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Posted:
10/26/2015
Job Category:
Engineering
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Job Description

Successful candidate will guide and support FAA Part 33 and C77A/B activities related to Propulsion and Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Engine type certificates and Technical Standard Orders (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.

This position will be located in Phoenix, Arizona.

The Engineer supports the technical oversight of Honeywell Aerospace wide teams and will be expected to actively interact with other disciplines, management, regulatory agencies, and customers. The primary responsibility of this office is to provide a service for Propulsion projects which must obtain commercial certification. The candidate will be a developing expert in Federal Aviation Administration Part 33; all Subparts (including Electronic Hardware and Software), along with strong Propulsion product/electrical component knowledge, especially as it relates to Part 33. This position supports the technical focal points for both Propulsion and PIPAC ODA leaders. This position will also allow for learning and developing project engineering management skills. The service includes assuring that each project:

- Understands the regulations to which they must show compliance. Create a process and structure (predictable/repeatable/sustainable) for showing compliance.
- Supports the implements Requirements-Based Engineering approach, standard work (processes and tools), and the need for continuous improvement, along with evolution of entire organization.
- Understands how to access product against applicable regulations. Provide project teams risk register input as it relates to certification.
- Supports processes/tools related to compliance plan templates/guidance, supports Project group plans, 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, and schedule that is vetted and approved by all associated parties (COEs).
- Supports compliance strategy/approach and then detailed plan for ODA office and FAA. Obtains ODA team and management approval to proceed with project execution.
- Supports compliance element type and status, reviews Project team documents for content, quality, consistency, documents/artifacts for showing compliance, and reviews/submits final plan completion report.
- Demonstrates compliance completely and accurately, addresses the appropriate subjects and questions, with high quality, consistent with the overall certification plan for the project, and consistent with templates and practices established.
- Review and validate engineering estimates for programs (pre-pricing review) to assure both adequate definition of scope and adequate/appropriate resources identified to accomplish scope.
- Provide training and mentoring to relevant engineering teams.

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, and represent the projects as Applicant.
- Understand the ODA and TSO manuals, interpretations, and how they apply to projects (all IPDS Phases).

Basic Qualifications:

- Bachelor degree, in Mechanical, Electrical, or Aerospace Engineering, from an accredited college or university
- Due to export restrictions must be US Citizen or lawful permanent resident

- Must not complete degree program more than 12 months prior to hire date

Additional Qualifications:

- Demonstrated ability to work constructively and cooperatively in a matrix environment supporting business objectives
- Strong written and verbal communication skills
- Targeting new engineering graduates

- Prior engineering experience/internship a plus

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)