II-VI Marlow Careers

II-VI Marlow, a division of II-VI Incorporated, is the world leader in quality thermoelectric technology.
 
II-VI Marlow develops and manufactures thermoelectric modules and value-added systems for the aerospace, defense, medical, industrial, automotive, power generation and telecommunications markets. II-VI Marlow prides itself on providing standard or custom modules and sub-assemblies to meet our customers’ requirements.
 
Benefits
Health Insurance
Insurance is effective for employees and their dependents on the first of the month following hire. Marlow Industries pays 85% of the cost for coverage. Employees are responsible for 15% of the premium through payroll deductions.
 
Marlow Industries provides PPO plans and a HSA for health insurance.
 
Dental Insurance
Dental insurance is effective for employees and their dependents on the first of the month following hire. The employee pays 100% of the cost for coverage.
 
Vision Insurance
Vision insurance is effective for employees and their dependents on the first of the month following hire. The employee pays 100% of the cost for coverage.
 
Life Insurance
II-VI Marlow provides each employee with term life insurance in the amount of two time’s base annual earnings. Marlow bears the full cost of this coverage, which is effective on the first of the month following hire.  Employees may also choose to purchase voluntary term life insurance for themselves and their dependents. Cost of this insurance is based on age and is paid for by payroll deduction.
 
Short & Long Term Disability
II-VI Marlow provides each employee with both short and long-term disability coverage. II-VI Marlow bears the full cost of this coverage.
 
Short-term disability pays up to twelve weeks at 60% of earnings for non-exempt and 100% of earnings for exempt.
 
Long-term disability coverage provides coverage at 60% of base annual earnings for both exempt and non-exempt.
 
Worker’s Compensation Insurance
II-VI Marlow provides all employees with worker’s compensation coverage and bears the full cost of this insurance.
 
Cobra Insurance
II-VI Marlow provides all employees and their families the opportunity for temporary extension of health coverage at group rates in certain instances where coverage under the company’s group plan would otherwise end.
 
Tuition Assistance
Tuition assistance is available for all employees upon employment. Employees must be enrolled in an accredited university or vocational school taking courses, which could help further their career with the company. II-VI Marlow’ tuition assistance policy reimburses for tuition and fees based on UT-Dallas rates. Reimbursement is made for books up to $75 per course.
 
401K Plan
II-VI Marlow, a subsidiary of II-VI Incorporated, provides a 401(k) program where you can contribute pre-tax dollars into a savings account for retirement. After one year of employment, the 401(k) Matching Plan begins. The company matching contribution is 50% of your salary contribution percentage up to 8% of pay that you contribute into this plan through salary deferral. (Employee contributes 8% = 4% company match.) The 401(k) matching contribution follows a graduated vesting schedule, where after six years of employment, the employee is 100% vested. An employee is eligible immediately to contribute to the 401(k) plan.
 
Profit Sharing Retirement Plan (PSRP)
II-VI Marlow provides employees with a Profit Sharing Retirement Plan program. This program contributes money directly into the employees retirement account based on the profitability of the company at the sole discretion of the Company’s Board of Directors. The contribution percentage fluctuates based on the annual plan and company performance. Employees must be employed on the first and the last day of the Plan year to be eligible to participate. Vesting is based on years of continuous service where after six years the employee is 100% vested.
 
Bonus Incentive Plan
The company has a companywide bonus incentive plan after completion of 6 months of employment. The bonus program is linked directly to the profitability of the company and is paid quarterly. The bonus percentage fluctuates based on the annual plan and company performance.
 
Section 125 Flexible Benefit Plan
The flexible benefit plan provides a way to set aside money through payroll deduction to cover health care expenses not paid for by II-VI Marlow’ insurance plan. Dependent care expenses and dependent health insurance premiums may also be set aside through this plan. All monies set aside are done so on a pre-tax basis.
 
Holidays / Personal Time Off (PTO)
The company offers ten (10) paid holidays per year. We close the plant for a holiday break beginning December 25 through January 1. The workdays during that period will be paid as a combination of holiday and PTO.
 
New employees will be given PTO to be used during the current fiscal year contingent on their hire date. After five years of employment, employees earn 20 days per fiscal year and after fifteen years of employment, 25 days per year.
Technical Ladder
he success of II-VI Marlow has been supported by the innovative skills of our technical personnel – scientists, engineers and other technologists involved in the development of innovative products and the processes and facilities needed for their manufacture. This procedure is intended to formalize a career ladder for the technical personnel at II-VI Marlow, personnel whose primary job function is technically oriented. This “Technical Ladder” provides equal opportunity for personal recognition, salary, responsibility and ultimately, eligibility to corporate officership to those selected individuals who make continued and outstanding technical contributions to II-VI Marlow.
 
Designation of Levels and Eligibility
 
All members of the II-VI Marlow technical population are eligible for technical ladder designation. The II-VI Marlow technical population includes technicians, engineers, scientists, mathematicians and other technologists who are engaged in product research or development, manufacturing, project engineering, quality assurance or other technically sophisticated activities.
 
In ascending order of recognition, the levels in the II-VI Marlow Technical Ladder are:
 
  • Technician
  • Senior Technician
  • Engineering Associate
  • Engineering Associate
  • Engineer/Scientist
  • Certified Engineer/Scientist
  • Senior Engineer/Scientist
  • Member Technical Staff
  • Senior Member Technical Staff
  • Marlow Fellow
A brief summary of the definitions for certain roles are provided below. These definitions are intended to be used as guidelines only and not as strict, rigid criteria.  

Technician
A II-VI Marlow technician shall be capable of performing various technical tasks using basic engineering/electronics principles and techniques. Technicians shall typically have a technical Associate degree or equivalent industrial experience. Technicians shall be capable of solving moderately complex mechanical, electronic and/or process problems involved in the operation of products, processes or equipment. Work is typically performed under the supervision of a senior technician or engineer. Draftspersons are also included in this designation. 
 
Senior Technician
A senior technician shall provide a wide variety of technical support tasks using basic engineering/electronics principles and techniques to solve complex problems. Senior technicians shall have assisted in the design, development, construction and testing of developmental equipment and processes. This designation also includes mechanical designer draftsperson. In addition, the following selection guidelines shall apply:
 
  • Technical AA degree or equivalent industrial experience
  • 3-5 years applicable experience
  • Operates with limited supervision
  • Capable of summarizing and analyzing results from test
Engineering Associate
An engineering associate shall provide a wide variety of technical support and/or design tasks using basic engineering/electronics principles and techniques to solve complex problems. Engineering associates shall have played key roles in the design, development, construction and testing of developmental equipment or processes. In addition, the following selection guidelines shall apply:
 
  • Technical AA degree or equivalent industrial experience
  • 5+ years applicable experience
  • Demonstrated ability to plan, define and execute design tasks with limited supervision and direction
  • Commands a good understanding of II-VI Marlow standard practices and procedures
  • Commands a good understanding of thermoelectrics relative to their job function
Engineer/Scientist
A II-VI Marlow engineer/scientist shall have successfully completed an accredited four-year engineering/scientific curriculum or have equivalent engineering/scientific experience. In addition, the engineer/scientist must be functioning at II-VI Marlow in a position utilizing his/her core technical training. Work assignments shall require theoretical knowledge at the BS degree level, whether acquired through schooling or practical experience. Duties of the engineer/scientist are typically performed under supervision of a more experienced engineer/scientist. This is the entry-level engineer/scientist classification.
Scholarships / Practicum
II-VI Marlow offers a practicum for Dallas-area high school students. In the practicum program, students receive a paid internship, professional mentorship and $500 scholarship per year with for four years and totals $2,000.
 
Students will also satisfy the work requirement to apply for the II-VI Foundation Scholarship, an award of up to $ 5,000 per year for eligible freshmen applicants and upper class candidates are eligible for up to a $10,000 scholarship.
 
The Foundation is open to students of diverse background who plan to enter the fields of science, engineering, and mathematics at the undergraduate level. Students must maintain a 3.2 cumulative GPA (un-weighted for high school students) through college and complete 9 weeks or 360 hours of relevant work experience in an industrial setting. The maximum award for this scholarship is limited to four years and totals $35,000.
 
In coordination with school counselors, the practicum students prepare résumés and interview for available job openings. The selected students will work full-time during the summer of their junior year and part-time during their senior year under the supervision of a professional mentor.
 
With the practicum/scholarship program, II-VI Marlow seeks to proactively develop the next generation of science and engineering

II-VI Marlow

10451 Vista Park Rd
Dallas, Texas 75238
United States
T. 877 627 5691