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Support an important national security mission in Kansas City, MO and Albuquerque, NM
Are you looking for a career with an important mission? Join our 6,000 employees who work at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Kansas City National Security Campus (KCNSC), managed by Honeywell FM&T, who are passionate about our national security mission to ensure the safety, security and reliability of our nation’s nuclear deterrent at an advanced manufacturing facility. Together, we solve complex problems and generate cutting-edge solutions.


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Alta Bailey - Chemical Engineer ll
Meet Alta Bailey, a chemical engineer at the KCNSC. Alta walks us through how she is shaping the future through her work with 3D printing and why she enjoys the work she does. Hear more from Alta here.
Computing Goes Super at the Kansas City National Security Campus
Curie, the Kansas City National Security Campus’s (KCNSC) latest high-powered computer (HPC), doubles the site’s computing capacity and supports advanced simulations needed to help solve some of the nation’s most complex national security challenges.Learn More
Arturo Pino - a Senior Mechanical Engineer
Meet Arturo Pino, a senior mechanical engineer at the KCNSC. Arturo walks us through how he is shaping the future through his work with polymer-additive manufacturing. Hear more from Arturo here.