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Lundbeck Category Manager in Copenhagen, Denmark

Category Manager

Requistion ID: 5459

Location:

Copenhagen, Danish Capital Region, DK

Category Manager for Professional Services, Transformational Sourcing Department

Are you interested in becoming part of a global Procurement organization that drives supplier value across Lundbeck’s full value chain, from early research to commercialization of our products, all to improve the lives of millions of patients living with brain diseases? If so, this could be the opportunity for you!

Your new role – why is this a great opportunity?

We offer the right candidate an exciting job opportunity to become our new Category Manager for Professional Services in Lundbeck. As Category Manager, you will work across a range of sourcing and contracting activities across our global organization. No two days are the same, yet some of the primary activities within the category include category strategy development and execution, project portfolio management, stakeholder management, and building and issuing RFXs.

Your future team

Corporate Procurement is a global function consisting of +40 ambitious and passionate colleagues located in Copenhagen, Krakow, and Chicago. Together we secure a professional and efficient source-to-pay process across the full Lundbeck value chain. We take outset in our strongly integrated Category Management processes and deliver value through our structured approach to strategy & planning, project execution as well as stakeholder- and supplier management. We ensure spend transparency, compliance, and efficient line of business support through state-of-the-art procurement systems, well-defined procedures, and most importantly strong cross-functional collaboration. We believe in ongoing development of people and teams. With a solid mix of experience, Lundbeck insights, and diverse competencies across the team, we develop each other just as we learn from external innovation and best-practices.

What you bring to the team

Our new Category Manager, Professional Services will join a newly established team of 5. Within this role, you will need to:

  • Proactively take responsibility – in close collaboration with your category team and our line of business.

  • Drive sourcing projects and processes across business units globally and ensure project purpose and deliverables are closely aligned with our business strategy.

  • Since the Professional Services category is global in nature and is important at all levels of our organization, your ability to influence and thrive in a diverse landscape is crucial.

  • Drive strategic decisions by developing the right category strategy for Professional Services, that accommodates the category’s complex nature and stakeholder landscape.

  • Participate in lifecycle management of the relevant contract portfolio and strategic vendor relations, ensuring continued commercial and legal governance and continued value generation.

How your colleagues would describe you

We are looking for the following qualifications in our future Category Manager:

  • A Master’s Degree from a University or Business School relevant to the position.

  • At least 3-5 years of experience with indirect procurement categories.

  • Well-founded project management skills demonstrated through a minimum of 3 years’ experience managing projects in a relevant role.

  • Strong business partnering skills, ability to influence, emphatic mind-set and a solid understanding of cultural differences and how these may impact your work.

  • Comprehensive analytical skills, attention to detail and a structured approach.

  • The ability to manage many projects and tasks simultaneously with a high level of energy to ensure progress and deliverables.

  • English fluency, verbally and written.

Our promise to you

Lundbeck offers an inspiring workplace, passionate colleagues and a culture characterized as collaborative – a must to successfully bring our treatments through research and development all the way to commercialization and the people who need them. We offer a mix of exciting tasks and numerous development opportunities that are balanced with initiatives focused on your well-being.

You can also learn more about us at www.lundbeck.com or by following us on LinkedIn, Instagram (@h_lundbeck) or Twitter (@Lundbeck).

Apply now

Can you see yourself in this role? We want to hear from you. Does this sound like your dream job, but you’re not sure if you meet all the requirements? We still want to hear from you!

Upload your CV and include your motivation for applying. We ask you not to include a photo or personal information that does not relate to your professional experience.

If you have questions or want to hear more, please feel free to contact Linda Frederiksen, Senior Director, R&D & Corporate Services clusters, +45 30 83 40 19. Applications must be received by September 15th 2023.Relevant candidates will be invited for interviews as applications are received.

We need every brain in the game – and that includes all brains and the different perspectives we bring to the table. At Lundbeck, we embrace the uniqueness of each employee, and we are committed to building a workforce that is as diverse as the people we serve. Read more about our commitment at www.lundbeck.com/global/about-us/our-commitment/diversity-and-inclusion .

#EveryBrainInTheGame

This job ad is intended for individuals seeking a career opportunity with Lundbeck. We engage with recruitment and search firms where needed on the basis of a written agreement, and we do not accept unsolicited requests of any kind. If you work as a recruitment consultant, you are kindly instructed to refrain from contacting Lundbeck or the hiring manager directly with suggested candidates. If you violate this policy, you do so at your own risk and for your own account, and Lundbeck will not assume any liability nor pay any associated fees resulting from such violation.

About Lundbeck

Lundbeck is a biopharmaceutical company focused exclusively on neuroscience, with more than 70 years of experience in improving the lives of people with neurological and psychiatric diseases.

As a focused innovator, we strive for our research and development programs to tackle some of the most complex challenges. We develop transformative medicines targeting people for whom there are few, if any, treatment options.

Our goal is to create long-term value and make a positive contribution to people and societies, everywhere we operate. We are committed to fighting stigma and discrimination, and we act to improve health equity for the people we serve and the communities we are part of.

About Lundbeck

Lundbeck is a biopharmaceutical company focused exclusively on neuroscience, with more than 70 years of experience in improving the lives of people with neurological and psychiatric diseases.

As a focused innovator, we strive for our research and development programs to tackle some of the most complex challenges. We develop transformative medicines targeting people for whom there are few, if any, treatment options.

Our goal is to create long-term value and make a positive contribution to people and societies, everywhere we operate. We are committed to fighting stigma and discrimination, and we act to improve health equity for the people we serve and the communities we are part of.

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