Propulsion Design Engineer @ Boeing Commercial Airplanes
Flight Test Engineer @ Flight Test Associates
Bachelor's of Science, Aerospace, Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering @
Dynamic lead engineer experienced in product integration, risk management, flight test, ground test, part design, analysis, liaison engineering, and tooling design. Executes leadership and managerial skills through directing cross-commodity teams to accomplish one statement of work and implement changes when required. Possesses the ability to lead and inspire others to accomplish project goals and track to a
Dynamic lead engineer experienced in product integration, risk management, flight test, ground test, part design, analysis, liaison engineering, and tooling design. Executes leadership and managerial skills through directing cross-commodity teams to accomplish one statement of work and implement changes when required. Possesses the ability to lead and inspire others to accomplish project goals and track to a program schedule.
Versatile having a Bachelor of Science degree in Aeronautical/Astronautical Engineering emphasizing in rocket propulsion and aerodynamics with real world practical knowledge in design, test, and analysis. Currently hold a private pilot’s license with a single engine land rating.
Product Review Engineer @ 737 Classic Wing&Empennage Cell Lead:
•Trained new Product Review Engineers and delegated daily responsibilities.
•Coordinated daily with 737 Classic customers to assist with Service Requests.
737 Classic Service Culture Focal:
•Responsible for employee engagement and work satisfaction for all Seal Beach employees.
737 Classic Wing&Empennage Management Integration Team (MIT) Focal:
•Coordinated daily with Fleet Chiefs, executive management, managers, and engineers to provide status updates.
737 Classic Damage Tolerance Analysis (DTA) Focal:
•Tracked DTA jobs to ensure dates to customers are met. From November 2013 to Present (2 years 2 months) Propulsion Design Engineer @ 737MAX Propulsion Risk, Issue, Opportunity (RIO) Focal:
•Managed all Propulsion owned Risks, Issues, and Opportunities
737MAX Propulsion Safety Focal:
•Coordinated with design engineers, Authorized Representatives (ARs), and airplane safety focal(s) to ensure completion dates were met for safety documents.
737MAX Propulsion Maintenance Focal:
•Coordinated with mechanics, managers, suppliers, and engineers to ensure reliability and maintainability of the 737MAX.
737MAX Propulsion System Readiness Operational Validation (SROV) Focal:
•Coordinated across IPTs to facilitate Service Ready Operational Validation kickoff.
Leadership and Management:
•Co-lead in the Propulsion Systems Diversity Council (PSDC)
•Responsible for defining and executing strategic objectives of the council.
•Managed external communications and branding, including the website and news releases to the Boeing community.
•Facilitated Diversity Council events and diversity fairs. From September 2012 to November 2013 (1 year 3 months) Flight Test Engineer @ Flight Test:
•Flight test on Citation 550 re-engine, Citation S550 re-engine, Boeing 707 re-engine, Pilatus PC-12 re-engine, and Beechjet 400 re-engine.
•Flight test engineer for flights including: takeoff and landing characteristics, SFO landing characteristics, cruise performance, stall characteristics, single engine characteristics, negative g, VMCA, noise testing, thrust reverser deployment, handling qualities, and weather sampling.
•Accrued 150 total flight hours during test flights.
•Wrote test reports based on data and observations recorded throughout the test flights.
•Determined the required starter generator airflow on Pilatus PC-12 re-engine project.
•Determined the cause of increased drag on Boeing 707 re-engine project due to engine re-location.
•Determined drag on a Disney dragon glider.
•Determined the increased drag on Gulfstream II NASA HIWC project due to the addition of under-wing pylons and fuselage radomes.
•Determined pipe flow characteristics required on Gulfstream II NASA HIWC purge system.
•Designed doublers, triplers, and repairs for aircraft modification.
•Designed bomb rack for Sabreliner test bed.
•Designed battery tray for Pilatus PC-12.
•Designed upper radome, interior and window blank for Gulfstream II. From May 2008 to September 2012 (4 years 5 months)
Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.), Business Administration and Management, General @ California State University-Long Beach From 2014 to 2016 Bachelor's of Science, Aerospace, Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering @ Purdue University From 2003 to 2008 Brian Budzinski is skilled in: Engineering Design, Flight Test Engineering, Integration Engineering, Aerodynamics, Manufacturing, Microsoft Office, Catia, AutoCAD, ENOVIA LCA, IVT, Gambit, Testing, CATIA, Aerospace, Flight Test
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