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Novo Nordisk A/S

Hillerød, 1 stilling

- Production Support
- Denmark - Hillerød

The number of people with diabetes is increasing dramatically. Therefore, Novo Nordisk has initiated an exciting project to investigate the possibilities to expand the insulin filling capacity in Hillerød. The project will have a high degree of complexity with lots of cross organizational and global cooperation. To succeed with this ambitious project we need people with a pioneer spirit who like to build something completely new, that have high engagement and that thrive in a constant changing environment.

About the department
A filling facility is dependent on the delivery of very high purity water, steam and process air and the Clean Utilities department is responsible for the equipment and processes that deliver these. The department will consist of approximately 20 people divided into two teams once the manning process has been completed: A Clean Utility team (responsible for all Utility processes) and a Metrology team (responsible for all calibrations on site).

In the department we believe that good results are generate by a strong teamwork where we share our ideas and find the best possible solutions together. Your new colleagues will consist of both academics and skilled workers.

The job
You will be a Clean Utility professional and report to the Associate Manager for the Clean Utility team. Together with the rest of the team you will be responsible for the entire implementation of all clean utility process equipment including purchasing, installation, validation, manning, ramp up and regulatory approvals. The team will work closely with the equipment vendor, the engineering partner and the other teams in the project. Once in operation you will secure that the process equipment within your area of responsibility is fully functional and is ready for inspections and audits at all times. To this end, you will ensure that it operates in full compliance with regulatory standards. You will handle the documentation, including preparation of specification requirements for the users, reports on non-conformities and handling of requests for change of equipment or production processes. You will also conduct the yearly evaluations of the equipment.

Qualifications
Optimally you hold a Bachelor or Master’s degree in Mechanical or Marine Engineering and have solid experience from the pharmaceutical industry. Ideally you have experience with Clean Utility or similar process equipment. Newly educated candidates, however, are also welcome to apply. The right candidate will receive adequate and thorough training in relevant areas.

It is crucial that you are able to network, collaborate and work at a high professional level, both internally and externally. We expect you to be able to work both independently and in teams, where your persuasiveness and dedication ensure buy-in from key stakeholders. You enjoy interacting with different people during your workday, and you are good at establishing close relations to different stakeholders. You manage to keep your cool when juggling many tasks and you always deliver in time.

You are a social and positive type of person and you work in a proactive and solution oriented manner. Knowledge sharing comes natural to you and you work systematically and with dedication to create extraordinary results together with your colleagues. You must thrive in an environment where ongoing changes are a part of our business’ development. You have a strong sense of quality and know the importance of complying with the standards and regulations of an aseptic production environment.

At Novo Nordisk, you will join a patient-centred culture of talented professionals. We respect individuality and empower you to make the most of your potential.

Contact
For further information, please contact Henrik Vidstrup at +45 3079 8511.

Deadline
9. November 2015.

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