At Novo Nordisk Research & Development, GD GSC, our trust in our employees has always been one of the cornerstones of the way we work. Working here, you’ll be part of a team of the best and brightest in your field, where scientific integrity is standard and shared responsibility taken for granted. We use our skills, dedication and ambition to make a change in the lives of many people with chronic diseases in our own way. You will get the opportunity to take part in this, and in addition enhance your career, benefiting from the possibilities for professional and personal development provided by Novo Nordisk.
Requisition ID – 46270BR
Title – Clinical Publisher
About the Department:
GD GSC was started in September 2007 and within a short span of eight years since its inception, has transitioned from a small start-up to one of the largest units in GSC and a key contributor to Novo Nordisk clinical development portfolio.
As the organization is growing along with the R&D portfolio, we are looking for new clinical publishing colleagues. Join us and you will work with dedicated specialists from around the world in a growing organisation. We offer unique opportunities for with a significant amount of individual responsibility and an important role in our evermore imperative work of bringing new and better treatments to the market.
We are looking for new colleagues experienced in clinical publishing to take on position as Clinical Publishers. In this position the main tasks include compilation and publishing of Clinical Trial Reports, Investigator’s Brochures and other Submission documents.
We cover all clinical development projects within Novo Nordisk’s different therapy areas, and the focus and daily tasks depend on the type of document and the life cycle stage of the project. Planning and coordination of activities in a cross-disciplinary setting is also a central part of the job, and we expect that you are capable of driving the publishing process and manage the involved stakeholders. The job is globally oriented and requires close collaboration with colleagues in other skill areas both in India and Denmark.
You will have 2-3 years of experience in clinical publishing/regulatory publishing and you will have a university degree within natural sciences or computer science/IT related (M.Sc., M.Sc. Pharm., MSc Computers, IT, Engineering or equivalent) including skills of use of document management systems, Adobe Acrobat Professional and MS tools: Outlook, Excel, Word, and PowerPoint. Preferably you should have good experience in using tools like Liquent insight ePUB, ISI toolbox, eCTD reviewer and Lorenz validator. You should have the ability to communicate, plan and coordinate multiple simultaneous activities.