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:

Master Machinist (1)

Brief Summary of Position:

Train and support machine shop personnel in producing quality products and on-time delivery to our customer.
Acts as liaison to the departments to assist in providing an uninterrupted flow of scheduled work and required materials. Must be able to work from complex blueprints and drawings, perform standard shop computations relating to dimensions of work, adjusts program settings as related to tool feeds and speeds. Will be required to produce the best quality and quantity of manufactured parts.

Essential Duties of the Position:
• Interpret Technical Drawings and use knowledge to setup metal working processes, work holding fixtures, process steps and equipment and tooling selection
• Setup and prove out processes on CNC Machines, Lathes, mills, and related CNC equipment.
• Selection of CNC metal cutting tools, drills, and end mills, inserts, etc.
• Inspect machines parts using standard inspection equipment, height stands, micrometer, calipers, gauging, etc.
• Conceptualize, design and manufacture part holding fixtures for low and high-volume manufacturing processes.
• Troubleshoot and resolve manufacturing process issues, fixtures, machines, and tooling.
• Work with and provide feedback to various departments and customers; Engineering, Operations, Quality, and Purchasing.
• Monitor CNC processes and implement proactive solutions; process improvements, line flow, quality, and efficiency.
• Research new manufacturing methods to maintain a competitive edge within the industry
• Exceptional mechanical skills and aptitude
• Must be able to work independently and/or in a Team environment.

Requirements (education, prior work experience, special skills, etc.)

• High school graduate or equivalent.
• Minimum 10 years’ experience in machine shop environment.
• 1-3 years’ experience in a lead role with the ability to lead, train and troubleshoot CNC machinist
• Minimum 10 years’ experience setting up and operating CNC machines; experience on Swiss Screw machines a plus.
• Machine shop math (Trigonometry and basic math).
• Highly skilled in reading blueprints with GD&T call outs
• Highly skilled in reading and reviewing machine programs.
• Experience performing 1st Article Inspection.
• Knowledge of SPC.


Manual Mill Machinist - Conventional (1)

Brief Summary of Position:
Under general supervision performs highly complex job setups operations to produce parts on a production basis. Sets up and operates a variety of machines to perform diversified machining operations working from blueprints and sketches. Performs standard shop computations relating to dimensions of work, tooling, speeds and feeds of machining, and use a wide variety of precision measuring instruments.

Verifies conformance of finished work piece to customer requirements according to shop planning and work order.

Complies with MMC quality systems, including correctly completing all related documents.
Must be willing to work overtime when required to meet customer demands.

Essential Duties of the Position:
• Set up and operate on a production such conventional machines as a turret lathe, engine lathe, or milling machine to perform machining operations.
• Selects required fixtures, materials, mounts and aligns tooling attachments and materials in proper relationship.
• Measures a variety of precision machined parts for conformance to prescribed tolerances.
• Inserts tool holders or installs preset-set tools in machine.
• Sets and sharpens tools, as necessary.
• Monitors machine operations and inspects machined parts to ensure job specifications.
• Sets and adjust speeds, feeds and depth of cut to machine parts to specifications set forth in blueprints, drawings, engineering orders, etc.
• Follows a variety of standard methods to inspect intricate parts.
• Improve machining methods and develops tooling to improve the process.

Requirements (education, prior work experience, special skills, etc.)
Note: The requirements listed below represent the knowledge and skill/experience required.
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

• High school graduate or equivalent;
• Machine shop experience (three years minimum);
• Machine shop math (trigonometry and basic math);
• Must have own tools.


Operations Manager (1)

Brief Summary of Position:
The Production/ Operations Manager manages scheduling and real-time operations that facilitate the maximization of resources (human and automated) to achieve customer satisfaction, productivity and efficiencies based on business goals. Responsibilities include manage directly, and/or through subordinate supervisors and managers, the work activities and resources necessary to effectively plan, assemble, stock and ship products efficiently. Areas of responsibility include: Production Planning, machine shop, inspection and Stockroom / Shipping / Receiving. Includes responsibility for inventory management and distribution of finished product.

Essential Duties of the Position

• Manage planning, purchasing, machine shop, inspection, and stockroom.
• Monitor and drive KPIs to ensure successful accomplishment of the goals on required intervals.
• Translate company level KPIs to department/ work center/ individual KPIs for clear traceability of goals and actual performance.
• Manage operations performance and confer with technical or administrative staff to resolve production or processing problems.
• Manage LDM processes and drive for best practices in problem solving with emphasis on improved quality, productivity, efficiency and timeliness.
• Manage and drive for accuracy of costing and standards in ERP system.
• Report and represent operational departments in monthly management meetings.
• Ensures external customer satisfaction by decreasing lead time, on time delivery and quality products.
• Ensures both internal customer satisfaction by supporting overall company objectives and inter-departmental needs.
• Improve processes and policies in support of organizational goals. Formulate and implement departmental and organizational policies and procedures to maximize output. Monitor adherence to rules, regulations and procedures.
• Develop and implement production tracking and quality control systems, analyzing production, quality control, maintenance, and other operational reports, to detect production problems.
• Review plans and confer with research and support staff to develop new products and processes.
• Ensure continuous process improvements are developed and implemented.
• Review existing and future work load to make recommendations concerning inventory requirements, staffing requirements, work procedures, and duty assignments, considering budgetary limitations and time constraints.
• Develop budget and recommend expenditures for supplies, equipment, and human resources, ensuring that materials, labor and equipment are used efficiently to meet production targets.
• Keeps executive management promptly and fully informed of all problems or matters of significance and takes prompt corrective action where necessary or suggests alternative courses of action.
• Partner with HR to hire, train, evaluate, and discharge staff, and resolve staff issues.
• Ensure worker safety through training, inspections, and pro-active behavior modeling.

Requirements (education, prior work experience, special skills, etc.)

• Bachelor's degree in statistics, operations management, business management or equivalent and 5-7 years previous operations management experience in a manufacturing environment, including forecasting, scheduling and real-time operations management.
• Experience in a high technology electronic company supported by a precision machine shop required.
• Knowledge required includes industrial production and processing, administration and management, mathematics, machines and tools, personnel management, application of engineering science and technology and customer service.
• Skills needed include strong communication, active listening, judgment and decision-making, critical thinking, reading comprehension, coordination, managing personnel, time management, complex problem solving, and presentation skills.


Mechanical Inspector Level 2 (1)

Brief Summary of Position:
Inspects (as needed) machined parts or assemblies to drawing or specification using visual and/or precision mechanical techniques and tools. Capable of using dial indicators, micrometers, measuring microscope and dowel pins. Records and reports inspection findings. Able to read and understand Engineering drawings or specifications to obtain product information, such as specified material, surface finish, and dimensions. Documents non-conformance using released forms and logs.

Provides technical support to the Manufacturing Manager/Department, guides lower-skilled quality technician/inspectors, and performs measurement validations/inspections. Responsible for operation and programming of required equipment.


Essential Duties of the Position:
• Inspect machined parts, purchased parts, and assemblies
• Prepare accurate, written inspection reports
• Responsible for writing NCRs (Nonconforming Report)
• Other inspection related duties as requested by management
• Knowledge of GD&T symbols and meaning
• Prepare accurate, written inspection reports, including AS9102 First Article Inspection forms.
• Responsible for incoming NCRs (Nonconforming Report) from others


Requirements (education, prior work experience, special skills, etc.)

• High school diploma or equivalent. AA or certification in related field preferred.
• Min. 3 years related machine shop precision parts inspection experience.
• Experience with measuring tools and capability of measuring with a tolerance of +/- .0002” or smaller
• Knowledge and experience with calipers; micrometers; indicators; various gauges, e.g., height gauges; height masters; air gauges
• Computer skills, including; Word, Excel, ERP system interface
• MUST have Knowledge of GD&T symbols and what they mean