Serialisation Data Manager in Devices & Supply Chain Management


Novo Nordisk A/S

Number of openings:
1
Advertisement publish date:
18/05/2017
Application deadline:
11/06/2017
Start date of employment:
As soon as possible

-?Supply Chain and Logistics

-?Denmark - Bagsværd

Would you like to be in charge of Novo Nordisk serialisation data, and play a role that not only has a big impact on our business but also ultimately ensures our license to operate globally? If yes we have the job for you! We are looking for a Serialisation Data Manager to anchor the Global Serialisation Programme (GSP) in the Line of Business. The programme is based in Product Supply, Novo Nordisk, and the purpose is to ultimately ensure our license to operate by developing and implementing a standard serialisation solution for Novo Nordisk.


About the department

You will join 35 dedicated colleagues in the department Supply Chain Integration The department is anchored in Supply Chain Planning, within Novo Nordisk Manufacturing (Product Supply), and its main responsibilities are to integrate, harmonise and improve processes, systems and data within the supply chain areas; Planning, Purchasing, Warehousing, Production Execution and Serialisation. We support all Product Supply production facilities globally and have key stakeholders throughout the whole Supply Chain. We are working in an international and customer oriented way to secure fast and reliable support to our internal and external customers. Your main workplace will be in Bagsværd and you should expect 5-10 days of travel activity to Affiliates and Production Sites.


The position

As Serialisation Data Manager, you will be responsible for the serialisation data model in Novo Nordisk; you will own, maintain and communicate the model, you will understand the interactions of the serialisation data and solution with other systems, and facilitate the understanding with all relevant stakeholders across business areas in Novo Nordisk, and will maintain the overview of the serialisation data and system roles and responsibilities. You will work very closely with the Serialisation Process Manager also part of the department, with the IT organisations, and with Sales affiliates to support them with any serialisation data inquiry, changes, exceptions and errors.

This is a new role, where you can challenge yourself, learn and develop in an environment where the demands are high and where boundaries are always pushed. You will get a chance to collaborate closely with a broad range of stakeholders throughout the whole supply chain such as warehousing, planning, purchasing, manufacturing, IT, regulatory operations and affiliates as serialisation impacts the whole organisation.


Qualifications

You have an academic background with a Master Degree in Supply Chain management, Business Administration, Engineering or equivalent. Professionally, an in depth understanding of IT Systems, Supply Chain and Data Management processes is essential for succeeding in the role. Additionally, the cross functional and global nature of the tasks, require a global mind-set and a high degree of cultural awareness to achieve results in an international operation.

As you will be dealing with a lot of different stakeholders from various cultures, it is essential that you enjoy creating and maintaining relations with all levels of the organisation. Furthermore, you have strong communication and negotiation skills, allowing you to involve in a flexible manner and at the same time push for decisions and commitment when needed. You are also skilled at presenting complex information and decision material in a simple and clear manner. Lastly, you are fluent in written and spoken English.


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.


Contact

For further information, please contact Maud Le Crom at +45 3075 6476.


Deadline

11 June 2017.