Coordinator for Clinical Trial supplies

Category:  Clinical Development and Medical

Måløv, Capital Region of Denmark, DK


Do you have a desire to take on the responsibility for setting up an IT system that is essential for the logistics of our clinical trials? Are you eager to learn about Clinical Research? If Yes, then we have the perfect opportunity for you! We are right now looking for a talented individual to join our team in Clinical Supplies. 

You will be a part of Novo Nordisk’s R&D family, CMC Development where we make a real difference for patients with chronic diseases across the world. We develop, manufacture, and distribute drug candidates for all Novo Nordisk non-clinical and clinical trials.

The position
The position is in Supply Chain Setup, a team of 14 dedicated professionals responsible for supply strategies and setting up our supply management system. This includes early phase design of the supply chain for clinical trials, forecasting trial product demand and preparing strategies for packaging and distribution.

In most of our clinical trials we use an IT-system called Interactive Web Response System (IWRS). Going forward we will work with  the IT system Radomized Trial Supply Management (RTSM) to handle allocation of treatments to patients, manage shipments to hospitals around the world and ensure that we get the right data from our trials. The RTSM is set-up for each trial, and right now we operate IWRS for around 50 trials.


As our new TClinical Trial coordinator, you will be responsible for setting up the IWRS according to the clinical protocol in coordination with a range of stakeholder to ensure that it delivers what is needed. You will also be part of a journey we embarked on recently to implement a new IWRS system that will introduce new technology and possibilities to manage clinical trials even better. 



You plan and approach tasks in a structured way and seek simple solutions and see continuous improvement as a natural part of processes.

•    It is a must that you hold a bachelor’s or Master’s degree within Supply Chain Management, Engineering or similar
•    You have a couple of years relevant experience within Supply Chain Management, Clinical Supplies or IT 
•    Experience from the pharmaceutical industry is an advantage
•    Experience with QMS, writing deviations/non-conformities and project management is an advantage
•    You communicate effectively and fluently in Danish and English. 

In addition, you are a team player and find motivation when reaching common goals.

About the department
Clinical Supplies Trial Set-up is a part of Clinical Supplies in CMC Development. We are responsible for the planning, production, packaging, labelling and distribution of products for Novo Nordisk clinical trials worldwide. The department consist of three teams, preparing clinical trials for execution by forecasting product demand, simulating trial supply execution, setting up randomization and trial supply management system, preparing labels and directions for use.

Working at Novo Nordisk
At Novo Nordisk, your skills, dedication, and ambition help us change lives for the better. In exchange, we offer you an opportunity to work with extraordinary talent and benefit from a range of possibilities for professional and personal development.


For further information, please contact Søren Bjørnskov, +45 3075 7083.

24th of October 2021. 
Application will be reviewed after the deadline has been reached. 


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.