Honeywell Electrical Design Engineer III in Kansas City, Missouri
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Honeywell’s Federal Manufacturing & Technologies business manages the U. S. Department of Energy’s Kansas City National Security Campus in Missouri and New Mexico, manufacturing sophisticated mechanical, electronic, and engineered-material components for our nation's defense system. Honeywell is on the leading edge of supplying engineering and manufacturing expertise for our nation's defense and national security. Visit kcnsc.doe.gov for more information about working for Honeywell at the Kansas City National Security Campus.
This position is in Kansas City, MO
Perform electronic circuit design of analog and digital circuits for interfacing with units under test and automatic test equipment
Perform software development of test sequencing and test operating software between the tester and the unit under test
Generates test documentation and perform verification and validation testing of automated testers to assure all requirement are being supported
Plans and performs engineering testing and development programs and uses statistical and scientific methods to address and resolve critical engineering and production problems to assure product manufacturability
Interacts with customers, design agency and/or supplier counterparts to resolve moderate to complex design, development, production and acceptance issues
Based on research, applies, develops and recommends innovative methodologies and technologies which are equal to the industry's state of the art to resolve processing and design problems
Evaluates and implements innovations and technological advances that improve quality, reduce flowtime, improve productivity, and enhance operational surety
Performs highly complex calibration and measurement services, recommends changes in calibration procedures to improve services, and solves special measurement problems
Conducts activities in a safe and healthy manner and works in accordance with established HS&E requirements to ensure the protection of employees, the public, and the environment. Takes actions necessary to "stop" work when an unsafe condition or action is identified. Every employee has the right and responsibility to stop work when unsafe conditions or actions are identified
You Must Have:
U.S. Citizenship in order to obtain US Dept. of Energy "Q" level security clearance
4 or more years of relevant experience in Electrical Engineering or related technical activities, including application of Electrical engineering principles and technology related to complex technical assignments
Ability to work under minimal supervision, with latitude for independent action and decision making
Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering from an accredited Engineering program, or a Bachelor of Science degree in Physics from an accredited program
Existing DOE Q Clearance Preferred
Experience with electronic test equipment design, including hardware and software
Circuit design, simulation, and troubleshooting experience
Experience in one or more relevant programming languages (.NET, Visual Basic, etc)
Deep understanding of electrical engineering standards and specifications
Experience working and interfacing with FPGAs
Demonstrated background in stockpile weapon component function, processes, and procedures
Demonstrated technical innovation and problem solving
Excellent written, oral and presentation communication skills
Ability to work without supervision, to provide technical consultation, guidance and to mentor others
Honeywell is an equal opportunity employer. Qualified applicants will be considered without regard to age, race, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, marital status, affectional or sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability, nationality, sex, religion, or veteran status.