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Milwaukee Valve Company was established in Wisconsin in 1901, starting out as a small manufacturer of plumbing and heating valves. Because of our long history, our experience in a broad range of services, and finally our people, many of who have been with the company for 25 years or more, we have developed a unique blend of capabilities unmatched in our industryOur engineers are supported by state-of-the-art computer tools.We translate our 3D designs directly to tool paths both on our shop floor and in our pattern shop, which supports our in-house foundry operation, as well as to our engineering and contracting customers.Our factory operations are supported by our continual reinvestment in equipment and machine tools, which enables us to maintaintight control on our part manufacturing. This translates to more predictable and successful performance of the final products once they’re installed. A significant portion of our business is with the US Navy. Because of our long standing position as an important supplier to the Navy, they have trusted us with several key high tech development programs for the newest generations ships and aircraft carriers now being made.All of our factory operations are certified to the International Standards Organization (ISO) 9001 standard for design and manufacturing control. We support our customers in their Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) endeavors, and internally we maintain the highest level of safety and environmental compliance to the latest ISO 14001 standard, in all our factory operations.

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1st Shift Journeyman Electrician
Category: Manufacturing
Summary: The Licensed Journeyman will be responsible to install and maintain electrical power, lighting, control systems for the Foundry, Machine Shop and Assembly operations. The Licensed Journeyman Electrician must also be willing to train & oversee other maintenance personnel performing electrical work. Must be able to read and comprehend all types of blueprints, technical diagrams, and ...read more
Contact: Kayla Ebert
Phone:6086431652
Fax:(608) 643-1684
1st Shift Tool & Die Maker
Category: Manufacturing
Summary: The Tool & Die Maker(I) will be responsible for the set-up and operation of all types of manual and all CNC machines including the Wire EDM. Also must perform all tool grinding and sharpening that may be required of them. Must be able to read and comprehend all types of blueprints and documents. The Tool & Die Maker(I) will perform all of the operations involved in the making of ...read more
Contact: Kayla Ebert
Phone:6086431652
Fax:(608) 643-1684
2nd Shift Machine Shop Supervisor
Category: Machinist
Summary: Under the direction of the Machine Shop Superintendent, the Machine Shop Supervisor is responsible for directing employees in their daily work requirements, assessing work load and demands, organizes and assigns work load to meet demands, ensures that production schedules are met, assists employees in improving their performance, knowledge and skills, helps ensure the quality of product ...read more
Contact: Kayla Ebert
Phone:6086431652
Fax:(608) 643-1684
1st Shift Marine & Govt. Software Coordinator
Category: Manufacturing
Summary- The Marine/Government Software Coordinator is responsible for providing administrative and other clerical services in an effective and efficient manner per the direction the QA Director, Manager or Supervisor. The Marine/Government Software Coordinator is to provide support to the QA Department for both commercial and marine aspects of the business. Essential Duties and ...read more
Contact: Kayla Ebert
Phone:(608) 643-1652
Fax:(608) 643-1684
1st and 2nd Shift Grinder/Punch Press Trainee
Category: Manufacturing
Summary The Grinder Punch Press Trainee is responsible for rough grinding of castings. Grind gates, fins, part lines, pockets and castings on a stationary stand grinder or bench grinding stations as required. Trim castings on a trim press. Grind as per instructions from supervisor. Also, maintain quality specified by supervisor. Essential Duties and Responsibilities to which competency will be ...read more
Contact: Kayla Ebert
Phone:6086431652
Fax:(608) 643-1684
1st Shift CNC Operator Setup III
Category: Machinist
Summary: The CNC Setup III will perform independent operation of various CNC machines to include but not limited to 2, 3, 4, and 5 axis machines, will maintain machine operations, perform independent tool changes and set-up without assistance of various CNC machines, will also have the ability to cycle through proven and unproven programs to obtain first article without assistance on multiple ...read more
Contact: Kayla Ebert
Phone:6086431652
Fax:(608) 643-1684
2nd Shift CNC Operator
Category: Machinist
Summary: The CNC Operator I is responsible for operation of various CNC machines where setup has been completed and maintaining machine operation. Must have the ability to read and comprehend basic blueprint dimensioning. Operator will perform inspection of machined parts by the use of micrometers, calipers, fixed gauges and other various measuring instruments. Training others of these skills ...read more
Contact: Kayla Ebert
Phone:6086431652
Fax:(608) 643-1684
2nd Shift Junior Assembler Trainee
Category: Manufacturing
Summary Set up and operate assembly machines to produce various size and types of valves, using tools and fixtures. Occasional material handling and stocking of components at machine being operated.Essential Duties and Responsibilities to which competency will be measured include the following. 1. Operation of hand or bench type power tools. 2. Operation of air and hydro testers. 3. Set up ...read more
Contact: Kayla Ebert
Phone:6086431652
Fax:(608) 643-1684
2nd Shift CNC Setup/Operator
Category: Machinist
Summary: The CNC Set-Up person is responsible for independent operation of various CNC machines, maintaining machine operations, independent tool changes. Individual will perform set-ups and cycle through proven programs to obtain first article with little assistance. Training to achieve independent set up of primary assigned machine(s). Must demonstrate the ability to read and comprehend, work ...read more
Contact: Kayla Ebert
Phone:(608) 643-1652
Fax:(608) 643-1684
Truck Driver I
Category: Transportation and Warehousing
Summary: Driver’s primary duty is to safely transport material between the Prairie du Sac and New Berlin locations in a timely fashion. Due to the nature of our business, materials also need to be transported to and from various business partners. A normal route consists of 250 miles per day, but has the possibility of up to 400 miles with multiple stops. Qualifications:Must be at least 18 ...read more
Contact: Kayla Ebert
Phone:(608) 643-1652
Fax:(608) 643-1684