United Technologies Corporation Staff Scientist, Fire and Security Advanced Solutions – Emerging Sensor Technology in Minneapolis, Minnesota
Job ID: 01375793
Country: United States
Category: Engineering, Physical Sciences
Job Type: Full time
United States of America
CADMN: FS Kidde Detector 6901 West 110th Street, Minneapolis, MN, 55438 USACarrier is a leading global provider of innovative HVAC, refrigeration, fire, security and building automation technologies. Supported by the iconic Carrier name, the company’s portfolio includes industry-leading brands such as Carrier, Kidde, Edwards, LenelS2, and Automated Logic. Carrier’s businesses enable modern life, delivering efficiency, safety, security, comfort, productivity and sustainability across a wide range of residential, commercial and industrial applications.As Carrier emerges as an independent, standalone company, the Carrier Technology and Engineering organization is transforming. This new multi-disciplinary organization will ensure Carrier’s lead position in the market through investments in advanced research, technologies and methods that will shape the future of our products. We are looking for top talent that can lead research activities in specific disciplines, and drive results into our business units, our products, and ultimately deliver value for our valued customers. Willis Carrier invented the first modern air-conditioning system in 1902 and changed how people live, work, and play. Today, Carrier needs your talent to build upon this legacy and to deliver what’s next for the modern world.Position Summary: Carrier is seeking a lead for emerging sensor systems with a specific focus on smoke and chemical threats. The person will fill a key role in the development in of advanced and disruptive technologies for Carrier’s Fire & Security business. The position will be located in Minneapolis, MN USA.Roles & Responsibilities:- Research and development of optical sensor systems for smoke detection.- Core research on next generation optical systems using surface mount, light pipe and fiber optic components.- Novel approaches to calibration for more efficient manufacturing workflows.- Ability to drive detailed data analysis using latest software, e.g. MATLAB- Develop long term chemical sensor strategy in partnership with FSP business units.- Develop test plan for chemical sensor systems in partnership with material scientists.- Ability to collaborate with business units and lead development partnerships, including universities and external providers- Lead and write standard work for evaluation, testing and qualifications of and sensors systems and control electronics- Ability to work within project team environment, organize and lead task teams and help mentor team members- Ability to design, build and commission laboratories suitable for sensor and detection systems design and evaluationEducation:MS, PHD in physics or electrical engineering preferred. 5+ years of experience preferred.OAK19ENRE24111
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