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Are you passionate about implementing robotics solutions to improve manufacturing processes? Do you have strong problem solving skills and the ability to interpret and apply solutions to different situations by understanding customer needs? Have you delivered improved operational excellence by using and implementing a variety of tools, systems and processes? Our Global Robotics Program is looking for a talented professional with a background and expertise in robotics that can influence, work and deliver results across multiple global functions.
As a Robotic Applications engineer, you will provide engineering expertise to implement robotic technologies across the Lilly manufacturing sites that result in increased productivity,safety improvements, and variability reduction. In, addition you will have the following key Objectives/Deliverables:
Work closely with global sites and Global Robotics Program peers to identify, evaluate, conceptualize, and lead designs for global robotic systems.
Provide subject matter expertise for the Global Robotics Program in areas including robotic system design, 2D and 3D vision development, robot code development, End of Arm Tooling design, rapid prototyping, vendor evaluation, and augmented / virtual reality simulation.
Develop Engineering Best Practices for robotic application development.
Participate multi-disciplinary teams within manufacturing, quality and other business units to develop applications for robotic technologies and support the effective deployments at manufacturing sites.
Conduct surveillance related to new technologies and bring them in-house as appropriate.
Work with Global Facilities Delivery team and manufacturing sites to incorporate robotics analysis into profiles for new manufacturing assets and facilities.
Be a champion for safety activities and a role model for diversity, ethics, and compliance.
Bachelor’s or masters in a science or engineering
Minimum 5 years as an engineer in a highly automated environment supporting on robotic system development and deployment
Associates Degree in science, technology or engineering related area with a minimum of 6 years-experience in a highly automated environment supporting on robotic system development and deployment.
10 years as an engineer in a highly automated environment supporting robotic system development and deployment
Control system programming and integration (PLC, HMI, MES, etc.)
Fanuc (TPP and Karel) and Staubli (VAL3) programming
Fanuc’s IRVision and Cognex for robot guidance
Fanuc’s Roboguide Simulation Staubli Robotics Suite (SRS)
Proficiency in planning and managing teams to carry out highly complex tasks and/or tasks that are highly cross-functional or cross-site in nature and may have aggressive timelines.
Fanuc Certifications a plus
Communicate effectively to customers, business partners, and staff including good oral, written, and visual presentations.
Interpret and apply solutions to different situations by understanding customer needs and applying strong problem solving skills.
Utilize and implement various tools, systems, and processes resulting in improved operational excellence of laboratory and business operations.
Manage capital projects.
Manufacturing experience across different industries, or multi-site.
Thorough knowledge/experience in cGMP, ICH, USP, and applicable regulations as well as robotics industry standards
Significant domestic and international travel will be required (e.g. up to one-two weeks per month)
Will require occasional work in a manufacturing environment
Safety equipment and / or gowning may be required
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