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Systems Engineering Employee Profiles

Hear what our systems engineers have to say about Boeing.

Brian Carbrey

Brian Carbrey

Systems Engineer,
St. Louis, Missouri

“In our Immersive Development Environment, we created a setting where people can enter into a virtual reality as an avatar. It allows us to interact in real-time with products that may or may not already be built, with people all over the globe.”

Suzanne Hawkins

Suzanne Hawkins

Systems Engineer, BR&T
Kent, Washington

“I think one of the coolest things about Boeing is that we have positions in almost every field. We work in space. We work in air traffic management. We build airplanes. So, as an engineer, you could do any of those jobs and stay in the same company. It’s really rewarding to see work that we do in a lab develop into an amazing product. That’s a daily occurrence.”

Eric Hauquitz

Eric Hauquitz

Systems Engineer
St. Louis, Missouri

“When we face problems, we can reach outside and inside. There’s not a lot of barriers, as far as trying to find solutions. In our most recent project, we were having some trouble maintaining the ten thousandths of an inch gap for some seams. We came together and essentially built a system, defining the new process to really get a more accurate guesstimate tolerance using new tools. We were able to find a solution that actually ended up cutting the install time by around ten hours. It worked out well, and we will look wherever we can for expertise, if we need to”

Linda Thomas

Linda Thomas

Associate Technical Fellow and Chemical Risk Assessment Leader for Environment, Health and Safety in Boeing Defense, Space & Security
Renton, Washington

Linda Thomas helps to ensure that the full range of Boeing’s defense and space products meet the environmental requirements of a diverse and complex mix of customers. For example, a chrome-free paint or primer developed for one program may not meet the specifications for a different product.

Boeing has made substantial progress in developing chrome-free paints and primers, which are used on a variety of military products, including the AH-64 Apache helicopter; the V-22 Osprey tiltrotor aircraft; and the F-15E Strike Eagle, Chinook helicopter, F/A-18E/F Super Hornet and EA-18G Growler tactical aircraft.

“Our customers look to us to ensure that their aircraft can be operated in an environmentally responsible way anywhere in the world. We know that a single technology won’t meet the needs of every program. My goal is to provide the tools and technical expertise so that each program can develop the best solutions. I feel like I’m making a difference for future generations. The decisions I make today will affect people tomorrow. When I see hazardous waste disposals and full landfills, I see the legacy of the past 50 years. I want the next 50 years to be different.”

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