Honeywell Systems Engineer I in Mason, Ohio
Systems Engineer 1 coordinates the requirements, design, development, integration and validation of large/complex systems involving multiple subsystems and multi-disciplinary technologies. The goal is to ensure that the system is built with efficiency (minimize risk, rework) and will meet the requirement and expectations.
The systems engineer looks at the system and understands the interactions and inter-dependencies between various subsystems and processes. Ensures that subsystems suppliers also understand requirements, inter-dependencies, and interfaces with other subsystems to ensure that their subsystems can be efficiently integrated into the system and help meet the system expectations.
A system at Intelligrated may consist of various subsystems such as Automated Storage and Retrieval System (ASRS), Conveyor Systems, Goods to Operator Work Stations (GTO), Replenishment Stations, Lifts, Loop Sorters (Bombay, Cross-belt, Tilt-tray, etc.). Pick / Put to Light Systems (PTL), Warehouse Controls Systems (WCS), Warehouse Execution Systems (WES), Warehouse management systems (WMS) and others. The Systems Engineer understands and coordinates the integration of the Intelligrated System with the customer’s systems.
Various engineering disciplines such as Mechanical, Electrical, Controls, Software, Project Management, Quality, etc. participate in the system development. The system engineer will typically have a broad multi-disciplinary background, with a strong level of expertise in at least one of these disciplines and be knowledgably of key aspects of the others.
A Systems Engineer supports/participates in the following typical tasks:
Reviews project requirements during the proposal phase to ensure that these are understood and achievable
Performs system partitioning and requirements flow-down to identified subsystems – ensures that requirements are clearly allocated to and understood by subsystem suppliers
Participates in definition / clarification of interfaces between various subsystems to ensure that these are clearly understood by all parties
Works with team members to identify various system risks and monitors them to ensure that they are appropriately addressed by the team
Monitors changes to project scope, evaluates impact of these changes and communicates the impact to all impacted internal parties and subsystem suppliers
Develops the integration strategy and sequence of test activities to bring the group of subsystems together into an integrated system
Works with the various engineering teams, project manager, customer to get appropriate test plans developed; reviews and validates test plans
Coordinates / Participates / Supports / Executes subsystem and system validation tests.
Records defects and communicates them to relevant party and follows thru to ensure that they are resolved
Helps and support development & implementation of systems engineering practice by developing business processes.
Identifies KPIs for the systems and subsystems
Orchestrates DFMEA to identify various failure modes and mitigation plans.
Other tasks in support of project/system as needed.
YOU MUST HAVE
- Masters or Bachelors degree in Mechanical, Electrical, Mechatronics, Robotics & Control Automation, Industrial, Systems Engineering or relevant discipline, with experience working in a multi-disciplinary environment.
Ability to understand Mechanical layouts
Ability to understand control systems and control interfaces
Requirements Analysis and exposure to various requirements analysis tools
Systems Modeling and exposure to Modeling tools using SysML
Validation and Test plan development, execution coordination, knowledge and exposure to various relevant tools
Defect Management and exposure to defect tracking tools.
Project Management, Understand projects schedules, WBS, etc.
Ability to work as a team member in a multi-disciplinary team to achieve desired System objectives.
This position may require travel to customer sites anywhere in the US to support Systems Integration and Validation
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.