Maury Microwave Careers

Employment Opportunities at the World's Leading Manufacturer of Laboratory Devices and System Components

Employment with Maury

Maury Microwave Corporation is recognized as a world leader in the design and manufacture of innovative microwave test and calibration equipment, automated tuning systems, and precision components.

We provide an atmosphere where contributions are valued, and growth opportunities are obtainable by those with the required skills and initiative. We offer a compensation package including medical/dental/life/disability insurance, 401k, flex plan, and paid time off.

We are located in sunny Southern California in the Inland Empire, just a 1/2 mile north of the interstate 10 freeway, near the 15 freeway. The Inland Empire offers affordable housing in desirable communities with good schools, and it's a short drive to the mountains, deserts and beaches.

Reasonable Accommodation

If you are applying for a job in the U.S. and need a reasonable accommodation for any part of the employment process, please email our HR Service Center or call and let us know the nature of your request. Please ensure to include your contact information as only those inquiries will be responded to.

Contacting Us

If you have the right qualifications and want to work in a friendly environment, please send/fax your resume to Maury's HR Manager. Inquiries will be accepted from candidates only - no recruiters, please.

You may send your resume by E-mail to:


2900 Inland Empire Blvd., Ontario, CA 91764 USA
TELEPHONE: 909-987-4715 FAX: 909-204-3348


The following are our current job openings:

CNC Programmer - Swiss Machines (1)

General Responsibilities
Creates and maintains programs for the operation of computerized numerically controlled (CNC) machines. Translates and converts methods data to prepare programs for the multiple and complex machining operations on a diversified line of work for CNC or numerically controlled machines largely through the application of established and predetermined reference data. Organized operations data as submitted by engineers, or when so directed, utilizes documented standard data as it applies to align and code operations, tooling identification, indexing sequences, speeds and feeds for data entry. Documents established program standards. Prepares instruction sheets for machine operators, maintains library records and references incidental to the assignment.
Essential Duties of the CNC Programmer Position:
Create programs, set-up sheets, and tooling diagrams/sketches for all numerical controlled equipment
Validates other programmer’s work
Must work with Team Lead to support production timing.
Revises and/or updates routers as needed.
Support manufacturing engineering and manufacturing management and actively participate in the continual improvement process.
Helps train and support shop personnel.
High School graduate or equivalent
Proficient in machine shop math (trigonometry and basic math)
Minimum 5 years’ experience in machine shop
Intermediate knowledge of computers and the use of the “Virtual Gibbs” and PartMaker programming systems.
Minimum 3 years programming experience.
Knowledge of GD&T
Has experience with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook)
NCR process knowledge.
ERP experience
Must be willing to work overtime when required to meet customer demands.

CAD Designer (1)

Brief Summary of Position:
Works closely with Mechanical & Electrical Engineers to create and revise documents to support the manufacture of precision components and packaging for device characterization systems. Utilizes software and drafting skills to create and revise documentation for products. Works with engineering and manufacturing assembly personnel to develop and manufacture products that meet cost and schedule requirements. Created work conforms to established industry standards.
Essential Duties of the Position:
Use 2D and 3D CAD software and drafting skills to create documentation for new product designs utilizing input from Mechanical and Electrical Engineers.
Revise & update existing documentation to incorporate changes and improvements.
Document types created and supported to include:
Detailed part drawings with manufacturing notes
Assembly drawings with detailed assembly notes
Product material lists
Customer Specification Control Drawings (SCD)
Engineering Change Requests
Work with manufacturing (shop, assembly & test) to provide improvements and cost reductions to existing product designs.
Attend and contribute to Engineering, Product Review and other company meetings.
Complies with MMC quality systems, including correctly completing all related documents.
Associate’s degree or equivalent experience in design/drafting field.
Three to five years design experience in a high-tech electronic or fabrication company.
Familiarity with AutoCAD or DraftSight design software for 2D and SolidWorks for 3D modeling.
Knowledge of basic design or metal working constraints in metals such as Aluminum, Stainless, Copper and Brass.
Understanding of various manufacturing processes such as welding, brazing, plating such as Anodize or Chemfilm.
Machine shop processes such as milling, turning, grinding and lapping.
Knowledge of Friedman ERP systems is helpful.