About Novo Nordisk:
Novo Nordisk is a Danish multinational pharmaceutical company headquartered in Bagsværd, Denmark, with production facilities in seven countries, and affiliates or offices in 75 countries.
Novo Nordisk manufactures and markets pharmaceutical products and services. Key products include diabetes care medications and devices. Novo Nordisk is also involved with hemostasis management, growth hormone therapy andhormone replacement therapy. The company makes several drugs under various brand names, including Levemir, NovoLog, Novolin R, NovoSeven, NovoEight and Victoza.
You get the opportunity to join an international, high performing team with a variety of backgrounds (project management, communication, marketing, medicine and international business). The company uses differences to create novel ideas and high-quality solutions in Strategic Operations, developing strategy and processes for Medical Affairs and driving engagement planning and medical education for Key Opinion Leaders & Health Care Professionals. Moreover, Novo Nordisk collaborates with key affiliates and stakeholders to ensure continuous improvement of the Medical Affairs function globally and strive for excellence.
About the Internship Program:
As an intern in Global Medical Affairs Strategic Operations you will take part in various projects and day-to-day tasks. You will support the team with the optimisation of business processes. You will have a broad range of responsibilities including updating of management status reports for some of the key brands to ensure effective tracking of medical activities and key performance indicators. You will be involved in the planning and execution of external medical education (meetings, support material) and internal training (eLearning) in which you will interact with vendors and internal stakeholders. Finally, you will be supporting team members on ad-hoc tasks, etc. You will have plenty of opportunities to influence the projects you will be involved in.
Qualification: Students in their first or second year of their master studies.
Period: The internship position is a full-time position for 6 months.
Start date: 1 March 2016
You may also contact Anne-Malin Nicolaisen on +45 3075 0040, for more information