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careers production shippingWe 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
Phone: 608-241-0202
Email Human Resources


Current Available Openings:

Central European and Middle Eastern Regional Manager

The Central European and Middle Eastern Territory Manager will be respon­sible for increasing distribution of Bell Laboratories rodent control products throughout the professional pest control and animal agriculture markets by supporting a network of distributors and by promoting the product to users through technical support, training, and communication with distributors. Minimum 2-3 years successful and relevant commercial/technical sales experience. International background preferred. Based in Italy. 

UK-ROI- Sub-Saharan Africa Area Manager

Increase market share of Bell Laboratories rodent control products throughout the professional, agricultural and retail pest control markets in the UK, Ireland and the Sub-Saharan African countries by working with a network of distributors, promoting the product range to pest control companies, local authorities and other end users, as well as investigating and developing Bell market share in the related area. Minimum 2 - 3 years successful and relevant commercial/technical sales experience. International background preferred. Based in UK. 

Mechanical Engineer

Mechanical engineer will work to design and develop new processes and process equipment, improve existing products and processes, work on facility improvement projects and design and develop new products. Bachelors of Science in Engineering preferred, Mechanical Engineering a plus. Five to ten years of experience in manufacturing environment preferred.

Cost Accounting Manager

The Cost Accounting Manager contributes by ensuring the accuracy of all product costing information and following up on manufacturing/count variances as needed. In addition, the incumbent is responsible for reporting monthly COGS and completing the annual inventory revaluation in a timely manner. Bachelor's degree required, in accounting or finance preferred. Minimum 5 years of professional private company manufacturing experience with cost accounting responsibilities.

Tax Manager

The Tax Manager contributes by ensuring the company is in compliance with all international, federal, state, & local tax laws, thereby eliminating penalties & interest. Also, identify tax savings opportunities and assist with the development of corporate tax strategy. Bachelors degree required. Masters degree with emphasis in tax desired. Minimum 5 years of professional experience including federal and state for-profit tax compliance and fixed asset responsibilities.

Scotts Business Analyst

The Scotts Business Analyst functions as the financial leader of the retail division of Bell Laboratories. The incumbent will have responsibility for managing plant level costs of retail products manufactured for SMG, the costing/pricing strategy, contract compliance and will manage the ongoing financial transactions between the two companies. A percentage of the incumbent’s time will also be spent on financial analysis of other Bell divisions. Bachelor's degree required, in accounting or finance preferred. Minimum 3-5 years at a private product manufacturing company with experience in financial or cost accounting.

Packaging Assistant

Prepare proofing packets for Packaging Specialists and Packaging Supervisor. Print on-demand requests for Production using the latest artwork. Create one-color vector art from low-res JPG logos for use with new and existing private label customer approval templates using Illustrator. Use vector logos to render mock-ups using Photoshop. Review all proofs carefully and check for accuracy. Package artwork for Packaging Specialists and Packaging Supervisor and send to print vendors via email or file sharing apps. Prepare, send and confirm receipt of files for EPA-regulated submission and specimen labels requests while working closely with the current needs of the Registration Department and Product Managers. Edit artwork projects following standard or pre-set formats/layouts if available using Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop and InDesign for PC. Follow projects through all phases of production including tracking down files for all members of the Packaging Design Team. 

Monday-Friday 
8am–5pm

Accounts Payable Clerk

Perform accounts payable functions including verifying purchase orders & receiving records to invoices, coding/entry/scanning/filing invoices, and completing the check run every other week. Ensure all documentation meets requirements. Follow up with individuals from appropriate departments as needed (i.e. maintenance, laboratory, engineering, etc.). Resolve disputes/discrepancies with vendors. New vendor approval & setup. Annual 1099 preparation & filing. Maintain paper/electronic records for GST recovery of expenses in Australia & Canada. Review & consider expenses during the first two weeks of every month for accrual. Likely work through an accounting system (including accounts payable) implementation in the next 1-2 years. Maintain confidentiality pertaining to duties. Perform overtime as needed and other duties as required.

Monday-Friday 
8am–5pm

Receiving Coordinator

Update and maintain the packaging inventory report daily to ensure accuracy of the report as well as adequate inventory levels. Directs or performs inventory cycle counts on packaging supplies.  Report any discrepancies to appropriate personnel. Notify Scheduling when inventory levels of any item appear low or are questionable in accuracy. Track errors for the receiving department and report those to Shipping/Receiving Manager. Verify and correct previous day receipts and notify Shipping/Receiving Manager of any discrepancies.

Monday-Friday 
7am–3pm

Biology Researcher

Conduct high quality animal behavior studies within internal laboratory and external field environments in conformity with current GLP guidelines. Work with Program and Project Leaders to design and execute high-value experiments. Ensure accurate and timely data recording into an electronic laboratory notebook (ELN). Improve existing and create new Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) as needed. Generate batch sheets and formulate test batches of rodent diets. Perform animal husbandry and animal room sanitation / maintenance as required. Work on weekend and holiday rotation with colleagues as needed. Have a basic understanding of statistics and data treatment. Be responsive to other duties as assigned.

Engineering Technician

Perform process and set-up operations for injection molders and related production equipment. Repair as needed. Advise supervisor of any major issues. Perform mechanical and electrical troubleshooting of all manufacturing and related production equipment.  Repair as needed.  Advise supervisor of major issues. Perform all building, grounds and structural maintenance activities as required. Perform welding, plumbing, hydraulics, and electrical activities as required. Assist in the development of production aids.  Offer ideas and suggestions for improving production operations. 

First Shift
Friday-Monday
6am–4pm

Third Shift
Monday-Friday
11pm–7am

Packer

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.

First Shift
7am–3pm

Second Shift
3pm–11pm

Third Shift
11pm–7am

Material Handler I

Remove finished goods from production area and prepare for shipment to finished goods warehouse. Prepare packaging material skid tags with skid count, part number, date and receiver’s initials. Locate packaging materials where appropriate. Assist with production changeovers by pulling unnecessary packaging, counting, wrapping and tagging, and staging for Receivers to put away. Ensure unused products are removed from the production floor. Pull any recyclables from the production lines and locate in the recycling bins. Assist with monthly inventories ensuring correct products and amounts. Conduct cycle counts/location checks as assigned. Assist in the Receiving department as necessary.

Third Shift
Sunday–Thursday
11pm–7am

Shipper I

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.

Second Shift
Monday-Friday 
2pm–10pm

Groundskeeper

Utilize Groundskeeper checklist to perform outdoor ground maintenance on a regular, scheduled basis to include: keep outside trash emptied from receptacles, pick-up all trash from parking lot and grounds, bait and replace bait stations when needed, mow, weed eat, blow leaves, fix fences, paint, water, pull weeds, plant flowers , snow removal and any other assigned duties. Maintain grounds keeping equipment. Assist maintenance, production and shipping departments with general tasks such as changing light bulbs, cleaning and all other duties as assigned by supervisor.

Second Shift
Monday-Friday 
 

Mill Operator

Formulate, blend, pelletize, and fill/pack specific products following blending, mixing and packing instructions on batch/spec sheets ensuring accuracy of ingredients. Follow exact blending and mixing instructions - ingredients must be added in the order they appear on the batch sheet. Monitor and maintain the pellet mill during the production process (including greasing rollers every hour). Maintain familiarity with the training manual for all areas of mill operation. 

First Shift
Monday-Friday 
7am–3pm

Thermoforming Operator

Efficient, accurate set-up and safe operation of Thermoformers, parts stacker, punches, plastic granding, and related production equipment. Troubleshoot machines to solve mechanical problems in regards to form, trim, and product quality standards. Monitor the product and employees on the line and direct co-workers.

First Shift
Monday-Friday 
7am–3pm

Second Shift
Monday-Friday 
3pm–11pm

Third Shift
Sunday–Thursday
11pm–7am

Matrix Operator

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.

Second Shift
Monday-Friday 
3pm–11pm

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.

Third Shift
Sunday-Thursday
11pm–7am

Extruder Operator

Formulate extruded products following blending and mixing instructions on batch sheets ensuring accuracy of ingredients and meeting production targets. Includes directing production employees for optimal productivity. 

First Shift
Monday - Friday

Mole Bait Formulator

Be familiar with and follow safety rules and procedures including safety wear, lockout/tagout and emergency procedures. Ensure rotation occurs on a regular basis to reduce fatigue and the possibility of injury. Review batch sheets before mixing to insure they are for correct product and all ingredients are in inventory. Ensure correct batch number and date are written on all batch sheets.  Formulator initials and related information must be completed on all batch sheets. Follow exact blending and mixing instructions.  Ingredients must be added in the order as they appear on the batch sheet. Formulations must be completed within the specified time frames. Ensure any special batch samples and any required tests are conducted. Maintain and thoroughly clean equipment.  If problems arise during run, troubleshoot and resolve if possible.  Advise supervisor of major problems. Monitor all cartons, display bags and other packaging items for sharp print and secure seals. Ensure that all batch and other numbers are properly signed out and placed on all bags and cartons. Properly complete all production paperwork with explanations of downtime. 

Third Shift
Sunday-Thursday
11pm–7am

Auto-Assembly Operator

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.

Second Shift
Sunday-Thursday
3pm–11pm

Second Shift
Monday-Friday
3pm–11pm 

Last Updated: August 15, 2017