The position You will support Senior Project Managers in their daily tasks working with various projects across our sites in the US, China, Brazil, France, and Denmark. In this role, you will play a significant role by working with team members on ad-hoc project management tasks and assisting with the development of the department in general, where your input is highly appreciated. In addition, you will be assigned projects that you are personally responsible for. Depending on your educational background, previous work experience, and personal preferences, we will try to find a project to which you feel you can contribute. After the internship, you will be able to look back and clearly say that you have contributed with your personal touch to the department. Practicalities: Internship period: 6 months – with the possibility for an extension of up to a year (enrolment at university within the full period is required) Working hours: 37 hours per week (with flexibility during exam periods) Start date: 14 August . Internships are remunerated if your educational track allows it A Danish full-time work permit is required This is a full-time internship, but we remain flexible, enabling you to combine an internship with project work or writing your bachelor’s or master’s thesis. It is an opportunity for a unique learning experience and a chance to turn theories into practice. Qualifications We are looking for an intern who is passionate about project and portfolio management and has the desire to optimize and convert theory into tangible results. You are currently studying for your Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Business Management, Economics, Engineering, or similar. Sharp analytical skills and knowledge of project and portfolio management Service-minded and keen to work in a structured way with high-quality standards Able to handle several tasks simultaneously and have a strong drive and desire to take personal responsibility and deliver results Thrive in an international environment and easily interact with employees across organizational and international boundaries Experience in Excel, PowerPoint, and other general IT programs. Generally, you consider yourself IT savvy. Knowledge about Tableau, Alteryx, and Microsoft Power Apps is considered a plus. As a person, you are ambitious and have a professional and personal impact that is reflected in your desire to take initiative and improve. In addition, you bring a can-do attitude and a healthy sense of humor to your work – even when the pressure is on. Finally, you should have a strong work ethic and a desire to learn and develop. About the department You will join a high-performing and constantly evolving department in Søborg, Denmark. In Compliance Portfolio Management, we are responsible for managing projects that develop solutions to ensure compliance with regulatory requirements across Novo Nordisk’s finished goods production. As an intern in Compliance Portfolio Management, you will be working in an international team of around 20 Senior Project Managers. The department has a global outlook and works on projects related to technology and processes within e.g., filling, assembly, packaging, and quality of Novo Nordisk A/S products. We focus on linking regulatory compliance with business perspective and we strive to continuously improve our processes. We value professionalism and responsibility and have an open and informal team culture. In the department, we have a strong focus on constantly improving our processes to optimize how we work. This creates a unique opportunity for you as an intern, as you will have plenty of opportunities to bring your own ideas to life. Working at Novo Nordisk We are a proud life-science company, and life is our reason to exist. We’re inspired by life in all its forms and shapes, ups and downs, opportunities, and challenges. For employees at Novo Nordisk, life means many things – from the building blocks of life that form the basis of ground-breaking scientific research, to our rich personal lives that motivate and energise us to perform our best at work. Ultimately, life is why we’re all here – to ensure that people can lead a life independent of chronic disease.