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System Support Specialist for R&D - Global Development Søborg Denmark,  

Posted on : 26 February 2017

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Requisition ID 44729BR Title System Support Specialist for R&D - Global Development Job Category IT Job Description Do you have extensive experience with handling clinical IT systems and do you wish to work in a highly professional, engaged global environment? Do you want to exert your influence by leading projects related to IT and process improvements? Then you may be our new System Specialist in Electronic Data Capture (EDC) Support, Clinical Operations and Global Development. In Global Development, we are responsible for managing clinical drug development worldwide from early development phases to product introduction. We ensure medical and scientific documentation for clinical submissions and authorities while ensuring that the process lives up to uniform global standards, regulations and business ethics.About the departmentWe are ten dedicated employees in the department, who are responsible for supporting clinical IT systems. The department is a part of Clinical Systems Management which manages the clinical systems used for collecting and processing data in our clinical trials. We are responsible for providing functional support to users, development of business processes and IT systems, and cooperating with external suppliers. We work closely with different professionals in the organisation, both within Denmark and in our affiliates worldwide. In addition to supporting our existing systems, we provide input to the processes surrounding the IT solutions, new IT solutions and participate in and project-manage IT projects across the clinical development organisation.The position As a System Specialist you will be involved in many of the department s responsibilities across the electronic Clinical Outcome Assessment (eCOA) and Electronic Data Capture (EDC) systems and suppliers. You will be acting as line of business Project Manager and/or Subject Matter Expert for enhancements and improvements of our clinical IT systems and processes. You will be driving and implementing new initiatives internally and together with our suppliers. Communication and training of stakeholders and ensuring adherence to standards will also be an important responsibility. You will work closely with global trial teams in other parts of the organisation to ensure that their requirements are satisfied and their timelines are kept. You will be responsible for communication with our suppliers, ERT and Oracle, regarding issues, with the main goal of ensuring fast and high quality support to the global trial teams. We expect that you will become a role model in stakeholder management and communication and offer a global platform for best practices sharing across the organisation. You will work in a global environment and have close collaboration with primary stakeholders such as our Global Service Centre in Bangalore, Data Management, Standard Developers and Clinical Projects.QualificationsYou have a B.Sc. or M.Sc. within IT, Natural Sciences or other relevant degree as well as substantial practical experience from a related position within the pharmaceutical industry. You thrive on doing support and you have an eye for solutions and improvements. Your project management skills are excellent and you remain high spirited when things are moving fast. We expect you to be able to maintain an overview of several tasks in parallel without compromising the quality of your work. You build sound relations across the organisation and have the power to influence. You are a driver, show initiative, work independently, and take responsibility for delivering high-quality results on time. In addition, you are fluent in English, both written as well as spoken. You are motivated by working in a challenging international environment and must be willing to travel to our Regional Offices, suppliers and otherwise facilitate global collaboration. Expected travel activities are 10 days a year.Working at Novo NordiskResearch & Development is vital to Novo Nordisk. Your ambition and passion is therefore essential to achieve our goal of creating better lives for people living with chronic diseases. That s why the work here is rewarding to us and for you. At Novo Nordisk, your skills, dedication and ambition will help us to change lives for the better. In exchange we offer you an opportunity to work with extraordinarily talented individuals and benefit from a range of possibilities for professional and personal development.ContactFor further information, please contact Manager Lone Hoedt Hansen at +45 3075 8855. Deadline10 March 2017. State/Provinces Denmark Position Location Denmark - S


Denmark Søborg

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