Mill-Max Mfg. Corp., is a vertically integrated engineering and manufacturing company capable of producing over 100 million interconnect components a week, making us the largest manufacturer of precision machined interconnect components in North America. Our 150,000 square foot plant, located in Oyster Bay, NY, houses all facilities, operations and departments.
At Mill-Max, we recognize that the knowledge, creativity, skills and integrity of our employees enable us to be a leader in the electronic-interconnect industry. We work hard to foster an environment of growth, dedication and advancement, while providing an optimum level of service.
Mill-Max is proud to offer a comprehensive benefits package as part of our overall commitment to the people who make our success possible. In addition to competitive salaries, Mill-Max provides Medical, Dental and Prescription plans, Flexible Spending Plan, Vision Care, 401(k), Profit Sharing, Tuition Reimbursement, 11 Paid Holidays, Annual Review, generous Paid Time Off, Child Care and More! For additional information on our health insurance plan per the Transparency in Coverage Act, click here.
Mill-Max provides equal employment opportunity to all employees and applicants equally without regard to sex, race, color, religion, national origin, age, disability, marital status, pregnancy, sexual orientation, familial status, military status, predisposing genetic characteristics, disability or any other category protected by law.
Current Job Openings
HR AND BENEFITS ADMINISTRATOR
We currently have an excellent opportunity for an experienced Human Resources and Benefits Administrator at our facility located in Oyster Bay, NY.
Administers benefits including processing enrollments/terminations/changes; reviewing, processing, and resolving claims; assisting with open enrollment and annual renewals; and reviewing invoices for accuracy.
Manages leaves of absence from employee request to return-to-work through coordination with carrier, HR Manager, and other departments.
Assists with handling accident, disability, Workers’ Compensation, and unemployment claims/reporting.
Assists with recruiting and interviewing job applicants, including checking references.
Maintains accurate records regarding attendance and punctuality and generates reports to managers as required.
Processes new hires and separations; maintains electronic and paper files.
Coordinates and plans social activities for staff, such as parties, picnics, etc.
0 - 3 years’ related HR/Benefits experience
PHR and/or SHRM CP Certification a plus
High level of professionalism, discretion, and attention to detail.
Knowledge of HR laws and regulations
Proficiency with Microsoft Office, Word, Excel, Outlook
Metal Finishing Technicians use machinery or manual means to clean, de-grease, and remove chips or burrs created by the stamping/cutting/punching process from manufactured parts. This then allows for the uniform application of a finishing material such as precious metals like gold and silver. Metal Finishing Technicians should be independent self-starters who work well in a fast-paced environment, are comfortable using tools and machinery, have great attention to detail, and are able to read sketches and blueprints. They must execute quality work under strict deadlines, have good manual dexterity, be able to adapt to process changes, and perform some troubleshooting and quality control. This is a great entry-level position with many opportunities for transfer/advancement into related manufacturing departments once the initial skills are mastered.
Mill-Max Mfg. Corp., in Oyster Bay, NY, is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of electronic interconnect components. We currently have several full-time Production Machinist opportunities to join our dynamic group in various departments on the second and third shift.
Production Machinists use machinery to create and assemble machined pin connectors used in the electronics industry. Production Machinists are generally assigned to one or more machines and expected to meet a production quota. They must always monitor their machines to ensure that they are working properly; when they are not, troubleshooting may be necessary. Reading blueprints and shop drawings is an essential part of the position and basic arithmetic skills are necessary in order to properly measure items needed in production. Much of the work is done independently so it is important to be self-driven. Attention to detail is also important, as the goods produced must be assessed for quality. If goods are not coming out as they should, the machinist should evaluate the situation to determine what is wrong.
Operate production machines
Troubleshoot and make small adjustments on production machines
Count and record daily production
High School Diploma
English fluency required
Good communication and organizational skills
Good reading and writing skills
Good interpersonal skills
Reports to Department Manager
Second Shift; 4:00PM - 12:30AM, Monday - Friday
Second shift has a 10% wage differential
Third Shift; 12:30AM - 7:30PM, Tuesday - Saturday
Third shift has a 30% wage differential
Full-Time, Hourly Employee
Second and Third Shift: Must be able to train on the first shift for 12 weeks, then transfer to the appropriate shift.
Pay: $20.00 - $24.00 per hour base plus differential as noted
We currently have a great opportunity available to join our Software Engineering Team in Oyster Bay, NY.
Analyze and modify code to support existing applications
Consult with users to gather specs, write code, and develop solutions for new applications.
Thoroughly debug, test, document, and gain user acceptance.
Bachelors’ Degree in Computer Science
Minimum 3-5 years related work experience.
A strong, structured programming background in C.
Must possess experience in systems design and have a solid understanding of software development, program lifecycle, database development (Oracle and/or SQL), unit testing and integrated system testing.
Knowledge of Inventory and Manufacturing-related systems helpful
APPRENTICESHIP (MACHINIST/TOOL MAKER, TOOL AND DIE MAKER, CNC PROGRAMMER)
We are currently seeking applicants for our new apprenticeship program located in Oyster Bay, NY. This 18-month program offers hands-on paid training for candidates to gain the skills necessary to operate and repair manufacturing equipment. If you are a high school graduate who is mechanically inclined and seeking steady work with advancement opportunities in the future, this may be the position for you.
Apprentices will learn how to operate Tool Room machinery, use various measuring instruments, and perform mechanical repairs on production equipment.
Job duties will increase dependent upon successful completion of periodic performance evaluations, and four different career paths are then available after 18 months in the program based upon company needs.
If you wish to apply for a current open position listed here, use the links in the job listing above, send your resume to Human Resources by fax at (516) 922-6997 or mail your resume to Mill-Max Mfg. Corp., 190 Pine Hollow Rd., Oyster Bay, NY 11771