CubCrafters was founded in 1980. Our roots are in the 70-year history of classic taildragger aviation, but our products and services are innovative and completely modern. We design and manufacture Experimental, LSA, and Part 23 Certified aircraft.
Our environment is challenging, exhilarating, and satisfying. Our product line and production capacity are growing rapidly. If you have what it takes to excel in the exciting world of General Aviation, we want to have a conversation with you. Join a dynamic team of motivated people that build the very best light aircraft in the world. We have immediate openings for pilots, mechanics, technicians, administrative staff, and more.
Cub Crafters Avionics, an FAA Certified Repair Station has an opening for an Avionics Technician. This position will be
responsible for performing primary installations, retrofits, scheduled and unscheduled maintenance, including major
and minor modifications under supervised direction.
As an industry leader in small aircraft manufacturing, CubCrafters is growing and searching for motivated and mechanically inclined individuals. Do you value craftsmanship, do you take pride in your workmanship, and would you like to contribute to building the best light aircraft in the business? If the answer is yes then you should consider joining us at CubCrafters.
We have openings in most areas of our production operation. Once you come aboard and learn one area of fabrication or assembly we will work with you to enable a path to other areas of your interest.
So, bring your positive attitude and strong work ethic and consider joining our team. You must be able to work independently and in teams, have high attention to detail, and a conscientious approach to your work. First and Second shift full time opportunities are available now.
Cub Crafters, an industry leader in light aircraft manufacturing, has openings for an Aircraft Mechanic. We are looking for a dependable, hardworking, team player. This position requires attention to detail, ability to perform repetitive tasks and follow instructions as they are directed. Previous aircraft experience is a plus and an A&P License is required.
The primary role of the Quality Advocate is to act on behalf of the CubCrafters Quality organization to enable the success of the CubCrafters aircraft manufacturing teams in all activities. A CubCrafters Quality Advocate works independently with peers and management from all departments. Quality Advocates work directly under the Quality Manager in support of all quality department tasks, goal and objectives and they don’t quit until assigned tasks are completed within cost, quality and schedule requirements.