Luis Sanchez is a Quality Specialist for the Quality Business Management department of the 737 Program at The Boeing Company. He currently manages the process and standardization of the Quality Business Plan Review functional & scorecard metrics; he also supports Lean+ Capturing the Value of Quality for 737, Quality Rate Readiness, Embry-Riddle Campus Intern Recruiting Team, and various productivity improvement projects 737 Quality. Prior to coming on board with Boeing full-time, Luis joined The Boeing Company as an intern supporting the 737 Program under Brian Hoefig, Sr. Quality Manager for Field before transitioning to full-time at the end of his internship.
Luis earned his Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree, specializing in finance, from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in 2011. While in school, he worked as a Graduate Research Assistant, student tutor and research associate. He received his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Florida Atlantic University.
What does your position at The Boeing Company entail?
I manage projects related to Quality Improvement for the 737 Airplane Program.
How were you selected to become a recruiter for The Boeing Company?
Mark Lyden, lead recruiter for The Boeing Company, gave me the tools and opportunities to join Boeing, so one of my main priorities was to join the ERAU recruiting team and bring more students to Boeing, as a way to thank Mark Lyden and ERAU for the dream come true event that happened in my life.
As a Boeing Recruiter, what are some of the biggest mistakes you have seen ERAU students make when seeking work at The Boeing Company?
One of the mistakes is that students only apply for opportunities during company visits or career events. Managers post jobs and internships based on their availability of free time to do so, so you should continuously seek out and apply for openings.
What advice do you have for students and alumni seeking work at The Boeing Company?
BE PATIENT AND APPLY, APPLY, APPLY!!!!!!!! Our system is very slow, so please be patient. Also, you need to be applying to 50 jobs or more; just because you get turned down from one job does not mean that you will automatically be disqualified for the other 49.