DVM Food Safety Technical Consultant

Company Name:
Company Overview:
Elanco is a global research-based company that develops and delivers product and services to enhance animal health and production. We value innovation, both in scientific research and daily operations, and strive to cultivate a collaborative work environment for more than 1,000 employees worldwide. Founded in 1954, Elanco is a division of Lilly. Our worldwide headquarters and research facilities are in Greenfield, Indiana.
Key Leadership Competencies:
Proactively search for solutions.
Work effectively and flexibly within and across all Elanco R&D teams and external collaborators to achieve overall Elanco R&D deliverables.
Create a positive work environment that is aligned with company objectives.
Create an engaging culture with a Play to Win mentality.
Identify and utilize methods to deliver individual objectives in a high quality, timely, cost-effective manner.
Drive Strategy and Outcomes
Key Technical Competencies:
Product development, Target Animal Safety, toxicology and the associated regulatory requirement to gain approval
Development and execution of regulatory strategy
Coordinate, supervise and/or conduct submission preparation activities as necessary
Knowledge of research, regulations, communication and problem solving skills
Understanding of the animal health industry
Knowledge of animal health and wellbeing, husbandry practices, nutrition and physiology
Basic Qualifications:
3 years experience as a Technical Consultant
3 years experience with Food Safety Background
3 years experience in product development, Target Animal Safety, toxicology and the associated regulatory requirement to gain approval
Additional Skills/Preferences:
Foreign Language desirable.
Travel may be up to 25 percent.
International travel is possible.
Additional Information:
Lilly is an EEO/Affirmative Action Employer, and does not discriminate on the basis of race, gender, protected veteran status, disability or any other legally protected status.
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