VR Developer, Student
Are you looking for an opportunity to build hands-on experience with emerging digital technology? Are you driven by teamwork and a desire to design and develop Virtual Reality and visual solutions in the factory of the future? In Biotech and Rare Disease (BRD) in Gentofte, we are looking for part-time student assistants for our VR dev team. Join us!
Novo Nordisk A/S
We are looking for student assistants to join our development team for a virtual reality project. The team is currently made up of two Unity developers and one 3D artist, led by a senior project manager. We are looking for several student assistants to tackle specific development tasks, so you will also be joined by a few peers. The job requires a minimum commitment of 16 hours (2 days) per week, and we expect candidates to have at least 12 months left in their studies. You will be working with a full-scale Virtual Reality (VR) training simulation, developed in Unity, running on standalone VR headsets. The software is currently developed by external vendors; however, there is an urgent need to port/recreate the entire project in a different platform, using a different SDK and multiplayer back end. This is an opportunity to join the team at the ground level and help shape the project.
You are currently enrolled in a master’s programme in IT, Software Development, Human Computer Interaction (HCI), Innovation Design, Game Design, or similar.
- Solid understanding of game development (preferably in VR), and 3D software development
- Experience with the Unity engine and see yourself as a fast learner with a solution and service-oriented mindset
- Keen to drive solutions from idea to implementation, well-structured and able to plan your work to keep your deadlines
- Natural to work closely together with the end users and understand the value of spending time to understand their needs while having a keen eye for details and can see potential flaws
Fluency in both written and spoken English. User Experience Design, Interaction Design and User Testing skills are also a plus. You have experience with the following areas: Unity development, Programming (C#), Familiarity with user centred design and user testing, Solid problem-solving skills, Understanding of UX, and Interaction Design. Knowledge of Design Thinking, Skills in 3D modelling, CAD, rendering, and asset implementation, Experience with Agile software development methods, or Communication and presentation skills (verbally and in writing) is a plus.
About the department
You will be part of the Biotech and Rare Disease Advanced Analytics department within our Manufacturing Development area. The main responsibilities of the department are supporting and optimizing all parts of the production using automation, data, and lean, from the manufacturing of active pharmaceutical ingredients all the way to finished products. We are currently on a journey towards becoming an even more data-driven and automated organisation. A department is a diverse group of programmers, robotics engineers, data engineers, and project managers, as well as many other student assistants and student interns supporting the manufacturing of BRD products.
For questions, please contact Jes Prause-Knudsen at +45 30793642, Flaviu Vreme at +45 30759768, Rasmus Timmermann Johannsen at +45 34 48 29 10 or Carl-Johan Linell at +45 34 48 31 52.
12 February 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.