Below is a listing of our current open positions across all of our facilities. Please check back often as we periodically post new positions.

Prescott, AZ
Occupational Health Nurse - (Show Details)

Position Summary:
As a key member of the Prescott Human Resource and Safety teams, the Occupational Nurse will provide injury evaluation and management with also healthcare advice and direction to all employees and work collaboratively with the leadership and operational teams to promote a healthy and safe work environment. The occupational health nurse works to help workers remain healthy and productive with a focus on employee protection from work-related and environmental hazards and prevention of illness and injury in the workplace. 

Essential Job Duties:
• Coordinate and provide all health services for all associates. Duties include periodic health screenings, education and training, nursing assessments of issues within the scope of practice.
• Acts as an advocate for all levels of staff by observing and teaching employees good work and health practices, housekeeping, hygiene, the use of personnel protective equipment and respirators. Assist with workplace assessments and evaluations as needed. Organize and Administer the Annual Health & Wellness Fair. Provides Crisis Intervention, counseling and referrals to appropriate services.
• Evaluate and treat certain illnesses/injuries with emphasis on early recognition and intervention, follow-up and monitor workers as they safely return to work. Provide Case Management for all work related injury/illnesses and Medical Leaves. Maintain records of all services rendered, provide or assist with physician referral when appropriate. Make independent decisions based on professional knowledge, judgment and scope of practice in emergency cases and provide emergency treatment of occupational injuries and illness as required.
• File Workers Compensation claims and facilitate claims administration. Perform an initial evaluation and treatment of Workers Compensation injuries, electronically filing the Workers Compensation claim and completing of any associated paperwork. In conjunction with the Workers Compensation insurer, make referrals to local treating clinics or specialists as needed. Maintaining individual files. Works with operations management with identifying, evaluating and implementing work accommodations and return to work options for associates with work restrictions. Communicate as needed with the Workers Compensation insurer and treating provider regularly.
• Conduct pre-placement, post-accident and random drug testing on site in accordance with the Corporate Substance Abuse Policy. Refer non-negative specimens for further testing and follow up as indicated. Communicate results of testing in a confidential manner.
• Coordinate the Emergency Responder program, providing initial and ongoing training and support to the responders and janitorial personnel on Blood-borne Pathogens, as required by the OSHA standards. Administer the Hepatitis B vaccine series to all responders and janitorial personnel who request this vaccine. Maintain written records of training as well as vaccine administration.
• Maintain associates’ administrative/medical records according to standards of confidentiality as required by OSHA, professional ethic codes, ADA, HIPAA, etc. Retains these records in accordance the Company Retention Policy.
• Maintains current awareness of applicable federal, state and local health, industrial hygiene and safety regulations. Be prepared to assist with any OSHA audits.
• Maintain the OSHA 300 log, and OSHA 300A at year end. Compile OSHA DART report monthly. Post the OSHA 300A in the plant as required by OSHA annually. Communicate OSHA and Workers’ Compensation statistics with appropriate individuals including plant management.
• Provide annual training in hearing conservation, blood borne pathogens, health effects of lead and lead monitoring, drug and alcohol effects and may assist EHS Manager with other plant health and safety education training programs to employees and first responders.
• Administers and directs all in house immunization programs such as Influenza and Hepatitis B.
• Maintain adequate amounts of Health Clinic supplies such as routine OTC meds and bandaging, for emergency use and ensure that all medical supplies & equipment are current, in good working order and calibrated, if indicated.
• Provides health education and promotion programs to address population health needs such as smoking cessation, exercise and fitness, proper lifting techniques, nutrition, weight control, hypertension and stress management.
• Other duties as assigned by supervisor.

Minimum Qualifications:
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be of high integrity and maintain confidentiality at all times.
• Graduate of an accredited school of nursing. Current unencumbered Registered Nurse Licensure within Arizona.
• A minimum of 3-5 years of experience as an RN is preferred and experience in Occupational Health nursing in a manufacturing environment is highly desirable. COHN preferred.
• Basic understanding of federal and state regulations applicable to occupational and environmental Health and Safety.
• Current BLS certification. ACLS and Basic Life Support Certification required within six months of hire.
• Basic computer proficiency and knowledge of Microsoft Office, including Word, Excel and Power-point is required.
• Ability to talk in front of large groups of people.

Physical Demands:
Lifting: Must be able to lift up to 40 pounds. Push/pull: Typically less than one pound. Job is performed sitting or standing. Frequent walking is required as visiting employees and work areas on the plant floor are regular aspects of the job duties. Twisting, rotating fingers, hands, wrists, forearms, elbows, biceps, knees, legs, ankles, hips, shoulders, neck, upper & lower back are required. Must be able to bend, stoop, and pivot. Functions of the job vary daily as do the range of nursing duties.

Work Environment:
May be exposed to fumes, airborne particles, and OPIM bodily fluids including blood. Will be exposed to loud noises, as loud as 85 dcB or higher while on the plant floor. Those areas are in a mandatory hearing conservation program as required by OSHA standards. Personal protective equipment that is required includes hearing protection (ear buds or ear muffs), safety glasses, and gloves (as needed). Shoes must be hard soles, with closed toes and heel.

Please email all resumes to:
Jeanie Groves at azrecruiting@ruger.com

EOE/AA/M/F/D/V

Manufacturing Process Engineer - (Show Details)

Summary:
Take the lead roll associated with manufacturing processes on specific models of automatic pistols. Key responsibilities are associated with safety, quality, environmental hazards, product performance, and the optimization of manufacturing process to reduce costs.

Essential Job Duties:
• Maintain protection of the environment and the health and safety of our employees, customers, and the communities in which we operate.
• Improve existing manufacturing process for the high volume production of steel and aluminum parts.
• Perform root cause analysis of failures in complex mechanical processes; develop and implement solutions.
• Apply scientific principles and analysis to improve product performance, first pass yield, and product reliability.
• Break down all costs related to pistol manufacturing: Develop and implement cost reductions.
• Organize and lead kaizen events and process improvements on a continuous basis. A hands on approach is a must.
• Work with engineers to develop new manufacturing processes; manage timelines associated with implementation of new processes.
• Specify part measurement methods using standard measurement tools, plate layout, custom gaging, and CMM equipment.
• Work with quality auditors, inspectors, CMM programmers, and engineers to control and improve product quality.
• Apply SPC Methods to CNC machining processes; develop spreadsheets to perform calculations and produce reports and charts.
• Create and maintain process documentation for new and existing manufacturing processes; train key personnel as written.
• Work with EH&S to meet safety, ergonomic and environmental goals; lead and maintain 5S activities.
• Develop preventative maintenance and operational procedures for equipment. Work with technicians to verify machine performance levels.
• Experience with Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing per ASME Y14.5-2009 preferred; Mastercam and G-Code experience a plus.

Skills/Qualifications:
To perform this job successfully, the employee will possess the following: Communication proficiency, organizational, presentation and problem solving/analysis skills. Experience in SolidWorks and Microsoft Office required. Must demonstrate technical capacity, thoroughness, and time management skills. Must be capable of working independently with little supervision.

Bachelor's Degree in Mechanical, or Manufacturing Engineering, BSE preferred. Hands on experience in CNC machining, CNC programming, and cutting tool application is a plus. Only applicants with 2 ½ years or more experience will be considered.

Other Skills:
• Self-Reliant
• Capability Studies
• Basic Simulation
• Setup and Runoff Complex Processes
• CAM
• Teamwork
• Communication Skills
• Leadership
• Advanced Lean
• Inspection Methods
• Tolerance and Stack Analysis
• Advanced Troubleshooting
• ECO
• Lean
• Eligible for Launch Team Membership and/or Eligible to Lead Launch Team
• Project Management
• Multitasking
• Business Knowledge

Only individuals who are legally authorized to work in the U.S. currently and in the future without sponsorship will be considered-no exceptions.

Please email all resumes to:
Jeanie Groves at azrecruiting@ruger.com

EOE/AA/M/F/D/V

CNC Operator - (Show Details)

Summary:
Produce machined parts by operating computer numerical control (CNC) machine and CMMs (coordinate measuring machine). Maintain quality and safety standards, keep records and maintain equipment and supplies.

Essential Job Duties:
• Load and unload parts to and from fixture. May be responsible for several CNC machines at once.
• Activate machine controls to operate machines or make changes in measurements.
• Observe and listen to machine operations to detect malfunctions, such as worn or damaged cutting tools, or unclamped parts.
• Change cutting tools and adjust electronic tool offsets to compensate for tool wear or variation.
• Measure work piece for conformance to process sheet specifications, using micrometers, calipers, gauges, etc.
• Notify set-up person of discrepancies. If discrepancy cannot be corrected, notify lead or supervisor.
• Is familiar with all the setups involved with the particular machine being operated.
• Clean work area, tools, and equipment at the end of the shift or the end of the particular operation being performed.
• Exercise proper time management skills to meet production goals for each operation, while producing parts that comply with prescribed quality standards.
• Participate in training as mandated by OSHA standards. Look for additional educational opportunities to improve job skills.
• Maintain safe operations by adhering to safety procedures and regulations.
• Other duties as assigned by the supervisor.

Minimum Qualifications:
To perform this job successfully, the employee will have the following skills: conceptual skills, good verbal communication, functional and technical skills, eye-hand coordination, attention to detail and sound judgment.

Education and/or Experience:
A minimum of six months experience and/or training in operation of power operated machinery and be familiar with the general safety requirements of such machinery; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Every applicant will be required to satisfactorily complete a written CNC qualification test.

Mathematical Skills:
Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers and decimals, compute rate, and ratio.

Reasoning Ability:
Must possess good mechanical reasoning abilities, apply common-sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form. The employee must be able to write/type, speak, hear, talk, read, and inspect in English.

Physical Demands:
Lifting: Must be able to lift up to 40 pounds. Push/pull: Typically less than one pound. Job is performed standing only. Twisting, rotating of fingers, hands, wrists, forearms, elbows, biceps, knees, legs, ankles, hips, shoulders, neck, upper & lower back are required. Must be able to bend, stoop, pivot and walk frequently. This position requires frequent exposure to vibration impact of the hand, arm and shoulder. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, and peripheral vision. Functions of the job are performed multiple times per minute, multiple times per hour and multiple times per shift. These actions occur typically at waist and shoulder level.

Work Environment:
While performing the duties of this job, the employee regularly works near moving mechanical parts and is regularly exposed to wet and/or humid conditions, fumes or airborne particles and is required to work with coolant and cutting oil. Is exposed to loud noises, as loud as 85 dcB or higher. Those areas are in a mandatory hearing conservation program as required by OSHA standards. Personal protective equipment that is required includes hearing protection (either ear buds or muffs), gloves that are specified for the line, and safety glasses. Shoes must be hard soles, with closed toe and heel.

Qualified candidates should send their resume to:
Jeanie Groves
Sturm, Ruger & Co., Inc.
200 Ruger Road
Prescott, AZ 86301

or via email at azrecruiting@ruger.com

EOE/AA/M/F/D/V

EHS Coordinator - (Show Details)

Summary:
The EHS Coordinator supports the Environmental, Health and Safety Department by supporting EHS improvement initiatives relating to environmental compliance, workplace safety, and associate health. This individual will be visible in the facility, and will assist, educate, and help Group Leaders and associates as they promote EHS as a core value.

Duties and Responsibilities:
The following primary duties and responsibilities apply to this position:
• Lead the site EHS programs to promote performance expectation for safe work practices.
• Manage the effective implementation of and compliance with all site EHS policies and procedures.
• Conduct hands-on training in all areas of EHS.
• Participate in monthly EHS audits of the facility and equipment.
• Develop new safety programs and procedures.
• Assist with PPE determination/evaluation for current and new processes.
• Assist the site to ensure the timely reporting and investigating of all safety incidents.
• Conduct trend analysis on incidents to determine gaps and to lead the efforts in preventing future incidents.
• Assist the site in recognizing and addressing environmental concerns.
• Assist the site in keeping in compliance with environmental permit requirements.
• Assist the site with managing and promoting associate wellness, through the Company's wellness program.
• Promote and raise the awareness levels of the site by ensuring people are trained and have a complete understanding in the JSA and Pre-Job Hazard Assessment processes.
• Provide assistance to operating departments as needed.
• Assist the EHS Manager in Program Management, Compliance, and training.
• Assist the site in maintaining compliance with all local, state, and federal, environmental, health and safety laws and regulations.
• Assist with or conduct environmental sampling and testing, as required under applicable permits.

Qualifications and Competencies for this position include:
• A Bachelor's Degree in Safety, Engineering, Environmental Science or closely related area.
• 3-5 years' experience preferred.
• Certified Safety Professional a plus.
• Technical expertise in OSHA General Manufacturing and Construction Industry Regulations.
• Thorough knowledge or experience in Hazard Recognition, Evaluation, and Control methods.
• Training or experience with environmental testing or sampling.
• Experience with reviewing and reporting environmental sampling results.
• Ability to identify wellness concerns and direct associates to appropriate resources.
• Ability to present a wide variety of training to a diverse audience.
• Requires good communication skills to interface effectively with associates, contractors and vendors.
• Extensive knowledge of Environmental regulations, American National Standards Institute and NFPA Standards.
• Strong organization and communication skills.
• Strong mechanical background a plus.
• Understanding of or experience with Lean manufacturing a plus.

Essential Job Requirement:
EHS work management and guide in the factory for more than 60% of the average work day. Individual will have a work station located on the factory floor. Individual is responsible for planning, developing, and implementing methods to improve EHS procedures during operating business hours. Plans and develops for 'Kaizen' structuring. Works on special projects as required, including monthly inspections, associate trainings, and inspections of equipment.

Physical Demands:
Lift 40lbs., push and pull > 100lbs.

Must be able to work evenings and weekends, if required.

Salary:
DOE. Pre-employment Background Check and Drug Screen required in accordance with state and federal laws.

Experience / Education:
Environmental, Health and Safety: 3 years (Required) / Bachelor's (Required)

Qualified candidates should send their resume to:
Jeanie Groves
Sturm, Ruger & Co., Inc.
200 Ruger Road
Prescott, AZ 86301

or via email at azrecruiting@ruger.com

EOE/AA/M/F/D/V

Enfield, CT
There are currently no positions available.
Southport, CT
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Mayodan, NC
CNC Service Technician - (Show Details)

Second Shift

The primary function of the CNC Service Technician is to support and maintain manufacturing and assembly processes to facilitate the flow of operations in the production of firearm components and firearms at our Mayodan, NC operation.

Duties and Responsibilities:
• Provide direct support to production team in a fast-paced environment through the measurement of parts and the adjustment of precision CNC machines.
• Maintain current manufacturing processes and standards, troubleshoot issues as they arise and drive to root cause, and identify improvement areas within the process.
• Work hand-in-hand with the manufacturing engineer to make changes and improvements to ensure the safety, quality, production, and cost goals are being met.
• Monitor tooling and conduct tooling tests with outside suppliers and manufacturing engineer.
• Perform quality audits using standard inspection equipment to ensure parts meet print specifications.



Qualifications:
• Candidates should have a minimum of 5 years machine shop experience.
• Understanding of component machining using CNC machining centers (mill and lathes) and component inspection using metrology equipment to control extremely tight tolerances (CMM, in-line gaging, surface plate, air gaging, etc.).
• Understanding of CNC programming for both milling and turning, G-Code and M-Code, machine tool setup and integration, tooling, macro-programming, fixture and gage design.
• Ability to read and interpret engineering drawings (experience with GD&T would be preferred).
• Strong problem solving and communication skills.
• Experience with Lean production systems.
• Works well in a team environment and has a servant leader mentality.



Qualified candidates should send their resume and cover letter, with compensation expectations, to:
Human Resource Manager, Attn: Monica Pittman
Sturm, Ruger & Co., Inc.
271 Cardwell Road
Mayodan, NC 27027

or via email to Monica Pittman at: mmpittman@ruger.com

CNC Machine Technician - (Show Details)

Second Shift

Our team needs a CNC Machine Technician that would be responsible for supporting and maintaining manufacturing and assembly processes to facilitate the flow of operations in the production of firearm components and firearms.

Duties and Responsibilities:
• Provide direct support to production team in a fast-paced environment through the measurement of parts and the adjustment of precision CNC machines.
• Maintain current manufacturing processes and standards, troubleshoot issues as they arise and drive to root cause, and identify improvement areas within the process.
• Work hand-in-hand with the manufacturing engineer to make changes and improvements to ensure the safety, quality, production, and cost goals are being met.
• Monitor tooling and conduct tooling tests with outside suppliers and manufacturing engineer.
• Perform quality audits using standard inspection equipment to ensure parts meet print specifications.


Qualifications:
• Candidates should have a minimum of 5 years machine shop experience.
• Understanding of component machining using CNC machining centers (mill and lathes) and component inspection using metrology equipment to control extremely tight tolerances (CMM, in-line gaging, surface plate, air gaging, etc.).
• Understanding of CNC programming for both milling and turning, G-Code and M-Code, machine tool setup and integration, tooling, macro-programming, fixture and gage design.
• Ability to read and interpret engineering drawings (experience with GD&T would be preferred).
• Strong problem solving and communication skills.
• Experience with Lean production systems.
• Works well in a team environment and has a servant leader mentality.




Qualified candidates should send their resume and cover letter, with compensation expectations, to:
Human Resource Manager, Attn: Kelly DiMaria
Sturm, Ruger & Co., Inc.
271 Cardwell Road
Mayodan, NC 27027

or via email to Kelly DiMaria at: kdimaria@ruger.com

Newport, NH
Cell Team Production Associate - (Show Details)

Position Summary:
Sturm, Ruger & Co. is hiring directly for full-time Cell Team Production Associates. Candidates should be dependable, able to work in a team environment, and driven towards results. Additionally you must be 18+ years of age, able to pass a drug screen and background screen.


Duties and Responsibilities:
Operate CNC equipment, Product Assembly, Packaging & Shipping, Sanding, Polishing, and Foundry operations.


Shifts:
First, Second, and Weekend shifts available


Compensation:
$12 - $20 / hour (based on experience)


Total Rewards Package:
• Quarterly Profit Sharing Bonuses
• 401K - 9% company contribution (5% supplemental + 4% company match)
• Competitive Medical Benefits
• 120 Hours PTO
• Tuition Reimbursement
• Wellness Program
• Must be 18+ years of age and be able to pass a drug screen and security screen
• Shift Differential - $1.00/hr Second shift & $1.50/hr weekend shift


Qualified candidates should send their resume to:
Recruitment@Ruger.com

EOE/AA/M/F/D/V

Toolmaker - (Show Details)

Description of Job:
Construct, maintain and inspect highly intricate tools, dies, fixtures and gauges to extremely close tolerances. Devise special setups and jigs necessary to complete the work assigned. Perform difficult developmental work, make tool try-outs and diagnose and correct tooling problems. Assist other Tool Makers in the performance of their duties. Assist supervisor in the training of apprentices. Work with little or no assistance. Set up and independently operate, to a high degree of accuracy and efficiency, the following machines: Bridgeport Mill, jig boring, lathes, surface grinders, I.D./O.D. grinders, hand tools, drill presses, saws and inspection equipment. Must demonstrate a professional approach to work through work habits and the efficient and orderly storage of materials and tools; keeping work area "clutter" to a minimum. Must understand and adhere to safety rules. Perform various other duties as assigned.


Special Qualifications Desired:
Must be able to read and understand blueprints, and be proficient in proofreading them for mistakes and potential construction, operation or maintenance problems. Must have a thorough working knowledge of trigonometry and shop math. Must have a thorough knowledge of materials used in the Tool Room and be able to specify the selection of steel and heat treatment for a given application. Must be very proficient in the care and preventative maintenance of all measuring, gauging, set up tools, machines and machine accessories in use by the Tool Room. Must be familiar with building, repairing and troubleshooting fixtures, gauges and general tooling required for production. CNC experience is a plus.


Qualified candidates should send their resume to:

HR Director
Sturm, Ruger & Company, Inc.
411 Sunapee Street
Newport, NH 03782
or via email to Recruitment@Ruger.com

EOE/AA/M/F/D/V

Earth City, MO
There are currently no positions available.