Lilly Engineer - Injection Molding in Indianapolis, Indiana
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The purpose of this role is to provide injection molding support to the device manufacturing operations and to interface with all functional groups inside and outside of Lilly Indy Device Manufacturing.
Key Objectives/ Deliverables:
Product & Production Support:
Manage joint process team injection mold tooling and molding ancillary equipment projects.
Provide technical injection molding assistance for validation and troubleshooting activities with guidance from senior level injection molding engineers.
Assure applicable regulatory and Lilly quality system requirements are met.
Provide technical inputs for plastic components and assemblies to enhance mold, equipment, and/or part performance for pre-filled and reusable devices with guidance from senior level injection molding engineers.
Work with internal & external partners to develop potential product and process improvements.
Troubleshoot and determine the root cause of device failures associated with injection molding and/or tooling.
Identify strategic areas for continued future improvements.
Oversee activities associated with periodic mold reviews at Contract Manufacturers. Analyze results and approve documents.
Support the implementation of Statistical Process Control for molded components.
Quality System Compliance:
- Ensure quality system and regulatory compliance.
Supplier Relationship & Management:
Develop successful business relationships and integrate external project team.
Provide assistance and oversight for injection molding, tooling, & ancillary equipment. Serve as a design and quality consultant to internal and external suppliers.
Compliance & Documentation:
Ensure that the work activities are conducted in accordance with applicable medical device regulations.
Follow good quality system practices and ensure documentation is developed that supports decisions and changes.
Review and approve validation plans, protocols, and individual mold validation summary reports to support project schedules.
Teamwork / Leadership / Communication:
Maintain frequent contact with the customers and suppliers and provide regular project updates.
Keep customers informed and satisfied with changes through networking and communication.
- Bachelor's Degree in STEM (engineering preferred) or equivalent experience in injection molding (minimum 5 years of equivalent experience)
Understanding of medical device and/or pharmaceutical validation and other related Regulatory requirements
Demonstrated high degree of ownership / accountability.
Ability to work across boundaries (with equipment suppliers, Lilly Mfg sites, parts suppliers, development team, etc).
Excellent written and oral communication skills including technical writing.
Proven ability to organize and prioritize multiple tasks.
Strong attention to detail.
Ability to work independently as well as in a team environment.
10-25% Travel to Contract Manufacturers and/or Tool Builders.
Job has the potential to provide a Short-Term Assignment (6 months - 1 year) with an external partner for a candidate interested in hands-on learning.
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