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Scientific Officer within life science research and industrial applications

Scientific Officer within life science research and industrial applications
Do you want to contribute to creating a sustainable society, and would you like to be part of building a new grant awarding area, support excellent research and develop impactful projects?

The Novo Nordisk Foundation is looking for a Scientific Officer with expertise in food or agricultural research and with industrial applications experience.

Life science research and industrial applications (Biotech) is one of six newly defined strategic areas in the 2019-2023 Strategy of the Novo Nordisk Foundation. This grant giving area is of great importance for the expansion of research within industrial biotechnology, plant- and food sciences as well as environmental biotechnology. An overall focus for the area is to support research that may enable a more sustainable, efficient and reduced use of natural resources. Both specific and interdisciplinary research projects will be part of this grant giving area.

The Scientific Officer will develop the frameworks and help identify exciting areas of interest within life-sciences and biotechnology and through that have an exceptional opportunity to influence research and education.

The scientific Officer will conceive, develop and execute highly impactful grant awarding activities in collaboration with colleagues and key partners at universities, research centres and companies.


The Job

You will as Scientific Officer work with the Head of Department to ensure the effective planning and execution of the NNF’s strategic projects. Implement and follow up on stand-alone grants to research centres and research projects, as well as be responsible for managing the activities in scientific advisory committees.

Your tasks will include:

  • In collaboration with the other Scientific Officers in the Novo Nordisk Foundation, develop and implement grants for interdisciplinary research.
  • Participate in and support grant assessment.
  • Drive, coordinate and follow-up on project progress, target achievement and impact assessments.
  • Undertake continuous dialogue with grant recipients, collaboration partners, committee members and other stakeholders.
  • Formulate the content of reports, documents and other written material clearly and professionally.
  • Prepare or provide input to publications about the NNF’s grant activities.

The Biotech team currently consists of 3 highly qualified Scientific officers. As the department is under development, we are eager to find a colleague interested in being a part of the journey, building op the new department.  We strive to deliver the highest quality, and give each other feedback in a trust based working environment.


Professional Qualifications
We are looking for a Scientific Officer with a Ph.D. degree in food or agricultural sciences or related fields within the natural sciences, preferably with experience in both basic and applied research at the level of senior postdoc, senior scientist, assistant professor or associate professor.

We expect the candidate to possess:

  • Comprehensive understanding of the nature and culture of science.
  • Excellent ability to understand, analyze and communicate research results, research projects, and research evaluations.
  • Understand concepts, practices, policies, and procedures within industrial biotechnology, plant- and food sciences as well as environmental biotechnology in the public and/or private sectors.
  • Ability to manage several complex projects simultaneously.
  • Excellent communication skills both written and verbal, especially in English.


Personal Qualifications
We are looking for a Scientific Officer who is:

  • Professional, quality-conscious, and impact-oriented.
  • Ambitious, proactive, and structured in approach to problem-solving. 
  • Intellectually quick, curious, disciplined, resourceful and resilient.
  • Strong in interpersonal skills and the ability to build good collaborative relationships. 
  • Able to work well in a team and independently.

Working at the Novo Nordisk Foundation
We offer a committed and professional workplace in which we emphasize ensuring that our colleagues thrive, are challenged and have opportunities to develop their potential. A career at the Novo Nordisk Foundation gives you the opportunity to work:  

  • on important projects that benefit society; 
  • with key actors within research and development in Denmark; 
  • and as part of a dedicated team that is passionate about creating value for society.


Application and Information

For more information, please contact Sofie Lorentzen, HR Business Partner on e-mail: slo@novo.dk or phone: +45 4020 9832, or Claus Felby, Head of Biotech on e-mail: cfe@novo.dk. We encourage you to send your application as soon as possible and no later than 20/05/2019.

To apply, please send your CV, cover letter, and university transcripts by clicking on the “Apply now” button.

About the Novo Nordisk Foundation
The Novo Nordisk Foundation dates back to 1922, and is an independent Danish foundation with corporate interests. Our vision is to contribute significantly to research and development that improves the lives of people and the sustainability of society.

Since 2010, the Foundation has donated more than DKK 16 billion (€2.1 billion), primarily for research at public institutions and hospitals in Denmark and the other Nordic countries. The Foundation gets its income from ownership in the Novo Group companies and more than 80 other life science companies.

In the coming years, the Foundation will broaden its scope and increase its grants for scientific, humanitarian and social purposes. As a consequence, we are a growing organization, which means new job openings and exciting opportunities for employees to be a part of forming the future of the Foundation.

Read more about the Novo Nordisk Foundation’s history, strategy and ownership structure here.


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330013415Phoenix-ecf6076412019-04-30T00:00:00Scientific Officer within life science research and industrial applications

Scientific Officer within life science research and industrial applications
Do you want to contribute to creating a sustainable society, and would you like to be part of building a new grant awarding area, support excellent research and develop impactful projects?

The Novo Nordisk Foundation is looking for a Scientific Officer with expertise in food or agricultural research and with industrial applications experience.

Life science research and industrial applications (Biotech) is one of six newly defined strategic areas in the 2019-2023 Strategy of the Novo Nordisk Foundation. This grant giving area is of great importance for the expansion of research within industrial biotechnology, plant- and food sciences as well as environmental biotechnology. An overall focus for the area is to support research that may enable a more sustainable, efficient and reduced use of natural resources. Both specific and interdisciplinary research projects will be part of this grant giving area.

The Scientific Officer will develop the frameworks and help identify exciting areas of interest within life-sciences and biotechnology and through that have an exceptional opportunity to influence research and education.

The scientific Officer will conceive, develop and execute highly impactful grant awarding activities in collaboration with colleagues and key partners at universities, research centres and companies.


The Job

You will as Scientific Officer work with the Head of Department to ensure the effective planning and execution of the NNF’s strategic projects. Implement and follow up on stand-alone grants to research centres and research projects, as well as be responsible for managing the activities in scientific advisory committees.

Your tasks will include:

  • In collaboration with the other Scientific Officers in the Novo Nordisk Foundation, develop and implement grants for interdisciplinary research.
  • Participate in and support grant assessment.
  • Drive, coordinate and follow-up on project progress, target achievement and impact assessments.
  • Undertake continuous dialogue with grant recipients, collaboration partners, committee members and other stakeholders.
  • Formulate the content of reports, documents and other written material clearly and professionally.
  • Prepare or provide input to publications about the NNF’s grant activities.

The Biotech team currently consists of 3 highly qualified Scientific officers. As the department is under development, we are eager to find a colleague interested in being a part of the journey, building op the new department.  We strive to deliver the highest quality, and give each other feedback in a trust based working environment.


Professional Qualifications
We are looking for a Scientific Officer with a Ph.D. degree in food or agricultural sciences or related fields within the natural sciences, preferably with experience in both basic and applied research at the level of senior postdoc, senior scientist, assistant professor or associate professor.

We expect the candidate to possess:

  • Comprehensive understanding of the nature and culture of science.
  • Excellent ability to understand, analyze and communicate research results, research projects, and research evaluations.
  • Understand concepts, practices, policies, and procedures within industrial biotechnology, plant- and food sciences as well as environmental biotechnology in the public and/or private sectors.
  • Ability to manage several complex projects simultaneously.
  • Excellent communication skills both written and verbal, especially in English.


Personal Qualifications
We are looking for a Scientific Officer who is:

  • Professional, quality-conscious, and impact-oriented.
  • Ambitious, proactive, and structured in approach to problem-solving. 
  • Intellectually quick, curious, disciplined, resourceful and resilient.
  • Strong in interpersonal skills and the ability to build good collaborative relationships. 
  • Able to work well in a team and independently.

Working at the Novo Nordisk Foundation
We offer a committed and professional workplace in which we emphasize ensuring that our colleagues thrive, are challenged and have opportunities to develop their potential. A career at the Novo Nordisk Foundation gives you the opportunity to work:  

  • on important projects that benefit society; 
  • with key actors within research and development in Denmark; 
  • and as part of a dedicated team that is passionate about creating value for society.


Application and Information

For more information, please contact Sofie Lorentzen, HR Business Partner on e-mail: slo@novo.dk or phone: +45 4020 9832, or Claus Felby, Head of Biotech on e-mail: cfe@novo.dk. We encourage you to send your application as soon as possible and no later than 20/05/2019.

To apply, please send your CV, cover letter, and university transcripts by clicking on the “Apply now” button.

About the Novo Nordisk Foundation
The Novo Nordisk Foundation dates back to 1922, and is an independent Danish foundation with corporate interests. Our vision is to contribute significantly to research and development that improves the lives of people and the sustainability of society.

Since 2010, the Foundation has donated more than DKK 16 billion (€2.1 billion), primarily for research at public institutions and hospitals in Denmark and the other Nordic countries. The Foundation gets its income from ownership in the Novo Group companies and more than 80 other life science companies.

In the coming years, the Foundation will broaden its scope and increase its grants for scientific, humanitarian and social purposes. As a consequence, we are a growing organization, which means new job openings and exciting opportunities for employees to be a part of forming the future of the Foundation.

Read more about the Novo Nordisk Foundation’s history, strategy and ownership structure here.

2019-05-21T00:50:37.217 Scientific Officer within life science research and industrial applications Do you want to contribute to creating a sustainable society, and would you like to be part of building a new grant awarding area, support excellent research and develop impactful projects? The Novo Nordisk Foundation is looking for a Scientific Officer with expertise in food or agricultural research and with industrial applications experience. Life science research and industrial applications (Biotech) is one of six newly defined strategic areas in the 2019-2023 Strategy of the Novo Nordisk Foundation. This grant giving area is of great importance for the expansion of research within industrial biotechnology, plant- and food sciences as well as environmental biotechnology. An overall focus for the area is to support research that may enable a more sustainable, efficient and reduced use of natural resources. Both specific and interdisciplinary research projects will be part of this grant giving area. The Scientific Officer will develop the frameworks and help identify exciting areas of interest within life-sciences and biotechnology and through that have an exceptional opportunity to influence research and education. The scientific Officer will conceive, develop and execute highly impactful grant awarding activities in collaboration with colleagues and key partners at universities, research centres and companies. The Job You will as Scientific Officer work with the Head of Department to ensure the effective planning and execution of the NNF s strategic projects. Implement and follow up on stand-alone grants to research centres and research projects, as well as be responsible for managing the activities in scientific advisory committees. Your tasks will include: In collaboration with the other Scientific Officers in the Novo Nordisk Foundation, develop and implement grants for interdisciplinary research. Participate in and support grant assessment. Drive, coordinate and follow-up on project progress, target achievement and impact assessments. Undertake continuous dialogue with grant recipients, collaboration partners, committee members and other stakeholders. Formulate the content of reports, documents and other written material clearly and professionally. Prepare or provide input to publications about the NNF s grant activities. The Biotech team currently consists of 3 highly qualified Scientific officers. As the department is under development, we are eager to find a colleague interested in being a part of the journey, building op the new department. We strive to deliver the highest quality, and give each other feedback in a trust based working environment. Professional Qualifications We are looking for a Scientific Officer with a Ph.D. degree in food or agricultural sciences or related fields within the natural sciences, preferably with experience in both basic and applied research at the level of senior postdoc, senior scientist, assistant professor or associate professor. We expect the candidate to possess: Comprehensive understanding of the nature and culture of science. Excellent ability to understand, analyze and communicate research results, research projects, and research evaluations. Understand concepts, practices, policies, and procedures within industrial biotechnology, plant- and food sciences as well as environmental biotechnology in the public and or private sectors. Ability to manage several complex projects simultaneously. Excellent communication skills both written and verbal, especially in English. Personal Qualifications We are looking for a Scientific Officer who is: Professional, quality-conscious, and impact-oriented. Ambitious, proactive, and structured in approach to problem-solving. Intellectually quick, curious, disciplined, resourceful and resilient. Strong in interpersonal skills and the ability to build good collaborative relationships. Able to work well in a team and independently. Working at the Novo Nordisk Foundation We offer a committed and professional workplace in which we emphasize ensuring that our colleagues thrive, are challenged and have opportunities to develop their potential. A career at the Novo Nordisk Foundation gives you the opportunity to work: on important projects that benefit society with key actors within research and development in Denmark and as part of a dedicated team that is passionate about creating value for society. Application and Information For more information, please contact Sofie Lorentzen, HR Business Partner on e-mail: slo@novo.dk or phone: 45 4020 9832, or Claus Felby, Head of Biotech on e-mail: cfe@novo.dk. We encourage you to send your application as soon as possible and no later than 20 05 2019. To apply, please send your CV, cover letter, and university transcripts by clicking on the Apply now button. About the Novo Nordisk Foundation The Novo Nordisk Foundation dates back to 1922, and is an independent Danish foundation with corporate interests. Our vision is to contribute significantly to research and development that improves the lives of people and the sustainability of society. Since 2010, the Foundation has donated more than DKK 16 billion (€2.1 billion), primarily for research at public institutions and hospitals in Denmark and the other Nordic countries. The Foundation gets its income from ownership in the Novo Group companies and more than 80 other life science companies. In the coming years, the Foundation will broaden its scope and increase its grants for scientific, humanitarian and social purposes. As a consequence, we are a growing organization, which means new job openings and exciting opportunities for employees to be a part of forming the future of the Foundation. Read more about the Novo Nordisk Foundation s history, strategy and ownership structure here.11jobnetecf60764100000000000IDK_OFIR_02DKDanmark228DKK2019-05-20T00:00:000000https://novo.csod.com/ux/ats/careersite/1/home/requisition/20?c=novo0EuropaDanmarkSjælland & øerStorkøbenhavnGentofte3516128NOVO NORDISK FONDEN11Tuborg Havnevej 192900HellerupDKDanmark0
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8Fuldtid46Permanent750747JobNet4980079498007910029-04-20190https://dispatcher.ofir.dk/statistic/register?context=FeedEntrySearchedCount&feedId=dc2beb84&entryId=ecf60764https://dispatcher.ofir.dk/statistic/register?context=FeedEntryDisplayCount&feedId=dc2beb84&entryId=ecf60764https://dispatcher.ofir.dk/statistic/register?context=JobApplicationInitiatedCount&feedId=dc2beb84&entryId=ecf60764&page=ShowJob&component=SendApplicationButtonhttps://dispatcher.ofir.dk/statistic/register?context=JobApplicationAppliedCount&feedId=dc2beb84&entryId=ecf60764&page=EmailApplyForm&component=SendApplicationButtonhttps://static.matchwork.com/company/logo/DK/ORS/SoMe/Produktion_haandvaerk_og_transport/Haandvaerk_og_service/14.jpgEr du den nye Officer i NOVO NORDISK FONDEN?12008001Dansk3Læse/ tale11018Officer7Håndværk & service361627645Sofienoreply@ofir.comDKDanmarkDKDanmark330021141Scientific Officer within bioscienceRobot Scientific Officer within bioscience Do you have a strong profile in medicine, biology or biotechnology? Do you have a profound interest in working with early-stage life science start-ups and being part of an organisation under development? If so, we have the perfect job opportunity for you. BioInnovation Institute (BII) - a Novo Nordisk Foundation initiative - is looking for a new colleague, who has a strong scientific background and good understanding of taking science to the next level. Founded in 2018, BII promotes collaborative, interdisciplinary, research-based innovation in the Life Sciences, and helps build viable start-up companies to ensure that such innovations become widely available for the benefit of human welfare and society. BII has just opened a new vibrant, collaborative workspace in Copenhagen bringing together entrepreneurial researchers and company creators from different disciplines. For the first three years of operation, the BII has been granted DKK 392 million by the Novo Nordisk Foundation. The Job You will as Scientific Officer act as advisor for translational research projects with the potential to become commercial entities. In close collaboration with the BII team, you will facilitate and follow up on research projects activities and support actions needed to take them to the next level of commercialization, as well as being responsible for preparing and providing input to publications about BII s grant activities. You will be: Responsible for PoC calls Responsible for organizing PoC committee meetings Screening of PoC applications Take notes from committee meetings Assist CEO in recruitments of researchers for new BII activities Assist the CEO in scouting for top-level science at Danish universities that have translational potential We are looking for a team member with a solid, scientific background within bioscience, and with a strong focus on what it takes to bring science to market, and the same time is rooted in academic life science community. We imagine that you hold a PhD. degree in bioscience (e.g. medicine, biology, biotechnology), have a comprehensive understanding of the nature and culture of science and an excellent ability to understand, analyse and communicate research results, research projects, and research evaluations. As an individual, you thrive in a job with the complexity of taking on responsibility by yourself and at the same time being a part of a team. Professional Qualifications: Minimum 3 years experience of research experience after PhD Experience in establishing professional networks within both the public and private sector. That you understand concepts, practices, policies, and procedures with regard to bioscientific research in the public and private sectors. Personal Qualifications: We are looking for a team member who is: Passionate about developing the scientific and entrepreneurial environment in Denmark Reliable with a systematic approach to planning and organisation, and able to independently manage several complex projects simultaneously Goal-oriented and hard-working Ambitious with a high level of personal drive and a positive can-do attitude Empathic with interpersonal skills that enable you to build strong relations Open-minded, dynamic and has a collaborative mindset A strong team player Passionate about entrepreneurship and science Working at BII We offer a committed and professional workplace in which we emphasize ensuring that our colleagues thrive, are challenged and have opportunities to develop their potential. A career at BII gives you the opportunity to work: on building the largest innovation and incubation initiative within the Life Sciences in Denmark with key actors within research and development and as part of a dedicated team that is passionate about creating value for society. BioInnovation Institute provides you with an opportunity to become part of a vibrant and professional workplace with a chance to bring ideas to life and science to market for the benefit for society and human welfare. Application and Information For more information, please contact Sofie Katrine Lorentzen, HR Business Partner on e-mail: slo@novo.dk or phone: 45 40209832. We encourage you to send your application as soon as possible and no later than 27 05 2019. To apply, please send your CV, cover letter, and university transcripts by clicking on the Apply now button. About BII BioInnovation Institute (BII) is an international hub for research-based innovation and entrepreneurship and embraces every development phase of a life science start-up within biotech, pharma and medtech. In BII, projects have access to a vibrant life science community and 2,300 square meters of state-of-the-art lab and office facilities, business acceleration programs, start-up business incubation, commercial support, unique funding opportunities and access to high-level mentoring and international networks. For the first three years of operations, BII has been granted DKK 392 million by the Novo Nordisk Foundation to bring ideas to life and research to market. BII is located in Copenhagen Bio Science Park (COBIS) in Copenhagen, Denmark. Read more on the BII website. About the Novo Nordisk Foundation The Novo Nordisk Foundation dates back to 1922, and is an independent Danish foundation with corporate interests. Our vision is to contribute significantly to research and development that improves the lives of people and the sustainability of society. Since 2010, the Foundation has donated more than DKK 16 billion (€2.1 billion), primarily for research at public institutions and hospitals in Denmark and the other Nordic countries. The Foundation gets its income from ownership in the Novo Group companies and more than 80 other life science companies. In the coming years, the Foundation will broaden its scope and increase its grants for scientific, humanitarian and social purposes. As a consequence, we are a growing organization, which means new job openings and exciting opportunities for employees to be a part of forming the future of the Foundation. Read more about the Novo Nordisk Foundation s history, strategy and ownership structure here.

Scientific Officer within bioscience
Do you have a strong profile in medicine, biology or biotechnology? Do you have a profound interest in working with early-stage life science start-ups and being part of an organisation under development? If so, we have the perfect job opportunity for you. 

BioInnovation Institute (BII) - a Novo Nordisk Foundation initiative - is looking for a new colleague, who has a strong scientific background and good understanding of taking science to the next level. Founded in 2018, BII promotes collaborative, interdisciplinary, research-based innovation in the Life Sciences, and helps build viable start-up companies to ensure that such innovations become widely available for the benefit of human welfare and society. BII has just opened a new vibrant, collaborative workspace in Copenhagen bringing together entrepreneurial researchers and company creators from different disciplines. For the first three years of operation, the BII has been granted DKK 392 million by the Novo Nordisk Foundation. 

The Job
You will as Scientific Officer act as advisor for translational research projects with the potential to become commercial entities. In close collaboration with the BII team, you will facilitate and follow up on research projects activities and support actions needed to take them to the next level of commercialization, as well as being responsible for preparing and providing input to publications about BII’s grant activities.

You will be:

  • Responsible for PoC calls
  • Responsible for organizing PoC committee meetings
  • Screening of PoC applications
  • Take notes from committee meetings
  • Assist CEO in recruitments of researchers for new BII activities
  • Assist the CEO in scouting for top-level science at Danish universities that have translational potential

We are looking for a team member with a solid, scientific background within bioscience, and with a strong focus on what it takes to bring science to market, and the same time is rooted in academic life science community. 
We imagine that you hold a PhD. degree in bioscience (e.g. medicine, biology, biotechnology), have a comprehensive understanding of the nature and culture of science and an excellent ability to understand, analyse and communicate research results, research projects, and research evaluations. 

As an individual, you thrive in a job with the complexity of taking on responsibility by yourself and at the same time being a part of a team.

Professional Qualifications:

  • Minimum 3 years’ experience of research experience after PhD
  • Experience in establishing professional networks within both the public and private sector.
  • That you understand concepts, practices, policies, and procedures with regard to bioscientific research in the public and private sectors.

Personal Qualifications:

We are looking for a team member who is:

  • Passionate about developing the scientific and entrepreneurial environment in Denmark
  • Reliable with a systematic approach to planning and organisation, and able to independently manage several complex projects simultaneously
  • Goal-oriented and hard-working
  • Ambitious with a high level of personal drive and a positive can-do attitude
  • Empathic with interpersonal skills that enable you to build strong relations
  • Open-minded, dynamic and has a collaborative mindset
  • A strong team player
  • Passionate about entrepreneurship and science

Working at BII
We offer a committed and professional workplace in which we emphasize ensuring that our colleagues thrive, are challenged and have opportunities to develop their potential. A career at BII gives you the opportunity to work: 

  • on building the largest innovation and incubation initiative within the Life Sciences in Denmark;  
  • with key actors within research and development; and 
  • as part of a dedicated team that is passionate about creating value for society.

BioInnovation Institute provides you with an opportunity to become part of a vibrant and professional workplace with a chance to bring ideas to life and science to market for the benefit for society and human welfare. 

Application and Information
For more information, please contact Sofie Katrine Lorentzen, HR Business Partner on e-mail: slo@novo.dk or phone: +45 40209832. We encourage you to send your application as soon as possible and no later than 27/05/2019.

To apply, please send your CV, cover letter, and university transcripts by clicking on the “Apply now” button.

About BII
BioInnovation Institute (BII) is an international hub for research-based innovation and entrepreneurship and embraces every development phase of a life science start-up within biotech, pharma and medtech.

In BII, projects have access to a vibrant life science community and 2,300 square meters of state-of-the-art lab and office facilities, business acceleration programs, start-up business incubation, commercial support, unique funding opportunities and access to high-level mentoring and international networks.

For the first three years of operations, BII has been granted DKK 392 million by the Novo Nordisk Foundation to bring ideas to life and research to market. BII is located in Copenhagen Bio Science Park (COBIS) in Copenhagen, Denmark.

Read more on the BII website.

About the Novo Nordisk Foundation
The Novo Nordisk Foundation dates back to 1922, and is an independent Danish foundation with corporate interests. Our vision is to contribute significantly to research and development that improves the lives of people and the sustainability of society. 

Since 2010, the Foundation has donated more than DKK 16 billion (€2.1 billion), primarily for research at public institutions and hospitals in Denmark and the other Nordic countries. The Foundation gets its income from ownership in the Novo Group companies and more than 80 other life science companies.

In the coming years, the Foundation will broaden its scope and increase its grants for scientific, humanitarian and social purposes. As a consequence, we are a growing organization, which means new job openings and exciting opportunities for employees to be a part of forming the future of the Foundation.

Read more about the Novo Nordisk Foundation’s history, strategy and ownership structure here.

BioInnovation InstituteKøbenhavn N2019-05-09T00:00:002019-05-27T00:00:00
330016520Senior IT Risk Compliance Officer, Gdynia or Warsaw/ Helsinki/ Stockholm/ Copenhagen/ OsloRobot We are looking for a Senior Risk Officer to support Risk and Control Management. This is an opportunity for you to support risk and compliance activities in IT. Compliance and integrity go hand in hand. It s all about making sure that we re a trusted partner to both our customers and society the foundation for great customer experiences. That s where you come in. Working with us, you ll help ensure that compliance underpins every decision we make and every action we take. Together, we are passionate about building a bank that makes a difference one where you can learn and grow. Will you help us lead the way in embedding compliance to transform the future of banking? Your future responsibilities We are the Technology Risk Management (TRM) within group BRIS (Business Risk Implementation and Support) providing risk management capabilities and services to Technology and Information security areas of Nordea. What you ll be doing: Establish and drive required risk governance within the IT Risk Management domain to enable effective compliance management Build on relationships and partner up with colleagues and stakeholders throughout the value chain to effectively run development and implementation processes Develop and drive high quality solutions, analyses, communication material and decision-making proposals to external and internal stakeholder (including executive management) Take the lead for projects and or initiatives and drive the implementation of these within and cross units in Nordea Develop and run guidelines and trainings related to our processes and tooling s Create and deliver cyclical aggregated reports informing management on a full range of value-added nonfinancial risk metrics including assessment and analysis of controls, mitigation, key risk indicators and risk appetite, creating transparency in our IT risk processes Together, we are passionate about building a bank that makes a difference where you can learn and grow. Will you help us lead the way in embedding risk and controls to transform the future of banking. It s an exciting time for you to join us. Are you interested in coming on the journey with us? Who you are Collaboration. Ownership. Passion. Courage. These are the four key values that guide us in being at our best. We imagine that you enjoy learning and are excited about bringing your ideas to the table. You re dependable, willing to speak up even when it s difficult and committed to empowering others. Your profile and background: 3 years experience within IT Risk Compliance with a strong interest in being driver for IT control activities and initiatives Extended experience of control development and frameworks will be a strong advantage International experience and at least one of relevant certificates: ITIL, COBIT, CRISC, CISA etc., experience in audit will be an asset Very strong people and stakeholder management skills to provide partnership and commercial insight with divisional teams Strong analytical skills and the ability to apply them to risk, key risk reporting, analytics, and control designs High-working capacity, solid track record and the ability to work with multidisciplinary teams to deliver qualitative solutions on time If this sounds like you, get in touch! More information At nordea.com, you can read more about us, our business and our focus on integrating sustainability into everything we do. At Nordea, we recruit from the widest possible pool and hire the best person for the job. Because diversity makes us stronger. And once you are on board, you will find that we offer equal opportunities to everyone. Please submit your application no later than 28 April 2019. Great people often know great people please share if you have a friend who could be a perfect match for this job. To all recruitment agencies: Please note, we don t accept unsolicited resumes for any of our positions. All contact regarding agency resumes should be directed to Nordea Talent Acquisition which handles everything related to recruitment. Please include permit for processing personal data in CV as following: In accordance with art. 6 (1) a. Regulation (EU) 2016 679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, and repealing Directive 95 46 EC (General Data Protection Regulation) hereinafter GDPR . I agree to have my personal data proceeded for the purposes of current and future recruitment processes in Nordea Bank Abp Branch in Poland. The administrator of your personal data is: Nordea Bank Abp Branch in Poland, Aleja Edwarda Rydza Smiglego 20, 93-281 Lodz. Your personal data will be processed for the recruitment processes in Nordea Bank Abp Branch in Poland. You have a right to access your personal data, right to rectify and right to delete. Disclosing the personal data in the scope specified by the provisions of Polish Labour Code from 26 June 1974 and executive acts are mandatory. Providing additional personal data is voluntary however necessary to conduct the recruitment processes. The request for the deletion of your personal data means resignation from further participation in recruitment processes and causes the immediate removal of your application. Detailed information concerning processing of your personal data can be found at: http: nordea.pl odo.pdf We reserve the right to reply only to selected applications.

We are looking for a Senior Risk Officer to support Risk and Control Management. This is an opportunity for you to support risk and compliance activities in IT.  

Compliance and integrity go hand in hand. It’s all about making sure that we’re a trusted partner to both our customers and society – the foundation for great customer experiences.  

That’s where you come in. Working with us, you’ll help ensure that compliance underpins every decision we make and every action we take.  

Together, we are passionate about building a bank that makes a difference – one where you can learn and grow. Will you help us lead the way in embedding compliance to transform the future of banking? Your future responsibilities We are the Technology Risk Management (TRM) within group BRIS (Business Risk Implementation and Support) providing risk management capabilities and services to Technology and Information security areas of Nordea. 

What you’ll be doing:  

  • Establish and drive required risk governance within the IT Risk Management domain to enable effective compliance management  
  • Build on relationships and partner up with colleagues and stakeholders throughout the value chain to effectively run development and implementation processes 
  • Develop and drive high quality solutions, analyses, communication material and decision-making proposals to external and internal stakeholder (including executive management) 
  • Take the lead for projects and/or initiatives and drive the implementation of these within and cross units in Nordea  
  • Develop and run guidelines and trainings related to our processes and tooling's 
  • Create and deliver cyclical aggregated reports informing management on a full range of value-added nonfinancial risk metrics including assessment and analysis of controls, mitigation, key risk indicators and risk appetite, creating transparency in our IT risk processes 

Together, we are passionate about building a bank that makes a difference – where you can learn and grow. Will you help us lead the way in embedding risk and controls to transform the future of banking. It's an exciting time for you to join us. Are you interested in coming on the journey with us?  

Who you are 

Collaboration. Ownership. Passion. Courage. These are the four key values that guide us in being at our best. We imagine that you enjoy learning and are excited about bringing your ideas to the table. You’re dependable, willing to speak up – even when it’s difficult – and committed to empowering others. 

Your profile and background:  

  • +3 years' experience within IT Risk & Compliance with a strong interest in being driver for IT control activities and initiatives 
  • Extended experience of control development and frameworks will be a strong advantage  
  • International experience and at least one of relevant certificates: ITIL, COBIT, CRISC, CISA etc., experience in audit will be an asset 
  • Very strong people and stakeholder management skills to provide partnership and commercial insight with divisional teams 
  • Strong analytical skills and the ability to apply them to risk, key risk reporting, analytics, and control designs 
  • High-working capacity, solid track record and the ability to work with multidisciplinary teams to deliver qualitative solutions on time 

If this sounds like you, get in touch!  

More information

 At nordea.com, you can read more about us, our business and our focus on integrating sustainability into everything we do.

 At Nordea, we recruit from the widest possible pool and hire the best person for the job. Because diversity makes us stronger. And once you are on board, you will find that we offer equal opportunities to everyone. 

Please submit your application no later than 28 April 2019.  

Great people often know great people – please share if you have a friend who could be a perfect match for this job. 

To all recruitment agencies: Please note, we don’t accept unsolicited resumes for any of our positions. All contact regarding agency resumes should be directed to Nordea Talent Acquisition which handles everything related to recruitment. 

Please include permit for processing personal data in CV as following:  

In accordance with art. 6 (1) a. Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, and repealing Directive 95/46/EC (General Data Protection Regulation) hereinafter ‘GDPR’. I agree to have my personal data proceeded for the purposes of current and future recruitment processes in Nordea Bank Abp Branch in Poland.  

The administrator of your personal data is: Nordea Bank Abp Branch in Poland, Aleja Edwarda Rydza Smiglego 20, 93-281 Lodz. Your personal data will be processed for the recruitment processes in Nordea Bank Abp Branch in Poland. You have a right to access your personal data, right to rectify and right to delete. Disclosing the personal data in the scope specified by the provisions of Polish Labour Code from 26 June 1974 and executive acts are mandatory. Providing additional personal data is voluntary however necessary to conduct the recruitment processes. The request for the deletion of your personal data means resignation from further participation in recruitment processes and causes the immediate removal of your application. Detailed information concerning processing of your personal data can be found at: http://nordea.pl/odo.pdf  

We reserve the right to reply only to selected applications. 

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