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Mechanical engineer for development of injection moulding tools

Do you enjoy developing new equipment and processes – with all the collaboration and discoveries that go with it? Are you ready to take on the responsibility for driving a development project all the way to production? Would you enjoy going to work every day knowing that your results make a difference? Then join us and be part of something unique – this position will provide you with excellent opportunities for personal and professional development.

  

About the department 

You will be joining 40 dedicated colleagues in the Device Manufacturing Development Department in Hillerød. We develop the equipment and processes that transform great designs into actual products for our patients, bridging the gap between development departments and the production lines. 

The dosage pen systems that are a big part of the success we enjoy are always under further development. We strive to ensure they meet and exceed the expectations of a growing and demanding market. We design all the equipment necessary to perform all the processes involved in the manufacturing of the dosage system components - and this is where we need you. 

You will be working with experts in the field of plastics manufacturing processes and raw materials, and you will be in close collaboration with a broad range of stakeholders. We enjoy sharing our knowledge, and we are eager to get to know you and learn from you. If you appreciate collaboration in a creative and ambitious environment, you will feel at home with us.

 

The position 

As our new colleague, you will be responsible for developing robust and cost-effective injection molding tools. You will review the design of new plastic components and challenge specifications based on manufacturing capabilities. In collaboration with mould makers and with your colleagues in production support, you develop the right technical solutions based on a well-documented set of requirements. You take the mould through an extensive period of testing and process optimization to ensure proper functionality, resulting in the targeted output of plastic components that fulfill all specifications. 

To ensure the safety of the patients using our dosage systems, everything we do must adhere to a well-defined set of regulations and quality standards. New processes and equipment must be qualified and validated to ensure that they comply with these standards. You play an important role in supporting the validation of newly developed moulds based on the requirements that are critical to the quality of the produced components. 

This position offers a high level of collaboration across the organization and with external suppliers. As such it is crucial to maintain excellent relationships with your key stakeholders. You will collaborate with strategic sourcing managers to select suppliers and reach out to production operators to understand their value drivers. Product developers provide crucial input to the future manufacturing needs for new dosage systems and you will align with quality assurance professionals to ensure compliance with regulatory standards – just to name a few of the many places where your face will quickly become familiar. 

You will also be part of the global support of Novo Nordisk manufacturing lines. This means that your experience and knowledge will benefit colleagues in our sites all over the world, and that you can count on a large support network of experienced experts when solving the challenges of your new job. Together, you will be identifying root causes to unexpected events or deviations from specifications, provide solutions to the issues and implement relevant preventive measures

 

Qualifications 

You hold a Mechanical Engineering degree, and you have at least 5 years of experience with the development of injection moulding tools. We hope that you already know your way around the many requirements within regulated production setups, but if not, you will receive relevant training. Perhaps you have been employed at a mould maker for some time, as a mechanical designer or supporting customers like Novo Nordisk with application and process development. Or maybe your background is relevant in other ways. 

Your outgoing personality and your communication style make it easy for you to establish and maintain trustful relations across a diverse organization, where many people have backgrounds very different from yours. You are great at engaging and managing stakeholders, and your direction-setting initiative is rivaled only by your ability to follow through and your keen appreciation of quality. You enjoy sharing your knowledge, providing support for your colleagues when they need it. 

Because you will be working with international business partners, it is a requirement that you are technically proficient in English, in speech as well as in writing. If you understand Danish, your job will probably be easier, but it is not a requirement.

  

Working at Novo Nordisk 

In Novo Nordisk, you will be met with trust, interesting challenges and rich opportunities for personal and professional growth. You will be investing your unique skills in an environment focused around the exchange of knowledge, where your talent and experience is valued. We are proud to use our dedication and our capabilities to make a difference for millions of people around the world.

  

Contact

 If you have question regarding the job, you are welcome to call Ruud Luijs at +45 30 75 48 66. 

Should you wish to learn more about what it is like working in Novo Nordisk, you can begin here: http://www.novonordisk.com/careers/working-at-novo-nordisk.html

 

Deadline

13 October 2019

 

Millions rely on us
To work for Novo Nordisk you will need the skills, dedication and ambition to change lives for the better for millions of patients living with diabetes and other chronical diseases. In exchange, we offer the chance to be part of a truly global workplace, where passion and engagement are met with opportunities for professional and personal development.


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330091328Phoenix-ab2e345412019-09-17T00:00:00Mechanical engineer for development of injection moulding tools

Do you enjoy developing new equipment and processes – with all the collaboration and discoveries that go with it? Are you ready to take on the responsibility for driving a development project all the way to production? Would you enjoy going to work every day knowing that your results make a difference? Then join us and be part of something unique – this position will provide you with excellent opportunities for personal and professional development.

  

About the department 

You will be joining 40 dedicated colleagues in the Device Manufacturing Development Department in Hillerød. We develop the equipment and processes that transform great designs into actual products for our patients, bridging the gap between development departments and the production lines. 

The dosage pen systems that are a big part of the success we enjoy are always under further development. We strive to ensure they meet and exceed the expectations of a growing and demanding market. We design all the equipment necessary to perform all the processes involved in the manufacturing of the dosage system components - and this is where we need you. 

You will be working with experts in the field of plastics manufacturing processes and raw materials, and you will be in close collaboration with a broad range of stakeholders. We enjoy sharing our knowledge, and we are eager to get to know you and learn from you. If you appreciate collaboration in a creative and ambitious environment, you will feel at home with us.

 

The position 

As our new colleague, you will be responsible for developing robust and cost-effective injection molding tools. You will review the design of new plastic components and challenge specifications based on manufacturing capabilities. In collaboration with mould makers and with your colleagues in production support, you develop the right technical solutions based on a well-documented set of requirements. You take the mould through an extensive period of testing and process optimization to ensure proper functionality, resulting in the targeted output of plastic components that fulfill all specifications. 

To ensure the safety of the patients using our dosage systems, everything we do must adhere to a well-defined set of regulations and quality standards. New processes and equipment must be qualified and validated to ensure that they comply with these standards. You play an important role in supporting the validation of newly developed moulds based on the requirements that are critical to the quality of the produced components. 

This position offers a high level of collaboration across the organization and with external suppliers. As such it is crucial to maintain excellent relationships with your key stakeholders. You will collaborate with strategic sourcing managers to select suppliers and reach out to production operators to understand their value drivers. Product developers provide crucial input to the future manufacturing needs for new dosage systems and you will align with quality assurance professionals to ensure compliance with regulatory standards – just to name a few of the many places where your face will quickly become familiar. 

You will also be part of the global support of Novo Nordisk manufacturing lines. This means that your experience and knowledge will benefit colleagues in our sites all over the world, and that you can count on a large support network of experienced experts when solving the challenges of your new job. Together, you will be identifying root causes to unexpected events or deviations from specifications, provide solutions to the issues and implement relevant preventive measures

 

Qualifications 

You hold a Mechanical Engineering degree, and you have at least 5 years of experience with the development of injection moulding tools. We hope that you already know your way around the many requirements within regulated production setups, but if not, you will receive relevant training. Perhaps you have been employed at a mould maker for some time, as a mechanical designer or supporting customers like Novo Nordisk with application and process development. Or maybe your background is relevant in other ways. 

Your outgoing personality and your communication style make it easy for you to establish and maintain trustful relations across a diverse organization, where many people have backgrounds very different from yours. You are great at engaging and managing stakeholders, and your direction-setting initiative is rivaled only by your ability to follow through and your keen appreciation of quality. You enjoy sharing your knowledge, providing support for your colleagues when they need it. 

Because you will be working with international business partners, it is a requirement that you are technically proficient in English, in speech as well as in writing. If you understand Danish, your job will probably be easier, but it is not a requirement.

  

Working at Novo Nordisk 

In Novo Nordisk, you will be met with trust, interesting challenges and rich opportunities for personal and professional growth. You will be investing your unique skills in an environment focused around the exchange of knowledge, where your talent and experience is valued. We are proud to use our dedication and our capabilities to make a difference for millions of people around the world.

  

Contact

 If you have question regarding the job, you are welcome to call Ruud Luijs at +45 30 75 48 66. 

Should you wish to learn more about what it is like working in Novo Nordisk, you can begin here: http://www.novonordisk.com/careers/working-at-novo-nordisk.html

 

Deadline

13 October 2019

 

Millions rely on us
To work for Novo Nordisk you will need the skills, dedication and ambition to change lives for the better for millions of patients living with diabetes and other chronical diseases. In exchange, we offer the chance to be part of a truly global workplace, where passion and engagement are met with opportunities for professional and personal development.

2019-10-14T00:51:28.120 Do you enjoy developing new equipment and processes with all the collaboration and discoveries that go with it? Are you ready to take on the responsibility for driving a development project all the way to production? Would you enjoy going to work every day knowing that your results make a difference? Then join us and be part of something unique this position will provide you with excellent opportunities for personal and professional development. About the department You will be joining 40 dedicated colleagues in the Device Manufacturing Development Department in Hillerød. We develop the equipment and processes that transform great designs into actual products for our patients, bridging the gap between development departments and the production lines. The dosage pen systems that are a big part of the success we enjoy are always under further development. We strive to ensure they meet and exceed the expectations of a growing and demanding market. We design all the equipment necessary to perform all the processes involved in the manufacturing of the dosage system components - and this is where we need you. You will be working with experts in the field of plastics manufacturing processes and raw materials, and you will be in close collaboration with a broad range of stakeholders. We enjoy sharing our knowledge, and we are eager to get to know you and learn from you. If you appreciate collaboration in a creative and ambitious environment, you will feel at home with us. The position As our new colleague, you will be responsible for developing robust and cost-effective injection molding tools. You will review the design of new plastic components and challenge specifications based on manufacturing capabilities. In collaboration with mould makers and with your colleagues in production support, you develop the right technical solutions based on a well-documented set of requirements. You take the mould through an extensive period of testing and process optimization to ensure proper functionality, resulting in the targeted output of plastic components that fulfill all specifications. To ensure the safety of the patients using our dosage systems, everything we do must adhere to a well-defined set of regulations and quality standards. New processes and equipment must be qualified and validated to ensure that they comply with these standards. You play an important role in supporting the validation of newly developed moulds based on the requirements that are critical to the quality of the produced components. This position offers a high level of collaboration across the organization and with external suppliers. As such it is crucial to maintain excellent relationships with your key stakeholders. You will collaborate with strategic sourcing managers to select suppliers and reach out to production operators to understand their value drivers. Product developers provide crucial input to the future manufacturing needs for new dosage systems and you will align with quality assurance professionals to ensure compliance with regulatory standards just to name a few of the many places where your face will quickly become familiar. You will also be part of the global support of Novo Nordisk manufacturing lines. This means that your experience and knowledge will benefit colleagues in our sites all over the world, and that you can count on a large support network of experienced experts when solving the challenges of your new job. Together, you will be identifying root causes to unexpected events or deviations from specifications, provide solutions to the issues and implement relevant preventive measures Qualifications You hold a Mechanical Engineering degree, and you have at least 5 years of experience with the development of injection moulding tools. We hope that you already know your way around the many requirements within regulated production setups, but if not, you will receive relevant training. Perhaps you have been employed at a mould maker for some time, as a mechanical designer or supporting customers like Novo Nordisk with application and process development. Or maybe your background is relevant in other ways. Your outgoing personality and your communication style make it easy for you to establish and maintain trustful relations across a diverse organization, where many people have backgrounds very different from yours. You are great at engaging and managing stakeholders, and your direction-setting initiative is rivaled only by your ability to follow through and your keen appreciation of quality. You enjoy sharing your knowledge, providing support for your colleagues when they need it. Because you will be working with international business partners, it is a requirement that you are technically proficient in English, in speech as well as in writing. If you understand Danish, your job will probably be easier, but it is not a requirement. Working at Novo Nordisk In Novo Nordisk, you will be met with trust, interesting challenges and rich opportunities for personal and professional growth. You will be investing your unique skills in an environment focused around the exchange of knowledge, where your talent and experience is valued. We are proud to use our dedication and our capabilities to make a difference for millions of people around the world. Contact If you have question regarding the job, you are welcome to call Ruud Luijs at 45 30 75 48 66. Should you wish to learn more about what it is like working in Novo Nordisk, you can begin here: http: www.novonordisk.com careers working-at-novo-nordisk.html Deadline 13 October 2019 Millions rely on us To work for Novo Nordisk you will need the skills, dedication and ambition to change lives for the better for millions of patients living with diabetes and other chronical diseases. In exchange, we offer the chance to be part of a truly global workplace, where passion and engagement are met with opportunities for professional and personal development.11jobnetab2e3454100000000000IDK_OFIR_02DKDanmark228DKK2019-10-13T00:00:000000https://www.novonordisk.com/careers/working-at-novo-nordisk/job-ad-display.15577.en_GB.html0EuropaDanmarkSjælland & øerNordsjællandHillerød3613744Novo Nordisk A/S11Brennum Park 25A3400HillerødDKDanmark0
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8Fuldtid46Permanent824948JobNet5045951504595110017-09-20190https://dispatcher.ofir.dk/statistic/register?context=FeedEntrySearchedCount&feedId=dc2beb84&entryId=ab2e3454https://dispatcher.ofir.dk/statistic/register?context=FeedEntryDisplayCount&feedId=dc2beb84&entryId=ab2e3454https://dispatcher.ofir.dk/statistic/register?context=JobApplicationInitiatedCount&feedId=dc2beb84&entryId=ab2e3454&page=ShowJob&component=SendApplicationButtonhttps://dispatcher.ofir.dk/statistic/register?context=JobApplicationAppliedCount&feedId=dc2beb84&entryId=ab2e3454&page=EmailApplyForm&component=SendApplicationButtonhttps://static.matchwork.com/company/logo/DK/ORS/SoMe/IT_Ingenioer_og_energi/Ingenioer_og_naturvidenskab/3.jpgMechanical engineer for development of injection moulding tools12008001Dansk3Læse/ tale214501Maskiningeniør20Ingeniør og naturvidenskab362747895noreply@ofir.comDKDanmarkDKDanmark330102048Senior R&D mechanical engineer experienced in medical device developmentRobot Do you want to be part of bringing the next generation of injection devices to market launch? Do you want to make an impact in the lives of people with diabetes? If you can handle complex problems and are motivated by personal development as well as pursuing ambitious goals, then you could be our new Senior R D engineer. Device Research Development has a long and outstanding track-record of developing the best, most innovative and widely used injection devices in the world. We are dedicated to delivering products that makes a difference, which we achieve by having a strong focus on innovation, and a strong quality mindset. About the department New Platform Development is an area within Device R D responsible for maturation and approval of new device platforms for treatment of chronic diseases within all business areas of Novo Nordisk. We are known for setting ambitious goals and challenging each other to improve the way we work. We work with experts in a wide range of fields to analyze and understand our design in depth and we focus on individual development. You will join a project team of highly skilled engineers responsible for the development of a new device platform to support future Novo Nordisk drugs. We are located at a state-of-the-art R D facility in Hillerød. To learn more about Research Development, please visit link: https: www.novonordisk.com careers professionals research-and-development.html The position You will become a member of a mechanical development team working to launch a new device supporting future Novo Nordisk drugs. Your main responsibilities will be 3D design and manufacturability of mechanical components as well as ensuring functionality and robustness of mechanical systems. I addiction to that you will also be responsible for mechanical analyses of mechanisms and components, designing for and testing against performance requirements and root cause analysis and problem solving. Your daily work will cover a variety of tasks. You will be working with both internal and external stakeholders. The job will give you ample opportunity for developing your skillset both on a personal level and within mechanical engineering. Qualifications You hold an academic degree within mechanical engineering or similar and have at least 5-7 years of experience within mechanical development, designing plastic components and mechanisms. You are familiar with the capabilities and limitations ofFEM tools in analyses. You are skilled within disciplines like design for injection moulding, tolerance stack-ups, kinematic and structural analysis and master CREO or other 3D CAD system. Experience with design of medical devices is a plus. Proficiency in oral and written English is essential. As a person you are a team player by nature with the ability to work independently. You have a result-oriented can-do attitude and strive in a dynamic environment. Taking ownership of your tasks and ensuring delivery of the right level of quality on time falls natural to you. Working at Novo Nordisk At Device Research Development we use our skills, dedication and ambition to help people with chronic diseases, and change their lives. You will get the opportunity to take part in this, and in addition enhance your career, benefitting from the possibilities for professional and personal development provided by Novo Nordisk A S. Contact For more information, please contact Jakob Wielandt on 45 3079 0409 Deadline 29 October 2019 Millions rely on us To work for Novo Nordisk you will need the skills, dedication and ambition to change lives for the better for millions of patients living with diabetes and other chronical diseases. In exchange, we offer the chance to be part of a truly global workplace, where passion and engagement are met with opportunities for professional and personal development.

Do you want to be part of bringing the next generation of injection devices to market launch? Do you want to make an impact in the lives of people with diabetes?
If you can handle complex problems and are motivated by personal development as well as pursuing ambitious goals, then you could be our new Senior R&D engineer.

Device Research & Development has a long and outstanding track-record of developing the best, most innovative and widely used injection devices in the world. We are dedicated to delivering products that makes a difference, which we achieve by having a strong focus on innovation, and a strong quality mindset.

About the department

New Platform Development is an area within Device R&D responsible for maturation and approval of new device platforms for treatment of chronic diseases within all business areas of Novo Nordisk. We are known for setting ambitious goals and challenging each other to improve the way we work. We work with experts in a wide range of fields to analyze and understand our design in depth and we focus on individual development.

You will join a project team of highly skilled engineers responsible for the development of a new device platform to support future Novo Nordisk drugs. We are located at a state-of-the-art R&D facility in Hillerød. To learn more about Research & Development, please visit link: https://www.novonordisk.com/careers/professionals/research-and-development.html

The position

You will become a member of a mechanical development team working to launch a new device supporting future Novo Nordisk drugs. Your main responsibilities will be 3D design and manufacturability of mechanical components as well as ensuring functionality and robustness of mechanical systems. I addiction to that you will also be responsible for mechanical analyses of mechanisms and components, designing for and testing against performance requirements and root cause analysis and problem solving.

Your daily work will cover a variety of tasks. You will be working with both internal and external stakeholders. The job will give you ample opportunity for developing your skillset both on a personal level and within mechanical engineering.

Qualifications

You hold an academic degree within mechanical engineering or similar and have at least 5-7 years of experience within mechanical development, designing plastic components and mechanisms. You are familiar with the capabilities and limitations ofFEM tools in analyses. You are skilled within disciplines like design for injection moulding, tolerance stack-ups, kinematic and structural analysis and master CREO or other 3D CAD system. Experience with design of medical devices is a plus.
Proficiency in oral and written English is essential.

As a person you are a team player by nature with the ability to work independently. You have a result-oriented ‘can-do’ attitude and strive in a dynamic environment.
Taking ownership of your tasks and ensuring delivery of the right level of quality on time falls natural to you.

Working at Novo Nordisk

At Device Research & Development we use our skills, dedication and ambition to help people with chronic diseases, and change their lives. You will get the opportunity to take part in this, and in addition enhance your career, benefitting from the possibilities for professional and personal development provided by Novo Nordisk A/S.

Contact

For more information, please contact Jakob Wielandt on +45 3079 0409

Deadline

29 October 2019

 

Millions rely on us
To work for Novo Nordisk you will need the skills, dedication and ambition to change lives for the better for millions of patients living with diabetes and other chronical diseases. In exchange, we offer the chance to be part of a truly global workplace, where passion and engagement are met with opportunities for professional and personal development.

Novo Nordisk A/SHillerød2019-10-07T00:00:002019-10-29T00:00:00
330107658Senior Engineer to drive and coordinate system design of connected medical devicesRobot Engineering Hillerød Are you an ambitious engineer looking for new opportunities to work in a state-of-the-art R D department dedicated to developing innovative medical devices that meet patients needs? Are you motivated by working closely together with a variety of internal and external stakeholders, and do you have the skills to drive activities forward and bring device projects to launch? Then you could be the perfect match for our Device Development team in Novo Nordisk. About the department Device R D, located in Hillerød, is an area within our Global R D organisation responsible for development, design, functionality and regulatory approval of medical devices. We have a long and outstanding track-record of developing the best, most innovative and widely-used drug delivery devices in the world. The Device Development team is a high performing team, and our aim is to develop innovative devices that add value to patients and Novo Nordisk. The team is an interdisciplinary group of hardware, software and mechanical engineers all aiming to advance the care of people living with chronical diseases. We are busy with bringing new products to the market and therefore, we are looking for new skilled colleagues to join our team. The position As our new Senior R D Engineer, your primary responsibility will be to drive and coordinate the development of the system design for our range of connected medical devices. You will play a key role in setting the direction for the development process and certify that it is aligned with medical device requirements while ensuring integration of other design inputs in the process. Your main tasks include ownership of requirement engineering, evaluation of regulatory requirements, safety risk analysis, problem solving, verification and validation. We expect you to demonstrate a high subject matter expertise and be able to solve issues and create improvements in methods, techniques and approaches within system design all to help identify best practices and drive high quality outcomes. You will be working in close collaboration with your team members, and you will be considered a key contributor in driving team performance towards great results by inspiring your colleagues and be a role model with high level of professional passion. As a number of our development and production activities are outsourced, you will work in close collaboration with our external partners. The position will give you great opportunities for professional development both towards managerial roles or specialist roles depending on your motivation and ambition. Qualifications You hold a technical or scientific master s degree or above, and you have more than five years of experience working with the development of highly regulated products. Additionally, you have experience with both hardware and software development processes. Preferably, you also have experience with medical device regulations and industry standards. Work experience with good documentation practice within the medical device industry or related industries with similar regulations is considered an advantage. You have flair for planning and coordinating various activities and you can maintain an overview while dealing with details. You have a strong personal drive and you are a team player with a track record of successful collaboration. You are energetic and comfortable with taking initiative and challenge status quo while focusing on solutions and opportunities. Proficiency in both oral and written English is essential. Working at Novo Nordisk By being patient-focused, we have achieved a market leading position and we continuously develop our expertise to stay ahead both as a company and as individuals. Working here means joining a team of highly qualified, ambitious colleagues with a passion to bring better treatments to the people who need them. Contact For further information, please contact Rasmus Haahr at 45 3079 8955. Deadline 3 November 2019. Millions rely on us To work for Novo Nordisk you will need the skills, dedication and ambition to change lives for the better for millions of patients living with diabetes and other chronical diseases. In exchange, we offer the chance to be part of a truly global workplace, where passion and engagement are met with opportunities for professional and personal development.
  • Engineering
  • Hillerød  

Are you an ambitious engineer looking for new opportunities to work in a state-of-the-art R&D department dedicated to developing innovative medical devices that meet patients’ needs? Are you motivated by working closely together with a variety of internal and external stakeholders, and do you have the skills to drive activities forward and bring device projects to launch? Then you could be the perfect match for our Device Development team in Novo Nordisk.  

About the department 

Device R&D, located in Hillerød, is an area within our Global R&D organisation responsible for development, design, functionality and regulatory approval of medical devices. We have a long and outstanding track-record of developing the best, most innovative and widely-used drug delivery devices in the world. The Device Development team is a high performing team, and our aim is to develop innovative devices that add value to patients and Novo Nordisk. The team is an interdisciplinary group of hardware, software and mechanical engineers all aiming to advance the care of people living with chronical diseases. We are busy with bringing new products to the market and therefore, we are looking for new skilled colleagues to join our team.  

The position 

As our new Senior R&D Engineer, your primary responsibility will be to drive and coordinate the development of the system design for our range of connected medical devices. You will play a key role in setting the direction for the development process and certify that it is aligned with medical device requirements while ensuring integration of other design inputs in the process. Your main tasks include ownership of requirement engineering, evaluation of regulatory requirements, safety risk analysis, problem solving, verification and validation. We expect you to demonstrate a high subject matter expertise and be able to solve issues and create improvements in methods, techniques and approaches within system design – all to help identify best practices and drive high quality outcomes.  

You will be working in close collaboration with your team members, and you will be considered a key contributor in driving team performance towards great results by inspiring your colleagues and be a role model with high level of professional passion.  

As a number of our development and production activities are outsourced, you will work in close collaboration with our external partners.  

The position will give you great opportunities for professional development both towards managerial roles or specialist roles depending on your motivation and ambition.   


Qualifications 

You hold a technical or scientific master’s degree or above, and you have more than five years of experience working with the development of highly regulated products. Additionally, you have experience with both hardware and software development processes. Preferably, you also have experience with medical device regulations and industry standards. Work experience with good documentation practice within the medical device industry or related industries with similar regulations is considered an advantage. 

You have flair for planning and coordinating various activities and you can maintain an overview while dealing with details. You have a strong personal drive and you are a team player with a track record of successful collaboration. You are energetic and comfortable with taking initiative and challenge status quo while focusing on solutions and opportunities.  

Proficiency in both oral and written English is essential.  
 
Working at Novo Nordisk 

By being patient-focused, we have achieved a market leading position and we continuously develop our expertise to stay ahead – both as a company and as individuals. Working here means joining a team of highly qualified, ambitious colleagues with a passion to bring better treatments to the people who need them. 

Contact 

For further information, please contact Rasmus Haahr at +45 3079 8955.  

 
Deadline 

3 November 2019.  

Millions rely on us


To work for Novo Nordisk you will need the skills, dedication and ambition to change lives for the better for millions of patients living with diabetes and other chronical diseases. In exchange, we offer the chance to be part of a truly global workplace, where passion and engagement are met with opportunities for professional and personal development.
 

Novo Nordisk A/SHillerød2019-10-15T00:00:002019-11-03T00:00:00
330107657Automation EngineerRobot Engineering Hillerød We are seeking a new Automation Engineer, to secure that our advanced automation utilities, handling moulded components at Novo Nordisk manufacturing sites in Denmark and abroad, meet the quality standards and production needs. This is your chance to play a role where you will help ensure that major plastic moulding lines in Novo Nordisk deliver quality product to the patients. About the department You will join a dedicated and highly competent team in Device Manufacturing and Sourcing (DMS). Our field of responsibility on the plastic moulding processes covers the validation of the lines, the operational procedures to operate them, the expertise of the products and the continuous improvement of the lines and technologies both in Denmark and at our off-shore sites The position You will, in collaboration with your colleagues, secure that all automation systems are in compliance with internal and external requirements focusing on GMP. You implement our Automation Validation Strategy and maintain and seek to improve the fundamental and global validation documents (e.g. URS, change requests and technical rationales) we are responsible for. You will be involved in validating equipment, trouble shooting, identifying improvements and you will ramp up the Automation Solutions on the sites. You will furthermore seek to improve and maintain automation processes for Novo Nordisk factories, new or existing, and ensure user-friendly solutions in alignment with the IT direction. One of your responsibilities is to ensure sufficient capacity across Novo Nordisk manufacturing sites in Denmark and abroad. As we are supporting all Novo Nordisk manufacturing sites around the world, 30-40 days travelling can be expected per year, both in and outside of Europe. Qualifications You have a relevant academic education within Automation Engineering or equivalent with minimum 3 years of experience in quality or process support. You have a proven track record in GMP and risk analysis expertise and have successfully worked with validation. Furthermore, you have a good understanding of automated systems handling component. Success in this position calls for a strong drive and independent work style where you demonstrate to take initiatives and make things happen. In addition to being determined and self-driven you are also structured with the ability to balance theory on a pragmatic mind-set. Conceptualising the validation strategy and mastering the details of the Automation Solutions comes natural to you as well as communicating in an easily understandable way to stakeholders and colleagues Working at Novo Nordisk At Novo Nordisk, your skills, dedication and ambition help us change lives for the better. In exchange, we offer you an opportunity to work with extraordinary talent and benefit from a range of possibilities for professional and personal development. Contact For further information, please contact Signe Steninge Jacobsen at 45 3079 9700. Deadline 31. October 2019 Millions rely on us To work for Novo Nordisk you will need the skills, dedication and ambition to change lives for the better for millions of patients living with diabetes and other chronical diseases. In exchange, we offer the chance to be part of a truly global workplace, where passion and engagement are met with opportunities for professional and personal development.
  • Engineering
  • Hillerød

We are seeking a new Automation Engineer, to secure that our advanced automation utilities, handling moulded components at Novo Nordisk manufacturing sites in Denmark and abroad, meet the quality standards and production needs. This is your chance to play a role where you will help ensure that major plastic moulding lines in Novo Nordisk deliver quality product to the patients.

About the department

You will join a dedicated and highly competent team in Device Manufacturing and Sourcing (DMS). Our field of responsibility on the plastic moulding processes covers the validation of the lines, the operational procedures to operate them, the expertise of the products and the continuous improvement of the lines and technologies both in Denmark and at our off-shore sites
 

The position

You will, in collaboration with your colleagues, secure that all automation systems are in compliance with internal and external requirements focusing on GMP. You implement our Automation Validation Strategy and maintain and seek to improve the fundamental and global validation documents (e.g. URS, change requests and technical rationales) we are responsible for.

You will be involved in validating equipment, trouble shooting, identifying improvements and you will ramp up the Automation Solutions on the sites.

You will furthermore seek to improve and maintain automation processes for Novo Nordisk factories, new or existing, and ensure user-friendly solutions in alignment with the IT direction. One of your responsibilities is to ensure sufficient capacity across Novo Nordisk manufacturing sites in Denmark and abroad.

As we are supporting all Novo Nordisk manufacturing sites around the world, 30-40 days travelling can be expected per year, both in and outside of Europe.


Qualifications

You have a relevant academic education within Automation Engineering or equivalent with minimum 3 years of experience in quality or process support. You have a proven track record in GMP and risk analysis expertise and have successfully worked with validation. Furthermore, you have a good understanding of automated systems handling component.

Success in this position calls for a strong drive and independent work style where you demonstrate to take initiatives and make things happen. In addition to being determined and self-driven you are also structured with the ability to balance theory on a pragmatic mind-set.

Conceptualising the validation strategy and mastering the details of the Automation Solutions comes natural to you as well as communicating in an easily understandable way to stakeholders and colleagues
 

Working at Novo Nordisk

At Novo Nordisk, your skills, dedication and ambition help us change lives for the better. In exchange, we offer you an opportunity to work with extraordinary talent and benefit from a range of possibilities for professional and personal development.
 

Contact

For further information, please contact Signe Steninge Jacobsen at +45 3079 9700.

Deadline

31. October 2019

Millions rely on us

To work for Novo Nordisk you will need the skills, dedication and ambition to change lives for the better for millions of patients living with diabetes and other chronical diseases. In exchange, we offer the chance to be part of a truly global workplace, where passion and engagement are met with opportunities for professional and personal development.
 

Novo Nordisk A/SHillerød2019-10-15T00:00:002019-10-31T00:00:00
330107434Technical writer for medical device technical file (Maternity cover)Robot Engineering Hillerød Would you like to have an impact on people s lives by ensuring the compliance of Novo Nordisk s documentation to external requirements? Do you have a talent for making precise and structured technical documentation and drive for applying it in a regulated environment such as the medical device industry? About the department The position is located in the Design controls team in the Product Maintenance department. Product Maintenance holds the design responsibility for Novo Nordisk s medical devices after the device design has been transferred from R D to production. The Design controls team currently consists of skilled engineers with in-depth understanding of the design control process as well as technical expertise within mechanics, electronics, software and polymers. Each team member is responsible for one or more marketed products, eg our high-quality insulin pens and owns the product documentation. The Job The position is a maternity cover for our current Technical writer. As Technical writer in Product Maintenance you will be involved in ensuring that the technical file of our products lives up to all internal and external requirements. You will support the team, in ensuring that the product fulfils the defined requirements and that safety risks are identified and mitigated by executing documentation updates based on the direction they give. Your tasks will include to create and update existing documentation in accordance with input from technical experts inside and outside the department. Within the next year we have an interesting task to implement Unique Device Identification (UDI) for all our products on the European market. You will be an important player in this task, coordinating data collection from several sources inside the company. You will work both independently with tasks in the team as well as participate in projects and meetings with several stakeholders where you represent the team. The position provides a unique opportunity to be involved in all aspects of a medical device in an international, pharmaceutical company. To succeed you collaborate with a broad range of stakeholders in the organisation such as Manufacturing Development, Regulatory Affairs, Quality Assurance, Global Safety and Research Development. Qualifications You have a relevant education within a technical field or the field of communication, for example as technical writer. It is an advantage if you have work experience in the medico industry and or documented training in external requirements related to medical device documentation and design controls. You will work in an international environment, hence solid skills in English is required. You are well-structured and have a systematic way of working, seeking simple and effective solutions within the complexity that surrounds a medical device and its documentation package. You are service-minded and can handle a large number of tasks and stakeholders without losing focus. As a large part of your work will be related to documentation, you must possess excellent writing skills and you are known for your high quality deliverables. Contact For further information, please contact Manager Linda Nilsson at 45 3075 0872 Deadline 23 October 2019 Please note that we will invite candidates for interviews continuously throughout the posting period. Millions rely on us To work for Novo Nordisk you will need the skills, dedication and ambition to change lives for the better for millions of patients living with diabetes and other chronical diseases. In exchange, we offer the chance to be part of a truly global workplace, where passion and engagement are met with opportunities for professional and personal development.
  • Engineering
  • Hillerød

Would you like to have an impact on people’s lives by ensuring the compliance of Novo Nordisk’s documentation to external requirements? Do you have a talent for making precise and structured technical documentation and drive for applying it in a regulated environment such as the medical device industry?

About the department

The position is located in the Design controls team in the Product Maintenance department. Product Maintenance holds the design responsibility for Novo Nordisk’s medical devices after the device design has been transferred from R&D to production. The Design controls team currently consists of skilled engineers with in-depth understanding of the design control process as well as technical expertise within mechanics, electronics, software and polymers. Each team member is responsible for one or more marketed products, eg our high-quality insulin pens and owns the product documentation.

The Job

The position is a maternity cover for our current Technical writer. As Technical writer in Product Maintenance you will be involved in ensuring that the technical file of our products lives up to all internal and external requirements. You will support the team, in ensuring that the product fulfils the defined requirements and that safety risks are identified and mitigated by executing documentation updates based on the direction they give.

Your tasks will include to create and update existing documentation in accordance with input from technical experts inside and outside the department. Within the next year we have an interesting task to implement Unique Device Identification (UDI) for all our products on the European market. You will be an important player in this task, coordinating data collection from several sources inside the company.

You will work both independently with tasks in the team as well as participate in projects and meetings with several stakeholders where you represent the team. The position provides a unique opportunity to be involved in all aspects of a medical device in an international, pharmaceutical company. To succeed you collaborate with a broad range of stakeholders in the organisation such as Manufacturing Development, Regulatory Affairs, Quality Assurance, Global Safety and Research & Development.

Qualifications

You have a relevant education within a technical field or the field of communication, for example as technical writer. It is an advantage if you have work experience in the medico industry and/or documented training in external requirements related to medical device documentation and design controls. You will work in an international environment, hence solid skills in English is required.

You are well-structured and have a systematic way of working, seeking simple and effective solutions within the complexity that surrounds a medical device and its documentation package. You are service-minded and can handle a large number of tasks and stakeholders without losing focus. As a large part of your work will be related to documentation, you must possess excellent writing skills and you are known for your high quality deliverables.

Contact

For further information, please contact Manager Linda Nilsson at +45 3075 0872
 

Deadline

23 October 2019

Please note that we will invite candidates for interviews continuously throughout the posting period.

Millions rely on us

To work for Novo Nordisk you will need the skills, dedication and ambition to change lives for the better for millions of patients living with diabetes and other chronical diseases. In exchange, we offer the chance to be part of a truly global workplace, where passion and engagement are met with opportunities for professional and personal development.

Novo Nordisk A/SHillerød2019-10-15T00:00:002019-10-23T00:00:00
330107664Engineers passionate about medical device developmentRobot Engineering Hillerød Would you like to work in a state-of-the-art R D department that brings the most innovative device concepts through development to successful launches on a global scale? Do you want to contribute in advancing healthcare by developing advanced connected medical devices - a key enabler for Novo Nordisk s ambition within Digital Health? Then take the next step in your life-changing career and join us in the Device Development team in Novo Nordisk. About the department Device R D, located in Hillerød, is an area within our Global R D organisation responsible for development, design, functionality and regulatory approval of medical devices. We have a long and outstanding track-record of developing the best, most innovative and widely-used drug delivery devices in the world. The Device Development team is a high performing team, and our aim is to develop innovative devices that add value to patients and Novo Nordisk. The team is an interdisciplinary group of hardware, software and mechanical engineers all aiming to advance the care of people living with chronical diseases. We are busy with bringing new products to the market and therefore, we are looking for new skilled colleagues to join our team. The position As our new R D Engineer, your primary responsibility will be to contribute to the development of our connected medical devices. You will become a member of a project team and together with your colleagues, you will contribute to the product development and system design by combining user insights, new innovations and regulatory requirements to advance the care of people living with chronical diseases. In other words, your work will for example involve system design, technical specifications, problem solving or verification planning, and at all stages you will document your work in line with medical device requirements. You will be working in close collaboration with your team members as well as cross-functionally within the organisation and with external stakeholders. Qualifications You hold a technical or scientific master s degree or above. Preferably, you have relevant work experience with either electrical or software engineering. Work experience with development of medical devices or other highly regulated products will be valued. As a person you are proactive, engaged and have a positive attitude towards new ideas and people. You bring a can do mindset and you thrive in a changing and busy environment. You are structured, analytical and able to clearly communicate your results. Proficiency in both oral and written English is essential. Working at Novo Nordisk By being patient-focused, we have achieved a market leading position and we continuously develop our expertise to stay ahead both as a company and as individuals. Working here means joining a team of highly qualified, ambitious colleagues with a passion to bring better treatments to the people who need them. Contact For further information, please contact Rasmus Haahr at 45 3079 8955. Deadline 3 November 2019. Millions rely on us To work for Novo Nordisk you will need the skills, dedication and ambition to change lives for the better for millions of patients living with diabetes and other chronical diseases. In exchange, we offer the chance to be part of a truly global workplace, where passion and engagement are met with opportunities for professional and personal development.
  • Engineering
  • Hillerød  

Would you like to work in a state-of-the-art R&D department that brings the most innovative device concepts through development to successful launches on a global scale? Do you want to contribute in advancing healthcare by developing advanced connected medical devices - a key enabler for Novo Nordisk’s ambition within Digital Health? Then take the next step in your life-changing career and join us in the Device Development team in Novo Nordisk. 
 
About the department 

Device R&D, located in Hillerød, is an area within our Global R&D organisation responsible for development, design, functionality and regulatory approval of medical devices. We have a long and outstanding track-record of developing the best, most innovative and widely-used drug delivery devices in the world. The Device Development team is a high performing team, and our aim is to develop innovative devices that add value to patients and Novo Nordisk. The team is an interdisciplinary group of hardware, software and mechanical engineers all aiming to advance the care of people living with chronical diseases. We are busy with bringing new products to the market and therefore, we are looking for new skilled colleagues to join our team.  

The position 

As our new R&D Engineer, your primary responsibility will be to contribute to the development of our connected medical devices. You will become a member of a project team and together with your colleagues, you will contribute to the product development and system design by combining user insights, new innovations and regulatory requirements to advance the care of people living with chronical diseases. In other words, your work will for example involve system design, technical specifications, problem solving or verification planning, and at all stages you will document your work in line with medical device requirements. You will be working in close collaboration with your team members as well as cross-functionally within the organisation and with external stakeholders.  

Qualifications 

You hold a technical or scientific master’s degree or above. Preferably, you have relevant work experience with either electrical or software engineering. Work experience with development of medical devices or other highly regulated products will be valued. 

As a person you are proactive, engaged and have a positive attitude towards new ideas and people. You bring a ‘can do’ mindset and you thrive in a changing and busy environment. You are structured, analytical and able to clearly communicate your results.   
 
Proficiency in both oral and written English is essential. 
 
Working at Novo Nordisk 

By being patient-focused, we have achieved a market leading position and we continuously develop our expertise to stay ahead – both as a company and as individuals. Working here means joining a team of highly qualified, ambitious colleagues with a passion to bring better treatments to the people who need them. 
 
Contact 

For further information, please contact Rasmus Haahr at +45 3079 8955.  
 
Deadline 

3 November 2019.  

Millions rely on us

To work for Novo Nordisk you will need the skills, dedication and ambition to change lives for the better for millions of patients living with diabetes and other chronical diseases. In exchange, we offer the chance to be part of a truly global workplace, where passion and engagement are met with opportunities for professional and personal development.

Novo Nordisk A/SHillerød2019-10-15T00:00:002019-11-03T00:00:00
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