Req ID - 48311BR: This position is in the Computational Engineering team in DDCS (Delivery Devices and Connected Solutions.) Responsibilities include developing mathematical models to predict behavior of components used in primary packaging and device delivery systems. This involves a fundamental understanding of mechanical systems, material behaviors and mechanics involved in modeling their functionality. Key objectives and deliverables include the following:
Computational modeling and simulation to support device delivery system development
Work with DDCS engineers and third parties to ensure proper testing is being performed to obtain correct inputs for finite element analysis
Prepare and review appropriate portions of regulatory documents (IND/ CTX, CTD and annual updates) and key technical reports
Interact with third parties as needed for external modeling and component design
Clearly communicate relevant product and process risks based on numerical modeling results to ensure risks are relayed to DDCS management and appropriate business partners
Stay abreast of relevant new and current technologies, capabilities, and regulatory expectations, guidelines and requirements; effectively share this knowledge with others; and identify opportunities for implementation
Ensure individual and departmental compliance with the laws, regulations, guidelines, procedures, and practices governing drug research and development, including the departmental and corporate standard operating, good manufacturing, and safety procedures
Ensure that people and their environment are safe and that company policies concerning safety are followed
Please submit resume via www.lilly.com/careers and cite the relevant job title and req I.D. number in your submission.
Lilly is an EEO/Affirmative Action Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, national origin, protected veteran status, disability or any other legally protected status.
Employer requires a Ph.D. in Materials Engineering or Mechanical Engineering. Work or academic experience must have included the following: Knowledge of Finite Element Analysis; knowledge of Engineering mechanics; knowledge of Computational Fluid Dynamics; experience with Finite Element Analysis tools such as ANSYS, ABAQUS, Mathcad, Solidworks, Python and coding user subroutines; experience with modelling hyperelastic and viscoelastic materials; fundamental understanding of Fracture Mechanics; knowledge of Materials Testing, especially as it relates to polymers and elastomers; and knowledge of structure and properties relationships as it relates to materials engineering.
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