Drinks & Drones at Pendleton UAS - July

Jarrett Jusko

Engineering Technician

As a Jr Process Engineer, I love finding new ways of doing the same task. With 12 years? experience in manufacturing, I've come to love the art of Keizan and apply the practice to everything I do at work and outside. My partner and I love to be outside, on the water or in the mountains. I bring my creative skills and my curiosity to the office every day. What interests me is the range of projects we work on, the job is not about how fast I can build something, but how my contribution works with what the team is doing. This understanding allows for a seamless path forward, with open communication and without trying to over engineer one aspect to disrupt the rest. With the wide range of projects comes many new teams and perspectives, this allows for growth in many positions on the team.
Jarrett Jusko   Engineering Technician

Questions & Answers

How do you make people laugh?

I value a lighthearted approach to work and seek opportunities for enjoyable activities with colleagues, whether through organized events or impromptu moments of levity. I believe that laughter can have a positive impact on everyone's day.

If you were a tool or piece of equipment, what would you be and why?

If I were a tool, I believe a thesaurus would be the one that facilitates collaboration and information sharing between team members. As a Process Engineer, I use various tools and technologies to optimize processes and improve efficiency. However, effective communication is also crucial in ensuring that everyone is aligned and working towards the same goals.

What's your favorite productivity hack or time-saving trick?

When needing to keep notes on a process, pictures and videos are a great addition to the written note. A lot of info is lost in written word, and when you need to go back and understand a process, the video has all the tips and tricks.