R&D - Global Development Graduate Programme

This specific programme is a stimulating opportunity for future Global Development specialists to join a successful and ambitious international company. It’s a great springboard for launching a life-changing career, offering you a unique chance to use your recently-acquired master's degree to make a difference to patients and kick-off your career with the world leader in diabetes care. If this sounds appealing you are at the right place. Read on, meet current graduates at the blog.

The Global Development Programme will be hiring again in 2016. Apply here at this site from November 2015 until February 2016. Starting working from 1 September 2016.

Please note that for some candidates applying for the Product Supply Programme could be relevant on one of the many other programmes like the R&D Regulatory Affairs Programme.

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In Global Development we are responsible for developing new products from the early clinical phases through to market authorisation and we offer graduate positions in different skill areas.

In 2014 we will hire graduates within Biostatistics, Health Economics and Trial Management. To join the Global Development graduate programme you must hold a master's degree in a relevant subject within natural science, such as pharmacy, biology, biotechnology, statistics, health economy, public health or similar.

Meet R&D Director Tina Christensen

Structure of the programme

The Global Development graduate programme is a 2-year journey consisting of three 8-month rotations through different parts of the Global Development organisation whilst anchored in a specific skill area as described above.

About Global Development

Launch your career
Novo Nordisk is the world leader in diabetes care. We believe the best way to achieve our goal is to invest in our employees and provide them with the best possible opportunities for personal and professional development. The aim of the graduate programme is to develop people through extensive exposure to varied tasks within their specific skill area with a strong focus on communication, collaboration and analytical skills.

Programme details

Development opportunities
You will obtain a broad knowledge of the process of developing new products, from the earliest phases to market penetration. You will be a part of an international environment and gain an overview of all activities required to get new drugs through clinical development.

The 3 job types

In 2014 we offer seven graduate positions in total in three key areas – Biostatistics, Health Economics and Trial Management:

  • Biostatistics are responsible for analysing our clinical trial data and communicate the results based on applying statistical methods and a deep understanding of the data.
  • Health Economics generate evidence through state-of-the-art health economic science that can help obtain market access at launch and thereby to ensuring that the value of our medicines resonates with both payers and patients.
    Watch the video: Meet Martin Strandberg Larsen
  • Trial Management are accountable for successful operational execution of a clinical trial from initiation to finalisation through close collaboration with our affiliates.
    Watch the video: Meet Zikia Siddique

Meet former graduate Katrine Eduardsen

Learning journey

Each of the three 8-month rotations will be individually tailored to fit both your skills and development opportunities and at the same time to meet our business needs and focus areas.

Who you are

To join the Global Development graduate programme you must hold a master's degree in a relevant subject within natural science, such as pharmacy, biology, biotechnology, statistics, health economy, public health or similar.

Questions?

Check the blog or feel free to ask a question about the Regulatory Affairs programme

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