Honeywell Electrical Engineer II - Productivity in Massachusetts
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As a Productivity Engineer II, your objective is to participate in the cost reduction of electronic products through the identification and qualification of alternative sources of passive and active electronic components or through the circuit redesign.
This is continuous project that focuses on cost reduction of existing mass volume products across all Honeywell HBT portfolio. Examples of the products include but not limited to; electronic thermostats, building controllers, control panels, fire detectors, etc. The responsibility of the Productivity Engineer II is to identify product cost savings opportunities through vendor change, of used electronic components as well as through circuit design changes. Responsibilities include leading projects that implement these changes, cooperate with the design teams and ISC (integrated supply chain), prepare test plan, perform tests of the component and final product in the laboratory, prepare test report – all that to make sure the product, after cost reduction changes, work as per specification and with unchanged quality. If successful, then implement the change in the mass production factory. Be prepared for multitasking. Good communication and negotiation skills are required on daily base in connection with enablers involved in these projects – Design teams, ISC, Manufacturing site, Suppliers.
Participate in Cost reduction ideas generation
Perform or support feasibility review of new ideas assigned
Total cost model preparation and approval – collecting project data such as cost of engineering services, capital investment, other services, projects length, etc. and define the Return on Investment.
Redesign electronic circuits to reduce the product cost
Test Plan preparation – Prepare the specific Test plan for the project to make sure the alternative component will satisfy all requirements and final product performance meets the specification
Component and Product Level Qualification – Perform all required testing in the laboratory, complete test report, get approval from Client
YOU MUST HAVE
Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering
5 years of experience in the Component Engineering, Hardware design or Test Engineering
5 years working experience with electronic components, their parameters and characteristics, electronic circuits and subsystems, as well as experience with conditional qualification testing
5 years of experience in:
Statistical methods and tools
Master’s degree in Electrical Engineering
7 years of experience in the Component Engineering, Hardware design or Test Engineering
Very good written and spoken English, very good communication and negotiation skills, work in the international team, ability of multitasking
POSITION SITS IN NORTHFORD, CT
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