Lilly Team Leader - Process Technology Development in Indianapolis, Indiana
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Position Brand Description:
The IDM Engineering-CTC Team Leader role is accountable for assisting in managing the IDM Commercialization Technology Center (CTC), assembly technology portfolio, design for manufacturability engagement with DDCS, and process de-risking planning and execution. Also, for identification, development and ongoing technical governance business processes and HSE programs.
Ensure safe execution of lab and CTC in compliance with Lilly policies such as LOTO, safe work permits, and equipment design standards.
Regularly audit areas for compliance and housekeeping.
Drive integration of safe behaviors into lab and CTC pilot areas through frequent observations and interactions.
Ensure HSE focus during equipment and process design and maintenance
Commercialization Technology Center (CTC)
Plan and manage utilization of CTC and lab area.
Develop and implement staffing plans with both Lilly and contract resources.
Build technical network with DDCS, EDG, ETC, and device network manufacturing sites.
Work closely with IDM Engineering to develop and execute engineering, de-risking, proof of concept studies.
Build and standardize process development processes, capabilities, and tools in partnership with DDCDS, IDM and OEMs.
Support identification of key risks for new processes.
Develop and utilize quality by design approaches in process development.
Champion statistical thinking in experimental design and use of engineering first principles in process/equipment design.
Identify standards and best practices for process engineering studies.
Ensure appropriate level of quality in technical report documentation.
Provide design for manufacturability input and resources.
Identify key technologies and opportunities for commercialization platforms
Develop technology portfolio, roadmap, and metrics in support of the IDM Commercialization agenda.
Provide regular updates on portfolio progress
Troubleshoot new applications of technology in support of capital project execution.
Support the design of equipment for the commercialization agenda.
Technology and Technical Capability Development
Benchmark, develop, share, and implement new technology for device assembly in order to optimize value and reliability
Support development and delivery of technology to the device network
Profile and prioritize new technologies against current and future applications.
Identify business case for new or alternate technologies
Support the development of technical capabilities and/or centers of excellence (COE’s)
Identify and onboard new/campus engineering talent
Develop/source technical training for new technologies
Build and support development plans for key players.
Assist in mitigation of technical capability gaps across IDM
B.S. in STEM Discipline
Minimum 2 years engineering experience, preferable front line process engineering support
Excellent communication skills
Demonstrated problem solving skills
Strong attention to detail
Capable of utilizing various project management tools (ex. Project Primavera, etc).
Strong technical documentation and statistical data analysis skills.
Discreet manufacturing process and/or technology experience
*Role may require travel 5-10% of time
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At Lilly we strive to ensure our employees are part of a team that cares about them and our shared purpose of making life better for those around the world. How do we do this? We continue to look for ways to include, innovate, accelerate and deliver while maintaining integrity, excellence and respect for people. We hope that you seek to join us on our journey as we create medicine and deliver improved outcomes for patients across the globe!