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Engineer Engineering

Bothell, Washington, United States
January 30, 2018

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Bothell, WA



Award winning engineer with demonstrated excellent team leadership and technical problem solving skills. Contributed numerous new innovations resulting in significant company cost and time savings. Adept at finding inefficiencies in office processes and factory production and developing lean solutions to improve productivity and quality with the proven leadership skills to rally support and implement change. TECHNICAL SKILLS

CATIA V5, SolidWorks, ENOVIA, PDM, IVT, MyBoeingFleet, REDARS, GD&T Advanced MS Office user – Excel / Word / PowerPoint PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Engineer, Boeing Company, Everett, WA, Oct 2007 – March 2017 Structure & Payloads Design Engineer

• Developed, maintained and modified interior cargo compartment furnishings component designs including vertical sidewall, sloping sidewall, access panels, floors, ceilings, doors, placards, nets and all supporting structure.

• Developed 777X cargo sidewall liners / access panels / support structure and placards via NRPD (Non-Recurring Product Development) process. Responsible for spatial integration with interfacing groups, new design feasibility studies, product definition development via CATIA fly-thru and presentations; flammability joint certification testing support; supplier RFP presentations - design and material specs

• Solved over 500+ engineering errors related to 747/767/777 cargo furnishings design, installation and in-service issues. Performed on-site engineering support with Liaison Engineering during factory build to ensure proper installation.

• Managed Zodiac Aerospace 767-2C (Tanker) cargo part production issues. Maintained a work-in-progress board to track design change release schedule with priority based on factory build urgency and team capacity.

• Redesigned 747-8F main deck ceiling (access panel configuration) resulting in company savings $260K per year. Design change and cost savings proposal presented to Chief Engineer TRB for Do-Proceed project approval.

• Redesigned 747-8F cargo smoke detector guards resulting in 13 lbs weights savings per airplane and $61K company cost savings.

• Co-Authored flammability joint test plans for cargo compartment smoke / halon retention and flame penetration certification.

• Co-Authored, implemented, and maintained engineering change form and checklist reducing downstream errors in the drawing release process. Rotation Engineer – Tooling, Manufacturing & Stress

• Recognized for designing a 3D printed 787 brake assembly installation tool resulting in 30 minutes faster installation and prevention of catastrophic injury to mechanics.

• 747 Section 41 Structures Manufacturing Engineer. Lead team onsite @ Spirit Aerosystems (Wichita) to identify open structure holes. Corrected all Section 41 mechanic fastener visual checklists during the one-month assignment.

• 777 Wing Stress Engineer. Responsible for FEA analysis of in service fuselage cracks. Co-authored analysis of stress applied to 777 wings during robotic painting.

• Conducted a Cargo System Health Assessment on-site @ Evergreen Maintenance Facility (Taipei) for EVA Airlines. Conducted complete electrical / mechanical test of the cargo system checking for reported fleet issues and fielding questions and complaints from the cargo handling crew.

Team Leadership

• Led team of 50+ engineers and tech designers to Boeing Level 4 LEAN certification for improving organization of design and manufacturing engineering server data.

• Led the technical review, corrective actions, and authored certification plan for FAA voluntary disclosure of cargo ceiling missing joint flammability data. Developed and instructed a training class to mitigate future errors.

• Led design changes through complete engineering release process - investigation, redesign, and drawing release.

• Led quality team to improve first pass drawing quality by reducing errors by 25% via weekly error metrics presentations and incorporating top errors to review checklist. Technical Analyst, 787 Interiors Certification

• Authored various interior commodity certification documents working directly with FAA Regulatory Administration to certify interior payload designs. EDUCATION

BS, Mechanical Engineering, Seattle University, Seattle WA, 2008 CERTIFICATES + TRAINING

Engineer-In Training / Fundamentals of Engineering – WA State Certified LEAN - Six Sigma – Green Belt training

Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing (GD&T) training HONORS + AWARD

“Pride in Excellence Award”, Boeing 2014, 2015, 2016 Boeing Asian-American Professional Association LEAD Leadership Development

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