Project Manager – Sento Solutions

Posted: 14 April 2022

Exciting news everyone – Sento is growing!

So if you know of anyone who wants to help make people’s lives easier, has a knack for reading people, is passionate about medical devices and wants to be part of a leading consulting business – let me know!

Oh – and working arrangements are super flexible!Reports to: Sento Director
Remuneration: Competitive salary


Key Responsibilities
• Manage & Track Sento projects
• Collaborate with Sento Director to help drive Sento’s strategic growth
• Manage Sento sales process and pipeline
• Manage and systemise internal processes, policies and templates
• Stay informed on usability trends, break-throughs and any changes / amendments to
standards in the medical device industry across FDA, TGA, MDR
• Generate monthly project reports

Working Arrangements
• Work remotely anywhere in Australia, stay connected on Teams
• Potential domestic travel for on-site client workshops
• Monthly on-site sessions at co-working space (located in Hawthorn, Melbourne)
• Flexible working hours to promote and support work-life balance
• Own professional development budget for education courses, attending conferences, events
• Full-time


Key Skills

• Empathy; strong interpersonal skills, ability to make everyone in the room feel at ease
• Excellent time management; organised, plans and budgets time well to multi-task and
ensure on-time delivery
• Fast learner; resourceful, ambitious and can apply new skills quickly
• Agile; can work across multiple tasks simultaneously
• Self-motivated; takes initiative, does what needs to be done, knows when to ask for help
• Articulate and well-spoken; can confidently engage with team and clients
• High productivity; strong work ethic, commitment to meeting deadlines

Key Competencies

• Bachelor’s degree or higher in Engineering, Design, Management, Operations or similar
• Familiarity with medical device development principles and regulatory landscape
• Experience in managing small teams
• High proficiency in Microsoft Office, Microsoft Project
• Fluent in written and spoken English
• Comfortable integrating directly into client teams
• Familiarity with global standards and guidelines applicable to usability engineering and
human factors medical device and product development, such as; IEC 62366, ISO 14971, ISO
13485, FDA Guidance; Applying Human Factors and Usability Engineering to Medical Device

To apply or inquire, applicants can contact Carla Zampaglione directly at with answers to the following questions:

  1. [50 words] Who are you? Paint the most comprehensive and rich picture possible, beyond your professional history.
  2. [50 words] Why are you keen to join our team? What would be your deal breaker?
  3. [100 words] Tell us about a team you’ve worked with that makes you the right fit for this role.


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