Data Scientist or Data Engineer

Data Science & AI Posted date 20 November 2020 BagsværdNovo Nordisk

Are you passionate about data and technology, and do you want to take part in enabling the use of data from a large variety of sources and advanced analytical technologies like machine learning and statistics? Are you motivated to join our journey to deliver value and insights from our production data?

Then we welcome you to become part of the cLEAN & Manufacturing Intelligence team in Diabetes Finished Producs (DFP), Bagsværd (temporary position).

About the department
Operational Support & Improvements is a department within Business Support at DFP Bagsværd, where we provide top-quality products for patient with diabetes worldwide. The department is  responsible for support and improvements regarding compliance, training, cLEAN®, manufacturing intelligence and administration divided into three teams.

The cLEAN® & Manufacturing Intelligence team consists of five cLEAN Partners and three Manufacturing Intelligence analysts. The team drives process optimization and continuous improvement across the production and has a leading role in the site’s strategic aspirations towards manufacturing intelligence and to increase utilization of data for increased production stability and efficiency.

The position
As a data scientist or data engineer you will play a key role in defining and implementing manufacturing intelligence initiatives in our production, including identification of data and optimization potentials. You will work on establishing a foundation for the use of data from our production machinery and processes for predictive modelling and data-driven decision making.

In the role you will be collaborating with process experts and IT specialists to understand and develop the potential of data usage for process improvements. An important part of the role will be to establish data foundations in relevant formats and systems together with IT and technical specialists and to identify desired applications of data science together with process experts. You will use advanced analytics to forecast trends and events through predictive modelling and statistics.

Furthermore, you will take part in our journey to increase data availability and improve visual management across the site.

Qualifications
You have a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree within Engineering, IT/Automation, Computer Science or similar. We imagine you have a  good theoretical grounding in basic statistics, probability and machine learning and experience with relevant programming languages and data management systems.

The ideal candidate has a good understanding of manufacturing intelligence, Industry 4.0 and project management and is analytical and logical in their way of thinking. Experience with data visualisation tools like Alteryx/Tableau/Grafana is an advantage but not a requirement. You preferably have experience with PLC/SCADA, SQL and an understanding of manufacturing execution systems such as SAP and PAS-X.

You are a go-getter with a ‘can do’ mind-set and see yourself as a fast learner with a solution and service-oriented mind-set. Great interpersonal skills is a must since the job will include considerable interaction with stakeholders and specialists across the organisation.

Proficiency in English and Danish both verbally and in writing is a prerequisite in this job.

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.

  • Posted date 20 November 2020
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