Engineering Program Manager

Honeywell   •  

Phoenix, AZ

Industry: Manufacturing


5 - 7 years

Posted 36 days ago

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The Engineering Program Manager for Cost Performance Engineer in Value Engineering/DMAIC is responsible for developing and leading cost reduction initiatives and scrap reduction on mechanical or electrical aerospace products. This requires extensive coordination, negotiation and partnering with Engineering, Program Management and other functions within the Integrated Supply Chain.


  • Conduct supplier workshops and product line deep dives to identify new cost take out and scrap ideas.
  • Directly manage mechanical/electrical Value Engineering/DMAIC and strategic cost take out projects and scrap aligned with business and M&PM plans
  • Executes the Value Engineering/DMAIC process and ensures consistent application across all projects
  • Accountable for budget and schedule management of Value Engineering/DMAIC projects
  • Creates and maintains effective linkages with engineering and the business segments
  • Acts as a focal for business driven cost-out and scrap initiatives and strategies
  • Provides technical support to current Value Engineering/DMAIC projects in execution, to improve product cost, producibility, and yield
  • Aligns with Materials Management to achieve synergies in cost take out and scrap efforts and to ensure that strategic roadmaps are followed
  • Develops short, medium and long term projects through deep dives and supplier workshops to maintain a portfolio of potential projects to support AOP and STRAP planning
  • Develops and maintains requiredreporting templates and tools to support project reviews, Management Operating Reviews and clearinghouses as needed

Project ManagementPrepare and complete action plansDetermine system improvement


  • Bachelor’s degree in Business, Engineering or other Supply Chain related field
  • 5 years of Engineering, Program Management or Integrated Supply Chain experience with experience in multiple areas
  • Due to ITAR restrictions, must be a U.S. Citizen or Permanent Resident


  • Knowledge of Repair and Overhaul preferred with experience in the Repair and Overhaul business
  • Complex machining knowledge
  • Experience performing product manufacturing cost analysis
  • Ability to understand and establish priorities in a complex and demanding environment
  • Work in a matrix environment with a focus on building relationships and driving improvements over multiple locations
  • Possess excellent verbal and written communication and presentation skills
  • A self-starter who takes the initiative, and is well organized, detail oriented and self-motivated
  • Possess a positive attitude and professional image with impeccable business ethics
  • A change agent with excellent interpersonal and leadership skills
  • Six Sigma Green Belt certification and Technical proficiency in the use of Excel, Access and other Microsoft Office tools

Must be a US Citizen due tocontractual requirements.


  • Some Travel Required
  • Extensive Travel Required
  • 1st Shift


  • Job ID: HRD62007