Honeywell Advanced Physicist in Golden Valley, Minnesota
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Honeywell International is a $40-billion diversified technology and manufacturing global leader. Honeywell has more than 130,000 employees in 100 countries around the world and has a demonstrated heritage of both innovation and achievement.
We are pleased to announce a unique opportunity for Research and Development (R&D) with Honeywell. This is an exciting organization focused on cutting-edge technology developments, working with various entities in research and development efforts in break-through technologies. At Honeywell, we look for people driven by a desire to contribute, be challenged and grow. Our people make Honeywell a special company and are a key competitive advantage.
Honeywell is looking for a highly qualified process development engineer with a focus on researching experimental techniques and turning them into mature manufacturing processes.
Design and develop component manufacturing solutions in controlled atmosphere furnaces in support of laboratory experimentation and manufacturing process development
Develop and document sintering and powder metallurgical processes
Craft new test and evaluation methods; Ability to build written test procedures and test reports
Develop and apply advanced methodologies, technologies, and design of experiments to build technical solutions that improve porous metal processes and procedures
Contribute to design and manufacturing of porous metals for heat exchangers
Tasks that require the use and application of scientific methods and tools
Testing reliability and repeatability of sinter development process (Gauge R&R)
Under limited supervision, you will be responsible for a variety of research and process development responsibilities to advance the technical expertise of the business
Perform all necessary activities to accomplish goals within overall cost and schedule projections
Execute project subtasks to meet customer specifications (analysis, designing, testing, etc.)
Contribute to project reports and presentations
Partner with Principal Investigator and Program Management for project execution
Help identify new lab equipment and develop facility requirements
Anticipate and resolve day-to-day and project issues
Occasional travel is required
YOU MUST HAVE
U.S. citizenship and be able to obtain and maintain government security clearance
Bachelor’s Degree in Science or Engineering
5 years of experience with research, design, analysis, and experimentation
Master’s degree in Physics, Engineering, or related field with materials focus
Demonstrated experience with sinter processes and techniques, with an understanding of the impact of environmental parameters (e.g., temperature, mechanical pressure, controlled atmosphere)
Experience transitioning innovative components and processes from research and development to manufacturing (design for manufacturing)
Ability to identify a technical development need and the resourcefulness to address the need through a combination of research, analysis, and experimentation
Understanding of experimental design to capture the desired data; Critical thinking in process planning, execution, and validation
Material and process characterization such as adsorption testing, chemical analysis, and mechanical testing
HALT and HASS testing to determine component reliability
Demonstrated experience with vacuum brazing and diffusion bonding processes and techniques
Familiarity with the use of sensors, data acquisition systems, test instrumentation, and LabVIEW
Experience developing rapid prototypes of test fixtures and tooling as needed
Sound and timely technical discernment and opinions
Self-motivation, strong interpersonal and technical skills, and be good at working with customers, partners, and colleagues; Excellent written and verbal interpersonal skills
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.
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