We can make your future come together. At Bell Laboratories, we set the standards for innovation and quality products in the rodent control industry. If you're interested in becoming a part of our team, we have excellent opportunities in all phases of the business.
Bell Laboratories, Inc. offers a comprehensive benefits package with programs that are designed to fit the employee's individual needs.
Benefits at Bell:
- Health Insurance
- Voluntary Dental Insurance
- Flexible Spending Accounts
- Company-Paid Term Life Insurance
- Company-Paid Long Term Disability Insurance
- Voluntary Short-Term Disability Insurance
- Profit Sharing
- 401(k) Plan with Company Match
- Paid Time Off
- Uniforms (if applicable for position)
Different benefit plan packages are offered to employees in different employment classifications such as full-time or part-time positions. Our Human Resources staff can clarify this for you during the employment interview.
Download an employment application or pick one up at our office. Return application/resume to:
Bell Laboratories, Inc.
3699 Kinsman Blvd.
Madison, WI 53704
Email Human Resources
Current Available Openings:
Fixed Asset Manager
Establish and maintain a fixed assets subsidiary ledger. Identify fixed asset expenditures among accounts payable transactions. Calculate depreciation for all fixed assets. Track compilation of project costs, monitor completion of the project and initiate the start of depreciation for each asset put into service. Present management with monthly review of fixed asset expenditures, assets in progress and changes to the capital expenditure forecast. Maintain inventory list of fixed assets including asset location, asset identifier, tax exemption status and other essential information about the asset that meets IRS and management’s requirements for documentation. Train accounts payable personnel in proper identification and coding of fixed assets. Conduct periodic physical inventory counts of fixed assets. Establish a property, plant and equipment policy. Assist in the preparation of cash flow forecasts. Prepare and file property tax returns. Prepare insurance values for property plant equipment. Prepare asset apportionment documents for federal and state tax returns. Assist management during any audits by a government agency that involves fixed assets.
Perform and develop analytical methods under Good Laboratory Practice (GLP) guidelines in support of quality assurance of manufactured materials and new product R&D. Experience in both using and developing methods for HPLC and LC-MS instrumentation are required. Must be meticulous in keeping scientific notebook toward improving existing and creating new Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) as needed. Other desired attributes, can multi-task several projects with minimal supervision, strong communication with cross-functional departments (e.g. Customer Service, Quality Assurance) and good laboratory hygiene.
Respond to technical customer inquiries with scientifically supported information. Create and maintain a technical content database for internal (Technical Service, Sales, Marketing) usage. Create and maintain database for both current and historical regulatory data and correspondences with the EPA, ECHA, etc. Create and maintain up-to-date, technically-accurate content relating to company products and their usage within the market segments served. Investigate and compile primary scientific research articles relating to rodenticide product pharmacology, toxicology, and environmental impact. Serve as the Good Laboratory Practices Quality Assurance Unit, as defined by Title 40, Ch. 1, SubCh. E. Part 160 of the U.S. C.F.R. Provide written technical reports for internal, government or private entities as needed. Obtain primary, scientific research articles relating to Island Conservation efforts / maintain an internal technical information repository relating to Island Conservation efficacy studies, products and results. Provide high-quality work products, including technical writing, with minimal oversight. Monitor and reconcile discrepancies between internal production batch sheets and registered Confidential Statement of Formulas.
Material Handler II
Unload incoming freight. Verify shipment is ours; check packing slip with purchase order. Insure quantity and items orders ordered matches purchase order and pack list. Receive items into stock by doing a physical and visual check looking for damaged products and to verify quantity received. Prepare skid tags with skid count, part number, date received and receiver’s initials. Properly record receipts on incoming log and purchase order. Once received, place items in proper warehouse area. Notify supervisor immediately of damaged products. If only partially damaged, note quantity on driver’s bill and nature of damage. Also note damages and discrepancies on Bell receiving records. Only refuse product with authorization of purchasing or supervisor. Pictures must be taken of all damaged product. Pull from inventory raw materials and packaging needed for production area ensuring no machine downtime. Remove finished goods from production area and prepare for shipment to finished goods warehouse. Load and move product via company truck to other warehouses. Inspect product before loading truck. Coordinate movement of materials from Receiving warehouse to local staging area/production lines. Send excess packaging inventory back to receiving warehouse to be put back into inventory. Perform monthly inventories (last workday of month) Ensuring correct products and amounts. Material Handlers will be assigned specific areas of responsibility and accountability to maintain on a daily basis. Conduct cycle counts/location checks as assigned. Notify production shift supervisor and scheduler when available inventory will not completely support scheduled production.
Check all picked orders for accuracy of item, quantity and date/lot/batch coding in a timely manner.Ensure that all special documentation and tags are included with the shipment such as the active sheets, warning labels and product code stickers. Input quantities of all checked orders and discovered errors on the weekly report and distribute by email. Assist in the shipping process when possible. Ensure accuracy of sign-out sheets. When product is removed or added to inventory, accurately record the information in the sign-out log. Assist in the receiving of finished goods into stock by doing a physical and visual check looking for damaged products, correct product name, finished-goods part number, packaging, and quantity received. Assist in repacking damaged cartons when possible. Assist with the inventory process of finished goods warehouse (verify quantities and product codes), once monthly (last workday of month until finished) to maintain accurate product inventory levels. Continually gain thorough knowledge of all Bell and Motomco products, their related packaging, marking requirements and proper packaging procedures.
Perform Triangle/Matrix changeovers as required, including changing cups, tube, and bag lengths. Know daily production standards for the Triangles/Matrix and Tisma and work to meet or exceed these standards on a daily basis. Be able to set up and troubleshoot counting conveyors, jet printers, tape machines, and other auxiliary equipment used in the Triangle/Matrix/Tisma area.
Glue Line Operator
Produce product that meets production standards in terms of both quality and quantity. Ensure that all batch and lot numbers are properly signed out and placed on the product in the specified location(s). Properly complete all production paperwork with detailed explanations for downtime. Ensure production lines run from scheduled start to end of shift. Anticipate packaging and supply needs as far in advance as possible to eliminate downtime. Efficiently set-up/changeover glue lines for specified production runs.
Excellent attention to detail, manual dexterity, and ability to maintain speed in picking of parts is required. Basic Math skills are required. Flexibility, initiative and teamwork are required. Must be able to follow directions exactly, and be flexible in daily duties. Ability to lift up to 50 pounds and standing for 8 hours is required. Some manufacturing experience is preferred. The ideal candidate will be comfortable with routine work, have high standards of correctness and accuracy, and work best in an environment that offers positive direction and structure.
Formulate extruded products following blending and mixing instructions on batch sheets, ensuring accuracy of ingredients and meeting production targets. Ensure correct lot number, batch number, and dates are written on all batch and sign out sheets. Formulator initials and related information must be completed on all batch sheets and production paperwork.
Perform Auto Assembly Machine set-up and troubleshooting as required, and operate the production line in an efficient and productive manner. Anticipate packaging and product needs in advance to prevent downtime.Know daily production standards for the auto assembly machine and work to meet or exceed these standards on a daily basis.
Ensure that the highest quality, and the correct quantity of materials are shipped. Pull and prepare product as specified by customer orders. Operate forklift and electric pallet truck, in order to perform job duties. Load and unload company truck. Put product away and rotate stock as new items are received and shipped, ensuring efficient cycling of inventory. Conduct complete inventory of finished goods warehouse once per month (last workday of month until finished with count) to maintain accurate product inventory levels.
Last Updated: March 8th, 2017