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TERRENCE P.

WILSON
El Paso, Texas 79912 SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS
Senior Project/Reliability Engineer with 35 years of progressive technical leadership experience in product development, failure analysis, warranty systems development and customer technical interface for a global product manufacturer. Salary is negotiable. Functional Experience: Product/Reliability Engineering, Product Design, Noise & Vibration Engineering, Customer Interface/Field Service Engineering, Overseas work experience in Europe and Asia. Technical Tools: 5-Phase Analysis, Shainin Red-X, Process Flow Diagrams (PFD), Failure Mode & Effects Analysis (FMEA), Process Control Plans (PCP), Six-Sigma, Lean Engineering Principles Selected Skills: Product/Design Improvement Warranty Analysis Customer Interface Noise & Vibration Analysis Training/Mentoring Problem Solving Reliability Engineering Shainin Training Six Sigma Training Supplier Quality HVAC Systems DC Electric Motors

Cell Phone: 716-390-3046 U.S. 656-642-8557 MEX. terrbear332@gmail.com

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE DELPHI THERMAL SYSTEMS, Ciudad Juarez, Mexico 2004 - Present Senior Project Engineer Blower Motor Applications; Responsible for the selection, validation and application of HVAC fractional horsepower DC blower motors. Develop requirements and write specifications for performance, durability and NVH characteristics. Troubleshoot failure modes and work directly in vendor facilities to correct quality concerns. Mentor & develop new engineers. Extended residence at vendor facilities overseas developing quality and warranty analysis systems. Support annual savings of $500,000 by facilitating new vendor implementation and current vendor cost workshops. Technical Lead/Mentor for new Product Engineers outside of the U.S.A. Provide training in the use of warranty analysis techniques, motor selection criteria and project documentation requirements. DELPHI THERMAL SYSTEMS, Lockport, New York 1978 - 2004 Senior Project Engineer (2000 - 2004) HVAC Noise & Vibration; Responsible for the development, validation and application of NVH solutions for HVAC systems. Developed test methods for integration of airflow and noise measurements. Developed and implemented method to introduce low noise airflow supply to the HVAC system allowing accurate noise measurement. Developed low cost motor isolation systems resulting in $75,000 annual savings. Implemented a NASA developed natural frequency generation and measurement system for brush type motors.
Senior Project Engineer (1996 - 1999) Blower Motor Applications; Responsible for the selection, validation and application of HVAC fractional horsepower DC blower motors. Develop requirements and write specifications for performance, durability and NVH characteristics. Implement Reliability Engineering Lessons Learned warranty analysis issues to HVAC blower motor selection resulting in 40% warranty reduction. Developed new purchased part requirements including supplier assessment, part specification, test matrix, and part implementation plans. Senior Contact Engineer (1992 - 1996) HVAC Module Component Engineer; Responsible for the development of several Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) vehicle platform HVAC Air Handling modules. Manage design direction, develop corrective actions for engineering concerns, create and implement validation plans. Lead Product Development Team activities with internal teams and O.E.M. customer interface. Primary module design liaison with O.E.M. customer. Developed new module specifications jointly with customer systems engineers, reducing prototype re-work and testing.
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PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE (CONTINUED)


Senior Reliability Engineer (1989 - 1991) HVAC Systems Reliability Group Leader; Assist development of new vehicle systems by providing current warranty information and future reliability forecast from O.E.M. corporate warranty system and external sources. Coordinate development of corrective actions for known failure modes. Conduct O.E.M. customer plant pilot reviews for correct product use. Group leader responsible for establishing group norms, employee goals & evaluations, new employee mentoring and budget maintenance. Developed warranty reporting techniques and established reliability goals for components. Developed new warranty analysis techniques to better identify field failure modes. Product Engineer (1985 - 1989) Product Service Engineer; Assembly plant, dealership & O.E.M. customer interface; Responsible for eight O.E.M. assembly plants, two O.E.M. diagnostic centers, and numerous dealerships from the Midwest to West coast. Conduct HVAC system training programs and analyze discrepant products. Develop and publish new diagnostic and repair procedures Group leader responsible for establishing group norms, employee goals & evaluations, new employee mentoring and budget maintenance. Developed service techniques for HVAC & engine cooling systems jointly with customers. Introduced video training guides for assembly plant procedure and audits. Senior Product Design Detailer (1980 - 1984) HVAC & Heat Exchanger Design Draftsman; Prepare detail, design drawings, checking revisions and bills of material. Develop design concepts and detail engineering concepts. Check detail and assembly drawings from other draftsmen for conformance to company and government design, safety and drafting standards. Prepare drawing and document packages for production release. Material and / or Design Change Coordination; Compile, analyze and document engineering request for design revisions. Prepare marked prints and manage the design change approval process meetings Project Technician (1978 1980) Heat Exchanger & HVAC Technician; Follow-up of various engineering projects. Outside vendor contact for project coordination. Observe and or run pre-production builds. Document project materials, time, cost and test results.

SPAULDING FIBER CORPORATION- MONOGRAM INDUSTRIES, TONAWANDA, NEW YORK 1977 - 1978 Production Technician Supervisor of night shift personnel; Responsible for production and quality of computer controlled resin treatment process. Document and maintain process control parameters. EDUCATION
STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE AT BUFFALO 1300 Elmwood Avenue, Buffalo, New York 14222 BACHELOR OF SCIENCE, INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY, MAY 1985 NIAGARA COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE 3111 Saunders Settlement Road, Sanborn, New York 14132 ASSOCIATES IN APPLIED SCIENCE, MECHANICAL TECHNOLOGY, JUNE 1977

TRAINING/DEVELOPMENT
2004 PROJECT MANAGEMENT ESSENTIALS Advanced Integrated Technologies Group Incorporated 2003 SIX SIGMA GREEN BELT American Management Association 2001 NOISE & VIBRATION CONTROL ENGINEERING The Pennsylvania State University 1996 SHAININ RED-X MASTER TRAINING 1985 FUNDAMENTALS OF AIR CONDITIONING; CERTIFIED AUTOMOTIVE HVAC TECHNICIAN. General Motors Corporation, Consumer Relations & Service Staff

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