Lilly Engineer - Process in Indianapolis, Indiana
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Position Brand Description:
Engineer - Process is responsible for establishing and maintaining the reliable operation and qualified state of the equipment and business processes in the area that they support. Ensure that equipment is in-control, compliant, and capable of meeting customer needs, while also driving associated continuous improvement effort.
Ensure a safe working environment by following safety rules and helping improve the safety culture.
Actively participate in safety-related activities (audits, JSA’s, hazard reviews, etc.) to drive ongoing safety improvement.
Take overall responsibility for the safe design and safe operation of the equipment within the area.
Provide engineering expertise as active member of area process team.
Obtain technical expertise of equipment and processes in area of responsibility. This includes clear understanding of equipment flow chart/process flow document, critical process parameters, and master formula instructions for the process.
Establish & monitor/trend control systems as tool for verifying and optimizing equipment performance.
Lead troubleshooting efforts to resolve more difficult equipment and operational problems.
The Maintenance Tech/Engineering Tech is the first line of support in troubleshooting and involves the Engineer - Process as needed.
Utilize formal problem solving techniques, including Root Cause Analysis, to resolve equipment issues.
Respond to and implement customer requests related to the equipment.
Communicate effectively with others, especially process team members, customers, engineering tech, and crafts personnel.
Provide oversight to Maintenance Tech/Engineering Tech(s) that support the area.
Evaluate all activities for impact on qualified state of equipment and utilize appropriate tools/processes as necessary (change control, hold, etc.).
Responsible for system/component classification and maintenance strategy for equipment.
Implement corrections, corrective actions, and countermeasures arising from CAPA’s.
Participate in Periodic Reviews for equipment.
Lead or participate in IQ/OQ/PQ activities (including commissioning activities of new equipment or areas).
Develop scope for capital projects targeted at both short and longer term needs.
Act as user representative for capital projects or delivery agent for local projects.
Understand equipment reliability issues with the objective of improvement.
Coordinate with site/corporate asset management personnel to replicate improvements and assure alignment of maintenance and other equipment activities
Identify and drive improvement opportunities (procedural changes, upgrades, projects, etc.) associated with equipment within the area.
Compare equipment performance data with that of other operations to determine areas of opportunity.
Goals/objectives should target world-class levels of operation.
Bachelor Degree in Engineering (or equivalent work experience)
Adequate interpersonal and communications skills to be able to work effectively in a team-based environment.
Strong computer skills in a variety of software packages (Excel, JMP, etc.).
Ability to work in a safe manner to ensure the safety of self and others.
Responsible for maintaining a safe work environment, working safely and accountable for supporting all HSE Corporate and Site Goals.
Previous experience as a process engineer within the Pharmaceutical Industry.
Strong troubleshooting skills.
Ability to apply statistical thinking concepts to the analysis of manufacturing problems.
Experience in utilizing root cause analysis techniques for the systematic solving of problems.
8 hour days, after-hour support.
Occasional travel may be required for training, conferences, capital projects, etc.
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