Honeywell Process Engineer 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 will be located in Kansas City, MO
Leads the design and/or project management of new and current products, programs, components, tools and acceptance equipment under technical guidance Design Agency
Develops manufacturing and measuring methods which designate tooling, gages, acceptance equipment, and processing procedures
Coordinates product and acceptance equipment designs and ordering of testers, gages, and laboratory equipment to support production acceptance
Defines and acquires tooling, gaging and other equipment necessary to manufacture parts and to assure product quality
Estimates set-up times, operating times, and flowtimes, as well as production and acceptance needs
Participates in establishing operating procedures on new products and components
Supports development of test procedures and performs routine to moderately complex engineering evaluation tests, product and process capability studies, quality audits, product or project data reviews, and other engineering evaluation work to assure product manufacturability
Provides technical assistance in appropriate manufacturing and inspection areas
Analyzes processes, products, and records
Characterizes and implements proper controls on all processes
Prepares manufacturing drawings and specifications
Conducts audits to anticipate, identify, and correct problems and to measure quality levels and trends
Interacts with design agencies, suppliers, and internal organizations to assist in resolving production, and acceptance issues
Prepares evaluation reports, analyzes discrepancies, makes recommendations for and initiates improvements for product, test equipment, procedures, and manufacturing or operating processes that improve productivity and quality and reduce flowtime
Evaluates opportunities for defect prevention based on standard or accepted technical practices and recommends preventive corrective actions
You Must Have:
US citizenship in order to obtain and maintain US Department of Energy “Q” level security clearance
Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical or Mechanical Engineering from an ABET accredited Engineering program
Six or more years of applied experience in engineering roles in a technical or manufacturing environment, such as manufacturing, or Process Engineering
Experience in assisting with the design of tools and acceptance equipment
Experience in Work Instruction development
Supported definition of and acquisition of tooling, gaging and other equipment necessary to manufacture parts and to assure product quality
Experience estimating set-up times, operating times, and flowtimes, as well as production and acceptance needs
Exposure to development of test procedures and performs routine to moderately complex engineering evaluation tests, product and process capability studies, quality audits, product or project data reviews, and other engineering evaluation work to assure product manufacturability
Experience in preparation of evaluation reports, and analyzing discrepancies
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.