Honeywell & JetPro
Overview
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Agenda
• Objective
• Honeywell Company Overview
• JetPro Overview
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What businesses
Ownership
Selection process
Process Steps
Next Steps
– What we need from you
– How we will work together
– Next steps
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Company Overview
• 122,000 employees in more than 100 countries
• A Fortune 100 company – sales of $34.6 billion in 2007
• “America’s Most Admired Companies”
– Fortune magazine
• “Corporate Social Responsibility Award”
– Foreign Policy Association
• “The Alexander Hamilton Award”
– Treasury and Risk magazine
• “Most Admired Companies”
– Career Communications Group, the publisher of U.S. Black
Engineer & Information Technology, Hispanic Engineer &
Information Technology,
Science Spectrum and Women of Color
magazines
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Company Leadership
CHAIRMAN & CEO
Dave Cote
PRESIDENT & CEO
Aerospace
Rob Gillette
PRESIDENT & CEO
Automation and
Control Solutions
Roger Fradin
PRESIDENT & CEO
Transportation Systems
Adriane Brown
PRESIDENT & CEO
Specialty Materials
Andreas Kramvis
SR. VICE PRESIDENT &
Chief Financial Officer
Dave Anderson
PRESIDENT
Air Transport &
Regional
Garrett Mikita
PRESIDENT
Sensing and Control
Beth Wozniak
PRESIDENT
Honeywell
Process Solutions
Jack Bolick
PRESIDENT
Turbo Technologies,
Passenger Vehicles
Alex Ismail
VP/GM
Performance
Products
Jeremy Steinfink
VP/GM
Electronic Materials
Rebecca Liebert
SR. VICE PRESIDENT &
General Counsel
Peter Kreindler
PRESIDENT
Business & General
Aviation
Rob Wilson
PRESIDENT
Security
Ben Cornett
PRESIDENT
Honeywell
Building Solutions
Paul Orzeske
PRESIDENT
Turbo Technologies,
Commercial Vehicles
Jeff Donnell
VP/GM
Fluorine Products
Terrence Hahn
PRESIDENT & CEO
UOP LLC
Carlos A. Cabrera
SR. VICE PRESIDENT
Human Resources and
Communications
Mark James
PRESIDENT
Defense &
Space
Ed Wheeler
PRESIDENT
Life Safety
Mark Levy
PRESIDENT
Environmental and
Combustion Controls
Joe Puishys
VP/GM
Specialty Chemicals
Jack Boss
SR. VICE PRESIDENT
Technology and
Operations
Larry Kittelberger
PRESIDENT
Consumer Products
Group
Chris Stephens
VP/GM
Resins & Chemicals
Qamar Bhatia
VICE PRESIDENT
Strategy & Business
Development
Rhonda Germany
PRESIDENT
China
Shane Tedjarati
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The Brand Promise
We are building a world
that’s safer and more secure.…
More comfortable and energy efficient.…
More innovative and productive.
We are Honeywell.
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Do More & Get More with Honeywell
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Honeywell is an exceptional place to start your career
– Challenging Work
– Competitive Rewards
– Great People
– Career Development
– Continuous Learning
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Go with a Global Leader
Honeywell is a diversified technology and manufacturing leader
serving customers worldwide with aerospace products and services;
control technologies for buildings, homes and industry; automotive
products; turbochargers; and specialty materials.
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Fortune 100 & DJIA company
More than 122,000 employees worldwide
$34.6 billion in sales in 2007
Four diversified business groups
Exemplifying innovation for over 100 years
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Shape the World
• Honeywell offers products, technologies, services and solutions
that raise the quality of life and make the world safer and more
efficient
• Honeywell makes modern life possible
– the car you drive…
– the medicine you take…
– the airplane above you…
– the comfort of your home…
– the amusement rides you enjoy…
– the space travel you read about…
– the spark that ignites your car…
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Sustain our Communities
Honeywell Hometown Solutions is the company’s award-winning
approach to community engagement. Honeywell’s signature programs
are making a profound difference in our hometowns, including:
 Protecting 8 million children with
critical safety information
 Inspiring 150,000 students to pursue
careers in science and engineering
 Rebuilding 1,000 homes destroyed by
the Asian Tsunami, Gulf Coast
Hurricanes, Pakistan Earthquake and
Juarez Floods
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Inspiring the Next Generation
As one of the world’s leading technology companies, Honeywell is
committed to encouraging the brightest students to consider science
and engineering careers. Honeywell Hometown Solutions’ Science
Education Initiative provides students and teachers with once-in-alifetime opportunities.
 Honeywell - Nobel Initiative
 FMA Live! Where Science Rocks
 Honeywell Educators @ Space Academy
 Honeywell Scholars @ Presidential Classroom
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Honeywell – Nobel Initiative
The Honeywell – Nobel Initiative connects university students with
recipients of the world’s most prestigious award, the Nobel Prize,
through live on-campus events, interactive content and broadcast
programs.
 Honeywell Nobel Laureate
Lecture Series
 Honeywell Nobel Interactive
Studio
 Honeywell’s exclusive global
sponsorship of Nobel Minds
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Work with Cutting Edge Technologies
• Honeywell’s diverse business groups produce high profile
products and support industry-leading companies all around the
world
Aerospace
Automation and Control Solutions
Specialty Materials
Transportation Systems
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Honeywell Today
Automation & Control
Aerospace
35%
36%
14%
Specialty Materials
15%
Transportation
• 122,000 employees in nearly 100 countries
• A Fortune 75 company $34.6 billion in sales in 2007
• One of 30 select companies in the DJIA
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Aerospace
• The world’s premier supplier of aircraft engines
and systems, avionics and other products and
services for airliners, regional and business
aircraft, military aircraft, and spacecraft.
HEADQUARTERS
Phoenix, Arizona
WORKFORCE
40,000 employees worldwide
ANNUAL SALES
$12.2 billion in 2007
REPRESENTATIVE CLIENTS
Recent Hires Speak Out
“I challenge my leadership group
to look at our business and think
outside the box. It is this way of
thinking that leads to success.”
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EADS/Airbus, Bell, Boeing, Bombardier, Cessna, Dassault,
Embraer, Fairchild Dornier, FedEx, General Electric, Gulfstream,
Hughes, Learjet, Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman,
Raytheon, Sikorsky, Sino Swearingen, United Technologies, U.S
Department of Defense, U.S. Department of Energy, U.S.
National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and
leading airlines and airport authorities
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Specialty Materials
• A global leader in providing customers with highperformance specialty materials, including
fluorocarbons, specialty films and additives, advanced
fibers and composites, customized research
chemicals, and electronic materials and chemicals.
HEADQUARTERS
Morristown, New Jersey
WORKFORCE
8,500 employees worldwide
ANNUAL SALES
$4.9 billion in 2007
Recent Hires Speak Out
“Honeywell takes its
commitment to diversity
seriously. As our customers
and consumers become
more diverse, so too do our
employees.” Johnel
REPRESENTATIVE CLIENTS
Intel, Motorola, IBM, Samsung, Infineon Technologies, Carrier
Corp., Haier Group, York International, Dow Chemicals, BASF,
U.S. Military, Pfizer, GlaxoSmithKline, Mohawk, Shaw
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Transportation Systems
• Honeywell is the global leader in manufacturing
automotive turbochargers, consumer automotive
products such as FRAM®, Prestone®, Autolite®, and
Holts®, and brake friction materials and aftermarket
brake products under the Bendix® and JURID®
brand names.
HEADQUARTERS
Torrance, California
WORKFORCE
12,000 employees worldwide
Recent Hires Speak Out
“There are so many
opportunities here…in
businesses that are on the
cutting edge of innovation
and technology.” Shirin
ANNUAL SALES
$5 billion in 2007
REPRESENTATIVE CLIENTS
Advance Auto Parts, Auto Zone, BMW, Bosch, Canadian Tire,
Continental Teves, CSK Auto, DaimlerChrysler, Ford, General Motors,
Honda, Nissan, Renault, TRW, Volkswagon, Volvo and Wal-Mart
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Automation and Control Solutions
• A global leader in providing product and service solutions
that improve efficiency and profitability, support
regulatory compliance, and maintain safe, comfortable
environments in homes, buildings and industry. Products
and services are used around the world in more than 100
million homes and buildings as well as in 24 of 25 top oil
refineries.
HEADQUARTERS
Minneapolis, Minnesota
WORKFORCE
54,000 employees worldwide
Recent Hires Speak Out
“The company’s investment
in me is supported by
mentoring, access to top
management and critical
knowledge and
experience.” Peter
ANNUAL SALES
$12.5 billion in 2007
REPRESENTATIVE CLIENTS
Alcoa, AstraZeneca, BASF, Boeing, Brinks, ChevronTexaco, DaimlerChrysler,
DuPont, ExxonMobil, General Motors, PDVSA, ConocoPhillips, Procter & Gamble,
Qatar General Petroleum, Sasol, Sinopec, Stora Enso, Sydney Airport,
TotalFinaElf, Weyerhaeuser, and building and homeowners
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Honeywell Process Solutions (HPS) Overview
$2.2B Revenue
10,000+ Employees
Products
95+ Countries
Aftermarket
Services
Projects
Field Devices,
Sensors, Wireless,
Control Systems,
Advanced Applications
Maintenance,
Software Upgrades,
Parts Management,
Remote Diagnostics,
Lifecycle
Management,
Safety and Security
Integrated Systems
Application
Project Services
Refining, Pulp &
Paper, Mining
Oil & Gas,
Power
Life Sciences,
Chemicals
HPS Delivers Automation Expertise to Process Industries
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What Makes Us Different?
• Best in class project execution of large integrated solutions
– World-class project delivery: 98%+ of projects on-budget, on- time*
– Best-in-class safety record**
– Global delivery and support in over 90 countries
• A broad portfolio (sensor to supply chain management) providing a
more complete solution
• Necessary domain expertise to deliver quantifiable business
benefits. We focus on delivering results not products
– Expert staff with experience to help you get results
– Performance-based contracting
• Sustaining benefits from automation investments - through
lifecycle services
– Never leave a customer behind. Upgrade at customers pace.
– Over 3,000 services professionals worldwide
*source: CII
**source: CII, ACC
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HPS Technology Leadership
World’s first
automation
vendor to
World’s first
incorporate
smart
ASM® research
transmitter
1999
1983
World’s most advanced World’s first TUV
SIL3 Certified
integrated operator
Safety System
solution: Operations
2005
Management Pro
2004
World’s first single
wireless network:
2007
OneWireless
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2005
2002
World’s first Process
Knowledge System:
Experion PKS
1988
World’s most
popular DCS I/O
released
1998
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World’s first hybrid
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World’s first
control system
distributed control
system
World’s first
systemintegrated online, real-time
corrosion
sensor
World’s most
innovative
platform
technology:
Experion
R300
HPS Leads the Way in Technology Innovation
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Industry Accolades
• Technology and Business Enabler Award from
START magazine and IBM
• 2007 Frost & Sullivan Award for Market
Leadership in automation and software solutions
for the Oil & Gas Industry
• Engineers’ Choice Award from Control
Engineering magazine for Profit Suite
• For the fifth year in a row, HPS named a “Hottest
Company” by START-IT magazine
• Field Device Manager named 2007 product of the
year by Plant Engineering Magazine
• 2006 Control System/SCADA Security Leadership
Award for Cyber Security from SANS Institute
• Control Engineering’s Editors’ Choice Award for
Experion R300 and UniSim Simulation
Technology
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Sample Customer List
REFINING
OIL & GAS
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TotalFina Elf
ExxonMobil
Chevron Texaco
BP
Royal Dutch Shell
ConocoPhillips
KNPC
Syncrude
POWER
GENERATION
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TXU
LG&E
Progress Energy
China National
Electric
• Termoelectrica
BP
ConocoPhillips
Syncrude
Imperial Oil (XOM)
PDVSA
Repsol
ADGas
Statoil
CHEMICALS
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Basell
BP Chemicals
DuPont
Exxon Mobil
Nova Chemicals
Sinopec
PULP, PAPER &
PRINTING
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Kimberly-Clark
Weyerhaeuser
Georgia Pacific
Stora Enso
LIFE SCIENCES
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Eli Lilly
Merck
Johnson & Johnson
Pfizer
GlaxoSmithKline
METALS, MINERALS
& MINING
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Alcoa
BHP Billiton
Alcan
Aluminum Oxide Stade
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Five Initiatives
• Provide focus for the future growth and performance of Honeywell
 Growth
 Productivity
 Cash
 People
 Enablers: Honeywell Operating System, Functional
Transformation, Velocity Product Development TM
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Behaviors
• The following behaviors provide a framework that helps us
ensure that we hire, assess, develop, promote and reward
people appropriately. The behaviors also provide a roadmap for
how each person can contribute to Honeywell and our five
initiatives.
 Growth and Customer
 Global Mindset
Focus
 Intelligent Risk Taking
 Leadership Impact
 Self-Aware/Learner
 Gets Results
 Effective Communicator
 Makes People Better
 Integrative Thinker
 Champions Change
 Technical or Functional
 Fosters Teamwork and
Excellence
Diversity
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Our Headquarters
• Each of Honeywell’s four business lines is headquartered in a
different city. Each division has many locations across America.
This combination of career and geographic diversity can take you
where you want to go.
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Influence a Global Community
• You will have the opportunity to work with Honeywell’s
international community to help drive global leadership
• Locations in 100 countries
• 446 locations in the United States alone
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Honeywell in EMEA
• Honeywell operates in over 30 countries in Europe, the Middle
East, and Africa
– Including Belgium, Switzerland, Romania, Russia, Saudi Arabia
• SBGs Presence
– Automation & Control Solutions is the largest, with nearly 20,000
employees
– Transportation Systems is next largest, with over 5,000
• Largest employee populations located in:
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United Kingdom (over 8,000)
Germany (over 6,000)
France (over 3,000)
Czech Republic (over 2,000)
Italy (over 1,000)
Netherlands (over 1,000)
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Go Further
• Honeywell’s culture offers career advantages that will
quickly increase your skills and earning potential for
years to come
LEARN FROM THE BEST
“I get to work side-by-side with
the best minds in the business.”
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Industry Pioneers
Team Approach
Prestigious Clients
Level Playing Field
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Go Faster
• Honeywell is an innovative and performance-driven
company where everyday challenges make the world
better
STAY ON THE CUTTING EDGE
“I actually get to see my ideas turn
into new products and services.”
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Leading Patent Holder
Results-Oriented Environment
On-Going Career Training
Six Sigma Plus
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Jumpstart Your Career…with JetPro
Junior Engineers Training Program
• JetPro is a one-year graduate development program specially
designed for the Junior Engineers in HPS
• You will get all skills needed for your job – both technical and
non-technical
• You will go through various methods of learning – classroom, onthe-job, mentoring
• The program will be finalised by the formal Honeywell graduation
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What is in JET PRO for you
• Quick orientation in Honeywell and your new job
• You will be part of an international team, building a network of
colleagues across Europe, Middle East and Africa
• Working on interesting projects and engineering tasks
• Specialized technical knowledge and skills
• Working abroad, as part of the international team
• Exposure to senior executives
• Mentoring relationships that can be leveraged for more opportunity
• Feedback and frequent coaching
• Formal appraisals, participation in your own reviews and frequent
feedback keeps your goals in sight and your career on track.
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Who are we looking for
Educational background
• Min Bachelor Degree or equivalent technical education in relevant engineering
field
• Excellent educational records
Other Critical Skills
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PC literate (standard Microsoft office user a minimum)
Excellent English a must, additional EMEA languages preferred
Good communication & interpersonal skills
Mobility
Other competencies
• International Mindset
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Integrative thinking
Teamwork oriented
Enthusiastic and willing to learn
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What does Honeywell offer long-term
• Continuous development of your knowledge and skills
• Working for the best clients and on the most interesting projects
in the industry
• Truly international environment
• Many career opportunities within various Honeywell businesses
• We invest in your development and help you maximize the path
to success and own your career.
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How can you apply
• Send your CV and graduate records (recommendation letter from
the Department you graduated in will be a +) to Krasimira Sevova
([email protected]) up to April 15, 2009
• Local interview will be appointed April 15 to April 30
• JetPro management interview (in English) May 7 to May 20
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www.honeywell.com/careers
“100 Best Places to Work in IT 2006”
[ ComputerWorld ]
“Hottest Company of the Year”
[ Start Magazine, 8/05]
“EFY – Readers Choice Award 2005”
[ Electronics For You (India’s Electronics Magazine) ]
“2005 Gold SABRE Award – Community Relations”
[ Honeywell Hometown Solutions FMA Live! ]
“Most Admired Company” – #7 in the Aerospace &
Defense Industry
[ Fortune Magazine 2005 ]
“Top 25 Employers for MBA’s”
[ Fortune, 9/05 ]
“Best Workplaces For Commuters from the Fortune
500” – #71, 2004
“2006 Most Admired Companies for Minority
Professionals 2006”
[Black Engineer Magazine]
“Best Places to Work for Minorities”
[ US Black Engineer and IT Magazine (also
listed in Hispanic Engineer and IT Magazine
and Women of Color Conference
Magazine), Fall 2005 ]
“Top Diversity Employers Award”
[ The Black Collegian, 09/05 ]
“50 Most Important Hispanics in Technology
& Business for 2005”
– Ramon Baez, Hispanic Engineer and IT
Magazine
“Most Successful Women”
– Nance Dicciani, Fortune Magazine 2005
“Women Worth Watching”
– Nance Dicciani, Diversity Journal 2005
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Questions?
Contact
Krasimira Sevova
[email protected]
+ 359 2 4020986
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