Scott BoboltzCheck out our newest employee spotlight for Scott Boboltz:

Senior R&D Engineer, Employee at OMT-Veyhl for 2 years, 10 months.

What do you love about your job?

One of my favorite pastimes is people watching – but more in the context of what people are doing and how they do it. The professional term is trends research, but it really boils down to people watching! Identifying and understanding social trends leads to finding new opportunities for OMT-Veyhl.

I love the opportunities that I have been given in my job, to take those social learnings and observations and apply it to new product design. The ability to be creative, to design and engineer something new, and to learn is what I love about my job and what keeps me motivated every day.

What does it mean to you to be able to help a customer meet their needs?

I feel that our purpose is to provide our customers with innovative solutions that help solve a problem or satisfies a need that they have. If we help a customer meet their goals, then there’s a good chance they will come back to us again and again. That’s our reward.

How does working at OMT-Veyhl make you feel empowered?

We have a very cohesive group and it feels like we are making a difference. For me, empowerment is the spirit of innovation and creativity that we share in our group.


Get to know Scott:

What are your hobbies outside of work?

I enjoy fishing, cooking, woodworking, home brewing, and of course people watching.

What are your top bucket list items?

This list always seems to change….buying a boat; attending a cooking school in Italy; traveling (when we can again); getting a boat captains license; buying property up north; and learning how to fly.

What is your favorite food?

I’m close to 240lbs, so I’d have to say I have a lot of favorites…

If you could travel anywhere, where would you go?

Budapest, Prague, Malaga, and Portugal

What job did you want to have growing up?

I was pretty good at baseball, so dreams of being a professional baseball player were always there. But, I also loved to swim and being by the water, so I wanted to be a Marine Biologist.

How would you describe yourself in 3 words?

Thinker, Observer, Innovator

What is something unique about you?

Scouted professionally in baseball, worked on the INF Peace Treaty task team

Additional facts about Scott:

  • Husband and father
  • Four U.S. Patents
  • Cancer Survivor
  • Had breakfast with Ted Kennedy Jr. In Hyannis Port, MA
  • Won the World’s Best Work Dad Award for two consecutive years (award is given annually by Kayla Webster)

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