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Engineer Mechanical

East Hampton, Connecticut, United States
October 28, 2016

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Wayne A. Stanley

** ********* **., **** *******, CT 06424 860-***-****


Mechanical Engineer with extensive hands-on experience in electronic control systems. Strong electro-mechanical system problem-solving, project engineering, program management and configuration management skills.


1999 - 2012 Pratt & Whitney, East Hartford, Connecticut

Systems Design and Compenent Integration Engineer (2006 - 2012): Primary responsibilities involved externals and controls for the F135 engine program. System configuration management, coordinating Class 1 Engineering Changes, development engine configuration management, and production support

Systems Design and Compenent Integration Engineer (2003 - 2006): Primary responsibilities involved external and control systems integration for the F119 engine program.

Customer Support Engineer (1999 - 2003): Technical lead for externals and electronic control systems for F100-PW-100/220/220E/229 engines for both USAF and FMS/EPG customers.

1985 - 1991 Pratt & Whitney, West Palm Beach, Florida

1995 - 1999

Customer Support Engineer (1997 - 1999): Liason for issues involving electronic controls for F100-PW-220/220E/229 engines for both USAF and FMS/EPG customers. Active role in supporting customers at SA-ALC, ASC, ACC and various MAJCOMS.

Support Equipment Engineer (1995 - 1997): Responsible for overseeing production of electro-mechanical complex support equipment, and supporting military products in the field.

Senior Materials Technician (1985 - 1991): Specialized in metal powder production; involved in the design and fabrication of metal powder processing equipment.

1980-1984 United States Air Force - Strategic Air Command

Team Training Branch Instructor - Wing Headquarters (1981 - 1984): Trained newly-assigned personnel, developed and coordinated Technical Order changes.

Missile Systems Analyst Specialist (1980 - 1981): Electro-mechanical team chief on Minuteman Missile weapons systems.


Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering

Florida Atlantic University - 1994

Member Tau Beta Pi

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