Honeywell HSE Engineer II in Tucson, Arizona
The future is what you make it.
When you join Honeywell, you become a member of our global team of thinkers, innovators, dreamers and doers who make the things that make the future.
That means changing the way we fly, fueling jets in an eco-friendly way, keeping buildings smart and safe and even making it possible to breathe on Mars.
Working at Honeywell isn’t just about developing cool things. That’s why all of our employees enjoy access to dynamic career opportunities across different fields and industries.
Are you ready to help us make the future?
Serve as part of a Team, providing technical support leading to development, implementation and sustaining of world-class HSE programs. Work within robust operating and management systems to reduce risk. Strengthen systems to ensure compliance with regulatory and Honeywell requirements. Support partnering with business leaders and employees to continuously improve HSE culture, awareness and accountability aligned with business objectives.
Drive integration of HSE processes and safe work practices into daily operations.
Lead HSE initiatives as an integrated business partner to support achievement of site goals and ensure zero harm to everyone.
Support achieving Excellence in HSE through management leadership, employee involvement, work-site analysis, hazard prevention and control, and HSE training.
YOU MUST HAVE
Bachelor's degree in Health, Safety, Environmental Discipline, Engineering.
2+ years HSE work experience.
Must be a US Citizen or Permanent Resident due to export control laws.
Manufacturing HSE program experience.
Program management experience.
Demonstrated use of innovative thinking to create continuous improvement.
Technical skills and knowledge directly applicable to role.
Passionate about achieving Excellence in HSE.
Strong communication skills.
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.