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ABOUT THE COMPANY

INDUSTRY: Aerospace / Advanced Manufacturing
LOCATION: Coeur d'Alene, ID

Ace Aerospace has been making the world’s fastest airplanes for over 50 years, including the world-renowned Ace 650. Based in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, Ace employs 300 full-time Idahoans. 200 of those employees work directly on the manufacturing floor applying high-tech skills and precision to crafting the Ace 650. Ace is looking to hire 50 new employees in the next two years.

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WHAT ACE IS LOOKING FOR

  • People who like to work with their hands
  • Team players
  • Problem solvers
  • Fun, positive people to join their team!
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WORK ENVIRONMENT

  • Manufacturing floor

  • Casual dress with company shirts
  • Morning, afternoon and evening shifts
  • Independent, hands-on work plus team collaboration
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JOB PERKS

  • Annual holiday party + great prizes

  • Summer BBQ at a private beach

  • Local gym membership

  • Health insurance

  • Work shirts provided

  • 3-day weekends!

  • Possible overtime (more money!)

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REQUIREMENTS TO APPLY

  • HS diploma
  • Aerospace Assembler Certificate
  • CTE Badges for Aerospace Assembly, Blueprint Reading, Safety and Technical Manufacturing
  • Aerospace Advanced Manufacturing, Associate of Applied Science, AAS
  • Completed apprenticeship

 

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES AT ACE

Most entry level employees start in Deburring, which pays $12-13 per hour (well above Idaho's minimum wage!). From there, employees have many options to move through the company into higher-paying jobs with increased responsibility. On-the-job training is provided!

 

Curious what Deburring looks like? Check out this video!

ENTRY LEVEL: Deburring
WHAT IS IT? Deburring involves making sure every part has been inspected, cleaned and ready for assembly. Deburring involves all large component of the plane manufactured in-house and is crucial to quality assembly. 
KEY SKILLS: Attention to detail

NEXT LEVEL:  Sub-Assembly, Riveter, CNC Operator
KEY SKILLS: Understanding of basic airplane systems (electrical and hydraulics), blueprint reading, and/or basic production management. CNC operators must have experience operating CNC machines.

OPPORTUNITIES FOR ADVANCEMENT: Assembly Lead or Shift Lead
KEY SKILLS: Managing people and processes. Both of the above roles are management positions.


NEXT STEPS

Contact your Regional Program Manager or visit Community for access to job opportunities. Learn more about Ace Aerospace here.