The 2-year Global
Development graduate programme is a unique opportunity for recently
graduated Master students to join a successful and ambitious
international company. It is the perfect springboard for launching a
career with the world leader in diabetes care as well as a growing
business in other treatment areas like haemophilia and hereby make a
difference to patients.
In Global Development, we lead the clinical activities from when a drug candidate enters clinical testing, through the submission and approval phase, and when it has entered the market. Our responsibility is to provide medical and scientific documentation for the clinical benefit-risk evaluation that is part of submission packages to authorities and which form the basis for guidance on how to use the medicines optimally for the benefit of patients.
As part of the 2-year
programme you will undertake two rotations in our corporate
headquarters in Denmark and in one of our global affiliates. The
programme will give you an understanding of our core business with
an international perspective.
We will be offering graduate positions within the following tracks:
We trust in each individual’s sense of responsibility and commitment to deliver excellent results and we offer a flexible working environment. We have the culture of ingenuity needed to develop the next generation of life-saving therapies. Therefore, you will be part of a highly dedicated team, in which everyone shares the mutual aspiration to further improve the lives of millions of people requiring chronic care.
You will be hired into
one specific track i.e. Trial Management, Data Management, Medical
writing, Epidemiology or Data science. The focus of the 3 rotations
will take its departure in the specific track and be designed around
the business needs as well as taking into consideration your
academic background and interest. During the Global Development
graduate programme, you will receive formal training and gain
knowledge from invaluable international experience leading to both
professional and personal development. All this while still being
part of a department with daily tasks and responsibilities. After
successful completion of the programme, there is a possibility of
continueing in a permanent position within the company.
Meet Katrine Eduardsen:
Malene has a Masters in Mathematics and Computer Science from Aalborg University in Denmark. She has a PhD in Statistics. Today she works as a manager in Novo Nordisk.
For a position as a Global Development Graduate starting in September 2020, the application period will start on 12 November 2019 and end on 8 January 2020.
We are looking for candidates with: