required Qualifications

  • Bachelors or Masters degree in scientific field required, CAPM desirable
  • 2-5 years’ combined experience doing research or managing projects in scientific field
  • 1-2 years project coordination and experience with project management tools required, combined with strong administrative skills.
  • Previous experience or passion within technical and scientific fields within cell and gene therapy drug development.
  • Proficiency in MS Office (MS Outlook, PowerPoint, Excel and Word), Smartsheet, MS Project, remote access meeting and data sharing platforms
  • Strong time management skills and ability to multi-task and prioritize work
  • Attention to detail and problem-solving skills
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills, with ability to build credibility and influence colleagues at all levels
  • Strong organizations skills, with a desire to enhance leadership skills

How to Apply

Please click the link at the bottom of the posting to submit an application.


Our most important asset is our people and we offer competitive benefits including health and retirement, PTO, and stock option plans.

Equal Opportunity Employer

Cabaletta Bio is an equal opportunity employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, religion, national or ethnic origin, disability, protected veteran status or any other basis protected by applicable law.