Attention fellow EAA members and Homebuilders:
Sonex Aircraft is seeking an addition to our engineering team to help shape future products for Sonex Aircraft, AeroConversions and Sonex Aerospace at our Hornets’ Nest Research and Development facility at Wittman Regional Airport (KOSH) in Oshkosh, WI. Experience managing large models in SolidWorks along with disciplined 2D CAD skills and attention to detail are a must, along with mechanical aptitude and experience working with Experimental Amateur Built aircraft.
Sonex wants to review a diverse group of candidates to find the perfect fit for this position. Whether you are just starting your career or have years of experience in the industry, we want to hear from you if you have the skills and experience outlined above combined with a passion for homebuilt aircraft and the ability to work well with others in a fast-paced team environment. Candidate should be a highly organized self-starter with excellent oral and written communication skills and creative problem-solving skills. Experience specific to metal aircraft is a major plus.
Join our growing staff of Aircraft Assembly Mechanics!
If you’re looking for an energetic, dynamic workplace outside of “Big Aerospace” with variety and opportunity, Sonex is the place for you. Whether you’re an established aircraft technician or A&P, or you are looking to focus your mechanical experience on a new career in aviation, we want to hear from you. Sonex Assembly Mechanics build Quick Build Kits for Sonex customers, construct Sonex Aerospace unmanned aircraft, and help to build new aircraft design prototypes. Sonex is a small business with a family atmosphere. Sonex shop staff work on a wide variety of airframe assemblies and tasks with ample opportunity to see many facets of the Sonex operation and “learn by osmosis.” The cream rises to the top at Sonex, and with talent, drive and a passion for aviation, Sonex employees can grow to their full potential within the organization.