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Sr. EHS Specialist

Posted: Aug 17, 2018

Job Description

Environmental Health & Safety “EH&S” is responsible for designing, developing and implementing EH&S procedures, programs, processes, and systems to ensure compliance with regulatory and company requirements and to eliminate or minimize EH&S risks to the Company, its employees, the environment and the communities in which it does business.


Researches regulatory issues and product development and testing procedures to ensure compliance with appropriate local, state and federal regulatory agencies (NRC, DOT, EPA, etc.)
Identifies facility safety training needs and develops and coordinates safety training programs.
Supports facility personnel in selection of appropriate personal protective equipment.
Serves as member of the safety committee.
Works on projects of moderate scope and complexity.
Provides technical support to facility personnel to ensure compliance with applicable occupational safety and health and radioactive material regulations.
Reviews injury/illness and non-injury incident investigation reports and follows up as necessary.
Audits and inspects the facility to ensure compliance with company, local, state and federal regulations.
Participates and responds to investigations of environmental health incidents and emergencies and recommends appropriate corrective actions when needed.
Identifies possible solutions to a variety of technical problems and takes actions to resolve.

Assist with the coordination and management all aspects of the environmental health safety program, including waste processing.

Identify potential safety hazards related to radioactive and non-radioactive materials.
Informs the Mgr, RSO/EHS when situations require follow-up actions.
Performs other job duties as assigned.


BS degree in EH&S related field or Sciences preferred
2 or more years of professional full-time experience in am EHS or Radiation Safety role
Experience in EH&S – Hazard Waste Compliance, RCRA experience
Good oral and written communication skills
Ability to hear, write (English), and speak (English) clearly in order to communicate in manufacturing setting – required.
Proficient in Microsoft office
Must work well with others and understand how to be successful in a Team environment.
Must be detail oriented, organized, able to multi-task, a self-starter, and self-motivated

The primary work environment consists of a manufacturing facility for the production of radiopharmaceuticals, which must be kept clean, orderly, properly lighted and maintained in optimum operating condition. Employees handle radioactive materials and are exposed to very low amounts of radiation that are deemed safe by current standards. The facility is operated under well-controlled and closely monitored conditions that are regulated by both State and Federal agencies, and that are enforced by the corporate internal quality and regulatory group. Each staff member will receive specific training in keeping radiation exposures within regulatory guidelines and he/she will be routinely monitored for their exposure to radiation. Noise levels are considered low to moderate.

For more information visit Sr. EHS Specialist.

Associate HSE Consultant

Posted: Aug 17, 2018

Job Description

The Consultant – Health and Safety provides technical leadership and expertise to Indianapolis API in the development, implementation, and monitoring of health and safety programs in order to maintain compliance and achieve operational excellence. This role is focused on major continuous improvement initiatives related to critical HS aspects, leading cross functional teams or representing the HS function on cross functional teams. The role is also responsible to work closely with the HSE Site Leader to further develop the capability of the HS function and improve integration of the function into IAPI. Lastly, the role monitors best practices by maintaining an external focus through benchmarking and continuing education.

Serve as a functional technical SME in the development and implementation of HS programs and training.
Design the implementation plan for the plant (for new programs and major revisions).
Work directly with areas for implementation and troubleshooting.
Be a site wide technical resource for HS programs.
Promote a culture of compliance and continuous improvement.
Drive high value continuous improvement in programs related to significant HS aspects by leading cross functional teams or representing the function on cross functional teams.
Select projects based on plant priorities and results of self-assessments. Continuous improvement projects normally last 2-4 months and may involve use of six sigma tools to meet objectives of the project.
Work with HS SME’s, program owners, and program teams, ensure completion of effective self-assessments including identifying scope, forming teams, identifying assessment protocols, training or coaching of assessors, and developing effective and achievable action plans.
Drive consistency in the self-assessment process across the function.
Promote leader and employee engagement in the process and develop the HS capability of the organization.
Work with the HSE Site Leader, develop functional priorities taking into account data trends, industry trends, GHSE priorities, and plant priorities.
Be a champion for continuous improvement.
Enhance functional capabilities of the HS staff through partnership and mentoring.
Consult with HS staff regarding changes and events.

Basic Qualifications

Bachelor’s Degree or greater in Occupational Safety, Engineering, or technical field.
A min of five experience in the health and safety field, preferably in pharmaceutical or chemical manufacturing
Qualified candidates must be legally authorized to be employed in the United States. Lilly does not anticipate providing sponsorship for employment visa status (e.g., H-1B or TN status) for this employment position.

Additional Information

Must complete learning plan for (Consultant Health and Safety – HSE-IAPI).
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. .

Additional Skills/Preferences

Deep regulatory expertise in OSHA requirements and practical application of management systems.
Proven ability to lead teams and solve complex HS problems.
Strong Interpersonal & Teamwork Skills.
Demonstrated ability to influence others.
Good writing and communication skills.
Demonstrated ownership and accountability.
Strong attention to detail.
Able to respond to night/weekend phone calls as necessary.
Self-driven and able to work independently.

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IOSHA Inspector (Indianapolis)

Posted: Aug 16, 2018

Job Description

From occupational injuries to fatalities, the IOSHA Inspector will work to change workplace culture by increasing awareness of and involvement in workplace safety. You will have a direct, daily role in securing public confidence through excellence in the development and delivery of our programs and services.

A day in the life:

Conduct assigned inspections: formal and non-formal complaints, referrals, emphasis-related contact, threats of imminent danger, and fatalities and catastrophes
Inspect industrial sites to recognize and evaluate safety and health conditions per IOSHA regulations
Hold opening conferences with company owners and/or management to advise them as to the inspection process and to gather relevant safety program and/or training materials and information
Collect and analyze data and compare such to appropriate established safety and health regulations; document findings through notes, sketches, photographs, etc;
Create detailed, accurate and timely technical reports for the supervisor for administrative and regulatory action; enter data into the Federal NCR application and/or system
Interview employees as appropriate to gather job-specific information and caution them on safety hazards
Conduct closing conferences with company owners and/or management to provide them with a summary of their inspection findings, discuss abatement, etc.
Complete accurate and timely records and reports related to travel, work schedule and work activities

What we’re looking for:

Five (5) years’ work experience in a construction or an industrial environment; at least (1) one year of the required experience must include experience involving identification of safety and health hazards in a construction or an industrial environment; or participation in the formulation of construction or industrial safety rules; or accredited college training in a related field.
Ability to carry heavy and or awkward equipment while wearing protective clothing, including respirators plus walking, climbing, standing, crouching while carrying samples and measuring devices
Ability to work in unpleasant and hazardous conditions, including noise and toxic chemicals, during inspection investigations

Who you are:

You have a broad knowledge of training techniques, specifically in occupational health and safety subject matters
You have an ability to interpret and apply IOSHA regulations, consensus standards, and various practices and precedents falling within the jurisdiction of IOSHA
You have an ability to conduct inspections and further investigations
You have the ability to maintain cooperative relationships
You easily manage difficult situations with utmost professionalism
You have high integrity and an ability to maintain confidentiality
You possess excellent verbal communication skills with high ability to speak in a professional and concise manner

For more information visit IOSHA Inspector.