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S-cubed Regulatory Affairs Appoints New Director in Copenhagen
S-cubed welcomes new employees and will close out the end of 2017 with more than 70 staff across its 3 offices, in Denmark and the UK.
We are pleased to welcome the following member of staff to our Copenhagen office as part of the Regulatory Affairs team (http://www.s-
Jakob Sandersen joins the team as Director of Regulatory Affairs. Jakob is a pharmacist by background and has 20 years of Regulatory Affairs experience, working with pharmaceutical, medical device and veterinary products. Jakob will be responsible for heading the Regulatory Affairs team in Copenhagen, focusing on supporting our regulatory clients in Denmark and the Nordic region.
Jakob states, "I am pleased to join S-cubed at this exciting time. I look forward to working closely with the UK Regulatory Affairs team and developing our capabilities in Denmark and the Nordic region."
S-cubed has been providing Regulatory Affairs consultancy services to International clients since 2008 and has offices in the UK and Denmark.
In addition, we have three new members of staff joining Jakob in our Copenhagen Office:
Susanne Thrane joins S-cubed as a QA Manager and Project Manager. She has 9 years of project management for software development projects in a medical device environment working at Widex A/S, a Danish hearing aid company, with the last 4 years in an agile environment. Susanne has a Master's Degree in Electronic Engineering and she has dedicated her career to working with software in a number of large Danish companies, including: OSFitel (then Lycom), KMD, Nordea Liv & Pension, and Widex.
Brian Starke Bie joins the S-cubed Qlik Team, as an experienced Business Intelligence Consultant. Brian has over 3 years of experience as a consultant working with data from a broad range of areas, from mine sweeping and Human Resources to supercomputing and laboratory information management systems.
Allan Horsmann Sørensen joins S-cubed as a Senior Consultant. Allan is an experienced Statistical Programmer and joins us from Lundbeck. He has used SAS to structure and standardize data collected in clinical trials with particular experience of using the CDISC SDTM Standard.
S-cubed continues to recruit for staff in a range of roles and positions. If you would like to know more, please refer to the information on our website for positions in Denmark and the UK: http://www.s-
AJ de Montjoie