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.


CNC Machinist- Swiss (1)

Brief Summary of Position:
This position will be working from blueprints, sketches or drawings and performing duties to set up and operate Citizen brand CNC Swiss Lathe machines.
Must be willing to work overtime when required to meet customer demands.

Essential Duties of the Position:
• Analyze and interpret blueprint, specifications or sample parts to determine dimensions and tolerances of finished work pieces, CNC machines such as C16, K16
• Pulls required fixtures, holding devices and materials. Inserts tool holders or installs pre-set tools in machine
• Continued improvement in inspection techniques and ability to identify cause or problem or need for correction;
• Works with programmer to resolve programming problems during machining process.
• Participation in continuous improvement
• Other tasks as directed by management
• Ensure safety and quality considerations and requirements are pro-actively addressed and implemented in product production processes
• The employee must regularly lift and/or move physical inventory weighting up to 30 pounds.
• The employee must be able to spend long periods of time standing.
• Plan machine set ups, position work piece and operate various CNC machine through production runs to form specified quantities of piece parts to specified tolerances. Deburr parts as needed.
• Perform first piece inspections and make necessary adjustment to machine to ensure parts are formed to designated tolerances.


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

• High school graduate or equivalent.
• Minimum 7 years’ machine shop experience
• Minimum 7 years’ experience setting up and operating CNC Swiss Screw machines.
• Must have a thorough knowledge of Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerance, print reading, and mathematics
• Knowledge of SPC.
• Must have the knowledge of using hand tools, indicators, micrometers, calipers, deburring tools, etc.
• Ability to read machine programs.