Scot ReinkeScot Reinke is Chief Engineer on the Embraer E-Jet Program for Triumph Aerostructures - Vought Aircraft Division. Since 2013, he has served as Triumph’s lead engineering and product development representative on the program responsible for directing all aspects of the multi-disciplined engineering efforts related to the E2 Center Fuselage III, Aft Fuselage, Rudder and Elevator. He has successfully led the development team through major program milestones including PDR, CDR, and delivery of the initial production ship sets.

Scot joined Triumph Aerostructures in 2008 as Engineering Manager where he provided management oversight to all Vought non-recurring design activities. He provided organizational leadership to the following engineering disciplines: Structures Design, Systems Design, Structures Analysis, Loads Analysis, Structural Life Assurance, Materials & Processes, Weights, Product Support, Systems Engineering and Liaison Engineering. From 2008 until 2015, he served as Triumph’s representative on the UT Arlington MAE Industry Advisory Board.

With more than 30 years of engineering design and management experience, Scot has a broad background including both military and commercial programs. Prior to joining Triumph he worked at Lockheed Martin, during which time he held positions with increasing responsibilities including Manager on F-35 Joint Strike Fighter leading the Wing to Body and Wing Skins Integrated Product Teams. Previously, he held positions within F-16 and F-22 airframe organizations. 

Scot earned a bachelor’s degree in aerospace engineering from The University of Texas at Austin. He is a Senior Member of AIAA and is a licensed professional engineer in the state of Texas. He resides in Southlake Texas with his wife and son.