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The position
Your main task will be to improve and maintain mechanistic models of key production processes and support decision-making in improvement/optimization projects. As well as collaboration with specialists, production support, and other stakeholders to combine your modelling skills with their process understanding. More than just a job, this is an opportunity for you to apply your academic knowledge and develop your skills in real-world settings, working for a global company.

We appreciate creativity, innovation, and diversity in our team, as we strive to make a real impact on the industry. We expect that you can work around 16h/week, preferably distributed as 2 whole days. We share a passion for changing patients’ lives, and we are always looking for talented individuals who want to join us in this effort. We provide exciting learning opportunities for students who bring new ways of thinking to our company.

You are currently pursuing a Master’s with at least one-to-two semesters left before your MSc thesis within the field of Chemical, Process Engineering, or similar at a Danish university.

  • Hands-on experience with mechanistic modelling. We will provide training in the specific software we are using.
  • Enjoy solving complex problems applying a systems approach to manage complexity and arriving at a feasible applicable solution

Experience with PRO/II, Dynsim, OSIsoft PI, Phyton, or SQL, will be an advantage. At Novo Nordisk, we use our skills, dedication, and ambition to help people with diabetes and change their lives. By working with us you will have the opportunity to do the same in a global business environment.

About the department
Join us in the "PP BIO" team, a dynamic and diverse group of 9 full-time employees and 6 students. We aim to be a melting pot for new ideas, by mixing employees with different educations, levels of experience, and cultural backgrounds. You will work in close collaboration with various support functions and factories, all with a shared aim of developing and refining production processes for Active Pharmaceutical Ingrediencies in diabetes care and obesity products. If you enjoy tackling complex problems and applying a systems approach to arrive at feasible solutions, we encourage you to apply for this exciting opportunity today!

For any further information regarding the position please contact Associate Manager Kasper J. G. Ottesen directly at +45 30 79 32 47.

5 June 2023. Kindly note that applications will be reviewed continuously, and interviews conducted on a rolling basis. Please refrain from adding a photo to your CV to ensure fair and efficient processing. We commit to an inclusive recruitment process and equality of opportunity for all our job applicants. 

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