Key Responsibilities

  • Ensure designs for assigned programs meet customer requirements
  • Interact with both internal and external technical experts and function as the primary technical interface for materials and process-related issues for specific programs
  • Support materials engineering tasks related to the design, manufacture, and test of both electronic systems (guidance and navigation, displays, communication) and mechanical systems (reaction wheel assemblies, controlled moment gyros, pointing systems) for Defense, Space and Commercial Aerospace products
  • Review of customer- and Honeywell-generated requirements to ensure cost effective approaches and to verify performance and environmental requirements are met, development of material and process evaluation test plans, participation and interaction with various technical teams, development and execution of self-directed technical projects, pursuit of project funding, and coordination and execution of technical tasks with team members until completion
  • Interface with multiple functional groups and multiple engineering levels across Aero and within our customer community
  • Develop in expertise in one or more core process areas such as conformal coatings, adhesives and adhesive bonding, mechanical assembly, cable and wire harness assemblies, soldering, cleaning, and may extend into other core areas such as metal finishing, castings, welding, brazing, composites, paints, and manufacture of electromechanical components as developing assignments require
  • Support technical team discussions, develop analytical test plans, review test reports for accuracy, generate / write technical reports and participate in / support failure analysis, develop and execute self-directed technical projects, and execute technical tasks with team members until completion


  • Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering
  • 2 years industry experience in Materials and Process Engineering Design and Applications roles supporting high reliability hardware
  • 1 year of experience in providing support (selection, process application issues, failure analysis, etc.) for polymers and adhesives
  • US Citizenship required – no dual citizenship allowed


  • Bachelor’s Degree in Materials Science, Materials Engineering, Chemical Engineering, or Chemistry
  • Direct experience in aerospace design and manufacturing environment
  • Direct experience with military/aerospace specifications
  • Direct experience with solder metallurgy, printed board assembly, cable and wire harness assembly, chemical processes (paint / plating), composites
  • Hands-on experience with polymers testing
  • Strong focus on problem solving
  • Ability to work as both a team member and a task leader 
  • Ability to quickly assimilate new concepts and information
  • Ability to multi-task work assignments
  • Ability to work in a dynamic and changing environment
  • Ability to self-correct problems and work independently with minimal work direction
  • Excellent communication skills - verbal and written 
  • Strong computer skills, especially Microsoft Excel, Word, Project, PowerPoint