- Student & Internship
- Denmark - Hillerød
At Novo Nordisk, your skills, dedication and ambition help us change lives for the better. In exchange, we offer you an opportunity to work with extraordinary talent and benefit from a range of possibilities for professional and personal development.
About the department
Device Research & Development is an area within Global R&D, responsible for the development of medical delivery systems for self-treatment within all business areas of Novo Nordisk A/S. Device Research & Development has a long and outstanding track-record of developing the best, most innovative and widely-used injection systems in the world. You will join an international team of 12 highly skilled engineers and designers and we are located at a state-of-the-art R&D facility in Hillerød, Denmark.
You will get the opportunity to become an integral part of an ambitious project team. The team is responsible for the development of innovative mechanical injection devices, covering every aspect from conceptual design to design for manufacturing and assembly. As a team member, you will get the chance to work with prototyping, mechanism design, structural and theoretical analysis and CAD modelling.
We are looking for an intern who is passionate about innovation and development. You are currently studying towards your degree in engineering, preferably within mechanical engineering. Knowledge of mechanism design, structural analysis and CREO is an advantage. We expect candidates to be service-minded, thrive in a fast-moving development environment and bring a can-do attitude. We are looking for a team player with sound personal judgement and excellent interpersonal skills. Proficiency in oral and written English is essential.
You are a self-motivated person with a desire to take ownership and initiative in every aspect of your work. You are curious and inventive. In addition, you thrive in a busy environment and bring a constructive attitude – even under pressure. Finally, you must have strong work ethic and willingness to take responsibility for your own learning.
Requirement: Students either in their first or second year of their master studies or bachelor students facing a mandatory internship.
Period: The internship position is a full-time position for approx. 6 months.
Start date: January 2016.
At Device Research & Development we use our skills, dedication and ambition to help people manage their diabetes. As intern you will get the opportunity to be part of an innovative R&D environment where you will have the opportunity to practice your learned skills in real a project setting.
For further information, please contact Lars Bom on +45 3075 1324.
5 November 2015.