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Senior Engineer to drive and coordinate system design of connected medical devices

  • Engineering
  • Hillerød   

Are you an ambitious engineer looking for new opportunities to work in a state-of-the-art R&D department dedicated to developing innovative medical devices that meet patients’ needs? Are you motivated by working closely together with a variety of internal and external stakeholders, and do you have the skills to drive activities forward and bring device projects to launch? Then you could be the perfect match for our Device Development team in Novo Nordisk.  

About the department 
Device R&D, located in Hillerød, is an area within our Global R&D organisation responsible for development, design, functionality and regulatory approval of medical devices. We have a long and outstanding track-record of developing the best, most innovative and widely-used drug delivery devices in the world. The Device Development team is a high performing team, and our aim is to develop innovative devices that add value to patients and Novo Nordisk. The team is an interdisciplinary group of hardware, software and mechanical engineers all aiming to advance the care of people living with chronical diseases. We are busy with bringing new products to the market and therefore, we are looking for new skilled colleagues to join our team.  

The position 
As our new Senior R&D Engineer, your primary responsibility will be to drive and coordinate the development of the system design for our range of connected medical devices. You will play a key role in setting the direction for the development process and certify that it is aligned with medical device requirements while ensuring integration of other design inputs in the process. Your main tasks include ownership of requirement engineering, evaluation of regulatory requirements, safety risk analysis, problem solving, verification and validation. We expect you to demonstrate a high subject matter expertise and be able to solve issues and create improvements in methods, techniques and approaches within system design – all to help identify best practices and drive high quality outcomes.  

You will be working in close collaboration with your team members, and you will be considered a key contributor in driving team performance towards great results by inspiring your colleagues and be a role model with high level of professional passion.  

As a number of our development and production activities are outsourced, you will work in close collaboration with our external partners.  

The position will give you great opportunities for professional development both towards managerial roles or specialist roles depending on your motivation and ambition.   

Qualifications 
You hold a technical or scientific master’s degree or above, and you have more than five years of experience working with the development of highly regulated products. Additionally, you have experience with hardware or software development. Preferably, you also have experience with medical device regulations and industry standards. Work experience with good documentation practice within the medical device industry or related industries with similar regulations is considered an advantage. 

You have flair for planning and coordinating various activities and you can maintain an overview while dealing with details. You have a strong personal drive and you are a team player with a track record of successful collaboration. You are energetic and comfortable with taking initiative and challenge status quo while focusing on solutions and opportunities.  

Proficiency in both oral and written English is essential.  
 
Working at Novo Nordisk 
By being patient-focused, we have achieved a market leading position and we continuously develop our expertise to stay ahead - both as a company and as individuals. Working here means joining a team of highly qualified, ambitious colleagues with a passion to bring better treatments to the people who need them. 

Contact 
For further information, please contact Rasmus Haahr at +45 3079 8955.  

Deadline 
3 November 2019.  

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