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Device Project Manager in Stem Cell R&D. Københavns omegn

Trabajar de Directores de industrias manufactureras en Dinamarca (Københavns omegn)

Clasificación del trabajo: Directores y gerentes : Directores y gerentes de producción y operaciones : Directores de industrias manufactureras, de minería, construcción y distribución : Directores de industrias manufactureras.

Ledelsesarbejde : Ledelse af hovedaktiviteten inden for produktions- og servicevirksomhed : Ledelse af hovedaktiviteten inden fremstillingsvirksomhed, råstofudvinding, byggeri, forsyning, distribution mv : Ledelse af hovedaktiviteten inden for fremstillingsvirksomhed (undtagen landbrug, skovbrug og fiskeri)

Descripción de la oferta de trabajo:

  • Engineering
  • Måløv

 

   

Do you have solid understanding of medical device aspects of drug development within the pharmaceutical industry and a background in engineering? Can you see yourself working cross-functionally within an organization and with external partners to map, coordinate and align device and combination- (cell-device) project objectives and deliverables? Do you thrive in a fast-paced, ambitious and multidisciplinary environment? Come join us as our new Device Project Manager in the Department of Cell Delivery & Pharmacology and help us develop stem cell-based therapies for serious chronic diseases and change lives for a living.

 

About the department

In the Department of Stem Cell Delivery & Pharmacology in Måløv, Copenhagen Area, Denmark, you will be part of the Novo Nordisk Stem Cell R&D unit. We work closely with our two Research sister-departments, Stem Cell Biology and Stem Cell Discovery, as well as our colleagues in Stem Cell CMC and Development, to drive and support projects within stem cell therapy for serious chronic diseases. You will be part of a dedicated cross-functional team of 6 colleagues (in a department of 19 colleagues in total) dedicated to support all projects, investigating and optimizing cell delivery techniques and processes in different disease indications.

 

We focus on collaboration, both internally and with external academic and non-academic groups, to progress development of stem cell-based therapies. We are driven by curiosity and desire to make a difference and can offer a dynamic, flexible working environment with opportunities for professional development and cutting-edge scientific challenges. We emphasise transparency, accountability and a positive work environment where we support each other to reach our goals and appreciate humour and initiative in our daily work.

 

The position

As our new Device Project Manager, you will map and coordinate cross-functional activities and provide design recommendations for development of cell delivery devices in close collaboration with internal and external stakeholders and partners. You will provide project support for combination product development and take on the role as the go-to person both for our external device partners and our internal teams in all matters relating to the device within a given project.

 

You will be responsible for identifying, driving and coordinating device development activities related to a given stem cell project. As part of the Stem Cell Project Core Team, you will ensure alignment of device development milestones with the overall timelines and requirements of the project. In that, you will be collaborating closely with our colleagues in Stem Cell Manufacturing in Fremont, CA, and in Device R&D. Furthermore, you will contribute and/or coordinate with relevant stakeholders to identify and evaluate innovative approaches to cell delivery and device development, support design of device- and cell delivery studies in the research team as well as participate in due diligence activities relating to cell delivery technologies.

 

You will be encouraged to challenge and bring forward new ideas to management for optimising efficient progress. You will support in identifying risks, developing mitigation strategies, resolving issues, etc. in collaboration with cross functional groups. You will be expected to seek knowledge and expand your skills within novel therapy areas as we progress with new projects and scientific challenges.

 

Qualifications

You have a degree in engineering +many years of relevant work experience within Class II or preferably Class III medical device projects including product development. Experience with Life cycle management and in-licensing is a plus.

You have a solid understanding of the R&D value chain including the various disciplines and their complex interactions, working knowledge of regulatory-, compliance- and related requirements within medical devices and experience with international collaboration involving both biotech and academic groups.

 

You can evaluate the value proposition and development stage of a medical device and identify, map and coordinate activities needed to bring the device to the clinic with focus on quality, needs driven innovation and speed.

You are comfortable navigating within an environment of tight timelines, high-complexity, non-standard and diverse tasks in known and new therapy areas. You are a strong communicator with high energy to influence and collaborate with external and internal key stakeholders and confident in English, both verbally and written.

 

In this position, you must have:

  • Excellent coordination skills
  • Ability to translate between biologists and engineers and create a common understanding of goals and requirements
  • Ability to see the bigger picture and ensure delivery on goals in the smartest and leanest way
  • Excellent communication skills and interpersonal relationship skills including negotiating and relationship management with ability to drive achievement of objectives
  • Ability to manage competing priorities in a fast-paced environment
  • Focus on quality and practical details

 

Working at Novo Nordisk

At Novo Nordisk, decisions and actions are based on their positive impact on society, the environment and on their potential to generate a profit. That makes for a responsible culture with an engaging and healthy work environment. In our Stem Cell R&D unit, we value accountability and independency at all levels throughout the organisation and expect flexibility and openness to new challenges according to project priorities and needs.

 

Contact

For further information, please contact Amy Drummond at +45 3077 8001, e-mail ayddnovonordisk.com or Louise Winkel +45 3075 5391, e-mail lowgnovonordisk.com.

 

Deadline

August 18, 2020

 

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.

 

País del trabajo: Dinamarca.

Región: Københavns omegn.

Ver 619 ofertas de trabajo en "Københavns omegn" (Dinamarca).

Número de puestos: 1.

Tipo de puesto: Contratación directa.

Tipo de contrato: Jornada completa.

Empleador: Novo Nordisk A/S.

Instrucciones para solicitar:

Please apply using one of the specified channels

Forma de contacto:

  • Ciudad: Måløv; Código postal: 2760; Calle: Måløv Byvej, Número: 200
  • Sitio web: https://www.novonordisk.com/careers/working-at-novo-nordisk/job-ad-display.46484.en_GB.html

Identificador de la vacante:5182786.

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