Lilly Manufacturing Science Process Mentor in Indianapolis, Indiana
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The mission of Technical Services/Manufacturing Sciences (TS/MS) is to provide scientific leadership and technical support for manufacturing to make medicine today and tomorrow. The Flow Mentor is a key member in a cross-functional team who serves as technical subject matter expert for a parenteral drug product manufacturing process and provides technical leadership for other technical staff to achieve the reliable and compliant manufacture of parenteral drug product to predetermined global quality standards. supporting the Indianapolis Parenteral Manufacturing site.
Understand the scientific principles required for manufacturingparenteral drug product, including the interaction of the chemistry, sterility assuranceand equipment.
Coach and mentor other scientists in arearelated to the manufacturing process, operational excellence, technical documentation,issue resolution,and process monitoringto assess process variability and capability
Work within cross-functional teams in a positive fashion to implement TS/MS objectives and deliver on business plan and quality objectives.
Provide regular communication with Frontline TS/MS staff and Process Teams.
Interface with the greater scientific community (e.g.Parenteral Network,Commercialization, Research & Development, Bulk API Network) to benchmark practices, network with external partners, and provide technical oversight
Be responsible and influential with respect toimplementation of regulatory guidance, technology advancements, broaderexternal trends and understanding of how changes could impact Eli Lilly
Author, review, or approvetechnicaldocuments, includingpersonnel qualification strategiesfor technical staff, control strategies,investigations, change controls, expert opinions,qualifications, procedures, technical studies, etc.
Interact with regulators, customers, or other outside stakeholders on business issues or in support of internal and external agency audits
Interact with process teams to identify improvement and productivity objectives and drive the technical agenda within area of responsibility. Participate in development and implementation of process improvement, including capital expansions and technical projects.
- Minimum ofBachelor’s required in scientific disciplinesof Biochemistry, Protein Chemistry, Biophysical Chemistry, Bioanalytical Chemistry, Microbiology, Analytical Chemistry, or Engineering
Preferred10yearsexperiencedirectly supportingpharmaceutical manufacturing or quality, with experience inparenteralpharmaceuticalproducts.
Although not a supervisory role, technical leadershipcapabilities, and the ability totrain/coach others.
Ability to influenceand communicate todiverse groupsoncomplex regulatory, business, or technical issues within the site and function
Technical writing and communication skills are used daily and the ability to effectively communicate and transfer knowledge to all levels ofthe organizationis essential.
Responsible for maintaining a safe work environment.Tasks require entering manufacturing areas which require wearing appropriate PPE.
Experience in statistics
Builds relationships with internal and external customers and partners
Proficiency in delivering highly complex tasks and/or tasks that are highly cross-functional
Strong analytical and quantitativeproblem solvingskills
Strategic thinking and ability to balance short term needs with long term business evolution
This position is tech ladder approved (P4-R+).
This position willbe inIndianapolis, but could requiresometravel, less than10%;including international
This position is day shift, Monday-Friday, with off hours support needed,by request.
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