Then, read further and apply for our (Senior) Feasibility Data Analyst role in Global Trial Planning (GTP). Join us!
You will collaborate closely with several of the GTP-planners to make sure that they have the best data-set available enabling them to facilitate data-driven discussions in the Country Allocation & Recruitment Strategy (CARS) teams. Together, you will decide how the data should be collected, analysed, and visualised based on each individual CARS team’s needs.
Meanwhile supporting the CARS teams with their individual needs, you will collaborate with the other Data Analysts in the team to ensure & encourage sharing of better practice & consistency as well as look for possibilities for automatisation (could be, but not limited to, Business Intelligence) of recurrent ‘data-report’ requests.
As we are looking to expand the data-sources that we subscribe to, this is an exciting chance to play a key role in designing & testing as we evolve.
To succeed in this role, you have:
It is essential that you can use your good interpersonal and communication skills to achieve results together with your colleagues. We really treasure the positive informal atmosphere in our team and count on you to engage and participate in a positive manner as well.
About The Department
GTP is a centre of expertise within strategic patient forecasting, analysis, and allocation of the feasibility & recruitment strategy. The department name is unique to Novo Nordisk, but in many aspects the responsibilities resemble what is well known in the industry as the feasibility strategists.
You will join a function of 14 employees which is rapidly expanding. Currently, we are in the area of nine Global Trial Planners, and three Data Analysts. We are a relatively diverse group in terms of personal profiles, previous experiences, and educations. One thing we have in common is a background in Life Sciences, and a strong appreciation for how our differences are strengthening our team and its deliverables.
The function GTP is anchored in Clinical Drug Development (CDD) within the Development organisation. In Development, we are responsible for managing clinical drug development worldwide from early development phases to product launch. We provide medical and scientific documentation for clinical submissions and authorities while ensuring that the process lives up to global standards, regulations, and business ethics.
Working at Novo Nordisk
At Novo Nordisk, we don’t wait for change. We drive it. We’re a dynamic company in an even more dynamic industry, and we know that what got us to where we are today is not necessarily what will make us successful in the future. We embrace the spirit of experimentation, striving for excellence without fixating on perfection. We never shy away from opportunities to develop, we seize them. From research and development, through to manufacturing, marketing and sales – we’re all working to move the needle on patient care.
For further information, please contact Maja Bevort +45 3079 7383, Head of Global Trial Planning
18 June 2023.
We will review the applications on an ongoing basis, so we encourage you to apply as soon as possible as the advert may close before indicated deadline.
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