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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: 

Inventory Financial Analyst

Identify, understand and document variances between actual and expected cost of sales (purchase price variances, material usage, labor efficiencies, etc.). Analyze margins, aggregating from SKU level up to various reporting levels. Contribute to the development of expected material & labor usage and expanded cost factors. Present various reports, results and analysis to management. Assist cost manager in ad-hoc cost analysis, costing of new parts, and annual standard setting. Determine the value of the company’s EOM position in inventory and produce supporting journal entries, accruals, scrap reporting and samples reporting. Verify the accuracy of end-of-month (EOM) inventory counts provided by production by reviewing purchasing and manufacturing activities.  Initiate recounts and procedural changes as needed.  This requires spending time on the manufacturing floor.

Extruder Operator

Review batch sheet before formulating to ensure it is correct for the product to be produced and all ingredients are in inventory in adequate quantities. Conduct daily line meetings with Packers prior to the start of each shift to review product spec sheet and expectations. Perform Tool Board checks at the beginning of the shift. Make sure the 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. Follow exact blending and mixing instructions.  Ingredients must be added in the order they appear on the batch sheet. Formulate batches to be completed within the specified time frames.  The same individual will start and finish the formulation of a batch. Ensure quality products are being produced by monitoring weights, seals, batch numbers, print clarity, etc.

Third Shift
Sunday-Thursday
11pm–7am

Biology Intern 

At the direction of biology lab supervision, mix experimental product formulations and determine product performance utilizing established testing methods. Ensure the accurate collection of data using established data collection and reporting mechanisms. Such methods may include data entry utilizing computer programs and databases. Collect data in product performance and toxicology studies in strict conformity to established GLP regulations. Perform non-GLP testing and quality assurance mini-testing to ensure compliance with established Quality Control standards as required. Generate and interpret batch sheets and formulate accurately.

Materials Handler

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. Manage “hot list.” 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. Continually gain thorough knowledge of all Bell products, their related packaging, marking requirements and proper packaging procedures.

First Shift 
Monday-Friday 
7am–3pm

Biologist I

At the direction of biology lab supervision, mix experimental product formulations and determine product performance utilizing established testing methods. Ensure the accurate collection of data using established data collection and reporting mechanisms. Such methods may include data entry utilizing computer programs and databases. Collect data in product performance and toxicology studies in strict conformity to established GLP regulations. Perform non-GLP testing and quality assurance mini-testing to ensure compliance with established Quality Control standards as required. Generate and interpret batch sheets and formulate accurately. Ensure animal population levels and laboratory supplies remain at sufficient levels to ensure timely testing conduct based upon requirements established by the Biology Laboratory Supervisor.

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.

Second Shift
3pm–11pm

Third Shift
11pm–7am

Glue Formulator

Review batch sheet(s) before formulating to ensure they are for the 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 before asking a supervisor to sign off. Follow exact formulation 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 a batch sample and any required tests are conducted. Attempt to troubleshoot equipment/process problems as they arise.  Advise supervisor of major problems or process concerns.

First Shift 
Monday-Friday 
7am–3pm

Shipper I

Pull orders. Follow all special instruction on picking ticket. Prepare small package orders using the UOS/FedEx and BACICS systems. Must maintain a minimum of 99% accuracy. Complete all information on domestic picking tickets. Print correct BOL and Pallet tags and ensure all information is accurate/correct. Load trucks. Ensure driver signs for pieces on acceptance of freight. Operate forklift and electric pallet truck. Do performance checks daily. Ensure accuracy of sign-out sheets. 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.

Second Shift
Monday-Friday
2pm–10pm

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. Ensure quality products are being produced by monitoring the production process from start to finish.  Perform quality checks as required. Assist the production supervisor by acting as a team leader, coordinate the work of the Packer on the operator’s assigned line, and assist with training on the line.

Third Shift
Sunday-Thursday
11pm–7am

Glue Line Operator

Ensure rotation occurs on a regular basis to reduce fatigue and the possibility of injury. 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. Troubleshoot machines to solve mechanical problems in regards to fill and product quality standards.  If problems cannot be quickly resolved, advise supervisor. 

First Shift 
Monday-Friday 
7am–3pm

Second Shift
Monday-Friday
3pm–11pm

Third Shift
Sunday-Thursday
11pm–7am

Mill Operator

Review batch sheet(s) before mixing to ensure they are for the correct product to be made and all ingredients are available and staged by the appropriate mill/blender. Ensure correct batch number and date are written on all batch sheets and sign out sheets.  Formulator initials and batch details must be completed on all batch sheets and production paperwork. Follow exact blending and mixing instructions, ingredients must be added in the order they appear on the batch sheet. After adding raw materials, bags must be re-counted and verified by a qualified person (another formulator, trainer, supervisor, or quality control). Monitor batch during specified blending time. Ensure mill and hoppers are free of contamination and die/rollers are correct and adjusted properly for the product to be produced.

Third Shift
Sunday-Thursday
11pm–7am

Last Updated: July 25, 2018