Jack Nellist, AScT
November 1948 to 1954 - Draftsman
1954 to 1959- Engineering Technician. Line up & acceptance.
1959 to 1966 – Toll facility planning.
1966 to1970 - Engineering Supervisor Coastal Division.
1970 to 1977 – Fundamental Toll Planning Engineer
1977 to 1984 – General Transmission Engineering Manager.
1984 to 1986 – Fiber Optic Systems Consultant.
Fluor Corporation Irvine California.
Why I Became A Technology Professional
- As a kid growing up during WWII, I was fascinated with aircraft. I began designing & building gas powered model aircraft at age 11. I completed an aeronautical drafting course from Curtiss Wright Technical Institute at age 15. In 1943 at age 16, I started work at Boeing Aircraft on Sea Island.
Professional & Community Activities
- Life Member IEEE
Life Member ASTTBC
ASTTBC Outstanding Technical Achiement Award 1980
ASTTBC Advanced Technology Award 1997.
Member of the PDQ Flyers Club.
Member of the Oceanside Cyclists Club.