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Quality or Engineering Manager or Director

October 19, 2018

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Christopher Mascoli

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Burlington, CT


Quality Manager

SKF Group – Winsted, CT – 2017-2018

Responsible for the Quality organization at the SKF Precision Aerospace Bearing site.

Managed the development and production incorporation of SAFRAN and Rolls Royce ceramic bearings.

Worked with customers and staff to develop product requirements.

Led 3rd party AS9100 and customer audits.

Initiated site Corrective Action Board to address late deliveries, scrap, rework and repair.

Supervision of Quality Supervisors, Quality Administrators, Quality Engineering and Level 3 inspectors.

Pratt & Whitney LCS Representative

Managed the Internal Auditing process.

Key achievements

Managed successful installation of Automated Aerospace FPI line

Instituted Manufacturing Corrective Action Board

Successfully worked with cross functional team from other SKF locations on plant manufacturing improvements

Completed updates of Aerospace Policies and Procedures during Quality Council meetings

Corporate Quality Manager

Transdigm Group - Valencia CA, Nogales Mex, Branford CT - 2017

Responsible for the Quality organization at all Transdigm HarcoSemco sites.

Ensured compliance to the QMS by directing quality policies, standards, procedures, programs and practices.

Directed the improvement of existing and new policies to maximize productivity while ensuring ongoing compliance with AS9100, customer requirements and regulatory agencies.

Worked closely with Engineering and Operations to drive continuous product quality improvement.

Supervision of Quality staff and FAA Repair Station Accountable Managers.

Key Achievements

Successful achievement of UTC Supplier Gold

Successful creation of UTC approved Quality clinic at Branford site

Merger of 3 sites into one Quality System and Manual

Led successful AS9100 and FAA audits at the Valencia and Branford facilities

Attained NADCAP Weld approval at the Valencia site.

Quality Manager and company FAA Liaison

Kaman Aerospace - Bloomfield, CT - 2015 through 2016

Aerospace division primary Federal Aeronautical Administration liaison.

FAA Part 145 Repair Station Accountable Manager and FAA Part 21 delegated Accountable Manager.

Project Manager for FAA Production Certificate upgrade from “Spares Only” to full aircraft production.

Worked with Engineering to achieve FAA Type Certification for the KMAX helicopter.

Primary accountable Interface with DCMA personnel.

Worked with Lockheed Martin personnel on the Unmanned KMAX helicopter.

Onsite Material Lab Manager, Internal Audit management and Kaman Aerospace MRB Chair person.

Supervision of Quality Engineers, Supplier Quality, Flight Test inspectors and hourly inspection staff.

Key achievements

Led successful FAA full Aircraft Production Certificate project

Led successful third party AS9100/ISO 9001 Recertification for Aerospace and Composites divisions

Completed cross-training program for Quality department

Various Technical and Leadership Positions

United Technologies Pratt & Whitney - Multiple locations 1997 to 2015

Summary of positions-

Manager, Military Customer Support Engineering– Pratt &Whitney Operational Military Engines

Customer Support Engineering responsibility for United Technologies Aerospace Systems (UTAS) internal and

Category 1 Supplier components (DEEC, MFC, AFC, AFP, AFPC, CIVV Actuator Cylinder, CIVV Control, CENC, Engine Inlet Anti Icing Valve FOC, FTIT Probe, P&D Valve, RCVV Actuators, Feedback cables etc.

Managed Customer Support Engineers performing investigations and driving corrective actions.

Supported Field Service Representatives and customers at US and non-US locations.

Authored and reviewed Position Papers to convey Pratt & Whitney's technical and logistical recommendations to the field upon resolution of complex technical issues.

Managed teams sent out to customer locations for special inspections, data collection and evaluation of designs.

Presented major issues and proposed solutions to internal team and external customers during high level meetings.

Led activities in developing and executing field implementation plans for new and modified configuration hardware.

Coordinated activities to resolve issues affecting engine readiness and customer satisfaction.

Responsible for Maintenance Awareness Process (MAP), Periodic Engineering Excellence Review (PEER) and Pilot Awareness Program at customer locations.

Key Achievements

Resolution of multiple field events achieving root cause and establishing corrective actions

Supervision of Controls and Systems Military Customer Support Engineers

Organizational benchmark for MERLIN resolution by established due dates.

Resolution of multiple Controls and Systems Deficiency reports by established due dates.

Led and facilitated numerous Kaizen and VSM events

Engine Module Manager – Pratt & Whitney Hot Section Engineering

Managed the design, development and validation of the LPT, HPT and TEC for the PWPS FT4000 Program.

Responsible for the planning and execution of multiple IPT work packages regarding the conversion of the PW4000 flight module for industrial usage.

Responsible for the overall program planning of tasks, managing schedule budget and manpower of all module tasks under the P&W IPD process.

Key Achievements

Successful completion of Module level review with all action items addressed

Completed analysis, D2 and D3 reviews for the HPT Case, Rotor, BOAS, HPT Blades and Vanes, LPT Blades and Vanes

Quality Manager– Pratt &Whitney Core Quality

Responsible for the Product Recall Process of Pratt & Whitney.

Supervision of Pratt & Whitney Quality Assurance Customer Support team

Interfaced with Engineering, DCMA, FAA, Module Centers, Value Streams and Suppliers regarding Major Escapes.

Worked to achieve timely product resolution and minimize impact to Pratt & Whitney customers.

Directed and Coordinated Escape Investigations through the control of suspect nonconforming material.

Conducted immediate impact assessments for loose and assembled suspect nonconforming material.

Developed, implemented and issued recall plans for internal & external product.

Interfaced with Fleet Chief’s, Engineering and Customer Support Engineering in the development of technical recommendations for affected product, including field management plans.

Instructor for various Engineering Technical University courses.

Key Achievements

60% reduction in Significant Escapes, 51 % reduction in High Impact Events, 39% reduction in “Action Required” 6015’s.

Authored new procedures to address holes in the Escapes Process and establish improvements.

Wrote 100% Containment Standard Work.

Industrial Engineering Manager- Pratt & Whitney Hot Section Engineering

Member of the Next Generation Part Family (NGPF) Externals “Tiger Team”.

Timely resolution of issues affecting responsible hardware MRP.

Managed and prioritized Engineering Changes for responsible product.

Worked with Supply Chain Managers and Purchasing to resolve vendor issues.

Engineering leadership of internal and external quality issues and escapes for responsible product.

Configuration Change Board (MCCB) representation for class 1 Engineering Changes.

E-SRI resolution for responsible hardware.

Key Achievements

Successfully managed the design and delivery of the BA NGPF AOC Ducts to Engine X735803.

Successfully managed the design and delivery of the MRJ NGPF ACC Systems for MRJ Engine X743403.

Managed the production incorporation of multiple producability and cost reduction Engineering Changes.

Engineering and Quality Integration Manager – Pratt & Whitney Operational Military Engines (OME)

Primary military domestic (USAF, USN) and foreign customer (Israel, South Korea, Greece, Poland etc.) contact for resolving significant Engineering and Quality Escapes on F100, F119, J52 and TF33 Operational Military Engines.

Third person to attain position. First person asked to expand responsibilities to include F119 engines and hardware.

Consulted and participated in F135 escape investigations as required.

Launched Problem Review Teams upon notification to prevent delays to engine shipments and maintain customer satisfaction.

Utilized UTC Achieving Competitive Excellence (ACE) tool suite to lead teams in finding true Root Cause and establishing Corrective Actions which met customer expectations for all significant escapes.

Worked with Supplier Quality Management in formulating robust Corrective Actions for vendor escapes.

Managed Technical Teams in formulating an Engineering recommendation for customer review.

Established trust and confidence with all customers (USAF, USN, IAF etc.) regarding achieving true RC and robust CA’s.

Engineering Project Manager for the Non-dimensional Key Process Characteristic initiative.

Assisted Contracts Management during F100 “Consideration” negotiations.

Key Achievements

Successful resolution of 150 plus significant escapes lifting product holds and allowing Pratt & Whitney engines and details to be sold to various customers.

Successful generation of Non-dimensional Key Process Characteristics for F100, F119 and F117 Engine Programs by the required due date.

Received award from the Chief Engineer, SDC&I for exceptional support of the USAF customer.

Project Engineer/Project Manager/IPT Leader-Combustor, Augmentor and Nozzle Module Center (CANMC)

Integrated Product Team Leader for various major Hot Section components. Leadership of multi- discipline teams in the design and manufacture of production and development hardware.

Maintained schedules and budgets to support all projects to execution.

Budget Cost Account Manager (CAM) for responsible product.

F119 Nozzle Production Support Manager.

Engineering focal for F119 Exhaust Nozzle Engine Center and CANMC production floor and supplier issues.

Primary point of contact for Engine Center Defense Contract Management Agency (DCMA) F119 Exhaust Nozzle Middletown Engine Center issues. Maintained rapport with DCMA contacts to manage and resolve questions and issues. Worked with CANMC and Engine Center Quality personnel as required to understand and resolve issues that impacted engine deliveries.

CANMC Material Review Engineering Manager. Established and maintained MRE schedule, including W/E and 2nd shift coverage.

Key Achievements

Project Leader for F119 Titanium Beta 21S Product Cost Reduction task. Task changed material in several major F119 Hot Section assemblies from Ti Alloy C to Ti Beta 21S. Successfully managed task from concept through production incorporation. Key milestone in meeting F119 Engine cost target.

Project Leader for F119 Nozzle Liner Threaded Stud and collar Product Cost Reduction task. Successfully managed task from conceptual design through full production incorporation. Key milestone in meeting F119 Engine cost target.

Project Leader for F119 Nozzle Extended Sidewall Liner Product Cost Reduction task. Managed task from concept to production incorporation successfully. Task was a key milestone in meeting F119 Engine cost target.

Project Leader for several major Component Improvement (CIP) tasks including the F119 Nozzle Flight line Removable Convergent Divergent Hinge Cover, Liner retaining Clips and Pins etc.

Received multiple awards for performance and customer satisfaction.

Manufacturing Engineer - Combustor, Augmentor and Nozzle Module Center, Seals and Cases Business Center

Part responsibility for JT8 Containment Shields.

Manufacturing Engineering assistance for F119 Nozzle manufacturing cell transition from West Palm Beach, Florida to

Key Achievements

Engineering Project Leader for the transition of CANMC JT8D Containment Shields from East Hartford, CT to Chengdu Aerotech.

Pratt & Whitney Manufacturing Engineering Development Program (MEDP) participant

The MEDP is a two-year rotational program that provides four six-month Engineering, Manufacturing Engineering, Quality and Supervisory assignments.

Completed assignments on various engine section hardware including Turbines, Compressors, Augmentors, and Combustors from Engine Programs including PW4000, PW2000, V2500, JT8D, F100, F135 and F119.

Utilized various CNC programming techniques including UG Mill and PW Lathe during rotations with part responsibility

Manufacturing Engineer - Cases and Combustors Product Center, Fan Cases Business Unit.

Part responsibility for PW4000 (all variants) Bleed Ducts, Valves and Bleed Valve Duct Assemblies.

Process development and Manufacturing Engineering support for milling, turning and assembly. .

Business Unit Environmental Health and Safety Auditor.


MBA, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 2001

Bachelors in Manufacturing Engineering, Central Connecticut State University 1997


Pratt & Whitney Manufacturing Engineering Development Program Graduate

Pratt & Whitney certified Achieving Competitive Excellence (ACE) Level C “Master”

- Certified in all Swim Lanes (Generalist, Lean, Dive/Procert and DFX)

Pratt & Whitney ESW Proficiency Level 3 Project Engineer, IPT Leader and Industrial Manager

PPAP certification

Pratt & Whitney certified Material Review Engineer (MRE)

Certified Internal Auditor

Pratt & Whitney LCS certified

Computer Skills

SAP, TipQa, MS Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Project, Access, IMAN/Teamcenter, Unigraphics NX 2d, Solid

Modeling, Assemblies, UG Mill, PW Lathe, APT programming, CAPP2, ATCAPP

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