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1-3 years of experience
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Employment Type:
Full time
Posted:
7/19/2015
Job Category:
Engineering
Engineer I
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Job Description

We are seeking an Engineer I in Phoenix, AZ

Successful candidate will support Certification activities related to Propulsion and APU type certificates and TSOs. This office demonstrates compliance to regulators. The PIPAC COE ODA organization, which does not report to this office, finds compliance. The MSEA Project teams will continue to own their Certification plans, project execution, and reports.

The primary responsibility of this office is to provide a service for Propulsion and APU projects which must obtain commercial certification. This includes the creation and maintenance of standard processes and work, priority lists, checklists, metrics tracking, organizational artifact repository, training, and communication. The service includes assuring that each project:

- Embraces and implements Requirements-Based Engineering approach, standard work (processes and tools), and the ongoing need for continuous improvement.
- Creates and provides standard work and command media that is accessible. Enables operating system (process and tools) for Cert compliance plans, execution, and reporting/closing.
- Provides document templates/guidance and associated schedule which satisfies the regulations and meets the project objectives.
- Coordinates closely with MSEA COEs, MCOE, ECOE, and PIPAC ODA groups to ensure tied-out and executable plans. This includes a minimum of a proposal, compliance matrix, milestones, and schedule that is vetted and approved by all associated parties (COEs).
- Supports management certification documents for smooth and efficient flow. The choreography provided includes scheduling, tracking, prioritization and queuing across projects, and active management through the project lifecycle in support of the project's business objectives; the scope of choreography to encompass both showers and finders of compliance.
- Assists in teaching the project COEs how to show compliance.

In order to consistently execute the primary responsibility, the office is also expected to:

- Build a highly collaborative and rewarding environment/relationship with the Project COEs, supporting COEs, internal ODA group, and external regulators.
- Establish standard work in support of the certification process, to improve productivity and compliance demonstration quality. Standard work applies to the actual showing of compliance as well as the choreography of the showing process.
- Track document quality metrics, together with the ODA group and project teams, and implement corrective actions as appropriate.
- Teach the engineering organization the process and associated standard work, applicable ODA/TSO manual "sections", and the certification process. Supports creation of training materials.
- Support creation of a Certification Instruction Manual (living document), associated APs, AGs, and other artifacts (new and revisions), and Certification Management Operating System for APU and Propulsion COEs.

Basic Qualifications:

- B.S. in Aeronautical, Electrical, or Mechanical Engineering.
- Minimum of zero to two (2) years of engineering experience.
- Due to Export control and ITAR restrictions, candidate must be a US Citizen.

Additional Qualifications:

- Project management mindset - driven individual with demonstrated ability to achieve objectives within resource and time limitations.
- Extremely organized and efficient in execution.
- Ability to work constructively and cooperatively in a matrix environment supporting business objectives.
- Targeting engineering new grads.

About Honeywell International Inc.

Honeywell Inc. is a controls company that develops and supplies advanced-technology products, systems and services to homes and buildings, industry, and space and aviation that are designed to conserve energy, protect the environment, improve productivity, enhance comfort and increase safety. The Home and Building Control segment provides products and services intended to create efficient, safe, and comfortable environments. Industrial Controls supplies products, systems and services to help customers improve productivity and meet environmental and safety needs. The Space and Aviation Control segment supplies avionics for the commercial, military and space markets. In addition, the Honeywell Technology Center provides systems analysis and applied research and development on systems and products, including application software, sensors and advanced electronics. Solid State Electronics Center designs and manufactures integrated circuits and sensors. (Source: 10-K405)