Project Manager for Analytical Development projects – Novo Nordisk – Bagsværd

The position We are currently looking for a skilled project manager to be part of the journey we are on towards Real Time Release Testing (RTRT). You will contribute with project planning, coordination, and execution. It is still a small team, so in the beginning, you are expected to contribute scientifically to projects as well. Depending on your experiences, this could be e.g., GMP rules/regulations, Equipment and IT qualification, method validation, etc. Your focus is towards the long-term goal of a future QC with real time release of diabetes products using fast analytical techniques. Therefore, part of the job will also be to contribute to formulating a strategy for how to achieve this goal. You will work in close collaboration with the team as well as other colleagues from the department. Moreover, searching for inspiration and new ideas, networking, and collaboration with other departments in Novo Nordisk and external parties will be part of the activities. Expect a few yearly traveling days. Qualifications To be successful in the role we expect you to have: An academic degree (M.Sc., or PhD). 2-5 years of experience coordinating QC/QA projects or similar activities Experience with project management in development projects Good understanding of analytical technology and method development Knowledge about laboratories or QC. Any proficiency in LEAN is considered a plus. As a person you are: A team player with a positive mindset and great energy Excellent at communication and stakeholder management Structured and result-oriented, and able to motivate the people around you About the department The Analytical Competence Centre is a department in Injectable Finished Products (IFP) Manufacturing Development and consists of plus 50 employees organised in 3 teams. We have a central support function in relation to chemical analysis of Novo Nordisk IFP within new products, as well as our marketed products. The department is responsible for validation of analytical methods before clinical phase 3 and for the following transfer of the analytical methods to our QC laboratories across the world. We also support our colleagues globally with analytical knowledge and scientific help as well as drive optimisation of the analytical methods. Furthermore, the department has recently started on a journey involving scouting, testing, and implementing fast analytical techniques that can reduce the lead time for analysis, with the ambitious long-term goal of real time release testing (RTRT) of IFP. It is within this third area that we have an open position.

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