If there is one thing that is almost a certainty, it is that the role of the Engineer is a busy one. It doesn’t matter if you are a process engineer, a chemical engineer, or a production engineer, these are demanding roles. In the case of Kyle Vandermolen, who has held all three roles, busy is only part of the story.
Not only has Kyle Vandermolen found success in a variety of engineering roles, but he has also naturally ascended during his various tenures. Currently, Vandermolen works for a company that acts as a global leader in chemical science and processing technologies.
His technical role and title, Technical Services Specialist for Solvay, leans more to the management side while often relying on his engineering background. While these positions and roles keep Vandermolen busy, he isn’t too busy to understand the importance of balance.
When Vandermolen isn’t under the pressure of the high-stakes game of engineering or making important decisions, his life looks more like an active father and husband. If you can’t find Kyle Vandermolen spending time with his family at home, then look toward the open waters.
Some people read books to relax. Other folks might relax by spending some time catching rays on the beach, or with a movie on the couch. Kyle Vandermolen relaxes by going scuba diving, hunting shipwrecks, or cave diving.
Okay, maybe not as relaxing as the average person, but Vandermolen, it appears, is not the average person. And from all accounts, he is almost as busy in his off time as he is at work. That is, of course, unless he is elbow-deep in his other love – cooking.
If you need a versatile and experienced engineer, reach out to Kyle Vandermolen. You might have to wait until he is back in the office though because he might be relaxing somewhere a thousand feet under the sea.