Honeywell Metallurgical/Materials Engineer III in Phoenix, Arizona
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This Honeywell Aerospace Materials Engineering position will provide support for new and existing products including aerospace gas turbine engines used for propulsion and auxiliary power. Primary responsibilities include support for materials and processes involved in the design and manufacture of parts.
Candidates with hands-on experience working in a metallurgical laboratory performing materials characterization, failure analysis, and metallurgical processes will be preferred.
Candidate will be responsible for investigating the material condition of Honeywell’s propulsion products to ensure the quality of existing and future technologies. Candidate will be responsible for ensuring internal and external customer’s technical understanding of the material condition and ensure product quality through the characterization, classification, and documentation of materials.
Technical skills include a broad understanding of materials, processing and applications, understanding of mechanical and design requirements for aerospace components, effective communication and participation on teams with considerable focus on manufacturing and design, materials testing, and failure analysis. The main customers of this position are the Honeywell’s engineering, manufacturing, and Advanced Technology units.
Materials characterization through metallurgical and chemical means
Publishing technical reports and conveying findings through technical team meetings and stakeholder presentations
Coordinating/conducting materials testing using internal and third-party suppliers
Hands-on operation of Metallurgical Lab equipment including hardness testers, metallography equipment, and digital and scanning electron microscopes
Fractography and failure analysis
Technical mentorship and coaching of others
Project planning and management
YOU MUST HAVE
Bachelors' Degree with specialization in Material Science, Material Engineering or Metallurgy
2 years of hands-on (course work included) experience working in a Metallurgical Laboratory characterizing and testing materials
Master’s Degree or PhD with specialization in Material Science, Material Engineering, Metallurgy
Familiarity of SAE, AMS, ASTM and AWS specifications
Familiarity with materials failure analysis
Familiarity with metallic materials, especially with corrosion resistant steels, aluminum, titanium, nickel and cobalt based alloys
Experience with Aerospace NADCAP requirements.
Ability to work in a cross-functional team of design engineers, project engineers, chief engineers, customer support, etc.
Peer collaboration and strong focus on meeting customer commitments
Project management skills
Location:111 S 34th St., Phoenix, AZ 85034 USA
Must be a US Citizen due to contractual requirements.
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