Denmark - Søborg
Join Novo Nordisks Pharmaceutical Medicine Programme! We are seeking five MDs with a desire to explore career opportunities at Novo Nordisk.
About the department
Are you a medical doctor looking for a challenging career path in a pharmaceutical company? Would you like to be part of highly qualified and ambitious teams in a global setting? Then this is your unique opportunity to apply for a position with three job rotations where you can use your medical and scientific knowledge in an inspiring way to create better treatments and care for our patients.
Novo Nordisk is seeking ambitious medical doctors, who are interested in getting an insight into the pharmaceutical industry and have the ambition to impact lives of millions of people with diabetes and other therapy areas covered by Novo Nordisk. Our Pharmaceutical Medicine Programme is a permanent position in Novo Nordisk where the first two years are fixed in a rotation between three core elements. This position offers you the opportunity to build a life changing career with ample possibilities for personal and professional development, as well as a chance to work alongside the best in the field.
The Pharmaceutical Medicine Programme offers you employment on regular permanent terms, starting with a two year learning journey, where you will work with three core elements of pharmaceutical industry drug development, drug safety and medical affairs and thus be introduced to a variety of different assignments requiring medical and scientific expertise. We offer an inspiring and ambitious working environment with a mutually rewarding commitment, alongside the flexibility that allows you to shape your own working day. All rotations will take place at our corporate headquarter in Denmark, however some travelling is expected. After successful completion of the two-year programme you will be offered a regular medical position in the Novo Nordisk headquarter in Copenhagen, Denmark.
If you want to give a fresh start to your career and develop unexplored skills, this programme could be the right answer. You will face daily challenges guided and supported by experienced and talented colleagues in an inspiring and respectful setting. Cristina Parrino (Italy), 1st rotation, Global Development.
In order to qualify for the position you must hold a university degree as a Medical Doctor. You should not have previous experience within pharmaceutical industry. You must have passed post-graduate internship, have two-five years of clinical experience and preferably documented research. You must have practical and analytical skills and be capable of working in a culture of respect, teamwork and personal responsibility. It is expected that you contribute with your own ideas as well as build upon the ideas of others. Moreover, you should be willing to move to Denmark and work in an international arena. We expect that you are fluent in written and spoken English and have a high proficiency in IT knowledge.
Meet both former and current MDs and read more about the programme at novonordisk.com/PMP
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Working at Novo Nordisk
Working at a successful global pharmaceutical company which is also the world leader in diabetes care, you will have the opportunity to make a significant difference to patients and society while also delivering exciting results from a business perspective.
Joining Novo Nordisk should appeal to you not just because we respect and value our employees, but also because of what we do to change the lives of millions of people around the world. To work here you need to be highly ambitious, yet have a team player mind-set and enjoy working in a global and culturally diverse organisation.
At Novo Nordisk I have the opportunity to work with highly intelligent people who are dedicated to their job. The PMP programme lets me focus on getting a profound understanding of the different parts of the organization and the opportunity to evolve both personally and professionally, but also to use my competencies as a medical doctor to contribute to the varied tasks in every day work.. Sarah Eggert (Denmark), 1st rotation, Global Safety.
For further information, please contact Salvatore Calanna at +45 3079 8296.
28 February 2017.