Mission Bell Manufacturing
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Mission Bell Manufacturing Careers and Employment

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  • Founded
  • Company size
    51 to 200
  • Revenue
    $5M to $25M (USD)
  • Link
    Mission Bell Manufacturing website
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CAD Engineer in Morgan Hill, CA
on October 27, 2021
Mission Bell has good pay and goes out of it'd way to support remote workers even in the era of Covid. There seems to be a disconnect between the specific need ls of Mission Bell and the larger vision of USAM working as one family of companies. Overall it's a good place to be, but I feel Mission Bell could operate at a higher level without as much influence from USAM.
CAM Assistant, Engineering Team in Morgan Hill, CA
on January 8, 2020
People here are really nice to each other. There are many activities every month. Everyone work hard and very knowledgeable. Feel free to ask any question to anyone.
Current employee in Morgan Hill, CA
on January 4, 2019
Great place to work! I have worked here for a while and love this place. The company culture is great and they value their employees. Anyone lucky enough to work here would love it!
Project Coordinator in Morgan Hill, CA
on August 22, 2018
Started as small family owned millwork shop and has grown tremendously. The Mission Bell team is great to work with! They work hard to make sure they are providing a quality product.
HR Specialist/General Accountant in Morgan Hill, CA
on June 1, 2018
My workload was heavy, but I enjoyed being part of the Mission Bell organization. I was privileged and proud to be a part of this company. The management really cares for their employees and supports them in every way possible. I learned so much while working there. My manager, the CEO and Controller, taught me much about accounting and proper procedures.. For awhile, we had "brown bag" lunches with training in Excel. There were always new things to learn from him. The workplace culture was that our job was serious business, yet we had fun together. We always had holiday celebrations together with the owners sponsoring lunches or giving holiday gifts and annual bonuses to all. We had great benefits until the economic crash of 2007. The company paid 100% of our medical benefits; and several times when the company showed a good profit, they increased their share in matching our 401k contributions. One year it was increased to 40%. The hardest part of my job was the workload, but my manager and coworkers were fun to work with, so I didn't mind. The most enjoyable part of the job was the culture of the company, the generosity of the owners, and the great relationships I built. I made some good friends, some of which I still have to this day.

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What experience do you have in the Millwork industry? What kind of work have you done in the past? Are you familiar with Microvellum software?

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