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Mechanical Engineer for development of future Injection Devices

  • Medical Device Development
  • Denmark - Hillerød

Do you have a talent for product development and mechanical design? Would you like to create innovative injection devices and use your talent to help people with chronic diseases live a better life? If so, we might have the position you are looking for!

Device Research & Development has a long and outstanding track-record of developing the best, most innovative and widely used injection devices in the world. In the development of medical devices, we ensure that user insight and innovation go hand in hand with a strong quality mind-set. We are organised in a project centric organisation and have a large competency centre of experts, providing state of the art knowledge across projects.

About the department
Device Research is an area within R&D responsible for creating and maturing ideas into new device concepts for treatment of chronic diseases within all business areas of Novo Nordisk. We have nurtured a dynamic environment where ambitious teams and creative individuals strive to perfect our medical devices. We are constantly improving by challenging each other and testing new ideas to fuel our success.

You will join a small project team of highly skilled engineers responsible for bringing new ideas into the device pipeline. We are located at a state of the art R&D facility.

The position
You will become part of a newly established department with the objective of ensuring fast maturation of new ideas, to enable selection of the most promising for further development.

You will be engaged with multiple projects and work with a variety of tasks, such as problem definition and analysis, idea generation, mechanical concept development, CAD design, robustness analysis and rapid prototyping.

You will be given a number of different responsibilities and work with both internal and external stakeholders. The job will enhance your professional and personal development, providing you with an opportunity to further develop your mechanical engineering skills.

You hold an academic degree within mechanical development. You may have experience from working with mechanical design of plastic components and mechanism design, preferably within medical device development. You master CREO and you are skilled within mechanical disciplines like tolerance stack-ups, material selection as well as kinematic and structural analysis. You have the ability to analyse and understand complex problems, structures and systems. Proficiency in oral and written English is essential.

You are expected to have strong analytical skills, a creative mind-set and a high personal drive. This role requires good communication and interpersonal skills as you will be working in a team with colleagues and external partners of different educational background and nationality. This also requires that you are proficient in English.

You are a team player by nature with the ability to work independently with a result-oriented ‘can-do’ attitude. You thrive in a dynamic environment and have a constructive attitude to challenges occurring during your daily work. You must be prepared to invest significant personal effort in your work and be able to come up with solutions in a complex environment where design, manufacturing, marketing and drug research sets requirements for the tasks.

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Working at Novo Nordisk
At Novo Nordisk we use our skills, dedication and ambition to help people with chronic diseases, and change their lives. You will get the opportunity to take part in this, and in addition enhance your career, benefiting from the possibilities for professional and personal development provided by Novo Nordisk.

For further information, please contact Jacob Møllebro at +45 3079 4576 (after 30 July).

15 August 2017.

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