Lilly Process Technician - Filling in Durham, North Carolina
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During the project phase, the Filling Technician will support commissioning/qualification activities required to bring filling lines, utilizing isolator technology, into service as well as supporting site operational readiness activities. This role includes the opportunity to become a subject matter expert for the filling equipment/process with the potential for development into a Line Lead or other leadership role. This position will require domestic travel with the opportunity for international travel based on program need.
After project phase completion, this role will be responsible for the safe operation of highly automated equipment used to fill syringes. The Filling Technician is expected to model current Good Manufacturing Practices and ensure compliance with all safety standards. They will support the Line Lead in development of operators and identification of opportunities for operational improvement.
High School Diploma or equivalent.
Minimum 1-year relevant experience, (education may be substituted for experience with manager discretion).
Provide commissioning, qualification, and operational readiness support during project phase.
Adhere to RTP Plant safety policies and procedures, contribute to a safe work environment.
Adhere to standard operating procedures and current Good Manufacturing Practices to ensure quality of product.
Support leadership on manufacturing floor by ensuring high level of safety, quality, and productivity to maintain reliable supply of products to patients.
Proactively monitor documentation and product quality, properly documenting all activities and reporting issues to supervision.
Key support for leadership during troubleshooting, functions as reliable point of contact for issue escalation on the shop floor.
Assist Supervisor in development and training of shift operators.
Drives key departmental objectives including improving safety performance, reducing deviations, improving productivity, and training compliance.
Demonstrated ability to train and coach others.
Ability to effectively communicate (written and verbal).
Flexibility and problem-solving skills.
Basic computer skills (desktop software) are required.
3+ years relevant experience in pharmaceutical, or equivalent regulated industry.
Scientific/technical degrees or certifications.
Knowledge of current Good Manufacturing Practices (CGMPs).
Previous experience utilizing solution filling equipment and/or isolator technology.
Previous experience with pre-filled syringe (PFS) technology.
Previous experience with Manufacturing Execution Systems and electronic batch release.
Knowledge of lean manufacturing principles.
The position is for the Lilly Research Triangle Park site and during the project phase will allow for a flexible working environment will the ability to periodically work remotely based on the project phase and site activities.
Position may require a short duration assignment of 1-2 months in Indianapolis to establish specific device knowledge, establish global contacts, and provide production support. Additionally, this position may require short (less than 1 month) international travel to support Factory Acceptance Testing of equipment.
Ability to wear safety equipment (safety glasses, safety shoes, protective gloves etc.).
Ability to work 12-hour shifts on days (2-2-3 schedule).
Ability to work overtime as required.
Ability to travel during Project Phase and < 5% after startup.
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