Meet S3 — Tyler, Data Analyst

October 4, 2016

Here at S3, our ability to deliver outstanding results starts with our team of highly trained experts.  We come from a diverse set of backgrounds, countries and experiences combining an impressive amount of aerospace experience.  We want to give you the opportunity to not only work with us, but also get to know us better.

Meet Tyler!  Tyler is our data analyst and has been working for S3 since 2008.  Tyler has a degree in computer programming/analysis and worked at a software company for 3 years prior, which has helped prepare him for the many IT related questions he receives daily.


What is a typical work day like for you?  I am constantly addressing computer questions, network issues and running/writing custom reports for my co-workers.  When none of that is going on, I’m writing custom automation software wherever I can find room for improvement in our systems.  I also research expendables and consumables for our customers.


What is your favorite part of your job?  The change and challenge.  It isn’t monotonous and it keeps me on my toes and always keeps me thinking.


What is it like working for S3?  It’s great!  The atmosphere is fun and playful, yet we know how to get down to business and get stuff done.  It’s a really good mix that keeps us productive.


What are the challenges you face in your position?  Ever changing technology and our rapidly growing company are two of the biggest challenges I face.  There is always software to update or install, and there are always users in need of my services.


What are your strengths in correlation to your job?  I am extremely analytical and keep personal spreadsheets of my personal life from everything to my gas mileage to my bowling scores.


What do you enjoy outside of work/hobbies?  When I’m not at S3 I enjoy discing, bowling, video games and raising my two boys.



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