Process Supporter for Production Support

Arbejdssted
Kirke Værløse, Denmark
Oprettet
11. juli 2019
Udløber
12. august 2019
Ref
288454
Would you like to be the person that makes it all happens and gets challenged professionally every day to make sure that quality issues are handled timely to secures a stable delivery of pens to a market that requires fast response and a high flexibility. In our Process support team, we use our quality mindset, productivity knowledge and our problem-solving skills to make sure that everything works as efficient as possible.
If you are the person to help us on our mission, we offer you an opportunity to widen your skills in a position with great development opportunities, and fun challenges in an international environment.

About the department
You will become a part of a team of 7 colleagues, which consists of both Pharmacists, Biotechnologist and Engineers. Together, it is our responsibility to support and continuously improve our assembly and packaging lines to performing better tomorrow than we did yesterday while remaining on a high compliance level. Our workday unfolds in an environment where the pace is high and our contribution to the production of pens is felt on a daily basis. As a team, we have a strong team spirit to help each other and at the same time work across the organisation to create best possible results. The department (Bio FP MA&VA, hGH Packaging) counts for about 90 engaged Operators, Technicians, Engineers and Process supporters.

The position
Your primary task will be to support the production and ensure a stable production with quality consciousness. This include presence in production, systematic problem solving, deviation handling and a responsibility to ensure ongoing update of instructions and procedures so they fulfil current GMP requirements and follow manufacturing procedures. Further you will contribute in the success of implementing some of the future products in Biopharm, Novo Nordisk.
When sudden challenges arise in our production, it will be your responsibility to ensure that action is taken so problems can be solved fast, efficiently and on the right quality level.

Another important aspect of the job will be to secure optimised performance of our production lines by having an unerring eye for improvement initiatives, optimisation possibilities and LEAN activities within quality and productivity and you are able to succeed with these independently and with input from other professions. You will be handling many concurrent tasks and it is therefore important that you are good at prioritising what's most important meanwhile maintaining focus on quality. The job is a temporary employment for 24 months.

Qualifications
To qualify for the position, you must have a relevant education e.g. in Pharmacology, Biotechnology or Engineering. You may just have finished your studies, or you may have a wide range of experience in your field, your tasks will be planned according to your level of experience. If you have just finished your studies, you have had a summer/student job, an internship or the like, where you have had the chance to learn something about yourself in a work environment. No matter which background you have, it is essential that you have solid experience with GMP. If you have knowledge of LEAN and a curious nature that enables you to understand our processes, it's an absolute advantage.

As a person you are a bit of a problem solver, and you thrive in a dynamic environment where there are always more problems to solve, and tasks to dive into. Flexibility and willingness to adapt to the needs of the business is a prerequisite. You work independently, and you are able to make fast decisions not compromising quality or innovative thinking. It is required that you are outgoing and have good interpersonal and communication skills as you will be working with several stakeholders and professions. Fluency in spoken and written Danish is mandatory and in English a big plus.

Working at Novo Nordisk
More than just making a living. We are proud to be helping people around the world live with chronical diseases and we work actively to ensure the well-being of each other. You will be met with trust and interesting challenges and because we know that results are best made together, your knowledge and personal skills will be valued.

Contact
For further information, please contact Mette Lukasiewicz on phone at +45 30 79 27 28.

Deadline
12 August 2019.

Millions rely on us
To work for Novo Nordisk you will need the skills, dedication and ambition to change lives for the better for millions of patients living with diabetes and other chronical diseases. In exchange, we offer the chance to be part of a truly global workplace, where passion and engagement are met with opportunities for professional and personal development.

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