Training Supporter

Category:  Manufacturing
Location: 

Gentofte, Capital Region of Denmark, DK

   

Are you able to drive the development and implementation of an effective learning set-up? Do you want to play a key role in ensuring standardised and effective training in a manufacturing area? Are you ready to help us take our e-learning to the next level? Then this is your chance to set your footprint on our digital learning journey.

 

The position

As Training Supporter you will drive learning activities to ensure the most effective onboarding process and compliant training to trainees and employees. Especially our digital educational content is in a transformative process, which gives you the opportunity to develop engaging and interactive learning experiences that improve the current training set-up.

Your tasks & responsibilities will include:

  • Proactively drive and anchor training related improvement projects
  • Design and develop training solutions
  • Drive trainee knowledge sharing
  • Administrative tasks within training e.g., assignment/de-assignment of training, review of changes within training and draw reports
  • Investigating how new technology e.g., how app’s, animation and video can help improve the future training set up

 

Qualifications

To succeed in the position, you have:

  • An academic degree within learning and development, digital learning or similar
  • +2 years of experience with Project Management
  • +2 years of experience within the pharmaceutical industry and Good Manufacturing Practise (GMP)
  • Knowledge about learning technologies, content development and digital savvy as user of it-systems and multimedia software
  • Able to deal with a large amount of content and divide it into smaller parts to create learning journeys
  • Full professional proficiency in Danish & English

Also, you have a talent for building relationships with a variety of stakeholders. Stakeholder management and understanding business needs is key to succeed in this position. You are committed and engaged, and capable of doing both strategic and ‘bread-and-butter’ work in complex environments. You like to work structured, but you can also adapt to the practises you engage with in a flexible way.

 

As a person, you are ambitious with a high level of energy and a positive and pragmatic mindset, creating solutions that make a difference on shop floor. The ability to take the lead and motivate others to reach shared goals are important to you. You are a team player and will focus on developing and sharing best practices – and at the same time know how to drive a process on your own.

 

About the department
Our team is part of the BRD Finished Products Gentofte and Vaarloese area that is the production site situated close to Copenhagen. Here we are app. 620 colleagues who take responsibility for transforming Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients into the finished product that patients can use all over the world. We are producing at full speed on existing lines while building and ramping up new state of the art facilities. Our complex processes require a high level of expertise, commitment, and engagement from our employees and include formulation, filling, freeze-drying, product inspection, assembly and pack. We bring value to patients by delivering high-quality Good Manufacturing Process (GMP) compliant products in a timely and cost-efficient manner. We drive change by working actively with LEAN and always looking for improvements within our processes, but also in the way we work together to make our products reach as many patients as possible.
 

Working at BRD, Novo Nordisk
Biotech & Rare Disease (BRD) is part of Novo Nordisk Product Supply, which is a global production network at the forefront of technology and quality production of pharmaceutical products. In BRD we are not only supplying all Novo Nordisk products for Rare Diseases, but also using our competences in Biotech to support the growing efforts into completely new production platforms and therapy areas for Novo Nordisk. We are app. 2500 colleagues committed to drive change for people with serious chronic diseases. We produce our life-saving medicines out of five state-of-the-art production sites in Denmark and United States - covering the entire production value chain where raw materials are cultivated, purified, formulated, filled, assembled in devices, packed, and distributed across the globe. Not only are we making a difference for patients – we also strive to make a difference for our employees by promoting a learning culture with high level of trust, innovation, and development for everyone. Are you ready for a life-changing career?
 

Contact
If you want to know more about the position, please contact Director Michael Nordahl at +45 30 79 02 00.
 

Deadline
11 December 2022. We will review and conduct interviews on an ongoing basis.

You do not need to attach a cover letter to your application, but please include a few sentences about why you are applying in your resume or CV. To ensure an efficient and fair recruitment process, please refrain from adding a photo in your CV.

 

We commit to an inclusive recruitment process and equality of opportunity for all our job applicants. 

 

At Novo Nordisk we recognize that it is no longer good enough to aspire to be the best company in the world. We need to aspire to be the best company for the world and we know that this is only possible with talented employees with diverse perspectives, backgrounds and cultures. We are therefore committed to creating an inclusive culture that celebrates the diversity of our employees, the patients we serve and communities we operate in. Together, we’re life changing.