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Lilly IDAP TS/MS Product Engineer in Indianapolis, Indiana

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Job Title: IDAP Product Steward– TS/MS Device

Organization Overview:

Indianapolis Device Assembly and Packaging (IDAP) is the manufacturing site responsible for device assembly and packaging of products in the parenteral and dry product network. The Product Engineering team serves as the TS/MS function within the engineering organization at the IDAP site. This team is expected to be the experts in regulatory, internal, and other requirements for device assembly operations, while ensuring that there is consistency in approach / processes across the site. The team also serves as primary liaisons between IDAP and upstream suppliers.


The TS/MS Product Engineer is a technical position that supports, develops and implements a technical agenda, and is responsible for providing technical leadership for device assembly TS/MS activities within IDAP. Primary objectives include reliable and compliant manufacturing of products in IDAP, improvement of the process control strategy and validation strategy, and supporting day to day operations of device assembly processes. Lastly, this role is expected to serve as a mentor to other employees within the IDAP TS/MS team.

  • Own the technical agenda for platform products in area of responsibility

  • Support Process Team as TS/MS representative

  • Provide technical support to non-routine (e.g., deviation, complaint) investigations, including consultation on quality and stability issues.

  • Prepare, Review and Approve, as required, relevant technical documents, such as: Change Controls, Regulatory Submissions, Deviations, Validations, Procedures, PFDs, etc.

  • Lead technical projects to improve process control and/or productivity.

  • Drive technical consistency across device assembly process teams

  • Serve as technical interface with upstream groups

  • Serve as a technical mentor for Scientists, Managers, and other disciplines.

Basic Requirements:

  • Bachelor's in STEM field plus 5 years of experience OR Master's plus 3 years experience

Additional Skills/Preferences:

  • Demonstrated successful leadership of cross-functional teams

  • Strong interpersonal and teamwork skills

  • Strong self-management and organizational skills

  • Oral and written communication skills that demonstrate an ability to effectively (clearly, succinctly) communicate with all levels of the organization

  • Experience in Operations, Engineering, TS/MS

  • Project Management Certification

  • Root Cause Investigation Experience

Additional Information:

  • Some travel (domestic and international) may be required.

  • Position is located at the Lilly Technology Center – South campus

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