Inspector & Tester Electronics (Any Shift) $32.94

Honeywell - Kansas City, MO3.8

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At Honeywell, our people are driven by a desire to contribute, be challenged and grow. Our people make Honeywell a special company and are a key competitive advantage. Honeywell is a Fortune 100 company that invents and manufactures technologies to address some of the world’s toughest technical challenges, with more than 130,000 employees worldwide, including more than 20,000 engineers and scientists.

Honeywell’s Federal Manufacturing & Technologies business manages the U. S. Department of Energy’s Kansas City National Security Campus in Missouri and New Mexico, manufacturing sophisticated mechanical, electronic and engineered-material components for our nation's defense system. Honeywell is on the leading edge of supplying engineering and manufacturing expertise for our nation's defense and national security.

Summary of Duties:
Inspection, evaluation and evaluation troubleshooting functions on electronic, electrical and electromechanical units and systems. Typical items shall include but are not limited to, fusing systems, radar systems, timer systems, telemetry assemblies, x-units and various types of interconnecting devices and battery packs.
Set-ups necessary in the completion of the task.
Methods and procedures for inspection operations are not always predetermined.
Tests using any electrical, electronic, mechanical and environmental test equipment, including leak detectors, which may be highly technical and require special hook-ups to determine performance not attainable with standard prescribed tests.
Necessary adjustments of product or test equipment (not voiding calibration) or unit being tested to determine acceptability or reasons for malfunctioning of the unit or equipment used. May be required to develop fixtures, devices or methods to be used in Receiving Inspection for acceptance inspection.
Nonfunctional evaluations such as visual and mechanical inspection for correct assembly and dye penetrant inspection for surface flaws.
Electronic troubleshooting, in-process test, and component selection operations on items and systems composed of electronic circuitry.
Typical items and systems are radar receivers, telemetry assemblies and radar systems.
Methods and procedures for test and troubleshooting functions are not always predetermined.
Disassembly operations on the product for the purpose of troubleshooting diagnosis, and may be required to perform reassembly and test operations to the degree necessary to assure correction of the malfunction.
Inspection of product for proper packaging prior to release from the department.
In the performance of the duties set forth above, use may be made of various tools and equipment, such as test and troubleshooting equipment including open setup, soft soldering tools, environmental chambers, jigs and fixtures, gages and check fixtures, and hand tools necessary to the performance of the task.
Will be capable of interpreting all types of specifications, equipment readings, indications, and results.
Will be able to determine cause of failure, proper methods and equipment to be used in evaluating all types of material and parts in satisfying specification requirements.
May be required to examine and evaluate test data (FM&T or vendor) of product being inspected for purposes of acceptances or rejection. Results of tests may require interpretation and analysis.
Works from prints, assembly drawings, written, visual or oral instructions and engineering specifications. Completes necessary paperwork and identification pursuant to the task.
Responsible for proper handling of parts, including packaging and for proper care of equipment used. Job requires considerable knowledge and experience in electronics, high frequencies, radar theory and application.
May perform in-process inspection.
May check and top off lubricants as necessary.
Responsible for complying with applicable provisions of Article 19. Health, Safety, and Environment of the Collective Bargaining Agreement.
Inspects products for conformance based on engineering specifications and requirements. Performs electronic troubleshooting and tuning of electronic assemblies.

Key Responsibilities
Electronics Inspection

You Must Have:
US Citizen (capable of obtaining and maintaining a DOE Q level security clearance)
High School Diploma or GED
1+ years’ experience evaluating electronic assemblies for performance and or experience troubleshooting electronic circuitry.
Will need to be available to work any shift.

We Value:
Experience evaluating products or materials to ensure design requirements are met
Working knowledge of schematics and blueprints.
Ability to carry up to 20 pounds and lift up to 40 pounds
Strong verbal and written communication.
Good computer skills.
Additional Information
JOB ID: req192693
Category: Integrated Supply Chain
Location: 14520 Botts Road, Kansas City, MO 64147 USA
Must have or be eligible for a security clearance due to contractual requirements.