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Honeywell Systems Engineer II in Redmond, Washington

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The Missiles and Munitions (M&M) group, within the Sensors, Guidance and Navigation (SGN) Center of Excellence (CoE), has an immediate and exciting opening for a Advanced Systems Engineer to be part of a leading-edge technology development team for inertial navigation products.

This position entails system design and development of Inertial Measurement Units (IMU) and Inertial Navigation Systems (INS), supporting both new product development and next generation upgrades of in-service products. Target product platforms will include missiles, munitions, aircraft, marine, and other commercial applications. The role will require interaction with external customers in order to facilitate the completion of products to customer specifications. Further, the candidate will help develop and define engineering processes across the Sensing Guidance, and Navigation Center of Excellence (COE).

The candidate must have a strong background in Systems Engineering methodology. She/he must be able to demonstrate ability to manage project tasks, including budgets and schedules, and determine engineering risk and mitigation plans. The candidate must be able to collaborate with engineers both locally and remotely and possess strong written and verbal communication skills. In addition, this position requires strong leadership skills and project leadership experience. The primary location for this position is the Honeywell Aerospace facility in Clearwater, Florida

Key Responsibilities

  • Technical focal supporting the evaluation of product design, integration, and qualification activities for new inertial navigation products for internal R&D and customer funded programs

  • Ensure design objectives and quality requirements are met for new development products

  • Prepare, review, and approve of technical documentation and deliverables

  • Function as a technical focal with external customers supporting new product development and communicating technical status

  • Execute in a cross-functional team setting (interfacing with mechanical, electrical, software, test, etc.)

  • Development and augmentation of navigation equations - direction cosine and quaternion

  • Calibration of inertial sensors and inertial systems

  • Evaluation of sensor & system performance – ex: reading and understanding Root Alan Variance (RAV)

  • Generating and presenting high level (executive level) and technical (details) information

Travel within US and/ or internationally may be required - 10%


  • Master’s Degree in Mathematics, Physics, or related Engineering discipline

  • Due to export controls and ITAR products, candidate must be a US citizen and have the ability to obtain a Secret clearance

  • Experience with Microsoft Office Outlook, Excel, Word, Visio, and PowerPoint


  • Data analysis skills using Matlab, Simulink, Mathcad, Minitab, and/or Mathematical

  • Engineering experience

  • Experience in systems guidance and navigation testing and analysis

  • Project Lead experience

  • Knowledge of the systems development lifecycle

  • Individuals that quickly analyze, incorporate and apply new information and concepts

  • Model based system engineering capability

  • Individuals who are self-motivated and able to work with little supervision, who consistently take the initiative to get things done

  • Ability to adapt dictated by project changes

  • Multi-tasking and the ability to manage a variety of complicated tasks

  • Familiarity with Department of Defense programs and processes

  • Able to do root-cause problem analysis and corrective action development

  • Excellent written and oral communication skills

  • Working knowledge of software development as an engineering discipline, including some programming skills

  • Understanding of INS/GPS systems with emphasis in simulation and analysis, Kalman Filtering design, inertial sensor analysis techniques, differential GPS, and classical controls

  • Six Sigma Green Belt certification

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.