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Senior Castings Engineer
United States, North Carolina, Charlotte
|June 24, 2022|
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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 in castings process (investment, sand casting, die castings, etc.), solidification and casting simulation software (Pro-Cast, Magma Soft, etc.) will be preferred. At least 5 years working experience. Key requirements of the role will be the ability to interface directly with suppliers and provide support with production troubleshooting.
Industry technical design guidelines and solidification modeling, non-destructive tests such as FPI, X-ray and CT Scanning and destructive tests such as metallography and mechanical testing will be used to validate casting processes and product quality. Understanding of these methods is preferred.
Candidate will be responsible for defining manufacturing process approval requirements, product testing and design qualification for aerospace applications. Candidate will be responsible for reviewing drawing, specification and product substantiation requirements and ensuring that requirements are flowed down to suppliers effectively. Position defines substantiation test requirements and process requirements that need to be satisfied to pass first article inspection.
Responsibilities include specification maintenance, process documentation, approval of suppliers and casting components, conducting maintenance audits to ensure specification and process compliance, support determination of Root Cause and Corrective Action associated with process escapes, and identification of producibility opportunities and cost reduction. 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. Trains and mentors suppliers in various aspects of materials and process engineering. The main customers of this position are the Honeywell engineering and manufacturing units and Supply Chain personnel (Sourcing) as well as the supply base.
YOU MUST HAVE:
* At least two 5 years casting experience (investment, sand castings, etc.)
* Experience/familiarity with casting process and solidification software.
* Experience with Ti and super alloys castings preferred.
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.