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: hr@maurymw.com

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

WE ARE A DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE!

The following are our current job openings:

Applications Engineer (1)

Position Summary:
Uses technical knowledge of microwave theory and MMC products to understand customer measurement and characterization challenges. Provides hands-on demonstrations with MMC device characterization systems to show solutions. Suggests software and hardware improvements, ensuring all customer inputs are properly analyzed and dispositioned. Writes and debugs instrument drivers, and provides technical support. Keeps current with and provides guidance on the state-of-the-art and on industry trends of the device characterization field.

Essential Duties of the Position:
• Provide timely technical support to customers.
• Evaluate functionality and quality of MMC products thru final validation.
• Execute product demonstrations, installations and training at MMC and customer sites.
• Support sales in understanding device characterization customer needs and requirements to facilitate the proposal of complete customer solutions.
• Code instrument drivers for customer equipment.
• Provide guidance on all aspects of measurement science to internal and external customers.
• Provide guidance to Senior Management on industry trends in the device characterization field state-of-the-art and keep current with device characterization trends.

Nonessential Duties:
• Other related duties as assigned.

Requirements:

• BSEE or equivalent work experience required.
• Domestic and international travel.
• Understanding of microwave network theory, analog/digital communication theory, and solid-state device theory.
• Understanding of power amplifier design and Load Pull measurements for noise or power.
• Experience using C/C++.
• Familiarity with the operation of vector network analyzer, spectrum analyzer, vector signal analyzer, and other modern test and measurement equipment.
• Experience in test and measurement instrument programming.
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills.


Mechanical Assembler / Machinist (1)

Position Summary:
This position involves the bench assembly of precision mechanical parts and assemblies/subassemblies into mechanical tuners using hand tools, and small power tools. Reads blue prints, mixes epoxies, and assembles small components. Ensures that all assemblies meet geometric specifications defined in assembly drawings by measuring and modifying details to achieve the required specifications and this may require shimming, trimming and re-machining surfaces to achieve specifications.

Essential Duties of the Position:
• Studies blueprints, sketches, models, or specifications to plan sequences of operations for building mechanical tuners.
• Using kitted parts, assembles product according to specific procedures.
• Verifies dimensions, alignments, and clearances of finished parts for conformance to specifications, using measuring instruments such as calipers, gauge blocks, micrometers, and dial indicators.
• Visualizes and computes dimensions, sizes, shapes, and tolerances of assemblies, based upon specifications.
• Files, grinds, shims, and adjusts different parts to properly fit them together.
• Inspects finished assemblies for smoothness, contour conformity, and defects.
• Lifts, positions, and secures machined parts on surface plates or worktables, vises, v-blocks, or angle plates.
• Verifies conformance of finished work piece to customer needs according to planning and work order.
• Troubleshoots mechanical assembly to comply with mechanical and electrical specifications.
• Complies with MMC quality system, including correctly completing all related documents.
• Trains other technicians on the above tasks as required.

Requirements:

Knowledge of tools and principles involved in production of precision technical plans, blueprints, drawings and models. Knowledge of arithmetic, geometry and their applications. Requires abilities of visualization, oral comprehension and expression, and controlling precision, typically acquired through education and significant related work experience.


CNC Programmer (1)

Position Summary:
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.

Requirements:
• 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.


CNC Machinist- Swiss (1)

Position Summary:
Sets up and operates on a production basis, a computerized numeric control swiss screw machine to perform machining operations such as turning, boring, reaming, milling angles and contours, etc. Works on highly complex and exacting job setups. Must be able to work from complex blueprints and drawings, perform standard shop computations relating to dimensions of work, and adjust program settings as related to tool feeds and speeds. Pulls required fixtures, holding devices and materials. Inserts tool holders or installs pre-set tools in machine. Sets and sharpens tools as necessary. Adjusts tool travel distances. Inputs required program per instructions. Monitors machine operations, inspects machine parts to ensure job specifications are maintained. Uses a variety of precision measuring instruments to check machined parts for conformance to prescribed tolerances. Improves machining method and documents special form tools as needed.
Must be willing to work overtime when required to meet customer demands.


Essential Duties of the Position:
• Daily Set up and operate on a production basis, CNC machines such as C16, K16, Haas, Lathe, Omni Turn or related swiss screw machine to perform machining operations.
• Pulls required fixtures, holding devices and materials. Inserts tool holders or installs pre-set tools in machine
• Measures a variety of precision machined parts for conformance to prescribed tolerances.
• Works with programmer to resolve programming problems during machining process.


Requirements:

• High school graduate or equivalent.
• Minimum 3 years machine shop experience
• Minimum 3 years experience setting up and operating CNC Swiss Screw machines.
• Machine shop math (Trigonometry and basic math).
• Knowledge of SPC.
• Must have own tools.
• Ability to read machine programs.



Microwave Technician I (1)

Position Summary:
Performs calibration of coaxial and waveguide components operating from DC-50GHz. Also has the ability to test and troubleshoot passive components and provide Return Loss and Insertion Loss Data. Maintains quality assurance records. Works independently and addresses issues timely to the area supervisor.

Essential Functions of the Position:

• Perform calibration of coaxial and waveguide components.
• Perform VNA/PNA calibration/testing of product.
• Use HP 8510 Network Analyzer or equivalent.
• Records test procedures/findings in work instructions.
• Performs Return Loss and Insertion Loss Testing.
• Troubleshoots non-conforming performance issues.
• Verifies conformance of finished goods to meet customer demands.
• Must work with a sense of urgency and be willing to hold peers accountable to the quality of their work.
• All other duties as assigned.

Requirements:
• Associates degree or certification in engineering or related field.
• Minimum 2 years work experience in a lab environment measuring microwave components.
• Minimum 1 year experience performing calibrations of coaxial and waveguide Components.
• Minimum 1 year experience performing calibrations using VNA/PNA.
• Experience interpreting Return Loss and Insertion Loss response.
• Experience using mechanical measuring tools (Gage kits, Micrometer, Calipers, etc.).
• Must be able to read blue prints and mechanical drawings.


CNC Machinist - Fadal (1)

Position Summary:
Sets up and operates on a production basis, a computerized numeric control to perform machining operations such as turning, boring, reaming, milling angles and contours, etc. Works on highly complex and exacting job setups. Must be able to work from complex blueprints and drawings, perform standard shop computations relating to dimensions of work, adjust program settings as related to tool feeds and speeds. Pulls required fixtures, holding devices and materials. Inserts tool holders or installs pre-set tools in machine. Sets and sharpens tools as necessary. Adjusts tool travel distances. Inputs required program per instructions. Monitors machine operations, inspects machine parts to ensure job specifications are maintained. Uses a variety of precision measuring instruments to check machined parts for conformance to prescribed tolerances. Improves machining method and documents special form tools as needed.
Must be willing to work overtime when required to meet customer demands.


Essential Duties of the Position:
• Set up and operates on a production basis, a Fadal machine to perform machining operations.
• Pulls required fixtures, holding devices and materials. Inserts tool holders or installs pre-set tools in machine
• Measures a variety of precision machined parts for conformance to prescribed tolerances.
• Works with programmer to resolve programming problems during machining process.

Requirements:

• High school graduate or equivalent.
• Minimum 3 years machine shop experience
• Minimum 3 years experience setting up and operating CNC Mill machines.
• Machine shop math (Trigonometry and basic math).
• Knowledge of SPC.
• Must have own tools.
• Ability to read machine programs.


Manufacturing Engineer (1)

Brief Summary of Position:
Support of Manufacturing and Engineering groups in evaluating, developing, planning, coordinating, directing and improving manufacturing processes.

Essential Duties of the Position:
Plan and perform manufacturing engineering assignments on a variety of products and production lines.
Participate in product and process development and design reviews. Review engineering drawings or changes and prepare for a smooth transition into production. Advise and coordinate on application of methods, material and equipment to support manufacturing.
Provide technical and direct assistance to supervisors in day to day operations. Make them aware of manufacturing plans and assist in achieving optimum results. Support design, planning, construction or procurement of tooling used in manufacturing. Support efficient use of machinery in manufacturing areas.
When required, conducts failure analysis and acts as a liaison between departments in technical matters. Provide proper communication and feedback.
Review and approve design and process change requests. Participate in review and dispositioning of non-conforming materials. Establish and assure conformance to manufacturing concepts and practices.
Conduct cost analysis of designated company products
Review and recommend vendors, review vendor problems related to products and production lines.
Furnish operational guidance to Assembly Area and Technicians when required.
Conduct or participate in Lean Manufacturing activities and other product improvement and process improvement activities including statistical process control.

Experience/Qualifications:
Three to six years Manufacturing experience in aerospace or other related industry manufacturing precision components.
BS in Mechanical Engineering, Manufacturing Engineering or equivalent with prior experience in supporting the develop of new products and sustaining existing products. (A technical degree from a 4 year College is required)
Able to interpret engineering, tool and equipment drawings.
Understanding of materials (metals and non-metallic) used in aerospace. Experience working with aluminum, stainless steel, tool steels, brass or copper.
Experience in supporting machine shop equipment including CNC and manual machines.
Experience in manufacturing processes such as component assembly, welding, machining, heat treating, forming, plating, painting, inspection and NDT.
Experience with mechanical inspection tools
Project management skills.
Experience in planning or justifying capital expenditures.
Computer/application proficiency including some type of CAD application.