Novo Nordisk A/S

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Indrykket 31-08-2020

Manufacturing Intelligence - International Master Student Program

Are you driven by teamwork and cross-functional collaboration to solve challenging business tasks? Do you strive to create change by establishing new, better manufacturing processes that help save lives across the globe daily? Then Novo Nordisk Kalundborg invites you to be part of our team and come work at the largest insulin production facility in the world. You get to leave your footprint on solutions that make a big difference to the lives and health of millions of patients. Your successful future starts with us by joining International Student Program Manufacturing Intelligence´ at Novo Nordisk in Kalundborg.


About the department

You get the opportunity to join an expanding, international, high performing team in Kalundborg, responsible for the ´Manufacturing Intelligence´ program. The primary goal of the program is to identify relevant data and turn a large amount of manufacturing data from various systems into knowledge and drive business results based on that knowledge.

In close collaboration with key internal stakeholders in production and business support functions, we establish an analytical platform integrating three dimensions: manufacturing management processes, IT infrastructure and business priorities. Evolution of Manufacturing Intelligence is following from performance measurement (analysis) to predictive modelling to decision making (optimisation).

The position

This program is an excellent opportunity to get to know our business and to experience different ways of working. You’ll manage and deliver your own projects, taking on more and more responsibility as you develop your skills and grow in confidence. You’ll have strong support from five peers on the program, together with mentoring from alumni and mentor from one of the world top business schools, and both experts and manufacturing intelligence team.

In addition to your role in the program, we’ll also give you the opportunity to shine by taking on specific projects and presenting your solutions to Senior Leadership.

 

You’ll have huge scope to share your ideas in the first part of the program. If you see areas where we can improve, we’ll want to know about it – we may well ask you to drive those improvements yourself in the second part. We’re an organization that’s constantly looking to find even better ways of doing things, so you will be empowered to innovate, to pioneer new solutions and use technologies to bring a "Big Data" concept into pharmaceutical production environment.

As a master student in Manufacturing Intelligence you will:

  • • Understand production data, analysing those to ascertain where value can be gained
  • • Assist in designing appropriate development and deployment strategy
  • • Support establishing and enforcing reference solutions to support industry use cases
  • • Work closely in a team within business, technology and science
  • • Start date: 01 January 2021
  • • A Danish full-time work permit is required

 

Qualifications

We are looking for a candidate with a passion for analysis and communication. You are currently studying on your 1st semester on your master’s degree in Business Analytics & Administration, Human Resource & Organizational Development, Information Technology, Data/Computer Science, Business Information Systems, Bio/Chemical Engineering, Supply Chain & Production Management, or Industrial Engineering. We expect you to have excellent English skills in both reading and writing, and that you have the skills to take responsibility for complex tasks involving many different stakeholders across different business areas. Furthermore, you must have the ability to work independently using your sound personal judgment to make wise decisions and to ask when in doubt.

As a person, you are outgoing with a strong personal drive and dedication. Your strong interpersonal skills assist you in creating trustful relations across professions and geography, and you bring a healthy sense of humor to your work – even when the pressure is on. We expect you to be service minded team player, that you thrive in a busy environment and that you are great at focusing on solutions and opportunities.

 

Working at Novo Nordisk

Join us at Novo Nordisk Manufacturing Kalundborg, where more than 3,500 Novo Nordisk employees share the ambition to continuously make a difference for more than 28 million people living with diabetes and other serious chronic conditions. You will be in excellent company, working alongside dedicated and highly competent colleagues. We are at the forefront of development in technology and processes, and we know success depends on dedicated individuals contributing to every step of the way. This is where we need you.

For more information visit www.novonordisk.com/manufacturingintelligence

 

Contact

For further information, please contact Artur Umerkaev at +45 30 777 343.

 

Application requirements

Your application for the Manufacturing Intelligence programme is a two-step process:

- Step 1: Upload your CV and motivational letter "Define "Manufacturing intelligence" concept and demonstrate how you are going to use your educational background and skills in the program" (300 words).

- Step 2: After finishing step one, follow this link: https://novonordisk.youngcrm.com/signup/6880 On this website, you will have to upload a 2-minute video. In this video, you must describe yourself, your ambitions and goals, and why you should be a part of the team. *Please note that this video is a mandatory part of the application process.

 

Deadline

31 October 2020.

 

Please note that applications will be reviewed continuously and interviews will be planned as soon as a suitable candidate is identified.


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Novo Nordisk A/S
Hallas Alle 1
4400 Kalundborg
Telefon
30793242
Kontakt
 
Telefon
30777343
Adresse
4400 Kalundborg
Danmark
Oprettet:
31-08-2020
Udløber:
26-10-2020
Kviknummer:
LJA-80983162
Jobtype:
Fuldtid
Arbejdsområde:
Maskin- og produktionsteknik