Join the Frasca Team

Be a part of a world leader in flight simulation

Find Your Role at FRASCA

Working at Frasca means working in a dynamic company committed to designing and building the highest quality flight simulation equipment. We look for employees who are up for a challenge and are equally committed to work and fun. Talented and enthusiastic individuals with backgrounds in many roles including engineering, skilled trades, technicians and more work as a team to drive positive results for our clients.

Engineering

Work among the many engineers who's talent and skill combine to design our high quality flight training devices.

Manufacturing

From the cockpit shell to the seats, all of our simulator components are manufactured and built in-house.

Production

Keeping operations running efficiently, our production teams maintain on-time delivery schedules.

FUN AT WORK

Frasca sponsors all kinds of exciting and fun events to enjoy together.

Job Postings

Please email us at careers@frasca.com or contact our office at 217-344-9503 ext 130 if you have questions about employment or the positions listed below, or if a reasonable accommodation is needed to apply.

FRASCA International is a Drug-Free Workplace.

Equal Opportunity Employer/Vet/Disabled

Interested applicants may send a PDF resume to careers@frasca.com.
To be considered, include the Job Title and Reference Number in the Subject Line.
Unsolicited resumes will not be considered.
Being authorized to work in the U.S. is a pre-condition of employment as Frasca does not sponsor applicants for work visas.

Job Opening: Customer Service Support (full-time, regular position)
Job Reference #: 201810CSS

Responsibilities include:

  • Providing phone and email support to customers
  • Operating the company switchboard
  • Preparing quotes for parts, upgrades, and maintenance
  • Processing orders and parts shipments
  • Assisting with technical document writing and training
  • Assisting with tier 1 technical support


Qualifications include:

  • High School Diploma or equivalent
  • At least one year of customer service experience, preferably in a technical environment
  • Professional verbal and written communication
  • Strong MS Office skills
  • Background in Information Technology or electronics helpful


Job Title:  Software Engineer
Job Reference Number:  201809SYSE

We are seeking a full-time Software Engineer for our Systems Software Engineering department.

  • Design and develop software models for aircraft systems and reusable components
  • Design and develop software solutions for products and architectural frameworks
  • Analyze and develop software requirements, time estimates, and software project schedules
  • Read, analyze, and interpret technical documents, diagrams, and manuals
  • Interface software with flight simulation hardware
  • Investigate and correct software discrepancies
  • Follow and produce software documentation

Qualified candidates should have at least an Associate’s Degree in a computer-related field and strong object-oriented design skills in C#.  Bachelor’s Degree in a Computer Science or similar technical degree is preferred.  Interest in aviation is a huge plus.

We are no longer accepting applications for this position.

Job Title:  PC Technician (full-time, regular position)
Job Reference Number:  201809PCTECH

  • Building, testing, and troubleshooting PC hardware and software components for flight simulators
  • Loading operating systems and driver software
  • Providing technical assistance to engineers, technicians, and customers
  • Documenting build, repair, and service data
  • Assisting engineers in building peripheral device cabinets


Qualifications include:

  • Associate’s degree or equivalent
  • 1 year of experience independently diagnosing various PC issues
  • A+ Certification
  • Windows Certification (preferred)


Job Opening: Airport Line Person (part-time)
Job Reference #: 201809FASLN

Responsibilities include:

  • Flight line work and related duties such as aircraft fueling, towing, cleaning.
  • Hanger and Field Maintenance (mowing, snow removal, painting, etc.)
  • Backup counter support for customers/employees.


Qualifications include:

  • Basic mechanical skills
  • A valid driver’s license
  • The ability to work outside year round.
  • Aviation-related experience is a plus.



Arrangements can also be made to apply in person by calling Frasca Human Resources at 217-344-9503 ext 130.

Job Title:  Machine Shop Internship (part-time/temporary)
Job Reference Number:  201809MSIN

Duties include:

  • Performing basic manual machining work under the guidance of a skilled machinist
  • Reading blueprints
  • Finishing parts to specific standards
  • Inventory and cycle counting of raw materials


Must have some basic manual machining experience/education or currently attending a Machining course.

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